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    Indian culture wants us to be sexual only for procreation: Vidya Balan

    Vidya Balan says Indian culture wants people “to be sexual only in the institution of marriage” and for reproduction. The actress says it takes away the “joy of intimacy”. So, she wants to give out a message: Sex is a feeling, not a taboo.

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    Sonam Kapoor in Singapore to Celebrate Impact of Giving !

    Sonam Kapoor who studied at UWC South East Asia (UWCSEA) in Singapore traveled there this weekend as part of their Impact of Giving Gala. Sonam Kapoor, Class of 2003 student, will speak at the exclusive Marina Bay Sands event.

  • Can’t believe it’s been 24 years of my career: Shilpa Shetty

    Shilpa Shetty says she cannot believe that she has completed 24 years in the Hindi film industry. Shilpa on Sunday tweeted: Wow! Can’t believe it’s been 24 years of ‘Baazigar’ and my career. Good thing is I still feel 24. Blessed.”

  • No female lead decided for ‘Batti Gul Meter Chalu’ yet: Shahid Kapoor

    Shahid Kapoor has said no female actor has been signed on to star opposite him in his forthcoming film “Batti Gul Meter Chalu” as of now. There were reports that Katrina Kaif had met director Shree Narayan Singh for the narration and gave her nod for the film. Asked about pairing with Katrina for the movie, Shahid said, “No heroine has been decided for that film yet. Once it’s finalised I’ll let

  • Juhi Chawla reveals interesting secrets about co-stars Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir, Rishi Kapoor, Akshay Kumar. Check the details

    Bollywood’s adorable actress Juhi Chawla turns 50 today and she is one of the most beautiful actress of Bollywood. She was crowned Miss India in 1984. She was one of the most successful heroines in the 90s. Her debut film was Sultanat, but she got fame from her second film ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’. She have worked with most of the noted actor and directors in Bollywood and still young directors are approaching her

  • ‘It has an old world charm’, says Irrfan Khan

    Irrfan Khan, who is known to make some of the unique choices with the films he does, has revealed that his next ‘Qarib Qarib Singlle’ is not a love story about living and dying together. When asked that all the stories have been made were mostly about living and dying together, Khan, while present at the special screening of the movie, said, “This movie is not about living and dying together. The

  • ‘Less takers for strong women stories’, says Tanuja Chandra

    Bollywood has lately been increasingly receptive to content-driven films. And director Tanuja Chandra, known for her story-driven movies with intense plots such as Dushman (1998) and Sangharsh (1999), is glad that the story is the most saleable aspect of films these days but adds that female-driven films don’t find easy takers. “Auraton ke bare mein filmein chalti nahi hain, the investors say. They in the end talk from experience and selling ability,

  • 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.

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    I love sports: Taapsee Pannu

    Mumbai: Actress Taapsee Pannu says she loves sports so much that had she not been an actor, she would have aspired to become a sportsperson.

  • Indian cinema embracing realistic filmmaking, says Ali Abbas Zafar

    Director Ali Abbas Zafar, whose upcoming film “Tiger Zinda Hai” is based on a real-life incident, says Indian cinema is now focussing more on realism. “Tiger Zinda Hai” draws inspiration from the extraordinary incident of a group of 46 Indian nurses cheating death while being held hostage by militants in battle-torn Iraq. Indian cinema is moving towards more realism now and, as filmmakers, we are getting more inspired by what is happening

  • Farhan Akhtar urges actresses to name people who ask for sexual favours in Bollywood

    Filmmaker and actor Farhan Akhtar has, at various times, voiced his opinion about lack of women safety in India, but when it comes to the film industry he seems to soften his stand. Women, who face sexual harassment at the work place often become the target themselves when they try to expose the perpetrators, same goes for the women in the Bollywood.

  • Difficult to accept Jackie Chan in negative role: Sonu Sood

    Sonu Sood says it will be difficult to accept his “Kung Fu Yoga” co-star Jackie Chan as an antagonist because he is very cute. “We have always seen Jackie Chan play the good guy. He is a great actor and I am sure he will play the role of the antagonist with full conviction. But, he is so cute that it is difficult for us to accept him in a negative role,”

  • Sonam Kapoor wants to play a villain

    The actress says she would love to play a negative character as they have stories to tell as well

  • Ranveer Singh’s angsty performance

    The actor says he channelled his anger on the vandalism on ‘Padmavati’ sets in his portrayal of Khilji