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  • Celina Jaitly: 'No Entry 2' will be very funny April 28, 2014

    New Delhi: Bollywood actress Celina Jaitly, the goodwill ambassador of United Nations' Free and Equal Campaign, says her debut single on the rights of homosexuals gave her a unique opportunity to help the community. Celina, 32, a leading voice for the rights of the LGBT community in India, has...
  • I'm re-writing 'No Entry' script for Bipasha Basu: Anees Bazmee March 8, 2014

    Mumbai: Director Anees Bazmee is re-writing the script of a sequel to his 2005 hit comedy 'No Entry' to fit in actress friend Bipasha Basu. Currently, Anees is working on 'Welcome Back' but he is rewriting certain portions to the script of 'No Entry Mein Entry'. "Bipasha's role ended in...
  • Shaadi Ke Side Effects: Raising a toast to fidelity February 28, 2014

    New Delhi: We have had Bollywood make fun of marriage too many times now. And in most cases, the jokes have been clichéd and to a point of being regressive. From 'No Entry' to 'Masti' to the horrid 'Grand Masti' all have highlighted the side effects of being a married...
  • Can 'The Good Road' make it to the last 5 at the Oscars? November 24, 2013

    Panaji: The New York-based BGP Film has picked up north American rights to Gyan Correa's 'The Good Road', a report said Sunday. The movie is India's official entry to the foreign language category of the Academy Awards, Screen At Film Bazaar said. Launched by former New Line executive Bill Straus, BGP...
  • 'The Good Road' has a unique narrative: Ajay Gehi November 20, 2013

    New Delhi: Model-turned-actor Ajay Gehi, seen in a pivotal role in the Gujarati movie 'The Good Road', India's official entry to the best foreign film category section at the Oscars this year, is sure that it will embark on the road to glory. "I'm confident about 'The Good Road' as its...
  • 'The Good Road' now belongs to the audience: Gyan Correa October 3, 2013

    New Delhi: Debutant director Gyan Correa's film 'The Good Road' is India's Oscar entry this year. The Film Federation of India selected 'The Good Road' despite a stiff competition from films like 'The Lunchbox' and 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag'. Gyan Correa explains the idea and inspiration behind 'The Good Road' in...
  • The Lunchbox: Oscar report came as a surprise, says Nimrat Kaur September 25, 2013

    Mumbai: Actress Nimrat Kaur, who debuted with 'The Lunchbox', said the report that the film was being considered for an Oscar nomination came as a surprise. "Our film was released on Friday and the news came out on Saturday... I was too distracted with the feedback we were getting for our...
  • 'The Lunchbox' had a strong chance at the Oscars: Nimrat Kaur September 23, 2013

    New Delhi: Adulation and love have been pouring in for newcomer Nimrat Kaur ever since her film 'The Lunchbox' released in India. "People have embraced the film with so much love. I watched two shows with the audience and the response post the screening was absolutely wonderful," said the actress over...
  • Let's help market 'The Good Road': Shoojit Sircar September 23, 2013

    Mumbai: 'Vicky Donor' director Shoojit Sircar feels that the film fraternity should show support to India's official entry into the Oscars, 'The Good Road'. The director said that it is important that the Gujarati film is marketed well. "I think now the film fraternity should collect lots of money and contribute...
  • 'The Good Road' producer thinks it can make it to top-five September 23, 2013

    Mumbai: Producer-cinematographer Amitabh Singh is elated that his film "The Good Road" is India's official entry to Oscars next year and thinks that it stands a good chance to be in the top five. "We couldn't believe this... It is a dream come true. It took a while for us to...
  • India's Oscar entry 'The Good Road': 10 unknown facts September 21, 2013

    New Delhi: Debut feature filmmaker Gyan Correa's 'The Good Road' will represent India at the Oscars this year. The film was picked by a committee appointed by the Film Federation of India (FFI), which was led by celebrated Bengali filmmaker Gautam Ghose. Here is a list of 10 unknown facts...
  • AMU restricts entry of outsiders to campus August 19, 2013

    The Aligarh Muslim University authority has restricted entry of outsiders to campus and asked students and staff members to produce identity card at all entry points. "The restriction has been imposed to keep a check on anti-social elements, who in the past had frequently sneaked into the campus and posed a...
  • Lava 3G 356, 3G 402 smartphones launched at Rs 4,499 and Rs 5,499 August 14, 2013

    New Delhi: Lava has announced the launch of its two new entry-level 3G handsets - the Lava 3G 356 and Lava 3G 402 - which are priced at Rs 4,499 and Rs 5,499, respectively. The Lava 3G 356 is powered by a dual-core processor and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean...
  • Intex launches Cloud X3 with 1GHz dual-core processor at Rs 3,790 July 26, 2013

    New Delhi: The specifications that went into what we once considered to be a mid-level smartphone are now available in entry level phones at prices that not too long ago could buy only a feature phone. Indian electronics brand Intex has announced the launch of its 3.5-inch Intex Cloud X3...
  • US: Woman arrested after jumping over White House fence June 27, 2013

    Washington: The US Secret Service says a woman is under arrest and in police custody on Wednesday after jumping over the White House fence during a protest. A Secret Service spokesman identified the woman, who wore an orange jumpsuit, as Diane Wilson. She was charged with unlawful entry and handed...
  • I've postponed my film on Salman's request: Boney Kapoor May 29, 2013

    Mumbai: Producer Boney Kapoor, who had booked Salman Khan's time to shoot 'No Entry Mein Entry', has relinquished his dates to allow filmmaker Sooraj Barjatya to make his film with the actor. 'No Entry Mein Entry' is the sequel to the 2005 film 'No Entry'. Last week while Boney was in Europe,...
  • Court orders Google to remove autocomplete entries from search May 14, 2013

    Berlin: A top German court has ordered Google Inc. to act on requests to remove autocomplete entries from the search engine after a suit claimed the feature made defamatory suggestions. The Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe upheld a complaint from an unidentified company selling nutritional supplements and its founder, identified...
  • Lara Dutta: Waiting for 'No Entry' sequel to start April 13, 2013

    New Delhi: Model-actress Lara Dutta is keen to return on the sets of 'No Entry' sequel. 'No Entry Mein Entry', a sequel to the hit 2005 comedy, will be directed by Anees Bazmee and produced by Boney Kapoor. It is expected to go on the floors by the end of...
  • Nokia 105: Nokia launches cheapest entry level handset at Rs 1,249 April 10, 2013

    Hyderabad: Mobile phone maker Nokia today announced the launch of its most affordable handset - Nokia 105 - in the Indian market aimed at first time buyers. Priced at Rs 1,249, the phone is a colourful introduction to the Nokia range for first time buyers and is lowest priced colour...
  • Miss India 2013 Tweets: Navneet Kaur's journey to the crown March 25, 2013

    New Delhi: The Miss India competition is completing 50 years in 2013, so the organisers wanted to make it a pan India event in true senses and thus they took extra in selecting girls from every corner of India. Auditions were held at Pune, Goa, Indore, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chandigarh and...
  • Watch: Police thrash man for driving through no-entry zone March 12, 2013

    New Delhi: In a case of police brutality, policemen in Bokaro, Jharkhand, beat up a man on Monday after he allegedly drove his bike through a no-entry zone. Police officers pulled the man from his bike, surrounded him and beat him in the middle of the road. Police authorities say the matter...
  • Will definitely be a part of 'Mr India 2': Sridevi March 9, 2013

    New Delhi: Having made a successful comeback on the big screen last year with 'English Vinglish' after a gap of 15 years, actress Sridevi is now excited to be part of the sequel to her 1987 hit film 'Mr India'. The superhero film was directed by Shekhar Kapur and starred...
  • I was big 'dramebaaz' as a kid: Bipasha Basu March 9, 2013

    Mumbai: Actress Bipasha Basu, who will soon be seen in horror flick 'Aatma', says as a kid, she was a big "dramebaaz" (drama queen). "I used to cry and shout for everything. My mom knew that I am a big dramebaaz. So, I used to shout for whatever I needed," the...
  • Boney Kapoor to produce 'No Entry' remake in Bengali January 14, 2013

    Kolkata: Bollywood producer Boney Kapoor will debut in the Bengali film industry by producing the remake of his own 2005 superhit Hindi comedy 'No Entry'. "Jeet, Sahara and I will be soon doing a film and that will be No Entry," Kapoor said at the music launch of Bengali film...
  • India to adopt liberal visa policy with Bangladesh December 4, 2012

    Dhaka: India would adopt a liberal visa policy to boost economic partnership and encourage Indian business to invest in Bangladesh to address the imbalance in trade and reap mutual benefit. "As a step towards showing India's commitment to joining hands with Dhaka in giving a boost to the economic prosperity of...
  • No Entry Mein Entry: Bazmee awaits Salman's dates November 13, 2012

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Anees Bazmee, who is gearing up for the sequel to 'No Entry', says he is waiting to get actor Salman Khan's date for the movie, which is likely to go on floors in 2013. "'No Entry Mein Entry' is my priority right now. I am waiting to get...
  • No Entry Mein Entry: Salman, Anil, Fardeen return November 7, 2012

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Anees Bazmee, currently busy with 'No Entry' sequel, plans to unite with Sohail Khan for a southern remake. "I was in Cochin and I just had a causal chat with Sohail Khan. If things fall in place, then we both will collaborate and make a film together. But...
  • Protests erupt as Haji Ali bans entry of women November 6, 2012

    Mumbai: In a surprising and controversial move, Mumbai’s Sufi shrine Haji Ali Dargah Trust has barred women from entering the sanctum sanctorum that houses the tomb of the 15th century Sufi saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari. The trust management also declared that the decision is irrevocable. The decision has evoked...
  • Nine leading ladies in 'No Entry Mein Entry' July 23, 2012

    Mumbai: 'No Entry' director Anees Bazmee says there will be nine leading actresses in the sequel to his 2005 hit comedy film. "We will have nine actresses in our film, but we have not finalised who all will be doing it," Bazmee told IANS. "As far as the leading men are concerned,...