Papon steps down as judge on show

Singer Angarag Mahanta, popular as Papon, has decided to step down as a judge on the singing reality show "The Voice India Kids" after a complaint was filed against him for "inappropriately kissing" a minor.

Cinema has been a catalyst for Indian fashion: Nivedita Saboo

Ace fashion designer Nivedita Saboo feels that Indian cinema acts as a catalyst for the Indian fashion industry. She believes that since celebrities have a huge fan base, their favouring a designer's brand helps in getting it recognised.

DJs aren't taken seriously: Nucleya

DJ-music producer Udyan Sagar, popularly known as Nucleya, says that Indian DJs are not taken seriously and not given equal respect as that given to a singer in the Indian music scenario -- but things are changing.

Friendship with Kardashian 'one-sided', feels Jennifer Lawrence

Actress Jennifer Lawrence believes her friendship with reality TV star Kim Kardashian West is "one-sided" as she is a huge fan of the reality TV star.

I really want to be a legend: Shah Rukh Khan

Shah Rukh Khan, who is touted as one of the biggest superstars of the Hindi film industry, says he is done with the tag and now wants to be a legend.

Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham sues Viacom for $5 mn

After announcing that she was "moving on" from the MTV series "Teen Mom" last month, reality star Farrah Abraham is taking legal action suing parent company Viacom for $5 million.

Lyricist Manoj Muntashir defends Papon

While the rest of the entertainment industry remains silent on Papon's controversial kiss, lyricist Manoj Muntashir, whose poetry "Main Tujhse Pyaar Nahin Karta" which Papon sang in Neeraj Pandey's film "Baby", has come forward to defend the under-fire singer.

Witherspoon praises 'A Wrinkle In Time' for diversity

Actress Reese Witherspoon has praised "A Wrinkle In Time" director Ava DuVernay for representing different kinds of women within her movie.

Happy with the success of 'Padmaavat': Birthday boy Bhansali

"Padmaavat" has crossed Rs 270 crore at the Indian box office and director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who has turned a year older, feels more vindicated than elated.