D'Souza started his TV journey with the first season of Dance India Dance as a mentor in 2009.
Jeremy Clarkson was fired from the BBC for physically attacking a member of Top Gear's production staff in March.
After being bed-ridden for a few days, Kapil Sharma is back at doing what he does best -- comedy. However, the fans of Comedy Nights with Kapil have to wait a little more as the star is on tour at present.
Director Anurag Basu’s wish to adopt Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore’s stories for the small screen has been fulfilled with a new show titled Stories By Rabindranath Tagore on Epic channel.
Conan O'Brien seems to be the butt of the joke as he is facing plagiarism charges from a Twitter user for stealing jokes.
The 29-year-old says that this time off from the genre is required to recuperate.
TV actor Drashti Dhami, who tied the knot with Mumbai- based businessman Neeraj Khemka earlier this year, says that she’s in the happiest phase of her life.
British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, is all set to take on a new challenge in the form of a new medieval fantasy television show by Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter called The Bastard Executioner.
If you are an avid follower of USA Network's legal drama Suits, you would have been pleasantly surprised on seeing Donna in Harvey Spectre's bed with Travis Tanner in the latest episode. But of course, it was only Harvey dreaming it all.
New York based comedian Jason Saenz is going about putting up hilarious posters on how confused the new season of True Detective has left him.
Irfan said that his earnings from the show will go to his cricket academy, a self-funded project for underprivileged children.
“I fractured my nose while rehearsing on Thursday (July 23). It was a freak accident. I dashed into my choreographer Deepak,” she says.
From hard-hitting reality series to interactive stand-up comedy acts, we look back at 10 shows on the small screen that gave the tube a makeover.
Kapil Sharma gets 10/10 for changing the rules of the comic genre on television, and creating a show that appeals to the masses and classes alike
Actor Rashami Desai, who is a well-known face on television, thanks to her performance in shows such as Uttaran and Meet Mila De Rabba, says that she will not opt for any melodramatic roles in the future. The actor instead wants to take up something more realistic.