Free Press Journal
  • Neha Dhupia meets with accident in Chandigarh. But, that’s not what shocked her

    Neha Dhupia met with an accident in Chandigarh while promoting season 2 of her show ‘No Filter Neha’. The tragedy happened when Neha was on her way to Chandigarh airport to catch Mumbai flight, reported The accident was big and traffic came to a halt and Neha was stalled for about half an hour. But, fortunately neither Neha nor her team members got any serious injuries.

  • ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’ opens Indian Film Festival of Melbourne

    Mumbai: Alankrita Srivastava’s “Lipstick Under My Burkha” kick-started the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) 2017 that aims to highlight the diversity in Indian cinema. “It was indeed a great pleasure to host the Australian premiere of ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’. The audience was thrilled to have seen a film that has literally redefined the way women oriented content has been shaping up in India for the past few years,” said Mitu

  • I’m on detox from blowing cars this time: Rohit on ‘Golmaal 4’

    Hyderabad: Rohit Shetty’s name conjures up the image of expensive cars blowing up mid air but the director said he has tried to stay away from his signature style in “Golmaal Again”. The 43-year-old filmmaker said he was tired of the media and reviewers’ for bashing his films for “just having many car sequences”.

  • Video of little girl dressed as Mithali Raj is super cute. Indian captain also thinks so

    With the Independence Day just a few days away, India is gearing up to celebrate 70 years of the historic day. Just four days leading up to the D-Day, schools and colleges across the country organise play, fancy dress events around the patriotic theme. It is a simple way to imbibe our younger generation about India’s struggle for freedom.

  • Mahira Khan: Felt like being punched in stomach with ‘Raees’

    Karachi: Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, who made her Bollywood debut with Indian superstar Shah Rukh Khan-starrer “Raees” this year, has said she felt like “being punched in the stomach” when she saw the movie. Mahira spoke at length about her failures in life during a lecture at a university here on Thursday, reported Dawn.

  • Government has not written off any corporate loans: FM Arun Jaitley

    New Delhi: The government has not written off even a single rupee of corporate loan, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told the Lok Sabha on Friday. The Minister was responding to a supplementary question by Congress member Deepender Singh Hooda, who said the government had written off around Rs 59,000 crore of corporate loans.

  • 34 companies in PoK banned from cross LoC trade

    Srinagar: A total of 34 companies in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) have been banned from carrying out any trade activity on Srinagar-Muzaffarabad road, officials said.

  • Will always respond with dignity, love: Irfan Pathan tells trollers

    New Delhi: Indian pacer Irfan Pathan has often been on the radar of trolls on social media. Be it for posting a photograph with wife Safa Baig or celebrating Rakshabandhan, the Baroda cricketer has received backlash from various sections of the society. However, Pathan, one of India’s finest all-rounders, believes there’s no point responding to the ‘so-called haters’ as there’s no appeasing them all.

  • 6.2-magnitude earthquake hits Philippines

    Manila: An earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale jolted the island of Luzon in the Philippines on Friday although no casualties were reported, officials said. The quake struck at 1.28 p.m., 2.5 km to the northeast of Putol, some 73 km to the south of Manila, at a depth of 168 km, reports Efe news.

  • Both rich & poor fought for India’s freedom: Ghulam Nabi Azad

    New Delhi: Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad today virtually countered Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying the contributions of not only the poor, but even well-off persons like Motilal Nehru who gave up their riches for the freedom struggle, cannot be forgotten.

  • Lok Sabha adjourned sine die

    New Delhi: The monsoon session of the Lok Sabha was adjourned sine die by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Friday. Mahajan said the House in 19 sittings, beginning from July 17, worked for 71 hours. While around 30 hours were wasted due to disruptions and adjournments, the House also sat for around 10 hours 36 minutes extra to complete its business, the Speaker said.

  • Independence Day 2017: Devoleena, Shubhangi, Yuvika recalls their learned freedom slogan!

    On the occasion of Independence Day is nearby telly celebs recall the motivational, inspirational and revolutionary quotes said by the famous personalities and legends. Independence Day of India is celebrated on 15th August every year. They remember their school Competitions for which they use to learn the slogan said by freedom fighters.

  • India vs Sri Lanka: Kohli & Co aim to make history in Pallekele Test

    Kandy: Virat Kohli and his men stand on the cusp of history, aiming to become the first Indian team to complete a whitewash in an overseas three-Test series when they meet a below-par Sri Lanka in the third and final match, starting here tomorrow.

  • Caste reference edited out of ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’

    Just a few days before its release Toilet – Ek Prem Katha is embroiled in a caste controversy. A character in the film was heard saying, “I am a Brahmin. But I eat eggs.”

  • Sidharth Malhotra raps new age R&B song

    Mumbai: Actor Sidharth Malhotra has made his debut as a rapper in “Bandook meri Laila”, a “new age R&B song” from his forthcoming film “A Gentleman”. The song is sung by Ash King with Raftaar rapping along with Sidharth.

  • I love Sachin Tendulkar: Bappi Lahiri

    New Delhi: Sachin Tendulkar in his much-loved film “Sachin: A Billion Dreams” said that every time he was under stress he would listen to Bappi Lahiri’s song “Yaad aa raha hai”. The singer says he’s as much a fan of the cricket star.

  • Salman Khan birthday

    Salman Khan to return Rs. 35 crore to distributors for losses from ‘Tubelight’

    New Delhi: When Salman Khan united with Kabir Khan for ‘Tubelight,’ the hopes were really high. But, that could not be as ‘Tubelight’ was declared flop at the box-office and distributors had to bear huge losses for the film. Recently, it was reported that the actor promised the distributors to pay the losses. And it seems like he is all set to keep his promise.