Free Press Journal
  • Adarsh scam: Govt defends order to prosecute Ashok Chavan

    Mumbai: Justifying Maharashtra governor’s order granting sanction to prosecute Congress MP Ashok Chavan in the multi-crore Adarsh society scam, the BJP government in the state today told the Bombay High Court that the step was neither politically motivated nor illegal.

  • Damon, Kimmel make funa of United Airlines

    Popular TV host Jimmy Kimmel along with actor Matt Damon made fun of United Airlines debacle with a parody on TV show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”. Damon provided the voice-over in the parody.  Kimmel said United Airlines has been trying to stay out of the spotlight this week, “but they started running a new commercial this week and I think they might have to get rid of their celebrity spokesman…” And then Damon turned up

  • Vin-Vin situation

    Vin Diesel, and his children, Vincent Sinclair (left) and Hania Riley Sinclair (right) at the world premiere of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” in Los Angeles. Vin Diesel stars in voice of the eight foot talk alien tree, Groot, who has limited vocabulary.

  • Sofia Vergara is the voice of flamenco dancer emoji

    Actress Sofia Vergara will be voicing the ‘flamenco dancer’ emoji in upcoming “The Emoji Movie”.Vergara shared an update about her new project on Instagram, reports people.com.”Excited to be flamenco dancer in Emoji Movie,” the “Modern Family” star captioned a photograph of herself posing beside the animated character.Her character is a take on the familiar dancing woman in the red dress emoji.

  • I’m still an outsider in Hollywood, says Chris Pratt

    Chris Pratt is the lead in two of the biggest Hollywood franchises – JurassicWorld” and “Guardians of the Galaxy” – and is one of its highest-earning stars, but the American actor still considers himself an outsider in Hollywood. The actor believes, “Hollywood tends to homogenise its men and women,” and that is why entering showbiz with an outsider’s perspective worked in his favour.
    “I definitely felt like an outsider (when he started working in the

  • Will Smith is now a genie…for a movie

    Actor Will Smith is in early talks to play the Genie in Disney’s live-action ‘Aladdin’ movie. As Genie, the 48-year-old star would follow in the footsteps of Robin Williams, whose performance in the original 1992 animated film helped propel it to box office success and critical acclaim, reported Entertainment Weekly.”Sherlock Holmes” director Guy Ritchie is helming the new Aladdin movie, working from a script by John August.The project comes amid a wave

  • Vacation time for Kinshuk Mahajan & Shivya Pathania

    Everyone deserves a break, especially when you have long working hours. But what is even better is spending time with the people who matter the most. Actors Kinshuk and Shivya who were busy with their show ‘Ek Rishta Sanjidhari Ka’ are making a quick trip to Delhi, where they have a common set of friends. Now that the show is over, the couple doesn’t have to worry about shoots and schedules.
    Speaking about it, Kinshuk

  • Guunjan Manaktala wishes to be part of ‘Ghulaam’

    Actress Guunjan Manaktala, whose husband and actor Vikkas Manaktala is currently seen in “Ghulaam”, hopes to be a part of the popular TV show. Vikkas plays Veer in “Ghulaam”. “I have always trusted Vikkas’s choice of work as he is selective and takes a while to say ‘yes’ to a project,” Guunjan said.
    “When he told me the storyline of ‘Ghulaam’, I was impressed for sure, however now when I watch it in motion, I

  • It’s non-stop party for Mohit Suri

    Filmmaker Mohit Suri, who has given hits like Ek Villain, Aashiqui 2, Kalyug, Raaz, is ready to venture in the music world, by collaborating with Dr Zeus. Suri, who’s movies have always been more renowned for the songs and music, is unveiled a new single titled “Party Non-Stop”. The track, sung by “Kangna” hitmaker Dr Zeus, also features Jasmine Sandlas (of Kick’s Yaar Na Mila fame) and rapper Ikka (of High Heels fame). The music

  • Tiger Shroff, Rajkummar Rao set for a Box Office clash

    Tiger Shroff and Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer “Munna Michael” is slated to clash with Rajkummar Rao’s “Bareilly Ki Barfi” at the box office on July 21 this year. “Munna Michael” is the story of Munna (Tiger), a boy who loves dancing and grows up idolising legendary dancer Michael Jackson. He (Munna) is given an opportunity by a person (Nawazuddin) to take part in a dance competition, a press release issued by the makers

  • Rahman’s special silver jubilee celebration

    Double Oscar-winning music composer AR Rahman has revealed that he will perform at the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Weekend, to be hosted in New York this July. “It’s special IIFA New York for me. Celebrating 25 years. Come join me at IIFA Festival,” Rahman tweeted.

  • Deepika Padukone on Shoojit Sircar’s wish list

    While majority of the ace directors feel like casting Deepika Padukone in their movies, there is one filmmaker who wishes to surround all his stories around the Mastani of Bollywood. Shoojit Sircar described the dimpled beauty as one of his favourites and said, “Whenever my writers and I talk, we always think, ‘what can we do with Deepika’ because I’m so fond of her.”
    While recounting his experience of working with the 31-year-old

  • Malad sisters

    Mumbai: Siblings go on protest walk at Marine Drive to save them from parents

    We are not prostitutes, we are not drug addicts. #Save us from our parents
    Hon. Bombay HC, we are victims and we need justice #Save us from our parents” read the placards held by siblings that were on a protest walk from Bombay High Court to Marine Drive on Wednesday.

  • Barkha Singh quits Congress post, blames Rahul Gandhi and Ajay Maken

    New Delhi: In a setback to the Delhi Congress ahead of the civic polls here, Barkha Singh on Thursday quit as chief of the women’s wing. She also hit out at Vice President Rahul Gandhi and the party’s Delhi unit chief Ajay Maken.

  • KRK

    KRK decides to troll Mohanlal, faces wrath of Malayalis

    Don’t angry Malayalis! Well, it may sound a bit filmy. But we all are aware of the wrath as well as the wit of Malayalis on social media. From Narendra Modi (for comparison between Kerala and Somalia) to United States President Donald Trump (for criticising Fidel Castro), everyone has tasted it. A recent name to be updated in the list is KRK, yes! no one’s favourite Kamaal R Khan.