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Om Puri to play Pakistan General Kayani in a film on Malala Yousafzai

Friday 13 December '13

Om Puri will be seen playing the role of Pakistan’s General Kayani in a film based on the life of Malala Yousafzai.
Will Deepika Padukone be Salman Khan's Suman in Sooraj Barjatya film?

Friday 15 November '13

Ever since Sooraj Barjatya announced his film with Salman Khan, rumour mills were abuzz about who will play the female lead opposite him
Nandita Das Goes International

Friday 11 October '13

The actor plays a Bollywood star in a Spanish film.
Salman Khan's legal case will not affect his film with Barjatyas

Friday 5 July '13

With the legal sword dangling over Salman Khan’s head in the 2002 hit-and-run case which resulted in the death of a pavement dweller, the fate about his forthcoming films which the actor has signed re...
Commando 2 will not have Akshay Kumar

Friday 14 June '13

Akshay Kumar was a likely choice to play the lead in the film along with Vidyut Jammwal.
The week that was

Friday 8 February '13

Breaking his silence over the article that he had written for New York Times, Shah Rukh Khan said that he was safe and happy in India and this is his home
Racing ahead

Friday 8 February '13

Sri lankan beauty Jacqueline Fernandez is in high spirits these days and cannot stop smiling.
Ayushmann Khurrana plays a theater director in Nautanki Saala

Friday 8 February '13

Ayushmann Khurrana made a mark with his acting prowess as a sperm donor in his debut film Vicky Donor.
Creating new boundaries

Friday 18 January '13

Introducing a new award segment for best foreign film would be a welcome move, feels film-maker Madhur Bhandarkar.
A love ballad

Friday 18 January '13

Krishna Priya epitomises the sublime love, which Meerabai nurtured in her heart for Lord Krishna.
The road story

Friday 18 January '13

Bhojena Shey Bhojena is the first Bangla film, which has been shot extensively on real locations in Kolkata.
Breaking the language barrier

Friday 18 January '13

Working in regional films keeps you busy, says Vishaka Singh.
PVR to release animation film Adventures of Sinbad

Friday 18 January '13

After the immensely popular television serial, Dastaan-e-Hatimtai, director Afzal Ahmed Khan turns producer with two animation films.
Singer-lyricist Jayashree nominated at the Oscars for Life...

Friday 18 January '13

Bombay Jayashree has been nominated in the Best Original Song category for the Pi lullaby in Ang Lee’s Life of Pi.
The winner takes it all

Friday 4 January '13

The workplace has turned into a beehive of activities as D-day looms large on the horizon.
2013 forecast: The stage ahead

Friday 4 January '13

Nadira Babbar’s Ekjute is preparing to stage three new plays encompassing different genres this year.
Anita Hassanandani’s first at silent comedy

Friday 21 December '12

Anita Hassanandani is back after a break of one year, but this time she is attempting to explore her comic side
Recreating an era

Friday 14 December '12

Is what director Gajendra Ahire attempts with his film Touring Talkies that premiered at the recent Internationa Film Festival of Kerala
A heady mix: Is it important to be a trained actor asked Reeth Mazumdar

Friday 14 December '12

Having made her mark on the global circuit, Reeth Mazumder is excited about her Bengali film
Isha Koppikar makes her Marathi film debut

Friday 14 December '12

The film which is a social drama, depicts the life of a happy-go-lucky couple.

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