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HindustanTimes Sun,26 Oct 2014

Bollywood

Marriage will happen at the right time: Harman Baweja

Star couple Bipasha Basu and Harman Baweja’s relationship status has been the talk of the town for a while now. Now, Harman Baweja opens up about his marriage plans in a candid chat.

For commercial films, Shah Rukh Khan right guide for Vivaan: Naseeruddin Shah

Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah who was present at the 16th MAMI film festival says he has watched his son Vivaan's film Happy New Year and has enjoyed it and claims it's a 'paisa wasool' film.

No movie halls, still Haider a hit in Valley

Kashmir’s capital may have no movie halls anymore but that hasn’t stopped Vishal Bhardwaj’s Haider from becoming a sleeper hit with numerous people downloading the movie to hold private screenings.

Haider or Bang Bang: Is Bollywood short of ideas?

With films like Haider and Bang Bang in recent past and Detective Byomkesh Bakshy and Revolution 2020 Bollywood adaptaion, we wonder if Hindi film industry is facing a shortage of original stories.

Why Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge still rules our hearts and Maratha Mandir

It has been 19 years since this iconic film starring Shah Rukh Khan and Kajol released and we all fell in love with it. Here are 10 reasons why our romance with the film continues.19 years ago, Raj and Simran met in Europe and we all fell in love with them.

Salman Khan shouldn't do art films: Govinda

Confirming reports that he has refused to work in Salman's Marathi production, Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho, Govinda adds that people don’t expect art films from him or Salman.

Watch: Alia Bhatt does it again, only this time the joke is on man-kind

A new video featuring actor Alia Bhatt, by Queen-fame director Vikas Bahl, is going viral in the virtual space. Surprise, surprise: this one is neither funny, nor flippant. Instead, it is an unusual take on women's safety in our cities, and holds a mirror to the deep-rooted prejudices Indian men suffer from.

My wife Sunita encouraged me to take up Kill Dil: Govinda

Bollywood star Govinda returns to the big screen after a gap of almost four years with Shaad Ali's Kill Dil, and he says it was his wife Sunita, who urged him to take up this romantic action film.

Deepika-Irrfan to Saif-Richa: Offbeat  pairings

A new casting trend emerges in Bollywood. Instead of playing it safe and relying on stars, several filmmakers are sticking to the script’s character requirements and pairing actors who are considered commercial with those known for their offbeat choices.

Want roles that suit my personality: Rahul Khanna

Despite starting his career with Deepa Mehta’s critically acclaimed film Earth (1998), and taking up unconventional and offbeat roles, Rahul couldn’t make it big in Bollywood.

Diwali at home for Deepika Padukone

After four years of being away from home during Diwali, Deepika Padukone will celebrate the festival with her family in Bengaluru.

Liar’s Dice: The tale behind india’s official entry to the oscars

Geetu Mohandas has gone from child actor to director of an Oscar-nominated film, with Liar’s Dice — her directorial feature debut and India’s official entry to the Academy Awards. Geetu talks to HT in a candid coversation.

I have picked from the best films: Huma Qureshi

In a candid chat with HT, Huma Qureshi, hopes to broaden her horizons further. She also tells us about being on the Dimensions Jury at the Mumbai Film Festival.

Javed Akhtar to team up with Vishal Bhardwaj

Report recently claimed that Javed Akhtar and Vishal Bhardwaj are set to collaborate on a project. The lyricist confirms the news and adds that Vishal is doing "some exceptional work".

Starry fundraiser for Kashmir

It was a starry evening as Delhi saw Bollywood celebrities join hands for -- Hum Hain...Ummeed E Kashmir. Celebrities from the Bollywood film industry entertained in a bid to raise money for those affected in the Kashmir floods.
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