Mumbai: Filmmaker Tigmanshu Dhulia, who has started working on the movie adaptation of writer Ashu Patel's book 'Madam X' based on the underworld, says he decided to make this film because of its 'interesting climax' and 'unique story'.
He says it is different from the regular underworld stories.
Mumbai: Stand-up comedian Sunil Grover, famous for essaying Gutthi on the small screen, will be seen in Bollywood movie 'Gabbar Is Back'. He hopes it opens the doors of the cinema world for him.
"I consider this film as a turning point in my career, and I hope this project is my gateway to films. I'm extremely nervous and looking forward to this film," Sunil told IANS.
Mumbai: Filmmaker Karan Johar has thanked his six million followers on micro-blogging site Twitter for "the love, the hate" and more.
"At 6 million today on Twitter....thank you for the love... the hate... the indifference and most of all the acknowledgement," Karan tweeted on Thursday.
New Delhi: Former 'Bigg Boss' contestant and model, who filed an FIR in Amba Mata police station in Udaipur, for sexual assault, has now given more insight about the whole incident that occurred during her stay in one of the five star hotels in Udaipur.
The actress has alleged that she was harassed during her stay there and two days before the sexual assault happened, her money and jewelleries were also stolen from inside the hotel room.
Mumbai: Indian filmmaker Neeraj Ghaywan's debut feature 'Masaan' has been chosen to be screened in the UnCertain Regard section of the 68th edition of the Cannes International Film Festival, it was announced in Cannes on Thursday.
"#Cannes2015 MASAAN (FLY AWAY SOLO) by Neeraj GHAYWAN #UnCertainRegard," read a tweet on the @Festival_Cannes Twitter handle, while the official press conference to announce the line-up for the gala was being held in Cannes.
Mumbai: The theatrical trailer of 'Dil Dhadakne Do' has been viewed over one million times on YouTube in less than 24 hours of its release online, and the numbers are only growing with plaudits from commoners as well as celebrities.
The Zoya Akhtar directorial is about a dysfunctional Punjabi family on a cruise across the Mediterranean.
New Delhi: Preity Zinta loves to shake a leg, but dancing to item numbers in films is not what the actress is aiming for.
Asked if she would like to do another item number after 'Happening' from Salman Khan-starrer 'Main Aurr Mrs Khanna' (2009), Preity told IANS: "The only reason I did the last item number is because I love Salman and he is my buddy. I would do anything for him."
As the debate over moves made by the censor board rages, filmmakers, actors and other prominent voices have spoken vehemently about the importance of the freedom of expression. South Indian Director Mani Ratnam said, "Censorship should also adapt as industry matures. Filmmakers should enjoy liberty as other artists do."
Bengaluru: Actress, director and social activist Nandita Das says social media is a great emerging platform that must be used judiciously instead of indulging in advocacy.
"...I think we have to fight our battles and not just scream and shout about everything," the actress, who recently was the target of attack by the twitteratti over her alleged
Attending Grazia Young Fashion Awards 2015, Priyanka Chopra made a stunning appearance in a black coat-dress by Ashi Studio. She teamed up the outfit with a pair of black Dior pumps. Tying her hair in a side bun, she finished the look with purple lips. She looked every inch the fashionista in the black coat-dress and we are swooning over this look of PeeCee.