HindustanTimes Tue,30 Sep 2014
Aamir Khan

Aamir, Deepika, Alia, Rahman join hands for HT's women empowerment initiative

Supported by Hindustan Times, the initiative has seen celebs from various walks of life pledging to take the cause of women’s empowerment forward by either contributing to a ­charity of their choice, or ­offering their services, time or expertise to raise awareness on the issue.
Vidya Balan

On Ashtami, Vidya Balan to shoot for Humari Adhuri Kahaani in Kolkata

After Kahaani, actress Vidya Balan will return to the city of joy Kolkata to shoot Hamari Adhuri Kahaani in the midst of a Durga Puja pandal. The first shot of the movie will be canned on auspicious day of Ashtami.
Aamir Khan

Don't compare children, Aamir Khan tells parents

Addressing participants of Round Square International Conference 2014 at Sanskar Valley School, Bhopal, Bollywood actor Aamir advised parents not to compare their children with anyone, as every child is special in his own way.

After crooning for Haider, Tabu plans to continue singing

Tabu says that acting remains her first love, but music interests her too. Singing helps me express things that are inside me, she adds.
Ranveer Singh

Ranveer Singh rubbishes rumours of rift with Karan Johar

When Ranveer chose Sanjay Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastaani over KJo's next, rumour mills started buzzing with reports of rift between the director and Singh. In this interview with HT, the actor clarifies that there is no truth in what is being reported.
Bang Bang

Bang Bang's new benchmark, to hit over 4,500 screens on October 2

The much-anticipated action drama of the year Bang Bang, which stars Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif, will hit over 4,500 screens across 50 countries on October 2.

WATCH: Ungli has its finger on the pulse of the nation

The first look of director Rensil D’Silva’s ambitious project Ungli, which features Emraan Hashmi, Randeep Hood, Kangana Ranaut and Sanjay Dutt, is out now. The film will hit the screens on November 28, 2014.
Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone, Boman Irani, Malaika Arora Khan

My films are never male-oriented, says Shah Rukh Khan

SRK says that he most of his films have an equality of roles for the ladies. May be just a Karan Arjun (1995) was where the ladies came in and did a song ... a romantic angle in there ... but adds that he hasn't done many films like that.

Onir happy with the way Shab is shaping up

Ace filmmaker Onir is now busy soaking in the Puja spirit in his home town Kolkata, but he has expressed happiness at the way his forthcoming Delhi-centric film Shab is shaping up.

Where’s my dare, Shahid Kapoor asks Hrithik Roshan

Praising Ranveer Singh's take on Hrithik's #BangBangDare, actor Shahid Kapoor seems to be feeling left out. Tagging the Bang Bang star, Shahid asked on Twitter, 'Why no bangbangdare for me'.


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