MUMBAI - Harshvardhan Kapoor is not bogged down with his debut film "Mirzya" failing to make a mark at the box-office. The actor accepts the failure, and says that the movie is not for everybody. "Well, obviously 'Mirzya' didn't do well at the box-office which is fine. It's not a film for everybody," Harshvardhan said. He added: "Every film has its own destiny. I feel 'Mirzya' is a work of art. It is a beautiful film and it will find its place in course of time."
MUMBAI - Actor Riteish Deshmukh, who has two sons, says it took some time for him and his wife Genelia to get on the right path during her pregnancy due to myths and wrong perceptions. "Even when we (Riteish and Genelia) were going through that phase, we used to have different facts in our mind about certain things related to pregnancy. However, after meeting a good doctor our thoughts got a right path," Riteish said.
NEW DELHI - Indian actress Priyanka Chopra, who features in American TV series "Quantico", says she has been always "apolitical" but finds it "extremely cool" that there is a female presidential candidate for the US though its sad that this is considered "progressive". In an interview to Suketu Mehta for Conde Nast Traveller India's October 2016 issue, Priyanka was asked if she thinks the US is as open a country,
LAHORE - Pakistani star Fawad Khan, condemned for being mum on the Uri terror attack which led to heightened tensions between India and Pakistan, on Friday said he is praying for "a more peaceful world". After the killing of 19 Indian soldiers, most of the popular Pakistani artistes had maintained silence on the matter. After a long wait, Fawad has broken his silence. In a Facebook post, Fawad,
MUMBAI - Actress Kangana Ranaut, who unveiled the title track of "Tutak Tutak Tutiya" on Monday, says she is a big fan of Tamannaah Bhatia who stars in the film. "I think the film is going to be full of fun. This is a comedy horror film which is amazing because we either make comedy or horror. Its nice that its something every new. I think quite a cocktail of feelings it's going to be," said Kangana at the event here.
MUMBAI - Filmmaker Shoojit Sircar got extremely emotional with the kind of appreciation his film "Pink" has received and requests everyone not to ask about the "box office collection" of the film. Sircar, along with his entire team of the film, interacted with the media on Monday afternoon for a discussion about the film. "I am thankful to everyone who has liked the film. We wanted people to see the film before and then talk to them...
THIMPHU - Actor Tabu, who got rave reviews for movies like "Fitoor", "Drishyam" and "Maqbool" says she wants to essay the role of a warrior. Speaking at a packed session at the seventh edition of the Mountain Echoes Literary Festival here, the actor, known for her powerhouse performances, said that she can do justice to such a role. "I want to do the role of a warrior and I am sure I will look good in that role," said Tabu.
NEW DELHI - She has mimicked her father and actor Shatrughan Sinha on screen several times, but Sonakshi Sinha's fans might have to wait for the family to get together in front of the camera. Apart from her father, even her mother Poonam Sinha and brothers Luv and Kush too are in showbiz. The actress says they are waiting for the right script to get together professionally. "We are waiting for the right script.
MUMBAI - Actor-producer Ritiesh Deshmukh said after the narration of the script of his forthcoming movie "Banjo", that he fell in love with the story and the character. "While I was narrated the script I fell in love with the film's storyline and the character...You listen to the story first then if the character is also good then it interests us. Me and Ravi (Jadhav) both are good friends. After 'Balak-Palak', we wanted to work together and...
ADELAIDE - Veteran actor Anupam Kher is set to star in his 501st film, titled “Hotel Mumbai”, which also stars Jason Isaacs, Armie Hammer and Dev Patel. “Hotel Mumbai” is based on a true story of victims and survivors of the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai. Parts of the film will be shot in the south Australian city of Adelaide. The film talks about people of all races, colours and creeds binding together in a fight for survival.