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HindustanTimes Fri,26 Dec 2014

Television

Charlie Sheen to reprise Ferris Bueller's role in The Goldbergs

Hollywood actor Charlie Sheen will be seen reprising his role of 'boy in the police station' from the 1986 classic Ferris Bueller's Day Off in TV show The Goldbergs.

Nivriti Issar's insensitive tweet over Karishma's dad sparks outrage

Issar’s daughter’s scathing tweet about Tanna meets with strong disapproval on social media.

Never tweeted about Karishma's dad, says Puneet’s daughter

In a chat with HT, Puneet Issar's daughter Nivriti says was a fake account that tweeted insentively about Tanna's dad. She adds that has nothing against Karishma Tanna as it is the format of Bigg Boss that makes everyone lose cool, including her father.

Priyanka Chopra set to play lead in American TV series

After Kunal Nayyar garnered a large fan-following with The Big Bang Theory, Nimrat Kaur and Suraj Sharma starred in the latest season of Homeland, that’s currently on air in the US. Now, Priyanka Chopra joins their ranks with a show on American Broadcasting Company.

On popular demand, Neelu Waghela ditches plans of quitting Diya Aur Baati Hum

Neelu Waghela — all set to quit a TV show due to ill health — has now changed her mind on fans’ insistence. The actor says that the makers are cooperative and have reduced her shooting hours from 12 to 8.

Criminal Minds inspires another spin-off

CBS plans to draw upon the hit detective series and create a new drama which, if successful, could land a spot in the network's fall 2015 line-up.

Stigma attached to TV actors will soon be erased: Sandhya Mridul

Mridul, who’s made a comeback to the small screen after a huge gap, is glad that TV is evolving

Why TV stars find it so hard to make it big in Bollywood

As more TV actors bag lead roles in their film debuts, HT looks at the lure of Bollywood, and why it's hard for these stars to make an impact.

I'll talk about love when the right time comes: Mohit Raina

Says the god of small screen Mohit Raina on his rumoured relationship with actor Mouni Roy adding that all he's looking for now is a long vacation.

TV actors who were hurt on sets

While stunts build up the TRPs for any show, often actors end up hurting themselves while doing them. Here are a few instances of actors who recently got injured on the sets of their shows.

There should be no demarcation between TV actors and film actors: Seema Biswas

She made a name for herself with strong roles, in films like Bandit Queen (1994), Khamoshi (1996) and Company (2002). Now, as Seema Biswas gets ready for her TV debut, we chat with the actor about her upcoming work.

Million Dollar Bat: From Baseball to cricket and more

Titled Million Dollar Bat — a show designed along the lines of Million Dollar Arm that scouted for pitchers who ended up playing for Major League Baseball teams — is set to  introduce India to baseball and cricket to the US.

Bigg Boss 8: Will Ali be the new captain?

When Karishma is asked to name two people from the team, she lists Diandra and Ali. Diandra, she says, kept working through the day for the party despite being unwell, and adds that Ali was very good with his hospitality for the task.

Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons to star in next season of Fargo

Actors Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons will be seen in the second season of Noah Hawley's Fargo. The production will start in January and the 10-episodes series will be premiered on FX next year, said The Hollywood Reporter.

Bhabho aka Neelu Waghela quits Diya Aur Baati Hum

The actor, who played a pivotal role, exits popular show Diya Aur Bati Hum. Reports say she fainted on the sets of and quit her role due to health issues. Waghela, however, refused to talk about it at all.
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