Free Press Journal
  • Birthday girl Kiara Advani’s deep-rooted ‘Bollywood connections’ will leave you stunned!

    I’m more driven than ever: Kiara Advani

    Kiara Advani, who drew unprecedented attention with her performance in “Lust Stories”, says she is now more responsible with her film choices and also more driven than ever.  She made her acting debut with “Fugly” in 2014 and was later seen in films like “M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story” and “Machine”, but it was her part in filmmaker Karan Johar’s story in the “Lust Stories” anthology, which brought her wider visibility.

  • Cyrus Broacha: I want to fight for gossip

    The irrepressible Cyrus Broacha tells Nichola Pais that gossip – like sex – has unjustly been given a bad name

  • Rohit Roy finds relationships tough to maintain

    Rohit Roy says relationships are difficult to build and even tougher to maintain. “Infidelity is a very tricky situation for anyone to find oneself in… although nothing can excuse cheating on one’s partner, sometimes the current relationship itself is the reason for people to stray… Strain in the relationship, opportunities, and sometimes mere boredom can lead to infidelity,” Rohit said.

  • ‘You are as good as your films, directors’, says Rajkummar Rao

    Having done some path-breaking yet entertaining films like “Kai Po Che!”, “Shahid”, “Queen”, “Aligarh”, “Newton” and “Bareilly Ki Barfi”, actor Rajkummar Rao, who has carved a niche for himself in just eight years, believes an actor’s output has a lot to do with a film and its director. Rajkummar has often been compared to Bollywood veterans like Dilip Kumar and megastar Amitabh Bachchan.

  • Fighting for who you are is not easy, says Sushmita Sen

    Actress and former beauty queen Sushmita Sen says her journey as a single mother and a star has not been an easy ride as fighting for who you are has its own difficulties. Often, Sushmita is looked up to as an epitome of strength.

  • Didn’t expect to do a Karan Johar film so early in career: Bhumi Pednekar

    Bagging a Karan Johar directorial so early in her career was  a dream come true for Bhumi Pednekar who believes it’s a big opportunity to be a part of his next “Takht”. Directed by Johar, “Takht” also stars Kareena Kapoor, Ranveer Singh, Alia Bhatt, Vicky Kaushal, Janhvi Kapoor and Anil Kapoor.

  • Will not compromise on reality in cinema: Harshvardhan Kapoor

    Two-film old Harshvardhan Kapoor says he believes in ensuring his work mirrors “authenticity” and it is something that he will never compromise on. The actor, who will next be seen playing the role of Abhinav Bindra, says the biopic on the Olympic gold medallist will be an “honest” portrayal of the subject .

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    Shahid Kapoor says he loved the emotional arc of the character Arjun Reddy

    Shahid Kapoor believes that his upcoming project, “Arjun Reddy”, provides a great opportunity to him as an actor and he looks forward to start shooting for the film. The 2017 Telugu film, directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga and featuring Vijay Deverakonda and Shalini Pandey in the lead, was a major money-spinner at the box office.

  • There was a lot of negativity around ‘Race 3’ even before release: Bobby Deol

    Mumbai: Bobby Deol is happy with the box office performance of his last release “Race 3” but says he does not understand why the film was trolled so much for “everything and anything.” Bobby returned to screen after a hiatus with Salman Khan-fronted multi-starrer recently. The film was panned critically and was subject to memes on the internet.

  • Makers of Tumbbad release spooky poster, teaser out tomorrow

    The makers of Tummbad have released new posters of the film sending chills dMakers of Tumbbad release spooky poster, teaser out tomorrow .Own the spine owing to the spooky element of the posters. The teaser of the film to be out tomorrow.

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    Sonakshi Sinha says she learnt everything about acting on the sets

    Sonakshi Sinha says much of her learning about acting happened on film sets unlike today’s newcomers who enter the industry prepared in every aspect. Sonakshi, who made her debut in 2010 with Salman Khan’s “Dabangg”, says since she never wanted to be an actor, she gradually learnt things along the way in the industry.

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    Nora Fatehi opens up about her role in Bharat and working with Salman Khan

    Mumbai: Actress Nora Fatehi feels lucky to be working with superstar Salman Khan in “Bharat”. “It is an exciting moment in my career to be a part of a huge project like ‘Bharat’. I feel very lucky to be working with Salman Khan sir and Ali (Abbas Zafar) sir and the entire team! I hope to be a part of more projects as an actor in the near future,” Nora said in

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    I’m the first fan of my brother: Sajid Ali on Imtiaz

    “Laila Majnu” director Sajid Ali, younger brother of filmmaker Imtiaz Ali, says he is highly influenced by the “Rockstar” maker who is like a father figure to him. Sajid, who is making his debut with “Laila Majnu”, said, “I am the first fan of my brother. Since he is 12 years older to me, he is more like a father than a sibling. So naturally, I am highly influenced by him —

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    Akshay Kumar says he feels happy doing diverse films and breaking from his action star image

    Akshay Kumar says he is in “the best phase” of his career as he is now getting to an opportunity to do different types of films. Regarded as an action star in his early days, the 50-year-old star has cemented his place in the industry over almost three decades by featuring in romance dramas, comedies and issue-based movies.