Free Press Journal
  • Bareilly Ki Barfi

    Junglee Pictures offers an interesting lineup!

    After treating the audience with 2017’s sleeper hit Bareilly ki Barfi, Junglee Pictures has an interesting line up of films – RAAZI & JUNGLEE which are scheduled to release in the coming year.

  • Phillauri girl Mehreen’s signs Four big films

    We all loved the cute bubbly girl Anu played by Mehreen Pirzada in “Phillauri”. Mehreen Pirzada who made her debut with Anushka Sharma’s production, “Phillauri” is all set for her next ventures on the silver screens.

  • Warrants against seven over Gorakhpur deaths

    Lucknow: Non-bailable warrants (NBW) were on Friday issued by a court in Gorakhpur against Kafeel Khan and six others in connection with the death of over 60 children at the local BRD Medical College last month, police said.

  • When Ileana D’Cruz scared Ajay Devgn

    Actress Ileana D’Cruz says she got extremely emotional and was “crying like a baby” on the last day of “Baadshaho”, leaving her co-star Ajay Devgn scared. “I had put up a bunch of pictures of the last day (over social media) because I was incredibly emotional. I think I scared the hell out of Ajay because I was crying so much. And they were just like, ‘What’s wrong with you?’ I was

  • Will be fabulous to see Alia, Sidharth in Aashiqui 3: Shraddha Kapoor

    Shraddha Kapoor is glad that her contemporary Alia Bhatt has been roped in for “Aashiqui 3”. Shraddha, who was a part of “Aashiqui 2”, believes the “Badrinath Ki Dulhania” star and Sidharth Malhotra will be “fabulous” together in the third installment of the film franchise.

  • You can never predict a film’s business: Aamir Khan

    Bollywood star Aamir Khan, whose “Dangal” went on to create box office records, is next coming up with “Secret Superstar”, a high on content film made on a lean budget. He says the secret of success lies in making what you believe in – on a smart budget.

  • Myanmar death toll surges to 400 as 30,000 Rohingya flee to Bangladesh

    Cox’s Bazar (Bangladesh): Around 400 people – most of them Rohingya Muslims – have died in communal violence searing through Myanmar’s Rakhine state, the army chief’s office said today, with tens of thousands forced to flee across the border into Bangladesh.

  • Bombay HC stays noise rules amendment, restores prior position

    Mumbai: The Bombay High Court today ordered an interim stay on the enforcement of Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) rules, amended by Centre recently, which resulted in eliminating 1,573 notified ‘silence zones’ in Mumbai ahead of the festival season.

  • My colour is definitely not saffron: Kamal Haasan

    Thiruvananthapuram: Amidst indications of his political plunge, Tamil actor Kamal Haasan today met Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan here and discussed the political situation in neigbouring Tamil Nadu.

  • RSS, BJP don’t have right to represent Hindus: Congress

    New Delhi: The Congress party on Friday said the RSS does not have the “character and courage” to admit that they are the “parent political party” of the BJP and stressed that they do not have the right to represent the Hindus.

  • Siddaramaiah inducts 3 ministers to fill vacant slots  

    Bengaluru: Ahead of the Assembly polls in  Karnataka early next year, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah today  inducted three new faces into his council of ministers to fill the vacant slots.

  • Madonna inspired Liam Gallagher to become a musician

    Liam Gallagher said had it not been for pop icon Madonna, he would have never entered the music industry. Recalling a childhood anecdote, the 44-year-old singer said he was blown away the first time he heard Madonna’s “Like A Virgin”, reported Female First. “I was always into football and I was never really into music. But then I got into some trouble at school, this geezer whacked me with this hammer and split

  • It’s ‘Destination Wedding’ for Reeves, Ryder

    Actors Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder are once again set to team up, for a romantic-comedy “Destination Wedding”. The pair will be seen in the role of two sceptical wedding guests who inevitably fall for one another, reported Variety. The film will be directed by Victor Levin from his own script. It marks the third collaboration between Reeves, 52, and Ryder, 45, who previously starred together in the 1992 romantic horror “Dracula”

  • Harry Styles releases live video for ‘Two Ghosts’

    Singer Harry Styles has dropped a new video of “Two Ghosts”, which he recorded live at London’s Abbey Road Studio. The track is from Styles’ self-titled debut solo album that premiered as part of Apple Music exclusive documentary film ‘Harry Styles: Behind the Album’, reported Billboard. The film chronicled the making of Styles’ album and featured exclusive interviews and behind the scenes footage. Styles’ world tour begins September 19 in San Francisco and is

  • Ahmedabad gets India’s first World Heritage City certificate

    Ahmedabad: Ahmedabad in Gujarat on Friday was formally accorded the status of India’s first World Heritage City with UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova handing over the certificate in this regard to Chief Minister Vijay Rupani.

  • Bidita Bag wants to do socially relevant films

    Bidita Bag, whose latest movie “Babumoshai Bandookbaaz” has earned over Rs 12 crore in a week since its release, says she wants to do socially relevant films which don’t leave the audience bored. Present at the success party of her film here on Thursday, Bidita told the media, “I want to do socially relevant films which will have a message. I would again want to work with Nawazuddin (Siddiqui) and Kushan (director

  • Emraan Hashmi says he did multi-starrer to shine, not outshine others

    Emraan Hashmi said he took up “Baadshaho” only because he felt secure doing a part in a multi-starrer. The 38-year-old actor, who has previously worked with Milan Luthria and Ajay Devgn in “Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai”, said like any other actor, he feels concerned about how his role would turn out.