Free Press Journal
  • Pakistan top judge sorry over ‘sexist’ comment

    Islamabad: Pakistan’s top judge Saqib Nisar today apologised for his ‘sexist’ recent remark in which he had compared the length of a good speech to a woman’s skirt.

  • No screening Padmaavat in 4 states, says major multiplex body

    Mumbai: As violent protests against the release of film “Padmaavat” burgeoned, the Multiplex Association of India said today its members would not screen the period drama in Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Goa.

  • Padmaavat protest: In a first, Mumbai theatre recruit’s bouncers for security before the release of Bhansali’s movie

    Mumbai: Karni Sena fear has made theatres to recruit private security bouncers, in Mumbai bouncers are stationed outside the theatre, so no mishap takes place. Sun City theatre in Vile Pare hired 20 private bouncers to make sure that movie is released smoothly without any chaos. This is the first time when any cinema hall has hired bouncers for a film

  • Lip job gone wrong! In a viral video Sridevi’s lips look completely odd

    Bollywood celebs are always under the radar of media, the pictures of these celebs go viral in no time. Same happened with actress Sri Devi, her pictures are going viral on social media, where we can see her plum lips. People are judging that she went under the knife but there is no confirmation yet.

  • Pope: Fake news linked to greed, thirst for power

    Vatican City: Pope Francis on Wednesday linked fake news to the human desires of greed and thirst for power, and called on journalists to counter the phenomenon.

  • Protesters go on rampage in movie hall in Jammu

    Jammu: Fringe group activists today targeted a cinema hall breaking window panes and allegedly trying a burn a ticketing counter as a protest against the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s period drama ‘Padmaavat’ tomorrow.

  • Microfinancing: From being a sidekick to being a lead

    Pune: Microfinancing has become mainstream today. But just a while ago, microfinancing did not enjoy the status it enjoys today. This could be attributed to the growing pressure on banks to looks for new streams of revenue backed by government’s will to go in for social inclusion and the developing regulatory framework.

  • Protests near Lucknow malls, theatres against ‘Padmaavat’

    Lucknow: A day ahead of the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s controversial film ‘Padmaavat’, Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow today witnessed protests near malls and theatres from activists claiming to be associated with a Rajput fringe group.

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    Padmaavat row: 15 protestors arrested in Pune

    Pune: At least 15 people were arrested on Wednesday in connection with the violent protest against the release of film ‘Padmaavat’ in Maharashtra’s Pune.

  • For Rashi, caste has no in love

    Rashi Mal feels rejecting someone on the basis of their caste is wrong. She feels the issue should be addressed through cinema. “Rejecting someone on the basis of their caste, in your personal or professional life, is simply denying yourself the opportunity to find a person best suited for you or for the job,” Rashi said.

  • Krystle is not a great cook in real life

    Krystle D’Souza took a bribe of Rs 500 from her mother to enter the kitchen for the first time and try her hand at cooking. The actress, who is seen in the show “Belan Waali Bahu”, couldn’t make round ‘chapatis’.

  • Tom Hanks wants to play a villain in James Bond

    Veteran actor Tom Hanks says he has has never been offered a James Bond film but would love to star in a project if approached. The 61-year-old actor said he would love to essay the part of an antagonist to the iconic British secret agent, reported Contactmusic. “That’d be a treat. No one’s asked me to be in any of those. “I might have to hold out to play the guy who

  • Subedar Joginder Singh: Gippy Grewal reveals films action-packed teaser!

    Much- anticipated war film, the first ever on a Param Vir Chakra recipient; titled on the name of the martyr Subedar Joginder Singh has once again bombarded the internet with its next asset which was released yesterday by the makers ‘Seven Colors Motion Picture’. The inspiration to make this film on the brave Indian soldier who served the British Indian Army, and later the Indian Army, is drawn from

  • Malaika Arora, the fitness teacher!

    Malaika Arora is coming with her own fitness solution Diva Yoga, a yoga studio. “Endorsing a fit lifestyle doesn’t come easy but once it is ingrained in you, the benefits are numerous. Fitness has certainly helped me become more active, mindful and peaceful in life,” Malaika said.

  • Ali Fazal proud of Oscar nominations for ‘Victoria & Abdul’

    Ali Fazal, who features with Hollywood Judi Dench in “Victoria & Abdul”, says he is proud that the movie has landed two Oscar nominations in two departments. Consolata Boyle is nominated in the Best Costume Design category and Daniel Phillips and Lou Sheppard stand a chance to win Best Make-up and Hairstyling segment.