Arjun, Malaika click love-filled images of each other
Actors Arjun Kapoor and Malaika Arora clicked photographs of each other, giving a sneak-peek into their love-filled Sunday.
Anita Hassanandani enjoys juggling between two shows
Actress Anita Hassanandani is enjoying participating with husband Rohit Reddy on dance reality show "Nach Baliye 9" and hosting a live game show "Lagao Boli - Sabse Kam Sabse Anokhi".
Giorgia Andriani 'not acting' in 'Dabangg 3'
Many expected Giorgia Andriani to make her acting debut with her beau and actor-producer Arbaaz Khan's upcoming film "Dabangg 3", but she says she is neither acting in it nor performing on any special song.
Kovind meets Lata Mangeshkar at her residence
President Ram Nath Kovind has met Lata Mangeshkar at her residence here. The legendary singer said that she felt deeply honoured and humbled by the President's visit.
'Most Handsome Man' title not an achievement for Hrithik
Actor Hrithik Roshan probably scores 10 on 10 in the looks department, and it seems like a US-based agency has also noticed it.
Trying to be best version of me: Arjun Kapoor
Actor Arjun Kapoor says he is trying to be the best version of himself that his late mother Mona Shourie would have wanted him to be.
Robert De Niro greatest actor on earth, says Anupam
Veteran Bollywood actor Anupam Kher has wished his friend and "greatest actor on earth" Robert De Niro on his 76th birthday.
'Superhuman' Tiger Shroff 'deadlifts' 200 kg
Bollywood's action hero Tiger Shroff on Sunday stunned his friends and fans as he shared a video of him lifting 200 kg.
David Dhawan has given me maximum films, hits: Salman
Superstar Salman Khan says veteran filmmaker David Dhawan has given him the maximum films and hits.
Meet Hollywood's master of blood, gore, kills and chills
Alexandre Aja's love for horror made him dive deep into the genre and create hits like "The Hills Have Eyes", "Piranha 3D" and "Mirrors". The filmmaker says he initially thought that he would get over the genre, but is glad that his obsession with the genre is intact.
National Award will give me more courage to work hard: Shashwat Sachdev
Music Composer Shashwat Sachdev, who won the National Award for Best Background Music this year for "Uri: The Surgical Strike", says the prestigious honour will give him more courage to work harder in future projects.
Being an outsider, I have to work to pay bills: Amit Sadh
Bollywood actor Amit Sadh, who has recently seen in the digital film "Barot House", dismissed rumours that he has been cast in the biopic of mathematician Shakuntala Devi.
Hope B'Wood actresses can pull big crowds someday: Vidya Balan
In Bollywood, it is mostly the male superstar who is the crowd-puller of a film -- the primary draw whose name ensures blockbuster business.
You can't just stop being famous: Tabu
National Award-winning actress Tabu believes in living with her fame, and says that one can't just detach from it because fame becomes a part of one's personality.
There are days I can't detach from my roles: Kaya Scodelario
Actress Kaya Scodelario says there are days when she cannot detach herself from her onscreen persona, which she thinks is not at all healthy.
Lisa Haydon expecting second child
Model-turned-actress Lisa Haydon is expecting her second child.
'Chidiakhana' is for children, deserves 'U' rating: Director
"Chidiakhana" director Manish Tiwary is upset that he is caught up in battle with the censor board over the certification of his children's film.
Gerard Butler in awe of Morgan Freeman
Actor Gerard Butler says he was amazed to see the energy of 82-year-old Hollywood legend Morgan Freeman, while filming action scenes for their new film, "Angel Has Fallen".
I fly to other countries just to catch films: Anurag Kashyap
Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap says he has done stupid things for movies, and likes to fly all around the world just to catch a show of his favourite project.
Helmer dedicates Best Film 'Hellaro' to suppressed women
Not many knew the name Abhishek Shah outside the Gujarati film industry till the day before the National Film Awards were announced last week. Shah, who was better known as a casting director even within Gujarati industry, is now a celebrated name in film circles, after his debut directorial feature, "Hellaro", won Best Feature Film at the 66th National Film Awards.
People who said I don't deserve to be in films have retired: John
Actor John Abraham says the worst criticism he has faced since the time he entered Bollywood is that he doesn't "deserve to be in this industry".