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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.

  • Kareena Kapoor Khan is not a feminist: Believes in equality of the sexes

    Kareena Kapoor Khan, who will soon be seen in “Veere Di Wedding”, says she is not a feminist and believes in equality. Kareena, along with co-actors Sonam Kapoor, Swara Bhasker and Shikha Talsania, director Shashanka Ghosh and producers Rhea Kapoor and Ekta Kapoor, were at the “Veere Di Wedding” music launch.

  • Sonu Sood finds playing villain challenging

    Sonu Sood, who will be playing the antagonist in “Simmba”, says grey characters always interest him as there is more scope of performance. The actor has already started his preparation for the Rohit Shetty-directed cop drama, starring Ranveer Singh in the lead.

  • ‘I have faced discrimination’, says Geetanjali Thapa

    Coming from Sikkim, physical appearance did create a hindrance for national award-winning actor Geetanjali Thapa as she says she faced “discrimination” in Mumbai. “I have faced discrimination. I have been told I can’t do this as I don’t look Indian enough. People say ‘she is a good actor, but she doesn’t (look) Indian’. I used to feel sad about it, but now I have developed a thick skin. I laugh it off,

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    Ranbir Kapoor says he feels anxious to perform in front of a live audience

    Ranbir Kapoor, who will be seen hosting and performing at the upcoming 19th edition of The International Indian Film and Academy (IIFA), says he is very nervous when he performs in front of a live audience. “I am very nervous when I dance. When we dance for films there is a camera and there are takes, but when you dance for a live audience there is just that one take so you

  • Kangana Ranaut called hypocrite on Twitter for laughing on Jim Sarbh’s rape joke

    Kangana Ranaut has always positioned herself as being one of the most politically correct celebrities. She has spoken on national and international platforms about issues like gender parity, feminism and had lashed out at Salman Khan for making the insensitive rape joke during his film Sultan’s promotions. But looks like all this was just a façade. Why you ask? Well, the recent video of her circulating on the net has shocked us!

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    I am a middle class man leading a simple life: John Abraham

    Mumbai: Actor John Abraham, who started off as a model before venturing into the Hindi film industry, says he is a middle class person and believes in leading a simple and frugal life.

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    Privileged if my Rs 100 cr film is called ‘flop’: Salman Khan

    Salman Khan’s movie “Tubelight” was panned by critics, but the actor says if a film of his makes more than Rs 100 crore and is still called a “flop”, then he is honoured. Released last year, “Tubelight” did a business of over Rs 100 crore in India. The film, however, was panned by critics and went on to incur losses, which Khan later compensated.

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    Kriti Sanon finds comedy a difficult genres

    Kriti Sanon says working on the Bollywood comic caper “Arjun Patiala” was an exciting journey, but she doesn’t find comedy an easy genre. The film sees actor-singer Diljit Dosanjh back in uniform, this time with Kriti and actor Varun Sharma, for a laugh riot. “‘Arjun Patiala’ was such an exciting journey. Comedy is not an easy genre, and we have added a twist to it. Diljit and Varun have a great comic

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    Soni Razdan feels like a struggling actor

    In her almost four-decade-long career Soni Razdan has given Hindi film industry some memorable moments, but the veteran actor says the dearth of work throughout her cinema journey has always made her feel like a “struggling actor”.

  • ‘Fitness is subjective’, says Parineeti Chopra

    Parineeti Chopra got under the scanner for her drastic weight loss, with some praising her dedication and some criticising her for sending out a negative message on body image. But the actress says she doesn’t always pay attention to what people are talking about to avoid getting caught in a “vicious circle”.

  • Believe in entertaining people through commercial stuff: Arjun Kapoor

    Arjun Kapoor, who will be seen in an item number titled “Chumme mein chavanprash” along with his cousin Harshvardhan Kapoor in “Bhavesh Joshi”, says doing energetic songs gives him a high as he believes in entertaining people through “commercial stuff”.

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    Sanya Malhotra to gain weight for Vishal Bhardwaj’s film

    “Dangal” fame actress Sanya Malhotra has to gain weight for Vishal Bhardwaj’s “Chhuriyaan”. She says she loves the constant body transformation that she goes through as a performer. For “Dangal”, Sanya had worked hard on her body to play a wrestler.

  • Had to deal with sexual advances from people in and outside the film industry: Huma Qureshi

    Huma Qureshi says she has had to deal with people making sexual advances at her, not only in the cinema industry, but by people from different professions. Asked about sexual exploitation and harassment of women, Huma said, “Well, as a woman, absolutely, I have had to deal with people making advances at me, but not just people from the business of film industry, but people across different professions and different strata. I

  • Confirmed! Salman Khan’s Race 3 trailer to come out on May 15

    Salman Khan has treated the audience with a badass poster from his upcoming film Race 3 along with a news. The superstar shared the poster which features Salman at the centre, wearing a black leather jacket and dark shades while other actors ave surrounded him brandishing a gun.