Namita Nivas The Indian Express Group
Friday 3 January '14'Heropanti' is an action love story starring Jackie Shroff's son Tiger.
Friday 29 November '13Director Anil Sharma claims 'Singh Saab The Great' has scored better as it is Sunny Deol’s comeback solo film.
Friday22 November '13Saif Ali Khan said he would love to travel to Italy as "It's a beautiful city."
Friday8 November '13Amitabh Bachchan will give voice to Bheeshma Pitamaha.
Friday11 October '13Sujoy Ghosh has now signed up a film with Balaji Motion Pictures Ltd.
Friday4 October '13Her mother Sharmila Tagore was one of the first rule breakers of the film industry who dared to wear a bikini in her film
Friday4 October '13Sharman Joshi has three releases lined up next year.
Friday13 September '13King Khan reminiscing about his childhood days spent in Mangalore during the promotions of Chennai Express looked contrived.
Friday21 June '13Neither was Athiya Shetty, says filmmaker Subhash Ghai.
Friday26 April '13Suriya performs hair raising stunt for Singham 2 in Malaysia.
Friday26 April '13Amol Palekar on his first directorial attempt at comedy with We Are On ... Houn Jao De.
Friday26 April '13Prem Chopra is to play the role of Pt. Govind Vallabh Pant in a film titled Jai Jawan Jai Kisan.
Friday26 April '13Bangla film director Buddhadeb Dasgupta is busy with his next film.
Friday26 April '13Bombay Velvet to be shot in Mumbai and Sri Lanka from June.
Friday8 February '13Breaking 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
Friday8 February '13Sri lankan beauty Jacqueline Fernandez is in high spirits these days and cannot stop smiling.
Friday8 February '13Kishore Kadam is a name that has been synonymous with meaningful cinema, in both Hindi and Marathi.
Friday8 February '13Winning the 19th Annual Colors Screen award has boosted the morale of the young actors.
Friday8 February '13The ban on Kamal Haasan’s film Vishwaroopam in Tamil Nadu by the State Government opened a can of worms.
Friday8 February '13Salman Khan had seen Mahesh Manjrekar’s two Marathi films, Mee Shivajiraje Bhosale Boltoy and Shikshanachya Aaicha Gho.
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