Free Press Journal
  • In video: You guys are the coolest, honoured to be here- Justin Bieber

    Mumbai: The crowd turned into a choir as pop sensation Justin Bieber kick-started his maiden India concert with his chart topping number “Mark My Words” from his latest album “Purpose”. Dressed casually in white t-shirt and black shorts, the 23-year-old Canadian singer made a stunning entry to the stage.

  • Kapil Mishra sits on protest fast, gets slapped

    New Delhi: Sacked Water Minister Kapil Mishra’s “satyagraha” fast to protest corruption in his former Aam Aadmi Party was on Wednesday marked by high drama as he was slapped by a man at his house. Mishra alleged he has been receiving “death threats from international numbers”.

  • Bieber mania grips Bollywood celebs, star kids

    Mumbai: The countdown has begun for Justin Bieber’s maiden Indian concert and for Bollywood stars the event is a family day out as most of the celebrities have turned up for the gig with their kids. Celebs such as Sridevi, Boney Kapoor, Shweta Bachchan Nanda, Malaika Arora, Arbaaz Khan, Raveena Tandon and Arjun Rampal were spotted at the venue with their children.

  • Katy Perry urges women to unit

    Singer Katy Perry says women need to come together to make the world a better place. The 32-year-old musician says she would like to see all women unite and put their differences aside in aid of helping the society, reported Entertainment Tonight. “Honestly, when women come together and they decide to unite, this world is going to be a better place. Period end of story,” Perry says. The singer, who is currently

  • When Gosling made Ford jealous

    Hollywood superstar Harrison Ford says he was jealous upon seeing his “Blade Runner 2049” co-star Ryan Gosling working with a naked woman on the films set.He was glad that it turned out to be a holographic projection. Ford recounted the story during a question and answer session as they unveiled a new trailer of the film, reports dailymail.co.uk.

  • The stage is set for Gulki Joshi

    After her controversial exit from Piya Rangrezz, actress Gulki Joshi is all set to make a comeback with theatre. Titled Agnipankh, and originally written in 1960 by P L Mayekar, Gulki plays the role of Sunita, a well-educated and a progressive girl who doesn’t believe in old ritualistic behaviour. She is ambitious and yet grounded.

  • Vishal Karwal is small screen’s new Lord Vishnu

    Television actor Vishal Karwal, best known for his portrayal of Lord Krishna in “Dwarkadheesh – Bhagwaan Shree Krishn” and “Nagarjun – Ek Yoddha”, has been roped in to essay Lord Vishnu in upcoming TV show “Paramavatar Shri Krishna”.

  • Mera Naam Joker

    In one frame: Filmmaker Shekhar Kapur has shared an old photograph with Hollywood star and friend Heath Ledger, whom he directed in his 2002 film “The Four Feathers”. The director took to Twitter where he posted a picture with Ledger and the film’s director of photography Bob Richardson, along with him on the sets of the action drama in Morocco. “#HeathLedger and me, with the amazing Bob Richardson DOP on sets in

  • No red tape for Rajkummar Rao

    In recent years, shooting a film in India has become extremely difficult due to the red tape from government channel that have become unavoidable. Moreover, shooting on railway tracks is a complete no-no, as the government had stopped giving permission for film shoots on the tracks. But, it seems that they have made an exception for Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana. The members of Lucknow railway station head gave them a special permission to shoot

  • Both men, women are bad at recognising faces

    Washington: Refuting the basic theory that women are better at recognising faces than men, a new study found no difference between men and women in their ability to recognize faces and categorize facial expressions. The findings have been published in the journal eNeuro.

  • Vishnu-Narada

    Narada’s curse that made Vishnu lose his love Lakshmi

    Narada Muni, the messenger of gods, is popular for gossiping and spicing up facts and that later became the root of several controversies. Though he is always depicted as wise and mischievous, in reality he was intelligent and possessed powerful memory. He was Lord Vishnu’s close companion and they both would travel through mountains and oceans with the help of aircraft Garuda. Among the many facts we all aware of the fact that Narada

  • Space travel may reduce astronauts’ exercise capacity

    Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) or those on long duration space flights, such as journeys to Mars or deep space are likely to have a 30 and 50 per cent decline in exercise capacity because of a decrease in the way oxygen moves through the body, say researchers. The findings showed that astronauts’ heart and small blood vessels are not as effective at transporting oxygen to the working muscle during

  • Kishwer, Suyyash Rai slams Anusha Dandekar for making fun of friend’s accent

    VJ Anusha Dandekar has been making headlines recently. And no, this has nothing to do with her professional life. Anusha unwittingly picked a fight with TV star Kishwer Merchantt when she recently posted an Instagram story making fun of the actress’ friends.