MUMBAI - Celebrities including Amitabh Bachchan, Rishi Kapoor, Hema Malini and Priyanka Chopra sent out good wishes to their fans on the occasion of Mahashivaratri on Friday. Here's what the celebrities said: Amitabh Bachchan: Happy Mahashivaratri and prayers for peace and tranquility ever. Rishi Kapoor: Mahashivaratri ki badhai sab Shiv Bhakton ko (Wish every Shiva follower a very happy Mahashivaratri). Bam bam Hari Om.
MUMBAI - Sonu Sood, last seen in Jackie Chan-starrer "Kung Fu Yoga", on Sunday went down memory lane over the first train pass he had made when he started his journey as an actor in the city. "Found my train pass that I made when I came to Mumbai for the first time and started my journey as an actor. How time flies," Sonu tweeted. Along with the tweet, he also shared the image of the train pass.
WASHINGTON - Indian American singer Zeshan Bagewadi has repurposed George Perkinss 1970 song "Cryin in the streets" as a song for todays civil rights struggles, an American radio network reported. The original song was based on an observation of the Martin Luther King Jr's funeral, but Bagewadi echoed it as the reflection of his own experiences as a Muslim and Indian American. "I see somebody marching in the street.
MUMBAI - The heart-warming, real-life story of Indian-Australian businessman Saroo Brierley is being celebrated globally through the film "Lion", that has been winning awards and has earned several Oscar and BAFTA nominations. He says the success of the homecoming story is unimaginable and wants it to bring hope to those who may be going through what he did. "I am humbled and touched that the film has been chosen for six...
MUMBAI - National Award winning actress Kangana Ranaut will felicitate and interact with jawans at an Army camp in Jammu on Tuesday. She will also pay tributes at the martyrs' memorial. Kangana will be next seen as 'fearless Julia', a leading actress who travels, performs and entertains soldiers of the Indian British Army, in Vishal Bhardwaj's period drama "Rangoon". While shooting for "Rangoon", Kangana got a chance to understand...
MUMBAI - Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone has wished popular American talk show host Ellen DeGeneres on her birthday by calling her an "amazing person". Deepika, who made her Hollywood debut with "xXx: Return of Xander Cage" alongside Vin Diesel, appeared on DeGeneres's talk show "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" earlier this month. Deepika took to Twitter on Friday to wish DeGeneres, who turned 59 on Thursday.
MUMBAI - Hollywood action star Vin Diesel, who will be sharing the screen space with Deepika Padukone in "xXx: Return of Xander Cage", on Thursday praised his actress and called her "an angel with a beautiful soul". "I was waiting for the opportunity to come here. And she is the queen and angel who is such a blessing in my life. She has a such a beautiful soul. To be a part of the magic that is made on-screen is a blessing of my life,"
Kaabil is a small film with a big heart. And the trio behind it, director Sanjay Gupta and the father-son team of producer Rakesh Roshan and superstar Hrithik Roshan are constantly innovating what they put out, as far as their labour of love goes. The second trailer of the film in which Hrithik teams up with Yami Gautam is out now. The story of Kaabil is already known ... Hrithik Roshan and his love interest Yami Gautam are playing a...
LOS ANGELES - Popular American talk show host Ellen DeGeneres thinks Indian origin British actor Dev Patel should be named the sexiest man alive. He appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Friday to promote his film "Lion", and DeGeneres encouraged him to start a campaign for "Sexiest Man Alive", reports etonline.com. "Because you look so good, and people are saying you look buff and everything,
NEW DELHI - American actor Justin Hartley, who is currently seen in TV show "This Is Us", says he would love to share screen space with Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, and hopes she finds some time out from her busy schedule to make it a reality. Hartley knows about the world of Bollywood, but says his knowledge about Indian cinema is "unfortunately very little". He hopes that just like the increase in exchange of talent,