NEW DELHI - Rajinikanth-starrer "Kaala" had a socio-political message on the plight of Dalits, but here's another "Kaala" -- a short film by Tarun Jain -- which aims to highlight the issue of racism in India, especially against Africans. "My film 'Kaala' is my response to the troubled nights and anger which pushed me every day to tell this story. It is a socio-political film about the uncompromising issue of racism in India.
NEW DELHI - His movement is limited, diet is restricted and he recognises only a few close ones. But as he turns 96 on Tuesday, Bollywood legend Dilip Kumar continues to get the love of his fans who have embraced his prolific performances in a glorious career that has earned such epithets like Indian cinema's 'Kohinoor' and 'Tragedy King'. Instead of having a glitzy affair, Dilip Kumar will be surrounded by his family members and....
NEW DELHI - Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan kept away from the social media for a very long time until joining Instagram earlier this year. She says the fact that people start seeing it as a "barometric reflection of your popularity or status" was a put off for her. The actress and former Miss World has spoken up about it for Conde Nast Traveller India, the 50th issue of which features her as the cover star.
NEW DELHI - Prime Minister Narendra Modi led a crowd in congratulating newly-married couple actress Priyanka Chopra and American singer Nick Jonas at their reception here on Tuesday. Modi arrived here amid tight security to be part of the special day of the actress, who first made India proud by winning the Miss World crown in 2000, and then became a leading Bollywood actress, followed by a rare successful crossover into Hollywood.
MUMBAI - Actor Vicky Kaushal says he got screwed early in his life, when he swallowed a nail. The actor recalled the incident when he became part of "No Filter Neha", read a statement. "I've got screwed in life quite early on. I was a kid, I was in school. I was in Punjab for my summer vacations. It was my mom, me and my younger brother. And there, the electricity used to go very often. It was evening and I still remember, it was a Saturday.
MUMBAI - Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha has praised veteran actress Zeenat Aman and said that she is a rare combination of beauty and intelligence. "Yesterday remembered our own Zeenat Aman. A rare combination of beauty and intelligence. Pretty, bold and one who broke all barriers with her modern approach to become the most popular leading actress in 1970s-1980s. She was loved by all....
MUMBAI - Known as a master of making violence-based movies in Hindi cinema, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap expressed his thoughts on violence staged in Hollywood, saying American movies dont really explore violence. According to Anurag, Hollywood movies focus more on commercialisation. "America is always middle of the ground, they always borrow from everywhere and make it more palatable and commercial but....
MUMBAI - Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who is a supporter of Smile Train India foundation, has said it is unfortunate that people connect cleft palate condition with superstition. Aishwarya was addressing the media on the birth anniversary of her father Krishnaraj Rai to announce a campaign with NGO Smile Train India, to create renewed awareness about cleft lip and palate, here on 20th Nov.
MUMBAI - Debutante Sara Ali Khan, daughter of Bollywood actors Saif Ali Khan and Amrita Singh, has a neutral approach towards competition with Janhvi Kapoor, who made her Bollywood foray with "Dhadak" earlier this year. Sara is stepping into the acting world with "Kedarnath". During the film's trailer launch here on Monday, Sara was asked if she feels the pressure to win the Best Debutant Award over Janhvi this year.
MUMBAI - Actor Ali Fazal immersed himself in his "Mirzapur" character Guddu Pandit by "chilling" at gun stores in Banaras. The actor, who has played sweet and boy-next-door characters earlier, has slipped into a deadly avatar for Amazon Prime Video Original and Excel Entertainment's crime thriller drama series "Mirzapur". To adapt the mannerisms of Guddu Pandit, who shoots without a thought, Ali explored local places in Banaras.