Free Press Journal
  • Ranbir Kapoor

    Ranbir Kapoor’s street-fighter look in ‘Bombay Velvet’ out

    New Delhi:  Donning soiled clothes and sporting hands wrapped in bandages, Ranbir Kapoor looks convincing as a street-fighter in his forthcoming film “Bombay Velvet”. The film’s makers Fox Star Studios and Phantom Films unveiled a teaser image of Ranbir Wednesday to build excitement around the movie’s first poster that is set to release Thursday, read a statement. Ranbir was reported to have shot some cage-fighting scenes in the Anurag Kashyap-helmed romantic thriller

  • Liam Hemsworth

    Liam Hemsworth offered ‘Independence Day’ sequel

    Los Angeles:  Actor Liam Hemsworth has reportedly been offered a role in the “Independence Day” sequel. The sequel has been titled “ID Forever” and sources told The Wrap that the “Hunger Games” star has been offered an unspecified role in the film, but representatives of 20th Century Fox have not commented, reports aceshowbiz.com. Actor Will Smith will not return to “ID Forever”, but Jeff Goldblum and Bill Pullman are expected to be

  • Tisca Chopra

    ‘Taare Zameen Par’ gave me recognition: Tisca Chopra

    Mumbai: Actress Tisca Chopra credits Aamir Khan’s superhit film “Taare Zameen Par” for giving her respect and recognition in the film fraternity. “Before ‘Taare Zameen Par’ people were not aware of me as an actor. Whatever respect, recognition I got in the fraternity is through this film. It’s been seven to eight years for this film but people still remember it,” Tisca told IANS.  “In every actors career, there are only one

  • PK

    Nothing wrong in ‘PK’, says Delhi High Court

    New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Wednesday dismissed a PIL filed against Raj Kumar Hirani directed and Aamir Khan starrer film “PK”, saying “the film was not offensive”.

  • Court orders lodging case against Shahrukh, others

    Muzaffarpur (Bihar): A court in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur district today directed the police to lodge a case against actor Shahrukh Khan, his wife Gauri Khan, director Karan Johar and others for allegedly hurting Hindu religious sentiments by depicting deity Radha in an inappropriate manner in the film “Student of the Year”.