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    ‘Parmanu’ actor John Abraham reveals his school crush story

    Mumbai: Actor John Abraham confessed that he used to have a crush on his school teacher because she was “beautiful and intelligent”. John made the confession when he became part of Zee TV show “Dance India Dance Li’l Masters” to promote his film “Parmanu – The Story of Pokhran”, read a statement to IANS.

  • ‘Veere Di Wedding’ new song ‘Aa Jao Na’ is a soulful track

    The makers of the movie ‘Veere Di Wedding’ have released a soulful song ‘Aa Jao Na’. The song has been sung by non-other than Arijit Singh. Talking more about the song, it is an emotional song which depicts the pain of separation. Before ‘Aa Jao Na’ other two songs ‘Taareefan’ and ‘Veere’ had gained positive response from the audience on social media and also got millions of views on Youtube.

  • Aashka Goradia’s focus is on her new venture

    Aashka Goradia says she is focussed on her latest venture, Renee by Aashka, but the “Naagin” actress is also keen on doing an action-packed role in a TV show. “My focus is definitely on my new venture now but I want to do an action-packed role on television. My body, my mind and my acting skills are ready and aching to be a part of an action series irrespective of the platform.

  • Huma Qureshi finds Rajinikanth inspiring

    Huma Qureshi, who will be sharing the screen space for the first time with Rajinikanth in ‘Kaala’, says working with the superstar was a dream come true for her. “He is truly inspiring and an amazing human being. The whole shooting was a learning process for me, each and every person on the set was warm and appreciative,” Huma said. “‘Kaala’ was an experience of a lifetime for me, I have learnt

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    Tough for actors to make place for themselves today: Madhuri Dixit-Nene

    Madhuri Dixit Nene believes with cinema not being the only source of entertainment in today’s digital world, it has become tougher for young generation of actors to establish themselves.  Madhuri, who has been one of the most popular female actors in Hindi film industry, said audiences have lots of “distraction” now. Today, there is so much distraction for people, like Netflix, etc… There is so much clutter. So, to make a place

  • Production not a vanity project for me: John Abraham

    With films like “Vicky Donor” and “Madras Cafe” John Abraham has established his credibility as a producer and the actor believes the reason for his success is the fact that he does not consider himself as the “hero” of every project.