HindustanTimes Fri,19 Sep 2014


Deepika, Ranveer, Priyanka make me want to direct: Sanjay Leela Bhansali

"I love Ranveer, Deepika and Priyanka. I used to have this kind of equation with Rani and Aishwarya, and I could connect [with them]. I used to like directing them and watching them come from the make-up room to the set all dressed up," he says.

Music review: Happy New Year's music is trendy and young at heart

The album has 8 originals, and one instrumental, remix and a medley each. At a total run time of 42 minutes 19 seconds, it is lengthy by any standard, but then we are talking about Hindi films which prefer melodrama over anything else.

I'm personally not a suicidal drunk: Aditya Roy Kapur

Speaking about his performance in Aashiqui 2, Aditya admitted that he has been in love and around heavy drinkers, so he took up the role as he could pick out things from people and experiences he has encountered.

Chittagong wins best feature film award at DCSAFF

Manoj Bajpai-starrer Chittagong has bagged the best feature award at the third annual Washington DC South Asian Film Festival. Bajpai along with the movie producer-director Bedabrata Pain were presented the award by noted Indian-American Frank Islam.

First Look: Rekha in Super Nani

The first look of Indar Kumar's upcoming film Super Nani is out. The film marks the comeback of Rekha to the industry after a gap of seven years: She last featured in Gautam Ghose's Yatra.

Shool sequel not without Manoj Bajpayee: E. Niwas

After 15 years, director Niwas is working on the sequel of Shool. "It is in the initial stage right now. I am still scripting it. I don't know when we will start shooting. 'Shool' had created a benchmark, so unless it's not the best script and unless I am not completely satisfied with the script I will not touch it," he said.

Hrithik Roshan set to turn author

Since the time he took a plunge in Bollywood, Hrithik Roshan’s brawny physique has created quite a buzz. And now the actor is all set to take his fixation with fitness to another level by writing a book on it.

Mahira Khan denies plans for Bollywood debut opposite Ranveer Singh

"Even I’ve heard about these reports, and I have no clue where they are coming from! There hasn’t even been any such discussion. Of course I’d like to act in a Bollywood film, but right now, there’s ­nothing ­substantial to say," says Khan, who debuted on the big screen with the film Bol.

Bollywood producers are happy to help CBI in Censor Board CEO's arrest case

A few days ago, it was reported that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is finding it hard to make any progress in the case of former Censor Board CEO Rakesh Kumar’s arrest, as Bollywood isn’t coming forth to help the agency.

North East shown in good light in Mary Kom: Priyanka

Bollywood actress PriyankaChopra says efforts were made to cast people from the North East in the biopic Mary Kom in which she essays the role of the Olympic boxer from Manipur.

So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?

The 'cleavage news post' on Deepika was deplorable and her reaction commendable. But can we blame only the ‘journalists’ (if only the writer of that ‘news item’ could be called one) or ‘the media’ as the biggest villains for commodifying a woman’s body?

Shooting of Aamir's PK in Nashik temple stalled

Shooting of the Bollywood actorAamir Khan's upcoming film PK in famous Kala Ram temple was briefly affected after some of the trustees of the shrine alleged that the shooting unit has not taken necessary permission.

Kareena and I were a flop pair: Shahid Kapoor

"Kareena and I were a flop pair. We did three films and people didn’t like our pairing in any of them. At that time, people didn’t like seeing us together, but we kept trying. So with Jab We Met, it was almost like people, by mistake, watched it," says Shahid.

Actresses are constantly getting objectified: Sonam Kapoor on Deepika Padukone

Sonam Kapoor has supported Deepika Padukone's recent outburst against a newspaper for putting up her tasteless pictures on its Twitter handle, saying objectification of actresses is a sad reality.

Next movie on police society relationship, not on Modi: Prakash Jha

Responding to a query, filmmaker Prakash Jha said he is not contemplating making a movie on the current Indian Prime Minister. "I am not making a movie on Modi. His story is still unfolding. Let's see how it shapes," he said.
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