Free Press Journal
  • Dwayne Johnson’s fan moment

    Wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson said, his actor friend, Tom Hanks is a role model for him. The 45-year-old actor took to Instagram where he posted a picture with the “Bridge of Spies” star and wrote that he respects him for his work ethic and kindness. Hanks had appeared on the episode of “Saturday Night Live” to support Johnson, who had hosted the show for the record fifth time. “I want to say thank

  • Charlize Theron loves exercising

    Actress Charlize Theron says she has a set fitness regime and follows it to stay fit. The 41-year-old actress says she undergoes two 90- minute power yoga sessions and attends spin classes “three to four times” every week to stay in shape, reported Red magazine. “I work out three to four times a week. I love anything outdoorsy,” says Theron.

  • Irrfan Khan pitches to Kangana Ranaut

    Actor Irrfan Khan says he hopes Kangana Ranaut casts him in her directorial project “Teju”. Irrfan and Kangana were once to star in a film titled “Divine Lovers” but there was buzz that she declined the role saying she is interested only in solo leads. After that, Irrfan had remarked how Kangana had gone out of reach. Later they buried the hatchet.

  • Sushant’s ‘boyfriend’ look

    He has been under the scanner for starry attitude but Sushant Singh Rajput has been focusing all his attention to his fitness. The actor joins the shirtless brigade in the song “Main Tera Boyfriend” from his upcoming movie Raabta.

  • There were limited choices when I started out: Riteish Deshmukh

    Riteish Deshmukh’s comedy-heavy resume is a proof that he is the go-to-man for the genre in Bollywood. The actor says comedies happened to him because there were not many other options when he began his career though he now enjoys being a part of such projects. Riteish has attempted all possible genres within the realm of light entertainers – be it adult comedies like the “Masti” and “Kya Kool Hai Hum” franchises,

  • Stereotypes still exist, says Priyanka Chopra

    Actress Priyanka Chopra says “huge stereotypes” still exist in the west about the Indian film industry and it will take more Indian actorsin mainstream parts to gradually break such long-held notions. “There are huge stereotypes about India, about Hindi films. There is a lot more awareness now that Hindi movies are such a big industry but the stereotypes still exist,” Priyanka said.

  • No one from my family could influence FIPB, says P Chidambaram

    New Delhi: Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram today said it was “preposterous” to suggest that any member of his family could influence six secretaries of the central government who were part of the FIPB.

  • PM Modi to arrive in Germany at start of four-nation Europe tour

    Berlin: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will arrive in Berlin today at the start of his six-day tour of Germany, Spain, Russia and France aimed at boosting bilateral economic engagement with these nations and inviting more investment for India’s transformation.

  • Those behind calf slaughter have no place in party, says Congress

    Thiruvananthapuram/New Delhi: The Congress today distanced itself from the public slaughter of a calf in Kerala allegedly by Youth Congress workers, saying those behind the incident have no place in the party and have been suspended.

  • Sachin: A Billion Dreams – 5 counts on which the film is a letdown

    ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’ is a nicely made docu-drama, which takes efforts to encapsulates the life of the legendary cricketer in two hours, which is an achievement in itself. And, of course, there is a lot to like about the film. But, it still left too much to imagination, which is not surprising, as it often happens in India. No matter how famous they are, celebs in our country often tend to take the safe

  • Former Bengal women’s cricket coach Tapan Banerjee no more

    Kolkata: Former Bengal women’s cricket coach Tapan Banerjee passed away this morning after a prolonged illness, Cricket Association of Bengal said. He was 73. He is survived by his wife and two daughters.

  • Shweta Tiwari, Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth have a deadly connection

    Celebrity death hoaxes are not uncommon. The act of spreading rumours about the demise of popular figures goes way back. And the most recent one is popular TV actress Shweta Tiwari who rose to fame with Ekta Kapoor’s ‘Kasauti Zindagi Kay’.

  • Following Sachin biopic release, Vinod Kambli shares charming flashback picture

    With Sachin Tendulkar’s biopic, ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’ releasing in theatres last week, it has allowed many of his teammates from then and the current Indian team members to take a brief look at the life of the living legend. Many cricketers have applauded the movie and what it brings out in open. Another name brought out an emotional angle with Tendulkar and it is possibly one of the earliest names associated

  • Tejas Express vandalised

    Tejas Express row: After damaging windows, passengers steal earphones, do we really deserve better?

    Just within a week after its debut, Tejas Express has seen a lot. No, we are not talking in terms of distance but about the vandalism it faced. And the latest to add to the list it stolen ear phones. As many as 337 earphones worth Rs 200 each were stolen in just four trips by the passengers from the Mumbai-Goa Tejas Express. Unfortunately, on the fifth trip, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism