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Tuesday 7 January '14Naseeruddin Shah lashed out at 'Bhaag Milkha Bhaag', calling it and Farhan Akhtar's performance, "fake".
Tuesday 7 January '14An official confirmation of the announcement is still pending.
Tuesday7 January '14The film is said to be a remake of Subhash Ghai musical blockbuster 'Hero'.
Tuesday7 January '14Neeraj Pandey will direct and also co-produce the venture with Vikram Malhotra.
Monday6 January '14A R Rahman's son shares his father's birth date.
Monday6 January '14Hema Malini is busy with her daughter Ahana's upcoming wedding.
Monday6 January '14The film is said to be a Hindi version of 'Kochadaiiyaan'.
Saturday4 January '14For 'Happy New Year', it is Deepika Padukone who is enjoying the top billing in the publicity material and promotional campaign.
Saturday4 January '14Suniel Shetty's father got his left side paralysed after suffering a massive stroke recently.
Saturday4 January '14At the end of the year Sonu Sood's posh automobile went up in flames.
Saturday4 January '14It is confirmed that John Abraham and Priya Runchal tied the knot at a rather private ceremony in Los Angeles this New Year.
Saturday4 January '14Aamir Khan talks about the success of 'Dhoom 3' and the new season of 'Satyamev Jayate'.
Saturday4 January '14Amit Sadh: I waited so long for good things to happen to my career.
Saturday4 January '14Vashu Bhagnani: I've never met anyone as kind and generous as Farooq Saab.
Saturday4 January '14'Haider' is an Indian onscreen adaptation of the popular novel 'Hamlet'.
Friday3 January '14A documentary film on the team KKR is on the cards.
Thursday2 January '14Farhan Akhtar and Arjun Rampal will star in the sequel to the music based film 'Rock On'.
Thursday2 January '14According to Tanishaa, her family is not sulking for her proximity to Armaan Kohli in 'Bigg Boss'.
Thursday2 January '14Armaan Kohli has found a new way of entering the glam world.
Wednesday1 January '14'Nayak' remains as one of the milestones of Anil Kapoor's career.
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