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.

  • Kalki Koechlin to be conferred with French honour

    Kalki Koechlin will be conferred with the French distinction of Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters (Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres) on Friday, for her contribution in enhancing Indo-French ties in cinema.

  • Rajat Kapoor should make films more often: Kalki Koechlin

    Kalki Koechlin feels filmmaker Rajat Kapoor should make movies more often. Rajat, who has directed films like “Mithya”, “Mixed Doubles” and “Ankhon Dekhi”, shared a link of a campaign. “‘RK/RKay’ will be made in 2018 with your help! We need you – look at the link below, click on it, make a contribution no matter how small, it will still be huge,” Rajat tweeted.

  • ‘I am all set for motherhood’, says Kalki Koechlin

    ‘A child makes you a better person, if you don’t end up killing it in the first few months’, Kalki Koechlin speaks to Shubarna Mukerji Shu about mothers, miseries and movies

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    Kalki Koechlin says she enjoys dressing up in traditional clothes during festivals

    Kalki Koechlin loves the festive season as she feels it has its own charm. She also enjoys dressing up in traditional and semi traditional outfits with nice matching jewellery.”I absolutely love the festive season and its spirit. It has its own charm of celebration, bringing people together, spreading joy and happiness. During this time, I thoroughly enjoy dressing up in traditional and semi-traditional attire paired with some lovely antique and ethnic jewellery,”

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    I take criticism, praise in same way, says Kalki Koechlin

    New Delhi: During her initial days in showbiz, she used to get upset over negative reviews, criticism and social media trolls. However, actress Kalki Koechlin says while surviving in the industry for over a decade, she has now become a “veteran” when it comes to handling comments and compliments.

  • Can’t think of doing anything other than acting right now: Kalki

    New Delhi: She is a one-of-a-kind actor, a writer and an activist and she juggles these triple roles with utmost passion. But Kalki Koechlin says she is too invested in acting right now to fully take on any another role.

  • Actors can’t be role models for every issue: Kalki Koechlin

    New Delhi: Bollywood actress Kalki Koechlin, who is known for speaking her mind, says one of the drawbacks of being a popular face is that people expect you to take a stand on various social and political issues. She says people should realise that celebrities can’t be expected to be role models and should only be appreciated for their craft.

  • ‘Feminism term has received lot of negative feedback’

    Actress Kalki Koechlin feels it is unfortunate that the word feminism has gathered a lot of negative feedback with many people not even realising its true meaning.  The actress says people often associate feminism with that of “ranting women” who hate men. “There is a misunderstanding and lack of awareness about the word. Feminism seems to be tagged as a bunch of ranting women or women who are against men. The word

  • Kalki Koechlin is breaking stereotypes

    The actress believes that only an actor can make the right script choice and go for an experimental performance change perceptions

  • I am not a threat to anyone in the industry: Kalki Koechlin

    Kalki Koechlin has a penchant for telling it like it is – and emerging the better for it. Equally known for her brave acting choices, the half French-half Indian actress is totally her own person, minus filters. She has no qualms admitting that at the start of her career, she had to take on whatever jobs came her way as paying the monthly rent was a struggle. No, she couldn’t depend on her parents

  • Kalki Koechlin Sets Her Own Style

    Kalki Koechlin has always claimed that she has had the toughest time fitting in, but looks like she has gone ahead and made her own style statement with Label and Ritu Kumar. Seeing her don the more ornate clothes along with her own quirky style has set a language of fashion that will have a lot of takers.