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  • Silsila to Manmarziyaan, Check out 5 Bollywood films on extramarital affairs

    Even as ‘Manmarziyaan’ introduces a bold new term ‘fyaar’ into our lexicon (quick on the heels of Sanju’s euphemism ‘ghapaghap’), it sets me thinking about how Hindi films have come a long way…yet at the same time have stayed right where they were. In Anurag Kashyap’s film, the protagonist (Taapsee Punnu) is a feisty, full-blooded Punjabi girl who has unabashed sex with her boyfriend (Vicky Kaushal in his element) because she enjoys

  • Villains now treated with dignity in Hindi films: Gulshan Grover

    Bangkok: Actor Gulshan Grover, who is fondly known as the “bad man” in Bollywood, says with mainstream heroes taking up negative characters, roles of villains in Bollywood is now treated with dignity. Asked how he feels about mainstream actors not having any apprehensions playing negative character on screen, Gulshan told IANS at the green carpet of IIFA Rocks: “Some changes are good because the villain part has now got dignity in Hindi

  • Hindi films have lost touch with Indian culture: Asha Parekh

    New Delhi: Having ruled the silver screen for around two decades as the quintessential girl-next-door in a series of hits, veteran actress Asha Parekh today rues the fact that Hindi films have lost touch with Indian culture.

  • Don’t divide Indian cinema, says Priyanka

    New Delhi: Every year, when the National Film Award winners are announced, a tally is drawn between who won more — Hindi or regional films. For actress-producer Priyanka Chopra, they are all, after all, Indian.

  • Nach Baliye is a pretty feather to our love story, says Aashka Goradia

    Actress Aashka Goradia and her fiancé Brent Goble are all set to dance to each other’s tunes on the couple dance reality show Nach Baliye. Brent was in the US sorting out his visas and received a grand welcome yesterday morning when he landed back in India.

  • Begum Jaan will renew focus on sex workers, says Srijit Mukerji

    National Award winner Srijit Mukherji’s Bollywood debut feature Begum Jaan will bring a renewed focus on the sex workers community, he said. A Hindi adaptation of Mukerji’s critically-acclaimed Bengali outing Rajkahini, Begum Jaan sees Vidya Balan play a brothel owner in a story of survival set against the backdrop of the Partition. The film releases on April 14.

  • Movies to watch out for in 2017!

    2016 has been a treat for film lovers as the year saw many releases from Bollywood. But a new year brings new movies and 2017 has some highly-anticipated films to watch out for.\

  • We feel Rajinikanth’s voice not fit for my face in Dangal in Tamil, says Aamir Khan

    Amid reports that Rajinikanth turned down his request to dub for the Tamil version of upcoming film “Dangal”, actor Aamir Khan today said they felt the southern megastar’s voice didn’t suit his character. As per reports, Aamir had screened the film for Rajinikanth and also requested him to dub for his character for the Tamil version, which was turned down politely by Rajinikanth, say PTI.

  • Young musicians in Bollywood to look out for in 2017 

    Bollywood’s young talented singers have made an outstanding mark with their presence this year. The generations next have created their own success story through their hard work, passion, dedication and love for singing. Be it Bollywood dance number or a soulful music or romantic numbers, young singers have generated a major fan following with just one or two hits songs in the industry. Below are the highlights of the most promising singers who are

  • Diana Penty got into films by chance

    Actress Diana Penty, who ventured into tinsel town in 2012, says getting into films was not a conscious decision and it happened by chance. Diana began her career as a model and later made a transition to acting in films.

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    Kajal wants to do more Hindi films

    Just three films old in the industry and Kajal Aggarwal is already receiving a lot of love from the industrywallahs. She’s been a superstar down south from her early days into acting. With films like MAGADHEERA, DARLING AND TEMPER.

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