Free Press Journal
  • Going Grey! 10 Bollywood actress who stole the show as vamps

    Nowadays in Bollywood, many actresses are cast for glamorous quotient in films. We have seen that many times actresses don’t have much role in movies apart from being considered as a love interest of hero. However, there are a number of actresses who are exceptions.

  • New denomination currency: It may take ATMs three months to dispense Rs 200 notes

    New Delhi: While the RBI launched the 200-rupee note a week ago, it may take up to three months for ATMs to start dispensing the new denomination currency as it will involve a huge exercise of recalibration. Some banks have even asked the ATM companies to begin testing the new note for recalibration of the machines, though they have not got supplies of the new currency. Only last year, the banks were

  • BRICS Summit: PM Narendra Modi leaves for China

    New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has left for China to attend the ninth BRICS Summit in Xiamen. It’s also reported that the prime minister will raise the issue of terrorism, during the summit, and how it affects the BRICS nations. The prime minister had earlier said that he was looking forward to productive discussions and positive outcomes during the multilateral forum.

  • India vs Sri Lanka! Is Virat Kohli the ‘Don Bradman’ of ODI cricket?

    India’s tour of Sri Lanka has gone on expected lines and all the contests have been terribly one-sided. India, after completing the whitewash in the Test series (3-0), are currently leading 4-0 in the limited overs series; they won the fourth ODI at Colombo by 168 runs. India, the powerhouse of world cricket have once again proved that even after resting players such as Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra

  • Beyond the Glam! 10 Bollywood movies that deal with offbeat subjects

    Bollywood is a huge canvas for the filmmakers and sometimes we get best films from Bollywood. If people think that Bollywood is only about love and glamour then they are heavily mistaken. Bollywood has given best movies to Indian audience which reflect our society. Some of the movies actually manage to change a couple of lives while some help to speed up pending justice, some fill you with emotional turmoil and some

  • Bollywood’s Forgotten Stars: 10 Unknown facts about Ayub Khan

    Bollywood is the world of hardworking people where aspiring people come to chase their dream into this entertainment industry. However, some of them couldn’t achieve that fame the films and ended up being cast in supporting roles. And one of those stars is Ayub Khan.

  • Video Flashback! These 10 ads featuring Bollywood stars will make you nostalgic

    Nowadays, top models and actors are often seen endorsing products. Many Bollywood celebs have made an impact on audience’s mind through their strong advertisement message. Amitabh Bachchan’s acting for Dairy Milk — many of us still remember him as being synonymous with one liner, ‘Kuch Meetha Ho Jaye’ after every meal or Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan in ‘Thanda Matlab Coca Cola’ for Coca Cola and many more. Stardom of an actor endorsing

  • Bollywood siblings who share amazing personal and professional bond

    The bitter-sweet bond between siblings is like a clichéd Bollywood film, with the blend of drama and action, with a dosage of love and affection. And now Bollywood has set the ball rolling for real life siblings who are coming on-board for their anticipated projects. Brushing off the nepotism debacle, these star siblings are taking up the charge collectively for entertaining all Bollywood buffs. Apart from actors, some actor-director and director-producer duo

  • R.S Prasanna: ‘Shubh Mangal Saavdhan’ is a quirky film with an important message

    Filmmaker R.S Prasanna who is making his Bollywood debut with the film Shubh Mangal Saavdhan feels that with so many brainless Bollywood films flooding the market, Bollywood is hungry for content. Considering the fact that the film is the remake of its Tamil version ‘Kalyana Samayal Saadham’, which was also directed by him, feel that movies should been entertaining but should also send out an important message. “For me making a film for 3-4 years

  • Free the mind of lust and passion

    Aeons ago, during the ancient times in China, lived a gentleman who suffered from the pestilence of heart problem and neurasthenia. The severity of the malady was immense and he found himself perpetually in a lightheaded and wobbly state. He and his family were mentally distraught on account of this quotidian condition.

  • The Nation State and the Secular

    Indian Society and the Secular