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I have always been crusading for India-Pakistan cultural ties: Mahesh Bhatt

He is one of the few names in the Hindi film industry who has always been vocal about strengthening ties between India and Pakistan. Now, filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt says as the two nations share a similar lifestyle, it won't be wrong to explore cultural space to curate the bitterness.

We would love to promote SRK's Happy New Year on Bigg Boss: Salman Khan

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan says he would love to have the cast of Happy New Year on his TV show Big Boss 8 to promote their film. The upcoming season of the show will start from September 21.

Anupama Chopra's Masterclass: When Hrithik went to a polytechnic college!

Masterclass is an innovative concept on YouTube, where Anupama Chopra takes a look at the life journey of a film star. Starring in her ­second episode, Hrithik Roshan revealed unknown facts about his growing years.

A Tamil film is on Abhishek Bachchan's wish list

Abhishek Bachchan has expressed his eagerness to work in a Tamil film because of his ‘old bond’ with Chennai. The Guru star, who is the owner of the Chennai franchise in Indian Super League (ISL), is also looking forward to spending some sporting days in Chennai.

Shah Rukh Khan actually has 10 packs but we are saying eight: Farah Khan

Shah Rukh Khan's eight pack abs are the big reveal from Happy New Year and director Farah Khan says they kept it under wraps for a long time while SRK worked on his body.

Daddy knows best! Alia is a star and I don't work with stars: Mahesh Bhatt

Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt has never been hesitant in investing in newcomers and fresh talent. But when it comes to working with his own daughter, the young and vibrant Alia, he has his reservations.

Conspiracy theory: Was Sonam Kapoor Homi Adajania's first choice for Finding Fanny?

Deepika Padukone may be earning ­accolades for her ­stellar act in her recently released film, Finding Fanny, but not many know that it was Sonam Kapoor who was director Homi Adajania’s original choice for the role of Angie.

'Sandra from Bandra' to 'Oh Fanny re': The changing face of Christians in films

As priests, matrons, or secretaries with plunging necklines, Christian characters in Bollywood have endeared themselves to us. But things are changing in an industry notorious for sticking to stereotypes. We look at a clutch of refreshing characters coming out of the Bollywood stable.

I was worried girls would hate me after Mardaani: Tahir Raj Bhasin

Tahir Bhasin says his biggest worry while doing Mardaani was that girls were going to hate him for his portrayal of man running a women trafficking gang. Bhasin's role of a suave villain, who matches his wits with Rani Mukerji's tough cop in the Yash Raj Movie, has received phenomenal response.

Hamari Adhuri Kahani is an intense love story: Vidya Balan

Versatile actress Vidya Balan is looking forward to shoot Mohit Suri's Hamari Adhuri Kahani. She says it would be her second intense love story after her debut film Parineeta. The film's shooting starts in October.

I have not been approached with good scripts: Sharman Joshi

Ahead of the release of his new film (slated to hit theatres alongside Shah Rukh Khan’s next), Sharman Joshi talks about the project, why he is disappointed on not being part of film-maker Rajkumar Hirani’s movie and more. 

The business of Bollywood is hero-centric: Bipasha Basu

Actress Bipasha Basu says the notion that the Hindi film industry is making more female-centric cinema now is not entirely true. She reveals her desire to do 'a film like Bridget Jones’s Diary'.

#ManwaLaage approaches three million hits in two days

The romantic song Manwa Laage, starring Shah Rukh Khan and Deepika Padukone in the forthcoming film Happy New Year is fastly approaching three million hits in two days.

Bollywood raves about Finding Fanny, will you like it as much?

Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor are upbeat about the project, thanks to the reactions that they are getting from their industry colleagues, who have seen special screenings of the film. From Amitabh Bachchan to Sonakshi Sinha Bollywood biggies have been going gaga over the film.

Ajay Devgn changes the release date of his upcoming film, averts clash with Akshay's movie

Lots of big ticket Bollywood films have made news in the recent past because their release dates invariably clash with those of other A-list actors. So, when Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar’s films were set to clash on June 6 this year, the former promptly moved the release of his film.
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