HindustanTimes Wed,16 Apr 2014

Tiger should look up to Shah Rukh: Jackie Shroff

Jackie Shroff wants his son to consider Khan his role model; praises the star for his modesty and hard work.

Kajol and Rani Mukerji: comeback time for Bollywood ladies

After a hiatus, actresses Kajol, Rani Mukerji, Preity Zinta and Tabu will be seen on the big screen this year.
Mahesh Bhatt

SC recognises third gender: Bollywood says proud to be Indian

The Supreme Court has passed a landmark judgment, by creating a third gender category. We speak to Mahesh Bhatt, Bobby Darling and others who have been fighting for this.
John Abraham

Building a fan base for football is the biggest challenge: John Abraham

John Abraham, who recently bought Guwahati Football franchise, talks about north-east India being the hub of football in the country, how he plans to juggle his Bollywood career with his sports investments and more in an interview.

Now a sequel to Youngistaan

Producer Vashu Bhagnani and debutant director Syed Ahmad Afzal have much to rejoice about. The good response to their political drama Youngistaan has encouraged them to plan a sequel to the film already.
Aamir Khan, Anushka Sharma

Aamir Khan's P.K. to release on December 19

Christmas season seems to spell magic for Aamir Khan's films and continuing with the trend, the makers of his upcoming film P.K. have decided to release it about a week before X-Mas.
Hema Malini

Why’s Hema Malini miffed?

Actor-politician Hema Malini, who’s fighting the Lok Sabha polls on a BJP ticket from Mathura, says that attempts to portray her as a tantrum-throwing Bollywood diva are feeble efforts to discredit her work.
Hema Malini

I don’t make films for awards, but they do ­matter: Rakeysh Mehra

Ace filmmaker Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra is a happy man these days. After ­sweeping most of the ­popular awards earlier this year, his last release, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (BMB) has won nine ­technical awards of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA).
Soha Ali Khan

Actors should never enter politics: Soha Ali Khan

While many of her fellow actors have recently joined ­different political parties and have been campaigning fervently during the ongoing elections, actor Soha Ali Khan says she will never join politics.
Main Tera Hero

BO report: At Rs 50 crore, Main Tera Hero inching close to Queen's record

Different genres but both managed to bring in the money at ticket windows in last two months. Main Tera Hero starring Varun Dhawan is inching close to Rs 50-crore benchmark while Queen's already minted Rs 60 crore.


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