Free Press Journal
  • Kalki Koechlin

    I just want to stay relevant: Kalki Koechlin

    Kalki Koechlin doesn’t follow any set rules or plans to reach where she wants to in the years to come as she believes in improvising and trying something new with different mediums. For her, staying relevant is more important as she feels a journey is more about the process than the final product.

  • Manmarziyaan: Vicky Kaushal makes his singing debut with ‘F for Fyaar’

    After Dev D, Anurag Kashyap is back with a musical love story Manmarziyaan. Promising to be the album of the year, the film’s music composed by Amit Trivedi is already a subject of heated discussion. In a unique promotional strategy, the makers are releasing one song each day and audiences were in for a treat as the first song ‘F for Fyaar’marked actor Vicky Kaushal’s singing debut.

  • Anurag Kashyap’s daughter makes documentary debut

    Acclaimed filmmaker Anurag Kashyap’s daughter Aaliyah Kashyap has made her first documentary film.  Aaliyah, who recently modelled for a high street fashion portal, has made the documentary on education of girls for her school, reports IANS.

  • Would love to go out-of-the-box: Abhay Deol

    Actor Abhay Deol is keen to break his “non-mainstream” image in Bollywood and says he would love to come out-of-the-box and do mainstream films like an actioner. Asked if he will ever do an out-and-out actioner, Abhay told IANS: “I hope so.”

  • Can’t relate to formula based films: Abhay

    Mumbai: Having mostly starred in off-beat films, actor Abhay Deol feels he cannot connect with larger-than-life Bollywood movies as they are often not rooted in reality.

  • If film doesn’t work, people will ask me to go back: Abhay Deol

    Actor Abhay Deol feels a lot depends on his upcoming “Happy Bhag Jayegi” because if it doesn’t do well, people will ask him to pack his bags. Abhay made his debut in 2005 with “Socha Na Tha” and gained praise for performance in subsequent “Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!” and “Dev D”. But his 2014 release “One By Two” did not do well at the box office.

  • c glam anchor anurag

    “I have become typecast”

     He is 50 shades of black, and suspects all those who are constantly bright. Anurag Kashyap tells Shubarna Mukerji Shu that he will eventually do everything he wants to do.

  • The Multiplex changed how films were made

    Multiplexes changed the way movies were screened, viewed and even made. But the conventional blockbuster has stood its ground and this makes the mix of films coming out of Bollywood so interesting, writes Indu Mirani.