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  • Indians are not getting offended enough

    I am seriously offended because Indians are not getting offended enough about Bollywood movies. One "Padmavati" in a blue moon is definitely not enough to prove how offended we can get. Of late Bollywood movies have developed a habit of ridiculing and disrespecting our great Indian values and cultur...

  • I focus on things that matter, says Sonam

    New Delhi, Nov 22 (IANS) Actress Sonam Kapoor says she keeps herself away from the buzz on her personal life in the media by focusing on things that matter."By focusing on the things that matter - family, friends, Rheson (her clothing label) and my movies," Sonam told IANS in an email interview when...

  • Love India, but don't understand it any more: Aditi Rao Hydari

    Mumbai: With growing tension over filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali's "Padmavati", actress Aditi Rao Hydari has questioned why people don't express as much anger when women are violated in the country as they are showing towards the film.Aditi, who too will be seen in Bhansali's historical drama, says...

  • Great to be an Indian in the US right now: YouTube star Vidya Vox

    New Delhi: US-based YouTube star Vidya Vox says that, while growing up, she tried to shun her Indian heritage as she was often bullied in school. But she is now "100 per cent" proud of her roots and feels it is great to be an Indian in the US right now. Vidya Iyer, better known by her stage nam...

  • Lucky to have Manganiello as husband: Vergara

    London, Nov 22 (IANS) Actress Sofia Vergara says she considers herself lucky to have got husband Joe Manganiello as a reward.Vergara, who has been married to Manganiello since November 2015, gushed about her husband on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", reports dailymail.co.uk."I was so lucky. I must have ...

  • Selena Gomez's 'life-or-death' situation

    Los Angeles, Nov 22 (IANS) Singer Selena Gomez says she faced a "life-or-death" situation prior to her kidney transplant earlier this year.The 25-year-old singer received an organ from her friend Francia Raisa in a life-saving operation, which was needed as a result of her battle with Lupus.Gomez sa...

  • Ups and downs are part of life: Shraddha Kapoor

    Panaji, Nov 22 (IANS) Shraddha Kapoor's last few releases, including "OK Jaanu", "Half Girlfriend" and "Haseena Parkar", failed to elicit expected response. But the actress is not worried about failure and says ups and downs are part of life.She says her aim is to make everyone proud with her work. ...

  • Women are superior than men: SRK

    Mumbai, Nov 22 (IANS) Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who was present at the "Lalkaar" music concert to support the social campaign to eradicate violence against women, says women are superior to men and should be treated with equality.Shah Rukh also recited a poetry penned by renowned poet and ...

  • I have 100 stories: Natalie Portman on sexual harassment

    Los Angeles: Actress Natalie Portman says she has "100 stories" of sexual misconduct and harassment against her in Hollywood."When I heard everything coming out, I was like, wow, I'm so lucky that I haven't had this. And then, on reflection, I was like, okay, definitely never been assaulted, definit...

  • After HC ruling, 'S Durga' director thanks Sanal Kumar

    Mumbai: Film writer and editor Apurva Asrani on Tuesday said he is proud that filmmaker Sanal Kumar Sasidharan believed in his movie "S Durga" and fought for justice in having it screened at the 48th International Film Festival of India (IFFI).A single bench of the Kerala High Court has directed tha...

  • Karnataka CM tells Haryana to act against those threatening Deepika

    Bengaluru: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has urged the Haryana government to act against fringe elements threatening to bodily harm Bollywood actor Deepika Padukone for her lead role in Hindi film "Padmavati"."I have asked Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar to take strict action agai...

  • SRK at IFFI: Storytelling is incomplete without listener

    Panaji: Amid the raging "Padmavati" controversy as well as the row over exclusion of two films from a section of the 48th IFFI, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, through a mixture of symbolism and subtlety, spoke of cinema as a balm of love for dissent and a catalyst for unity, at the inauguration...