I'm incapable of giving advice: Amitabh Bachchan
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who has shared screen space with his daughter Shweta for an ad, feels he is incapable of giving advice.
Harvey Weinstein surrenders over sexual misconduct charges
Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein, accused by over 60 women of sexual harassment, on Friday surrendered to police here to face charges of sexual misconduct.
An actor is never totally satisfied: Ram Kapoor
Actor Ram Kapoor has impressed many through his work in TV shows, web series and films, but he says an actor always wants to do more work.
My ups and downs have taught me about life: Anupam Kher
Actor Anupam Kher, who on Friday completed 34 years in Bollywood, says he learnt about life and showbiz with his "ups and downs".
Karan Johar celebrates 46th birthday in New York
In New York for his 46th birthday on Friday, filmmaker Karan Johar ensured his style quotient was up to the mark as he decked up in a black and white jacket for a terrace party he hosted for some friends. Back home, his brigade of Bollywood friends wished him love, joy and happiness.
Deepika Padukone's new obsession is running
Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone has accepted a fitness challenge by Olympic silver medallist P.V. Sindhu, and says her new obsession is running.
Navrasa Duende back with new edition of World Classic Movie Festival
Films by cinematic legends Ingmar Bergman, Akira Kurosawa and Satyajit Ray among others will be screened at the second edition of Navrasa Duende's World Classic Movie Festival from June 22-24 at the Siri Fort Auditorium here.
Pune company adds 3D thrills to Hollywood superhit 'Avengers: Infinity War'
A team of nearly 800 artists of Deluxe India here toiled for months to convert from 2D to breathtaking 3D effects the latest Hollywood magnum opus "Avengers: Infinity War", thrilling audiences globally, an official said here on Friday.
Nuclear tests were India's most defining moment: John Abraham"Vicky Donor" was on sperm donation, "Madras Cafe" was around the Sri Lankan civil war and "Parmanu - The Story of Pokhran" is on India's 1998 nuclear tests. The subjects may seem fit for documentaries, but actor John Abraham -- the common factor as the producer of the films -- says his motive is to make commercially entertaining, engaging and non-formulaic cinema.
Feminism is about opportunities being evenly distributed: Actor Oliver StarkOliver Stark calls himself a "feminist" and stands firmly behind the Black Lives Matter movement in the US. The British actor says feminism is all about giving everyone a fair chance to grow and get ahead in life.
I can do that: Danny Dengzongpa on leading life sans actingAt 70, Danny Dengzongpa has featured in hundreds of films in a career spanning almost five decades. The Bollywood baddie has no immediate plans to retire from acting, but he says it's something that he can live without.
Telugu actor Ram Charan wants to work with Rajkumar Hirani
Telugu actor-producer Ram Charan says he is ready to explore Bollywood and wishes to work with Rajkumar Hirani.
Jacqueline Fernandez to endorse wrist watches
Actress Jacqueline Fernandez has been announced as the brand ambassador for Casio's womens range of wrist watches -- Sheen, Baby-G and Enticer.
Morgan Freeman accused of sexual harassment, SAG reviewing honour
Legendary actor Morgan Freeman, who has been accused of sexual harassment by eight women, has apologised by saying he never "intended to make anyone uncomfortable". Following the allegations, the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) is in the process of determining if any action will be necessary regarding its lifetime achievement award recipient.
Sridevi's contribution to south cinema must not be underestimated: Nagarjuna
The death of the legendary Sridevi came as a blow to all her friends, fans and co-stars. Nagarjuna, who worked with her in Telugu and Hindi films, says Sridevis death served up a lesson to him and he feels her contribution to the southern film industry must not be underestimated.