Free Press Journal
  • Facing criticism over Saharanpur clashes, Adityanath vows to establish law and order

    Varanasi: Unperturbed by the Opposition’s criticism over Saharanpur clashes, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Friday said that maintenance of law and order has been the priority of his government and assured that they would work for the same in the coming days.

  • Singapore Film Festival At The NCPA

    An emotive multi-lingual anthology by seven illustrious filmmakers and a political film are the stellar attractions of the latest edition of the Singapore Film Festival hosted by the Singapore Consulate-General in Mumbai at the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) on May 31 and June 1, 2017.

  • 26 Coptic Christians in Egypt killed as gunmen attack bus

    Cairo: At least 26 people, mostly children, were killed and 25 others injured today when heavily-armed gunmen wearing army fatigues opened indiscriminate fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians in central Egypt, the second major attack on the community in nearly two months.

  • Watch In video: Mamu Salman fight with bhanja Ahil is pretty cute

    Salman khan loves children, and he has always showed his love to children by giving them surprise or by fulfilling there wish.In a video released by Salman on his Facebook account is very adorable. We can see Mama-bhanja playing, Ahil is punching Salman and Sohail Khan is holding in his arms.The fight between the two looks very cute.This is not the first time Salman has posted a video with Ahil , there

  • Blake Lively to star in ‘The Husband’s Secret’

    Hollywood actress Blake Lively is set to star in and executive produce “The Husband’s Secret”, an adaptation of the novel by “Big Little Lies” author Liane Moriarty. In the CBS project, the “Gossip Girl” alum will portray Cecilia Fitzpatrick, a busy wife and mother whose perfect life is threatened when she uncovers a secret her husband has been hiding for years.

  • Acting not a career, but an opportunity for Bardem

    He hails from a family of actors in Spain and Javier Bardem, who decided to carry forward the legacy by taking up the same profession, says he looks at acting as an opportunity. Bardem’s rich filmography boasts of collaborations with celebrated directors like Pedro Almodovar, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Woody Allen.

  • Vivek Oberoi is a quick learner

    Vivek Oberoi, who is gearing up for his maiden Tamil film “Vivegam”, doesn’t see language as a barrier when it comes to movies as he picks it up quickly and easily. “I am shooting for my first Tamil film, it’s called ‘Vivegam’ with Ajith Kumar, who’s a superstar in the South. It’s a huge Rs. 120 crore film which we have shot all over Europe,” Vivek said.

  • If my films don’t do well, I won’t get work: Saqib Saleem

    Mumbai: Actor Saqib Saleem says he has to be cautious while choosing the his films as he is not an industry insider and will not get a second chance to prove himself. Saqib’s father Saleem Qureshi is a restaurateur, and runs a chain of restaurants called Saleem’s in Delhi. His sister Huma Qureshi is a Bollywood actress. The actor says he is not bothered by people questioning him for doing less number