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  • Richa Chadha: Government doesn't give importance to cinema business

    Richa Chadha birthday: Bholi Punjaban to Sukhpreet, roles that portray her as a powerful actor

    Richa Chadha is celebrating her 31st birthday today with Fukrey team, Pulkit Shamrat, Varun Sharma, Manjot Singh and Ali Fazal in Mumbai. A Delhi-based girl, she came to Mumbai to fulfil her dream as an actor. She has proved herself in Bollywood with varied roles. Her tantrums as Bholi Punjaban in Fukrey or as sister-in-law of Aishwarya in Sarabjit, have won her rave reviews.

  • KJo would not have made `ADHM` without Aishwarya

    New Delhi: The gorgeous Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is on the list of every director. One such filmmaker is Karan Johar, who was so keen on working with her in ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ that he would not have made the film without her!

  • MS Dhoni… , Sarbjit make it to Oscars long list

    Indian biopics “MS Dhoni: The Untold Story” and “Sarbjit” have made it to the long list of 336 feature films eligible for the Oscars, reports PTI. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released the list of films in contention for the best picture Oscar on Wednesday, reported Entertainment Weekly.

  • Randeep Hooda wants this Diwali to bring in change

    Walking the unconventional path often with his films, the brawny Randeep Hooda makes his mark in this industry as a thinking actor. Films like Highway, Sarbjit and Main Aur Charles have been testimony to his unconventional way of thought.

  • Happy Birthday Sonu Nigam; here are 10 hit song which make you fall in love

    The extremely versatile singer Sonu Nigam turns 43 today. Sonu started his singing career at the age of four, when he joined his father Agam Kumar Nigam to sing Mohammad Rafi song ‘Kya Hua Tera Wada”. He Sung romantic and energetic songs like ‘Deewana Tera’, ‘Ab Mujhe Raat Din’, ‘Saathiya’ title song, Satrangi Re, Tu kab ye jaanegi…

  • ‘Sarbjit’ eyeing on Oscars, confirms producer

    Karachi: Vashu Bhagnani, producer of the much-appreciated movie ‘Sarbjit’ has confirmed that the movie now is eyeing on the Oscars.

  • Randeep Hooda and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

    Team ‘Sarbjit’ wants an Oscar

    New Delhi: The Randeep Hooda and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan-starrer ‘Sarbjit’ may have scored lower than what was expected at the Box Office but that doesn’t mean it won’t join the next Academy Award race.

  • Kajal Agarwal gets all the love…

    While director Deepak Tijori is telling all and sundry that his film DO LAFZON KI KAHANI, has been appreciated by movie goers and he doesn’t care two-hoots about what people of the press and critics are saying. Kajal Agarwal seems to be the only one smiling. Not only have the critics really like her, they have liked her above and more than her co-actor who is still enjoying being the flavour of

  • Why was Salman Khan ignored in two major Bollywood films this year

    ‘Truth is often stranger than fiction’ – a concept that has inspired several Bollywood filmmakers to explore the genre of biopics of late. The heart touching tale of a common man turning into a hero and the fact that it has been for real, triggers curiousity as audiences flock around multiplexes to see these stories come to life on the big screen.

  • Roughened up Randeep Hooda

    If you have seen any one of Randeep Hooda’s film, you have been converted. Yes, from being indifferent to the actor to being irrevocably in love with him. That’s his charisma. He has always let his work speak for him and his versatility in Bollywood is beyond compare. Shifting between characters, Hooda does with such ease that is difficult to remember that he is the same actor from Sarbjit  when you see

  • Abhishek Bachchan speaks out on the sensationalised reporting of Sarbjit premiere

    “I was in Delhi where somebody said that this whole Sarbjit premiere thing has been blown out of proportion. I asked him who blew it out of proportion. It’s you (the media) who did it,” said a visibly agitated Abhishek Bachchan in a interview with Content Head Broadband Faridoon Shahryar.

  • Never do films keeping in mind box office numbers: Aishwarya   

     Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan says she never works in a movie with the motive of minting big at the box office. Aishwarya said her latest release “Sarbjit” is getting an excellent word of mouth and is picking up across the country.

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