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Gulzar says he’s done with films: Vishal Bhardwaj

Vishal, who is said to be close to the lyricist-poet, says he has tried a lot to convince Gulzar for filmmaking. Gulzar, however, feels he should foucs on the literary side as he cannot make films for long.

When Naseeruddin Shah ran away to Mumbai

A 16-year-old Naseeruddin Shah ran away to Mumbai, with dreams of stardom in his eyes. He managed to find work as an extra in films like Aman and Sapanon Ka Saudagar before finally being rescued by Dilip Kumar's family.

Actor Navdeep Singh makes directorial debut with Tanu Weds Manu sequel

Aanand L Rai, the director of Raanjhanaa, is set to produce his first film — Tanu Weds Manu 2. Interestingly, he has roped in actor Navdeep Singh, who was seen in Manorama Six Feet Under, for direction of the sequel.

Bollywood lauds India's date with the red planet

Bollywood's ecstatic on India's successful Mars mission. Amitabh Bachchan, and a number of other stars, have been tweeting congratulatory messages since morning.

Haven't found anything interesting in Hollywood yet: Hrithik Roshan

Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan keeps getting Hollywood offers, but says he hasn't found any interesting script yet. Reportedley, he has got five or six scripts from Hollywood.

Bang Bang is going to be the most 'paisa vasool' movie: Hrithik Roshan

With a body like a Greek god, and smile that makes girls swoon, Hrithik Roshan is one of the hottest B-town heartthrobs, despite being a father of two. In an interview with Brunch, he opens up about things that nobody knows about him.

It was a challenge to dance with Hrithik: Katrina Kaif

"Dancing with Hrithik was the biggest challenge. His flexibility is incredible. It is at a different level altogether. You have to be really good to match up to his energy. He has natural energy when he dances. It comes to him so effortlessly," she says.

Watch: Martin Sheen, Mischa Barton in Bhopal: A Prayer for Rain trailer

Hollywood actors Martin Sheen, Mischa Barton make their debut in Indian movies with Ravi Kumar's film on the 1984 Bhopal Gas Tragedy. The trailer promises a gripping take on one of the biggest man-made tragedies of all time.

Daawat-e-Ishq: Five reasons to watch it

Never mind what its box office collections eventually are or whether it will pass muster with the critics, the fact is that Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapur's Daawat-e-Ishq will work. Here are five reasons why.

Love jihad inspired by Bollywood? Five films that defy the perception

From rapes to 'love jihad', Bollywood's blamed for all things wrong in India today. If movies were really such a great influence, we give you five films everybody should watch on loop. Just to understand values such as 'peace, harmony and love'.

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.
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