Free Press Journal
  • Baahubali actor Rana Daggubati is scouting for writers

    Taking on new roles behind the camera to push the creation of quality cinema, Rana Daggubati had previously joined hands with an independent talent management agency, which could appoint creative talents for regional film industries in South India. Rana and his talent management company will help turn attention to writers in an industry obsessed with superstars. On his to-do list is the sourcing of writers who can weave authentic

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    Anand Ahuja all set to launch clothing label Bhane in Mumbai, read details

    While the whole world is swooning over Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja’s wedding photographs and videos and when it seemed as if their wedding was a nationwide celebration, we stumbled upon Anand Ahuja’s Instagram post that announced his clothing label Bhane’s entry in Mumbai. To those living under the rocks, Anand is the CEO of Bhane, a clothing brand that creates contemporary clothing for men and women that celebrates simplicity and the

  • Mowgli Trailer is a darker narrative than The Jungle Book; Watch it here

    After the spectacular version of Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book by Disney, Warner Bros. studios is back with a darker narrative on the same chapter. Mowgli, directed by Andy Serkis is essentially based on the same 19th-century story of a human infant adopted by the wolves, but this time instead of his usual adventures, it’s the story of him being an outcast to other humans and battling acceptance in the jungle as well.

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    Petrol Prices Up: After Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai touches Rs 79.79 per litre

    New Delhi: After reaching unprecedented highs in Delhi and Mumbai, petrol prices touched a record high in Chennai, at Rs 79.79 per litre on Tuesday. With this, the fuel price breached its previous record of Rs 79.55 in the city, hit in September 2013.

  • R Kelly sued over sexual assault

    Los Angeles, American singer-songwriter R Kelly has been sued for alleged sexual assault, false imprisonment, and failure to disclose an STD.

  • ‘Sooryavansham’ most-watched film on TV: Anupam Kher

    Mumbai, On completion of 19 years of popular Bollywood film ‘Sooryavansham’ since its release, veteran actor Anupam Kher said it is the most watched movie on the small screen. Anupam features alongside veteran actors Amitabh Bachchan, Kader Khan and late actress Soundarya in the film.

  • Jake Gyllenhaal in talks for villain role in ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ sequel

    Los Angeles, Actor Jake Gyllenhaal in negotiations to play villain Mysterio in Sony and Marvel’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming” sequel. If things work out, Gyllenhaal will be joining Michael Keaton, who will return to reprise his role of Vulture, reported Variety. Tom Holland is returning to play Peter Parker, with Zendaya and Marisa Tomei also reprising their roles in sequel.  Jon Watts is back as director and Jonathan Goldstein and John

  • Sonakshi Sinha’s well-toned abs will give you some serious fitness goals

    Sonakshi Sinha was once overly criticized for her unconventional body. But taking all of it in her stride, the actress continued to work towards her goal of achieving fitness! And today she has achieved and this picture is definitely a proof of it! Sonakshi Sinha, who has kicked off her shoot for Kalank, revealed her newly toned abs. It seems that she has been working out with her co-star

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    Preity Zinta accepts she was happy that Mumbai Indians lost, but here is her explanation

    Preity Zinta’s viral video from an IPL match is making a lot of headlines because the actress openly dissed Mumbai Indians in the video and claimed that she was happy that the team lost. She was majorly trolled for this but the actress posted a clarification online where in she accepted that she was happy that MI lost because that gave her team Kings XI Punjab a chance for

  • KASHISH Film Festival

    Mumbai: LGBTQ Film Festival KASHISH to screen 140 films from 45 countries, begins on May 23

    The KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival, also known as the Mumbai International Queer Film Festival and KASHISH Film Festival, is an annual LGBTQ event held in Mumbai, since 2010. The festival features films on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer from India and around the world. The KASHISH Film Festival is held successfully for the past eight years in a country where the public hasn’t accepted the LGBTQ community with open

  • Archbishop letter row: No discrimination against anyone on basis of religion, says Rajnath Singh

    New Delhi: India does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of religion or sect, and such things are not allowed in the country, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today. His comments came in the wake of the Archbishop of Delhi referring to a “turbulent political atmosphere” in the country and appealing to launch a prayer campaign ahead of the 2019 general elections.