HindustanTimes Sun,28 Dec 2014


Mary Kom producers in talks with Manipur govt for film's release

Producers of Mary Kom in talks with officials in Manipur; hope to release the Priyanka Chopra-starrer movie desspite of ban on Hindi films in the state.

Finding Fanny book to hit stands next year

Homi Adajania's upcoming film Finding Fanny, which is set in Goa, was originally planned as a book. The book will now be published next year.

Mary Kom goes tax free in Uttar Pradesh

Announcing the tax exemption on Mary Kom biopic, an spokesperson of the UP govt said, "As the movie is based on life of boxer Mary Kom will be an inspiration for women of the state. The CM has decided to exempt it from entertainment tax."

English Vinglish second highest B'wood grosser in Japan

Even two years after the release of English Vinglish, Sridevi continues to rule box offices in Japan. This Sridevi’s film is the only female-centric movie to feature in the list of the top-five highest money-making Indian movies in the country.

Aamir Khan to donate Rs. 1.1 lakh for Mumbai film fest

Bollywood actor-producer Aamir Khan on Thursday said he is donating Rs.1.1 lakh towards supporting the Mumbai Film Festival, which is facing a funds crunch for its forthcoming 16th edition this year.

I know how to handle failures, will continue producing films: Shilpa Shetty

Bollywood actor-producer Shilpa Shetty chats up with HT candidly and speaks about her planms for producing movies after the failure of Dhishkiyaoon, her first venture, staying fit and more.

Will work with Parineeti soon: Priyanka Chopra

Recently  five men were arrested in Thiruvananthapuram,  Kerala for refusing to stand while the National Anthem was being played in a cinema hall. We ask Priyanka Chopra for her views on the controversy surrounding the same, and other topics like tax-free films.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan felicitate Rani Mukerji

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, along with the association of IAS officers, has invited Bollywood actor Rani Mukerji to felicitate her Mardaani.

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.

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.

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.

Ranbir Kapoor is an extremely important person in my life: Katrina Kaif

In an interview with HT, actor Katrina Kaif refers to her equation with Kapoor as 'our relationship' and claims that her wedding will never be a secret affair. She also says that Ranbir is a 'big part' of her life.

Censor board CEO arrested on bribery charges

The CBI said that the complainant, an authorised agent for censor certification, had approached the board on behalf of the producer of a regional language film for its early clearance.

Salman Khan holds special screening of Kick for hearing impaired

Even as his latest release -- Sajid Nadiadwala's directorial debut Kick -- continues to break records at the box office, the Dabangg Khan, alongwith INOX Movies, held a special screening of Kick -- with subtitles and sign languages incorporated, for the hearing impaired.

Dad often jokes that he was Shakespeare in his past life: Shahid Kapoor

My father (Pankaj Kapur) has done Shakespearean plays when he studied at the National School of Drama. He considers him the greatest writer ever, and even jokes that perhaps, in his last life, he was Shakespeare," says Shahid.
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