Free Press Journal
  • My dreams keep me alive: Elena Fernandes

    Supermodel-actress Elena Fernandes has it all: Beauty, talent and passion, but she knows that cinema needs a lot of hard work

  • Bollywood needs to dignify portrayal of gay characters, says Meiyang Chang

    Actor-singer Meiyang Chang, who will be playing a gay character in a web series, feels Bollywood needs to handle such portrayals with more sensitivity. In the web series “Untag”, Chang plays the role of Nischay Barbara and he has made sure he doesn’t play the role in a stereotypical way.

  • 2016: When Bollywood tackled stories of homophobia and abuse

    Bollywood films are often blamed for churning out big ticket escapist dramas but 2016 saw directors taking on hard-hitting topics like homophobia, drug issue and importance of consent, reports PTI. In “Aligarh”, director Hansal Mehta once again picked up a contemporary true story to highlight the prevailing homophobia in society.

  • Fawad Khan to turn father for the second time

    Fawad Khan swooned the audiences and critics with ‘Kapoor & Sons’ and while he is gearing up for a few more Bollywood projects, we hear that there is yet another news to rejoice for the Pakistani star. Fawad Khan is all set to turn father once again.

  • Has Fawad Khan replaced Hrithik Roshan in Zoya Akhtar’s next?

    New Delhi: If sources are to be believed, then Pakistani actor Fawad Khan, who is basking in the success of his film ‘Kapoor and Sons,’ has bagged the lead role in Zoya Akhtar’s next directorial venture.

  • Content is king, solo films or multi-starrers don’t matter: Fawad Khan

    Noida: He was already a popular name in India before his first Bollywood film “Khoobsurat” released, thanks to his Pakistani show “Zindagi Gulzar Hai”. But after playing a solo lead in his debut Hindi film, Fawad Khan has mostly featured in multi-starrers – his last movie “Kapoor & Sons” and next release “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” being a case in point.

  • Don’t make assumptions based on the trailer Alia warns

    Ever since the first look of Alia Bhatt as a Bihari migrant from “Udta Punjab” was released, there have been varied opinions, but the actress says people should wait for the film before forming assumptions on the basis of its trailer.

  • Alia’s soft spot!

    Who’s the filmmaker for whom Alia Bhatt would drop everything and run? Surprisingly it’s her Two States director, Abhishek Verman. Alia has good reason to feel so, though. She credits Abhishek with seeing something in her that probably even she hadn’t seen in herself. She is grateful to him for signing her on for the film even though he had other options. The actress, who has received good reviews for her small

  • Adi will slap me if I ask him and Rani to be on ‘Koffee With Karan’

    Friday saw the release of the Shakun Batra directed multi starrer ‘Kapoor & Sons’. While the film was well received by the critics and audiences alike, producer Karan Johar decided to interact with his fans following the film’s successful opening. In fact on Saturday the producer-director had a live ‘Koffee With Karan’ session with fans on twitter, but this time with him answering questions. Here are a few of the comments Karan

  • Watch Alia Bhatt plays a taxi driver in a new advert

    Alia Bhatt has certainly become the talk of the town, with her recent release ‘Kapoor & Sons‘ doing well the young actress is definitely on cloud nine.

  • Sidharth thrilled with ‘positive’ response to ‘Kapoor & Sons’

    Mumbai: Actor Sidharth Malhotra is thrilled with the response that his latest film “Kapoor & Sons” has been receiving. He is overwhelmed that some are even calling it the “best character” that he has done till date. “The response coming in has been very good… All positive so far. Be it online or the calls and messages… The whole team is very happy, excited, and we hope that we have a great

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