HindustanTimes Sat,30 Aug 2014


For these five days, no one’s allowed to be on a diet: Rani on Ganesh Chaturthi

In April this year, Rani Mukerji tied the knot with long-time beau Aditya Chopra. Naturally, this time around, it’s a special Ganesh Chaturthi for them both. But without breaking tradition, the actor, like every year before this, will be celebrating it at her maternal house in Juhu.

Deepika plans a get together for Finding Fanny team

Upbeat about her soon-to-release English language Indian film Finding Fanny, Deepika Padukone is set to host a get together for the movie's team. The film also features Arjun Kapoor, Naseeruddin Shah, Pankaj Kapur and Dimple Kapadia.

Mardaani director Pradeep Sarkar to make film on his experiences?

After Mardaani, director Pradeep Sarkar is toying with the idea of making a movie inspired by some of his real life experiences. His debut directorial venture was Parineeta which featured Saif Ali Khan and Vidya Balan in pivotal roles.

It's all about trust: Vikram Bhatt on directing Bipasha Basu in Creature 3D

Bipasha Basu's career wasn't going great guns when Vikram Bhatt cast her for his new movie Creature 3D. But the director, who has earlier worked with her on Raaz, says it's all a matter of trust.

Ganesh Chaturthi was about seeing my mother Happy: Arjun Kapoor

On Ganesh Chaturthi, Arjun Kapoor remembers his late mother, Mona Kapoor; fondly recalls his earliest memories of the festival

Salman Khan flies to Canada for Dr Cabbie

Salman Khan is set to visit Canada almost after a decade to promote his first international project Dr Cabbie. The Dabangg Khan will attend the music launch and the red carpet premiere of the movie.

Finding Fanny book to hit stands next year

Homi Adajania's upcoming film Finding Fanny, which is set in Goa, was originally planned as a book. The book will now be published next year.

Mary Kom producers in talks with Manipur govt for film's release

Producers of Mary Kom in talks with officials in Manipur; hope to release the Priyanka Chopra-starrer movie desspite of ban on Hindi films in the state.

Love jihad inspired by Bollywood? Five films that defy the perception

From rapes to 'love jihad', Bollywood's blamed for all things wrong in India today. If movies were really such a great influence, we give you five films everybody should watch on loop. Just to understand values such as 'peace, harmony and love'.

A look at movies releasing this Friday

Raja Natwarlal, Identity Card, The November Man, Trip To Bhangarh, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Step Up All In will be in fray this Friday. Read this preview before you book your tickets.

Pankaj Kapur wants to direct films again

"I’m planning to direct soon, but not in the immediate future," says the actor. Prod him a bit to reveal more, and he adds, "I have a few scripts with me right now, and I’m working on another one as we speak," says Pankaj.

My advice to youngsters is nothing is a do-or-die situation: Priyanka Chopra

"My advice to the youngsters out there is that don't think of anything as a do-or-die situation. The world is your oyster and you can do anything you want. Never lose hope and always have a positive outlook in life," says Priyanka.

Onir bashes Censor Board

Filmmaker Onir says, "I think it’s good that the censor has finally been exposed. This has brought into focus something that has been happening for many years. [Members of the CB] say they will ban things that are against Indian culture.

Kids should not watch Mardaani because of its language: Aamir Khan

Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan, who had praised actress Rani Mukherjee for her work in Mardaani, has said that young children should not watch the film, primarily because of 'kind of language' used in it.

Nimrat Kaur set to make her American television debut with Homeland

Actor Nimrat Kaur, who is shooting for the American television series, Homeland, says that things are more professional in the West, and that the cast and crew there respect time.
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