Taapsee revisits her school in Delhi
Actress Taapsee Pannu revisited her school here on Friday, urged students to balance their studies with extra-curricular activities and promoted self-defence classes in the institution.
Creative business is more risk taking: Sonam Kapoor
Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor, who has stepped into the business field along with her sister Rhea Kapoor to launch high street fashion brand Rheson, says a creative business like fashion is more risky as compared to a business of things for daily needs.
Ranveer injured on 'Padmavati' set, continues shooting
Ranveer Singh was injured on the head while shooting the climax of "Padmavati" here, a source close to the actor said, adding that he sought medical aid and returned to shoot soon after.
Zareen Khan to play law student
Actress Zareen Khan is ecstatic to play a law student in Vikram Bhatts "1921".
It's a test image: Hansal on Rajkummar's 'Bose' look
Filmmaker Hansal Mehta says the half bald image of Rajkummar Rao is not the final, but a test look for the web series "Bose". On his part, the actor has confirmed he has got his hair cut.
Javed Ali's new song an ode to love
Singer Javed Ali, known for tracks like "Ishaqzaade" and "Tum tak", has released a new single "Rangreziya", which is a tribute to love.
Improvising lines is natural for any actor: Kartik
"Pyaar Ka Punchnama" star Kartik Aaryan, who improvised his lines while shooting for his forthcoming film "Guest Iin London", says improvising is natural for actors.
The world's scariest actor, but not alwaysThis tall, imposing and deep-voiced actor's achievement lay not only in the over 300 onscreen appearances in a more-than-six-decade-long acting career, with a role almost every year, but that these usually included the characters deemed the epitome of evil, from Fu Manchu to the Wizard Saruman. But it was as Count Dracula that Sir Christopher Lee is most remembered.
No point criticising celebration of glamour at Cannes: Rajkummar
Actor Rajkummar Rao, whose movies often travel to film festivals, says there is no point cribbing about how the Indian focus at the 70th Cannes Film Festival is more on glamour and red carpet appearances than the celebration of cinema.
Not switching from Bollywood to Malayalam filmdom: Dino Morea
Actor Dino Morea, who is venturing into the Malayalam film industry with a cameo in Dulquer Salmaan's "Solo", says he isn't making a permanent switch.
Riteish Deshmukh emotional on dad's birth anniversary
On the 72nd birth anniversary of late former Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh, his actor son Riteish Deshmukh thanked his father for teaching him to smile in good and bad times.
Nigel has strong opinions on how he wants to make records: Roger Waters
Co-founder of the progressive rock band Pink Floyd, Roger Waters says record producer Nigel Godrich has very strong opinions about the way he wants to make records, and hes good at his job.
Designers should be in sync with global trends, says Rocky S
Popular designer Rocky S says it is important for the Indian fashion industry to evolve to ensure that designs are "in line with global trends".
Proud that people remember 'Mr. India': Boney Kapoor
Filmmaker Boney Kapoor feels proud that people still remember the hit 1987 movie "Mr. India".
Rosario Dawson in talks for 'X-Men: The New Mutants'
Actress Rosario Dawson is in talks to join "X-Men" spin-off "X-Men: The New Mutants".