Free Press Journal
  • Ganesh Chaturthi 2017: First look of Lalbaugcha Raja

    Ganesh Chaturthi is one of a major Hindu festival which is celebration to mark the birth of Lord Ganesha. Ganesh Chaurthi also known as Vinayak Chaturthi will begin from August 25. The auspicious festival begins from mid-August or mid-September and arrives on the fourth day Bhadarva Shukla-Paksh according to the Hindu calendar.

  • PM Modi assures Centre’s support to EPS-OPS-led Tamil Nadu Govt

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Monday, congratulated O Panneerselvam, who was sworn in as the Deputy Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu under the merged All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) government, and assured all possible support from the Centre. New Delhi , August 21 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Monday, congratulated O Panneerselvam, who was sworn in as the Deputy Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu under the merged All

  • Denzel Washington returns to Broadway

    Denzel Washington will make a comeback to Broadway next year to feature in the revival of “Iceman’s Cometh”. The 62-year-old actor will star in the drama, which will be directed by George C Wolfe, reported Variety. The story is set in a down-market New York bar and follows the conversations of the patrons that have nowhere to go. Washington’s last Broadway appearance was in “A Raisin in the Sun” in 2014.

  • Kate Beckinsale shares intense relationship with daughter Lily

    Kate Beckinsale says she shares an “intense” relationship with her 18-year-old daughter Lily. Beckinsale, who has Lily with former partner Michael Sheen, has had to work hard to give the teenager her own space because they rely so much on each other, but the actress says she is just as close to her own mother, reports dailymail.co.uk.

  • Blade Runner 2049 not hero’s journey in any way: Ryan Gosling

    Los Angeles: Actor Ryan Gosling said his upcoming movie “Blade Runner 20149” is in no way a story that glorifies the protagonist. The 36-year-old actor, who plays a new Blade Runner called Officer K in the sequel to the 1982 cult movie, said the line dividing the good and the evil had blurred years ago when he saw the original film, reported Entertainment Weekly.

  • Daughter, sister are Dolly Sohi’s lifeline

    Dolly Sohi, who is currently seen as actor Paras Kalnawat’s mother in TV show “Meri Durga”, says she is very close to her daughter and her sister, and can’t think of her life without them. “My sister and my daughter are the ones who are my lifeline. I can’t think of a life without them. They are the only people who give me a lot of energy and freshness to keep focusing

  • Anurag Kashyap: House of Cards changed my concept of a TV series

    Mumbai: Anurag Kashyap is venturing into the digital space with Netflix’s “Sacred Games” and the director said his perspective about the platform changed when he started watching Kevin Spacey-Robin Wright starrer “House of Cards”. “House of Cards” is a political drama that also premieres on the streaming giant.

  • There are talented stars other than the Khans, says Aamir Khan

    Mumbai: Aamir Khan said it is unfair to only take the names of the Khans when talking about stardom as there are other actors, who are popular and doing extremely well in Bollywood. The 52-year-old actor cited the example of Akshay Kymar, whose latest film “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” has set the cash registers ringing.

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    Kabir Khan says superstars don’t look at box office collections

    Mumbai: Director Kabir Khan says superstars like Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan don’t bother about how much money each other’s films have made at the box office. Kabir’s last directorial venture “Tubelight” reportedly did a business of Rs 119 crore and the director says people in Bollywood are not bothered about numbers and it is all created by the media.

  • Vishal Bhardwaj renders a beautiful melody for Sniff!!!

    Diving into an explored genre, Eros International’s Trinity Pictures, is all set to release Sniff!!!, a kids’ adventure film, about an eight-year-old Sikh boy, who acquires a heightened sense of smell and turns a spy.

  • AIADMK merger: OPS sworn in as Tamil Nadu deputy CM; to hold finance portfolio

    Chennai: Former Tamil Nadu chief minister O Panneerslevam was today sworn-in as deputy to current incumbent K Palaniswami, hours after the merger of the two AIADMK factions. At a simple ceremony at the Raj Bhavan, Governor Ch Vidyasagar Rao administered the oath of office and secrecy to Panneerselvam.

  • Dena Bank cuts savings rate by 0.5% on deposits up to Rs 25Lakh

    New Delhi: Public sector Dena Bank today cut interest rate on savings account deposits up to Rs 25 lakh by 0.5 percent to 3.50 percent. Those having deposits over Rs 25 lakh in their savings bank accounts will continue to get the existing interest of 4 percent.

  • Indian Hotels plans to raise up to Rs 1,500 crore via rights issue

    New Delhi: Tata Group hospitality arm Indian Hotels Company today said its board has approved raising up to Rs 1,500 crore through a rights issue. Funds are being raised to “meet the company’s long-term financing needs for capital expenditure, growth plans and debt repayment”, Indian Hotels Company Ltd (IHCL) said in a filing to the BSE.

  • SBI offers upto 100% waiver on processing fee on car, personal loans

    Mumbai: With the onset of the festive season, the largest lender State Bank today announced processing fee waiver of up to 100 percent on car loans, gold loans and personal loans for a limited period. The offer is in addition to the existing waiver on processing fee on takeover of home loans, the bank said in a statement.

  • China blames Indian troops for Pangong Lake incident in Ladakh

    Beijing: China today blamed Indian soldiers for “violent action” against its troops during a standoff at Pangong Lake in Ladakh on August 15 leading to scuffles and stone pelting, and has lodged a protest with India. Indian border guards had foiled an attempt by the Chinese soldiers to enter Indian territory in Ladakh, resulting in stone pelting that caused minor injuries to troops on both the sides.