Free Press Journal
  • ‘Jab Harry Met Sejal’ registers massive slump on Raksha Bandhan

    Collections of the new Shah Rukh Khan starrer Jab Harry Met Sejal were down by nearly 55 percent on Day 4 with just Rs. 7.15 cr coming in on Raksha Bandhan. Shah Rukh Khan has reasons to feel anxious. All his recent films including the big Republic Day release Raees have underperformed at the box office.

  • Cheteshwar Pujara achieves career-high third spot in ICC Test Rankings

    Dubai: Cheteshwar Pujara, India’s batting mainstay in Test cricket, has surged to a career-high third position in the ICC Rankings after scoring back to back centuries against Sri Lanka in the ongoing three-match series.

  • Mumbai: K. C. College’s B4 department all set for biennial fest Joule

    Joule is the scientific unit of energy. It is also the name of K. C. College’s B4 department’s cherished biennial fest which will take place this year on the 12th, 13th and 14th of August. Every year, the students of the BAF, BBI, BFM and BMS departments of K.C. College try to do something completely original to raise the standard of college fests across the country, and Joule 4.0 – The APP’ocalypse

  • ‘Simran’ Poster: Kangana Ranaut looks elegant in red dress

    Beautiful actress Kangana Ranaut starrer upcoming film Simran’s poster has been released. In this new poster, queen Kangana is looking elegant and royal. Her dazzling smile, expressive eyes, beautiful face and red dress showcases the ‘WOW’ image of an actress. Directed by Hansal Mehta, Simran’s new poster has been shared by renowned trade analyst, Taran Adarsh on his Twitter handle.

  • Varun Dhawan all excited for ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’

    New Delhi: The whole nation is waiting for the release of Akshay Kumar’s upcoming movie ‘Toilet Ek Prem Katha;’ even Bollywood can’t keep its excitement down for the movie.

  • Maharashtra Board drops Mughal, Western history from class VII and IX syllabus

    Mumbai: Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education no longer thinks that the history of Mughals and Western countries is relevant for class VII and IX students. The revised textbooks of History of class VII and IX now will have lessons on Maratha warrior king Shivaji and Indian politics post 1960. Members of the committee say the changes are not a “political decision” but an elaborate process involving subject experts and teachers.

  • Jennifer Lawrence blamed for Pratt-Faris split

    Los Angeles: Actress Jennifer Lawrence has been blamed on social media for actor Chris Pratt’s split from actress Anna Faris after eight years of marriage.

  • 159 brothers gift toilets to sisters on Raksha Bandhan in Amethi

    Lucknow: While Raksha Bandhan was celebrated with traditional fervor across the country on Monday, there was a special touch in Amethi town of Uttar Pradesh where 159 brothers gifted their sisters toilets as a gift.

  • Lok Sabha adjourns for the day as Congress protests attack on Rahul Gandhi

    New Delhi: The Lok Sabha was adjourned for the day today without undertaking any serious business as Congress members staged a noisy protest over the attack on Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat last week as the government questioned his foreign visits without any security cover.

  • Interesting! Sunny Leone turns producer; launches Suncity Media And Entertainment

    After Anushka Sharma and Priyanka Chopra, it’s the turn of Sunny Leone to turn producer. The actress along with her hubby Daniel Weber, has ventured into production with Suncity Media And Entertainment. The newly-launched production house shot for a television commercial featuring Sunny Leone, for an app-based company.

  • Not scared of dancing on screen, says Rajkummar Rao

    Mumbai: He may have been mostly associated with off-beat indie cinema but actor Rajkummar Rao said he would love to be seen in a typical Bollywood film that involves dance and music.

  • Mumbai shocker: Dead body found in ground in Sakinaka

    On Sunday, rising from the dead literally became a live scene at Sakinaka, Andheri East. Late on Sunday evening, a dead body popped out from the ground leading to panic amongst people. Police have filed a case of murder, and the body is yet to be identified.

  • Mumbai: Nurses come up with own version of ‘Sonu’ song to encourage breastfeeding

    Mumbai: In a rather surprising turn of events, nurses from Jerbai Wadia Hospital in Parel have come up with their own version of much publicised ‘Sonu’ song (Sonu Tuza Mazyavar Bharosa Nahi Kay) to promote breastfeeding among new mothers. The initiative is a part of the World Breastfeeding Week that wrapped up on Monday, August 7 to encourage mothers to breastfeed.

  • Scoop! Munni Malaika Arora excited to dance with Chulbul Salman in ‘Dabangg 3’

    Salman Khan and Arbaaz Khan are currently working on the script of the most famous franchise of Dabangg, Dabangg 3. The previous two parts had starred Salman, Arbaaz and Sonakshi. However, the center of attraction of the film was hot Malaika Arora’s sizzling dance numbers like Munni Badnaam and Pandey Ji Seethi.

  • Woman’s skeleton found in Mumbai home: Son alleges missing complaint ignored by Oshiwara cops

    US techie Ruturaj Sahani, who found his 63-year-old mother dead in Oshiwara in Mumbai on Sunday alleged that his missing complaint was ignored by the Oshiwara police last year. Ruturaj said that last year on October 24, 2016, he had filed an online complaint with the Oshiwara police station after his mother, Asha Sahani didn’t respond to his calls. He said that he had even received a confirmation of the registration of