Free Press Journal
  • Prachi Desai: Bollywood gives everyone their credit at some point

    New Delhi: Actress Prachi Desai, who has completed a decade in the Hindi film industry, says Bollywood does give due and credit to everyone at some point. Asked if she ever feels that her talent has not been explored as much, Prachi told IANS in an e-mail interaction: “I don’t know about how long it’s been but I always look at every project to be the beginning. This industry does give everyone

  • ‘Every script has different appeal’, says Prachi Desai

    Prachi Desai, who will be seen in a dark urban fantasy film titled “Kosha”, says an actor is always open to experiment with new genres. Asked if she is looking for an image change with “Kosha”, Prachi said, “There is nothing called image change since every script has a different appeal and ‘Kosha’ is something that struck a chord with me on the script and characterisation level itself. An actor is always

  • Prachi Desai learns guitar for ‘Kosha’

    Mumbai: Actress Prachi Desai has learnt guitar for her upcoming film “Kosha”, and says she always wanted to master playing the instrument.

  • Prachi Desai Birthday Special: Unseen pictures of ‘Rock On’ actress you must see

    We have seen many Indian television actresses making their mark in the Bollywood industry. However, some of them failed and some of them got moderate success. But there is one actress who not only made her mark on TV but also dazzles on the big screen. Yes, she is none other than Prachi Desai.

  • Prachi Desai is a Nawaz fan

    Prachi Desai, who has shared screen space with Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the forthcoming short film “Carbon”, considers herself to be a huge fan of the National Award winning actor. “I am a huge fan of Nawazuddin, and I believe he is one of the best actors ever. It’s great that we collaborated for something so meaningful,” Prachi said.

  • Prachi Desai wants to play her age 

    She started off with television in her teens, schooling and acting might have been fun at the beginning but what Prachi Desai didn’t realise then was that it is slowly and steadily sapping away her age.

  • Prachi Desai turns down offer for Pakistani ad

    Mumbai: Actress Prachi Desai says she turned down an offer to feature in an ad for a Pakistani beauty brand, considering the strained ties between India and Pakistan.

  • “Rock On brought rock culture to India, Rock On 2 is all the more special” – Prachi Desai

    It was way back in 2008 when Prachi Desai made her big screen debut with Rock On. The film worked in major cities with the multiplex audience and over the years, it has managed cult following for itself. Eight years have passed by since the release of Rock On and now Rock On 2, the film’s sequel, is her eight film since then. While she has enjoyed successes like Once Upon A Time In

  • ‘Rock On!! 2’ documents where things started from

    New Delhi: Looks like ‘Rock On!! 2’ have a lot in store, other than its double energy; the film has a documentary shot separately called ‘Rock On Revisited.’

  • Bollywood town beauties all praise for ‘PINK’

    New Delhi: The theatre at YRF studio was graced by the beauties of Bollywood last night as the makers of Amitabh Bachchan-starrer courtroom drama ‘PINK’ decided to hold a special screening for all the leading ladies of the tinsel town.

  • Rock On!!2 equally challenging, exciting: Farhan Akhtar

    Actor-filmmaker Farhan Akhtar, who on Friday released the teaser of his film “Rock on!! 2” says making the sequel was exciting but also living upto the expectations of the first part is a big challenge. “It was equally exciting and challenging to make a sequel. We wanted the best in every segment of the film be it in music, casting, or the location.

  • In India it’s hard to dabble between TV, films: Prachi Desai

    New Delhi: She started her career in 2006 with the television show “Kasam Se” and later made a transition to the film industry in 2008 with “Rock On!!”. Actress Prachi Desai says for an artiste in India, it is difficult to juggle between TV and the silver screen.