Free Press Journal
  • Virat-Anushka’s Mumbai reception: Inside photos, videos you can’t miss

    Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli have a grand reception today at St Regis Mumbai, the event will be star studded and many high profile name are in the guest list. After Delhi reception which was only kept for close friends and family member this one is for the Bollywood celebs and cricketers.

  • Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s younger son ignores NIA summons in terror funding case

    New Delhi: Hurriyat separatist leader Syed Ali Shah Geelani’s younger son Naseem Geelani on Tuesday ignored the National Investigation Agency (NIA) summons in connection with its probe into alleged terror funding by Pakistan-based terrorist groups to stoke unrest in Kashmir valley.

  • China, Pakistan want Afghanistan to join CPEC

    Beijing: China and Pakistan want Afghanistan to join their multi-billion dollar economic corridor, a key component of Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative which India has spurned over sovereignty issues.

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    Bridge collapses in MP’s Jhabua district; none hurt

    Jhabua (MP): A bridge collapsed near Alsiyakhedi village (Ramnagar) in Madhya Pradesh’s Jhabua district today, disrupting vehicular movement on Jhabua-Ratlam road, around 40 kms from here, police said.

  • Yasin Malik’s wife has not applied for visa since 2015: official

    New Delhi: Wife of Kashmiri separatist Yasin Malik has not shown any interest in visiting India nor has she applied for a visa since her two-year visa expired in 2015, a home ministry official said, refuting the Pakistani citizen’s claims that she was denied the travel document.

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    Shah Rukh Khan sings birthday song for Salman Khan

    Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan sang a song to wish Salman Khan in advance for his birthday and said he loved watching the latter’s latest movie “Tiger Zinda Hai”.

  • Cyber bullying: Actress Parvathy lodges complaint   

    Thiruvananthapuram: Award-winning actress Parvathy, who was trolled on social media for commenting against some dialogues in top actor Mammootty’s film, today lodged a police complaint.

  • BJP leader slams own party, says anyone can join it & get post

    Mumbai: Observing that nowadays anybody can join the BJP and is rewarded with a post, senior party leader Haribhau Bagde has said that the cadres can now only oppose murderers and mad people from getting inducted into the party fold.

  • Junglee actor Vidyut Jammwal celebrates Christmas with his new Buddy!

    Vidyut Jammwal is in Thailand shooting for Junglee Pictures next film ‘Junglee’. The actor has found a new friend in a baby elephant and is celebrating Christmas with this new friend of his. Vidyut Jammwal has posted an adorable photo of him with the baby elephant on his social media handle and wrote,”Enjoyin humming some Christmas carols with my adorable new buddy #BeJunglee #XmasSpirit #junglevibes #jamwalions”

  • Sweta Bhattacharya couldn’t say no to `Jai Kanhaiya’

    Bengali actress Sweta Bhattacharya, who is making her debut on Hindi television with “Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki”, says she liked the concept of the upcoming show so much that she couldn’t say no to it.

  • Randeep Rai eyes Bollywood

    Randeep Rai, best known for playing Sameer in “Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai”, says he is thinking of accepting people’s suggestion to try his hand at films.Randeep, who hails from Jhansi, moved to Mumbai four years ago to give wings to his dreams.

  • Moving from acting into music was hard for MacFarlane

    Seth MacFarlane has said it was “very, very hard” for him to start his music career. The actor-director had made the switch from the movie business into the music industry, and his fourth studio album ‘In Full Swing’ received two nominations at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album and Best Arrangement, Instrumental and Vocals a Grammy Award nomination.

  • ‘Molly’s Game’ a relevant movie on sexual misconduct

    “Molly’s Game”, which is on female empowerment, is a very relevant movie, given the recent wave of sexual misconduct claims, says its executive producer, Leopoldo Gout.In “Molly’s Game”, actress Jessica Chastain plays Molly Bloom, a tough Olympic-class skier who ran an ultra-exclusive high-stakes poker game in Los Angeles and New York where the players were almost entirely men.

  • Robert Pattinson reactive, passive journey

    Robert Pattinson, best known for his role of Edward Cullen in the “Twilight” franchise, says in his acting career, he has played parts that were quite reactive and passive.Pattinson didn’t know anything about his role when he joined the 2017 film “Good Time” and became a part of the project because of directors Ben Safdie and Josh Safdie, reports hollywoodreporter.com.