HindustanTimes Sun,13 Jul 2014
Lai Bhaari

Salman offers a cameo in Lai Bhaari, Riteish is floored

Salman Khan will play a cameo in the forthcoming Marathi movie Lai Bhaari and Riteish Deshmukh, the co-producer of the film, has thanked the superstar for his "gracious" offer. The film will be Riteish's third production, and  also marks his debut in Marathi films as an actor.

Working with RGV matters more than a hit film: Tejaswi

Actor Tejaswi Madivada, who is playing the lead in Ram Gopal Varma-directed Telugu thriller Ice Cream, says working with the auteur matters the most to her and not whether he is able to churn out hit films or not.

Rajinikanth plays dual avatar in Lingaa

Superstar Rajinikanth, who is currently busy shooting for Tamil action flick Lingaa, will be seen in dual avatar in the film. He will be playing a district collector and an unknown role in a flashback sequence.

Shanvi learns acting nuances from Sumalatha

Actor Shanvi Srivastava, who is currently shooting with yesteryear actor Sumalatha Ambareesh for the upcoming Kannada remake of Telugu hit Ala Modalaindi, says the film has given her an opportunity to learn the art of subtle acting from her senior colleague.
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Sushmita Sen all set for her Bengali debut with Nirbaak

After four years, the actor will be seen in a lead role; is expected to start shooting on July 17
Uttama Villain

Happy to share screen space with Balachander: K Vishwanath

Ace Telugu filmmaker K Vishwanath, who had always admired films made by K Balachander over the years, says he's extremely happy to be working with him in Kamal Haasan-starrer Tamil comedy, Uttama Villain.
Uttama Villain

Nagarjuna overjoyed with response to his TV debut

Actor Akkineni Nagarjuna, who recently made his television debut with the Telugu version of Kaun Banega Crorepati titled Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu (MEK), is ecstatic with the response to his show and his performance on the tube.
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Vidya Balan wants to do Bengali film with Prosenjit

Bollywood actor Vidya Balan, who considers Kolkata as her second home, is now thinking of acting in a Bengali film with Tollywood superstar Prosenjit.
Jaane Tu...Ya Jaane Na 2

Punjab 1984 records highest ever opening in Punjabi cinema

Punjabi movie based on anti-Sikh riots, Punjab 1984, opened to an overwhelming response, not only in India but also abroad. According to reports and trade analysts, the movie is expected to break the record of highest opening in Punjabi cinema.

Pizza 3D will create new atmosphere for audiences: Akshay Akkineni

Newcomer Akshay Akkineni, son of National Award-winning editor Sreekar Prasad, says the idea of making his directorial debut with Hindi horror-thriller Pizza in 3D was an 'added advantage' and that it will "immerse audiences in a never before experienced atmosphere".

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