Talking about the ongoing tensions between India and Pakistan, Priyanka, whose late father Ashok Chopra was an army officer, said, that if someone needs to be hung, the one person that’s picked up is an artiste or a public person from the movie business. And that to her, is not
India is a vibrant democracy that was built and continues to flourish by accommodating differing viewpoints and informed debate. India should not be defined by the limited spectrum of understanding professed by groups that rely on strong-arm tactics. It’s a pity when a citizen is forced to profess his/her love
Karan Johar, I am sad that you surrendered to the forces of darkness and despotism.
Dear Karan Johar,
You don’t know me. As an introduction of sorts, let me tell you: I was the guy who many months ago wrote “Hang Ujjal Dosanjh for treason before charging Aamir Khan with sedition” in
She hasn’t got “even a single day off” since January even though she would like to “take a day off every week or a couple of leaves every month”. But Alia Bhatt is not complaining. The actor says having no work to do is worse. Here, the 23-year-old talks about
Though she will be seen in a de-glam avatar in her coming film Sarbjit, director Omung Kumar says Aishwarya Rai Bachchan agreed to be a part of it within 15 minutes.The film is based on Sarabjit Singh, an Indian national who was jailed in Pakistan on the charge of spying.
Ever since she signed her American TV show Quantico, which went on to become a hit, Priyanka Chopra has largely been stationed in the US and Canada. Of late, she has also been busy wrapping up her debut Hollywood film, an adaptation of the iconic TV show, Baywatch, which also
Kanika Kapoor has given her voice for a track of Udta Punjab which brings a dark story of prevalent drug menace in Punjab. And the singer says the song is different with a “dark and grungy” vibe to it. Asked to describe the yet unreleased track, Kanika said: “The music
A chance meeting between a mysterious woman and a champion event organiser leads to a crazy night spent mostly in a bathtub and partly on a couch. They are content, thinking their paths will never cross again. But they do, and the audience is also given a skewed feminism debate,
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A year after Rajat Rawail announced that he had plans to remake Kaalia (1981), the project has been shelved. Industry sources attribute it to the debacle of the Zanjeer remake last year.
A producer-distributor tells us that the