Free Press Journal
  • Yami Gautam heads to Serbia for ‘Uri’ shooting

    Yami Gautam is headed to Serbia to start shooting for the first schedule of her upcoming film “Uri”. “Yami is all set for her first schedule in Siberia. As her fans and media have been tracking not only has she gotten fitter, but has gone through a makeover to dive into the character she is playing,” a spokesperson said.

  • Pakistan cinemas to resume screening of Indian films from today

    Karachi: Cinemas in Pakistan will start screening Indian movies from Monday as film exhibitors and cinema owners lifted the a two-month self-imposed suspension on their screening that was put in place amidst Indo-Pak tensions following the Uri terror attack. Zoraish Lashari, Chairman of the Film Exhibitors Association, told reporters that after thorough discussions with parties concerned, it has been decided that screening of Indian films would resume from tomorrow.

  • Shiv Sena defends Ghulam Nabi Azad’s remarks on demonetisation deaths

    Mumbai: Shiv Sena today came out in support of Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, who is under attack from BJP for drawing a comparison between the Uri terror attack casualties and the deaths after demonetisation, saying an apology by him for the comments will not change the truth.

  • Is it only about the money involved?

    The entire ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ issue reinstates Raj Thackeray as the trouble maker in chief for Mumbai. With Fadnavis having him at Varsha, this status gets de facto official recognition. This may have a lot to do with the Sena-BJP politics and forthcoming Mumbai Municipal corporation elections. But there are legitimate questions about the MNS-KJO deal and the implication that other films with Pakistani actors would also have to follow the

  • ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ to release as per schedule

    Mumbai: Decks were today cleared for the smooth release of “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” after director Karan Johar accompanied by Producers’ Guild President Mukesh Bhatt met Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis and assured him that filmmakers would not work with Pakistani artistes given the people’s sentiments in India post Uri attacks.

  • Maha CM Devendra Fadnavis assures smooth release of ADHM

    Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis today assured filmmaker Karan Johar that the state government will ensure smooth release of his directorial project “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil”, which is facing threat from MNS for featuring a Pakistani actor in it.

  • India doubts Pakistan’s intention to fight terrorism: Rajnath Singh

    Chandigarh: Addressing a ‘Regional Editors Conference’ here on Monday, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that if Pakistan is serious about fighting terror, then India is ready to help them eradicate it, but added that he had doubts about Islamabad’s intention to fight terrorism mushrooming in its own backyard.

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    Donald Trump declares himself friend of Hindus and Indians

    Edison, New Jersey : Declaring that he will be a “true friend of the Indian and Hindu community”, US presidential candidate Donald Trump contrasted the growth rates of India and the US and praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a “pro-growth leader” with whom he will like to work.

  • Audience will know which film is better, says Ajay Devgn

    New Delhi: Ajay Devgn and Karan Johar are gearing up for a clash as their upcoming movies ‘Shivaay’ and ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ both are set to be released on the same day this Diwali.

  • Gen Hayat, tipped to be next Pak Army chief, visiting China

    Beijing: Lt General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, who is one of the leading contenders to become the next chief of the Pakistan Army, has held talks with a senior Chinese military official here, becoming the first top Pakistani military official to visit China after the Uri terror attack.

  • Narendra Modi’s Lucknow Dussehra event politically motivated: Mayawati

    Lucknow: BSP president Mayawati today said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Lucknow to attend Dussehra celebrations is “politically motivated” and the event should have been toned down taking into account the loss suffered by the families of soldiers killed in the deadly Uri terror attack.

  • Fawad Khan breaks silence on India-Pakistan feud

    Lahore: Pakistani star Fawad Khan, condemned for being mum on the Uri terror attack which led to heightened tensions between India and Pakistan, on Friday said he is praying for “a more peaceful world”.