Free Press Journal
  • Rajinikanth launches website for political change

    Chennai: Superstar Rajinikanth, who made waves on Sunday by plunging into electoral politics, on Monday launched a website and an app inviting people to sign up in his campaign to bring about a political change in Tamil Nadu.

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  • India awaits consular access to Jadhav: MEA

    New Delhi/Islamabad: India awaits consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav and other Indian nationals in Pakistan’s custody, the external affairs ministry said today, as it exchanged with Islamabad the list of civilian prisoners and fishermen lodged in each other’s jails.

  • Will target officials-activists nexus: BMC chief Ajoy Mehta on pub blaze

    Mumbai: Holding the nexus of a ‘small percentage of corrupt officials’ with ‘professional complainants’ responsible for flourishing of illegal eateries in the city, Mumbai municipal commissioner Ajoy Mehta today said he will take steps to rout the menace.

  • Vinit Kakar to play negative role in ‘…Shri Krishna’

    Vinit Kakar, who has featured in mythological shows like “Vighnaharta Ganesh” and “Sankatmochan Mahabali Hanuman”, has been roped in to play Kaaliya Naag in “Paramavatar Shri Krishna”. “I will play a negative character Kaaliya Naag. He will be seen in conflict with Kansa, played by Manish Wadhwa. It’s an interesting role. I’m glad that I got the chance to play it. The new year is starting for me on a good note,” Vinit said.

  • Heroes ought to feel pain, feels Joe Russo

    “Avengers: Infinity War” director Joe Russo says it is imperative that hero figures are vulnerable as it makes for a great and inspirational story. The 46-year-old filmmaker, who is co-helming the much- anticipated project with his brother Anthony, said it is important that more humane stories are told today, Celebretainment.com reported.

  • Ego clashes spell doom for ‘The Big Bang Theory’

    Massive egos, jealousy and falling ratings are the reasons why “The Big Bang Theory” will reportedly wrap up after season 12.Tensions exploded following rating disaster in the series’ season 11, and that may lead to the show shutting down, reports radaronline.com.”Many of the cast members have gotten swelled heads. Some of the other actors aren’t happy about it,” said a source.

  • Jodie Foster berates superhero movies for ruining viewing habits

    Actor-filmmaker Jodie Foster says big-budget superhero films are “ruining” the viewing habits of the audiences worldwide. The 55-year-old director slammed big studios for promoting “bad content” and that she does not want to be associated with films cashing in on this latest trend.

  • Mariah Carey demands tea during live performance

    Singer Mariah Carey stopped her New Year performance here halfway and demanded “hot tea”. Carey made a return to New York City on Sunday to celebrate New Year, following her 2016 performance debacle, reports mirror.co.uk.

  • India- Pakistan exchanges prisoners list

    New Delhi: India and Pakistan on Monday shared a list of the prisoners lodged in their custody, keeping with the provisions of the 2008 Agreement on Consular Access.

  • Tiger Zinda Hai, Azaan, Azaan in Tiger Zinda Hai, Paresh Pahuja, Paresh Pahuja interview, Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, YRF,

    Tiger Zinda Hai actor Paresh Pahuja aka Azaan says, “Salman Khan’s Karan-Arjun inspired me to be an actor”

    Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Tiger Zinda Hai has now become a blockbuster at the box office as the film has so far collected Rs 254.75 Crore. Well, ever since the film got released, many people have been praising the film, its lead actors, action, supporting cast performances. Among them, there is one actor’s whose acting has not only loved by the critics

  • Iran state TV: 12 killed in protests, attacks on security

    Tehran: At least 12 people have been killed in the ongoing protests in Iran, and armed protesters have tried to take over police stations and military bases, state TV reported today.