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  • My autobiography will make a great film: Sanjay Khan

    Mumbai: Sanjay Khan is excited about unveiling his autobiography, 'The Best Mistakes of My Life', which will take the readers to his world of films, family, his near-death accident and more. The veteran Bollywood actor says it will make a great book for movie adaptation.The book will have a grand...

  • 'Uri' will be a special film in my career: Yami Gautam

    New Delhi: Actress Yami Gautam, who is gearing up for the release of her forthcoming movie 'Uri', says it will be a special film for her career.'It's going to be one of the most special films of my career. The way Aditya Dhar has written and directed it and Vicky (Kaushal) and the entire cast has...

  • I'll always be loyal to Vineeth Sreenivasan: Nivin Pauly

    New Delhi: Actor Nivin Pauly says he will always be loyal to his 'guru' and filmmaker Vineeth Sreenivasan, who introduced him to the Malayalam film industry.Nivin had played one of the main roles in Vineeth's directional debut 'Malarvaadi Arts Club' in 2010. He made it big by playing the lead role...

  • You will never see anything like 'Tumbbad' again

    Film: Tumbbad; Starring: Sohum Shah, Mohd Samad, Director: Rahi Anil Barve, Anand Gandhi; Rating: **** ½(4 and a half stars)What on earth is this? This... this…magnificent creature masquerading as a movie haunts your senses for long after the closing images of raging destruction in the stunning...

  • Shekhar Kapur makes short film on water crisis

    New Delhi: Shekhar Kapur's 'Paani' might not have seen the light of the day, but that hasnt deterred him from making a film on water crisis.The filmmaker has collaborated with WaterAid to create a short animation 'Brides of the Well', adapted from a story written by Kapur himself. It highlights...

  • Daughter Shweta helps Big B choose right scripts

    Mumbai: Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan says his daughter Shweta Bachchan Nanda is a great help to him when it comes to choosing the right script to act in.Amitabh addressed the media at the launch of Shweta's debut novel 'Paradise Towers' here on Wednesday.He said Shweta is opinionated and a...

  • Dilip Kumar admitted to hospital for recurrent pneumonia

    Mumbai: Veteran actor Dilip Kumar was admitted to hospital Sunday.The 95-year-old actor is being treated for recurrent pneumonia.Kumar's family friend Faisal Farooqui share the news on the actor's official Twitter handle.'Want to inform you @TheDilipKumar has been admitted to hospital last night....

  • Shreyas excited about making debut in thriller space

    Mumbai: Actor Shreyas Talpade is excited about trying his hand at the thriller genre with 'Setters'. The socio-political thriller, directed by Ashwini Chaudhary, delves into the education and employment mafia in India. 'I am really excited about this film as it is the first time that I am...

  • I'm lucky to have a wife who doesn't spend much: Ajay

    Mumbai: Actor Ajay Devgn feels lucky to have actress Kajol as his wife as she doesn't spend much. The star couple shot for an episode of 'Indian Idol 10' where they played rapid fire and revealed some secrets, read a statement. When Ajay was asked who is the 'Singham' of the house, Kajol said...

  • 'Nota': Vijay Devarakonda shines in engaging political thriller

    Film: 'Nota'; Director: Anand Shankar; Cast: Vijay Devarakonda, Sathyaraj and Nassar; Rating: **** We have seen stars play the reluctant politician before. Ranbir Kapoor in Prakash Jha's 'Raajneeti' and Mahesh Babu in 'Bharat Ane Nenu' were forced to take charge of their father's political empire...

  • You won't see a better thriller than 'Andhadhun'

    Film: 'Andhadhun'; Director: Sriram Raghavan; Cast: Tabu, Ayushmann Khurrana, Radhika Apte, Zakhir Hussain, Ashwini Kalsekar, Manav Vij, Chaya Kadam, Anil Dhawan, Gopal K. Singh; Rating: *** Take a deep breath. Now, brace yourself for an experience that simultaneously defies and defines all the...

  • 'Sanju', 'Newton' nominated at Australian Academy awards

    Sydney: Indian films 'Sanju', 'Newton' and 'Gali Guleiyan' have been nominated for the Best Asian Film Award at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA). The Bollywood movies will be in contention with South Korea's '1987 When The Day Comes', 'The Bold, The Corrupt And The...