YAHAAN

  • Crime against women? Not about clothes, but dirty mindset, says Shishir Sharma December 9, 2014

    Actor Shishir Sharma, who played a national level coach in the popular biopic 'Mary Kom', will soon be seen in the prime time TV soap 'Shastri Sisters'. Even though he is playing a cameo in the show, he sounds upbeat about his role. In an interview with IBNLive.com, the actor...
  • Recreating era for 'Madras Cafe' was challenging: Shoojit Sircar August 21, 2013

    New Delhi: Establishing the time and era of the Sri Lankan civil war for 'Madras Cafe' was the most challenging part of making the forthcoming movie for director Shoojit Sircar. "Since the film is based on a serious subject like terrorism and civil war, the main challenge was to create that...
  • 'Madras Cafe' will relaunch Nargis: Shoojit Sircar July 20, 2013

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Shoojit Sircar has roped in Nargis Fakhri for 'Madras Cafe' and says that he is relaunching her in filmdom with his movie on terrorism. She made her Bollywood debut with hit musical romance 'Rockstar!' as a college going student. While her costar Ranbir Kapoor was praised for his performance...
  • Minissha Lamba: I hardly went to college March 23, 2012

    New Delhi: Actress Minissha Lamba, who started her acting career with 'Yahaan' in 2005, says she hardly attended classes during her college days. "I hardly went to college because I was too lazy. It was a girl's college, there were no boys, so there was no motivation. Also because I...
  • Shoojit Sircar to release documentary on Big B March 15, 2012

    Mumbai: Director Shoojit Sircar is putting together a documentary on Amitabh Bachchan, which he says reveals the megastar in moods never seen before. The film is based on the extensive tours of Gujarat that the director undertook with Big B, the brand ambassador of the state while shooting 14 films...
  • Cinema should be revived in Kashmir: Vidhu Vinod December 13, 2011

    Mumbai: Filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra has appealed to the Jammu and Kashmir government to revive cinema in the valley and reopen theatres there to provide young people a 'window to the world' besides an alternative to hatred and bloodshed, witnessed over the years. Few days back, Union Minister Farooq Abdullah had...