Free Press Journal
  • Valentine’s Day 2018: The changing definition of Love

    Where is your soul mate these days? Is the idea of true love exactly what it is – an idea? Is today’s generation incapable of love? While the whole world is going mush on Valentine’s Day, Sounak Mukhopadhyay throws at us some practical questions

  • Revealed: Rajkummar Rao finalized to play the man opposite Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Fanney Khan

    While he was last seen in Bareilly Ki Barfi, we are all set to see Rajkummar Rao playing the man opposite popular actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Fanney Khan. The National award winning actor is undoubtedly excited about sharing screen space not just with the former beauty queen but also yet another star, the evergreen actor Anil Kapoor in the film.

  • Bhopal: Romancing with the camera: Clicking pics is life for these shutterbugs

    Bhopal: Photograph evokes nostalgia, they document the moment in time and freeze it for generations to come. World Photography Day is celebrated on August 19 every year “to enable the photographers to share their world with the bigger world”. Bhopal also has many photography enthusiasts, for whom clicking pictures is not a profession but a passion. They have been communicating with the world through their cameras for long. Free Press Journal had

  • Suyyash Rai to Lopamudra Raut- Telly celebs reveals their Hollywood and Bollywood crush!

    How can a mere mention of her or his name make your heart run faster than a car in turbo mode or make your knees feel like a melting candle? Having a crush on someone gives you that kind of symptoms. The same way even our television stars do have crush with Bollywood and Hollywood personalities. Here you can discover what is this madness that makes girls swoon and guys coo. Telly

  • 8 Bollywood couples who separated after being married for over 10 years

    A wedding brings two people and two families get together. In Bollywood, many of our favourite stars get hitched to their loved one. Love and loyalty are the inevitable traits that hold a marriage together. Many Bollywood celebrities are inspiration for the youth. That is why the divorce of once inseparable couples like Hrithik Roshan- Sussanne Khan, Malaika Arora Khan-Arbaaz Khan or Saif Ali Khan-Amrita Singh left many shocked. We take a

  • Dalljiet Kaur and Gaurav Chopra to romance each other

    Actor Dalljiet Kaur and Gaurav Chopra will share the screen in an upcoming show on The show is tentatively called Keemat and will be a thriller. It is a finite series and will be produced by Ravi Ojha,” says a source.

  • No story is complete without romance, says Ravindra Gautam

    Producer Ravindra Gautam recently producing Meri Durga feels Valentine Day is a very young urban concept. Ravindra says,”Valentine day is a very young urban western concept relevant only among urban youngsters of metros and big cities, which are usually not the people who watch our soaps.”

  • I don’t make films to change people’s mindsets, says Akshay Kumar

    New Delhi: Action, comedy, patriotism, satire, romance, drama — in a career spanning over 25 years and and a 100plus filmography, Akshay Kumar has highlighted the concept of “good over evil” through many of his movies. However, the actor says he has never intended to preach anything to the audience or to change anybody’s mindset with his work.

  • Standing up for beliefs can make you feel confident

    New York: Going with the flow might appear easier when confronted with unanimous disagreements. However, standing up for your beliefs, expressing your opinions and demonstrating your core values can be a positive psychological experience and make you feel confident about yourself, a study reveals, says IANS.

  • Listen to your stressed spouse and boost romance in life

    New York: It is good that you understand why your spouse is stressed but this alone will not help him or her get rid of the situation. Extend an helping hand and it will cement your romantic relationship further, feel researchers. A team of US researchers studying empathy in relationships found that in the absence of caring, understanding alone does not cut it when stressful situations arise in relationships.

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    Romance does change you as a person: Study

    New York: If your friends say that you have changed after you started dating, they are right. A new study says that non-dating teenagers who start dating turn more similar to their romantic partners than to friends in behaviour — in this case, in alcohol abuse.