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Kangana is like a true goddess on sets: Jisshu Sengupta Kangana is like a true goddess on sets: Jisshu Sengupta




Mumbai,  Bengali actor Jisshu Sengupta, who is part of "Manikarnika", says actress Kangana Ranaut is like a true goddess on the movie set.

Jisshu has already completed the first schedule of the film here and will join the team in Bikaner towards the end of the month. He plays Gangadhar Rao.

Shilpa Shinde most talked about 'Bigg Boss 11' contestant on Twitter Shilpa Shinde most talked about 'Bigg Boss 11' contestant on Twitter




Mumbai,  Actress Shilpa Shinde, who won the reality show "Bigg Boss 11", was the most talked about contestant of the season on Twitter.

Twitter recorded over 41 million tweets in the course of the show (October 1, 2017 - January 15, 2018). This makes ‘#BiggBoss11' the most talked about season of the popular reality show to date, read a statement issued on behalf of the micro-blogging site.

Salman Khan wishes luck to Zareen Khan for '1921' Salman Khan wishes luck to Zareen Khan for '1921'



Mumbai,  Superstar Salman Khan has wished good luck to actress Zareen Khan for her latest film "1921".

"All the best Zareen Khan for '1921'. You are looking very pretty, but the trailer is scary," Salman tweeted on Friday, urging his Twitter followers to watch the Vikram Bhatt directorial.

Zareen, who is essaying the role of a ghost-whisperer in the horror film, made her debut in Bollywood alongside Salman in the film "Veer" and shared screen space with the "Dabangg" star in "Ready".

New faces ready to take over Bollywood in 2018 New faces ready to take over Bollywood in 2018


New Delhi,  From star children like Sara Ali Khan and Janhvi Kapoor to television stars like Ankita Lokhande and Mouni Roy and newcomers like Banita Sandhu -- there are a lot of fresh faces who are going to begin their Bollywood innings this year.

* Janhvi Kapoor: Daughter of veteran actress Sridevi and producer Boney Kapoor, Janhvi is set to step into showbiz with "Dhadak", backed by filmmaker Karan Johar. The film, an adaptation of the acclaimed Marathi film "Sairat", is slated to release on July 6. Sridevi had told IANS that Jhanvi is ready to face the challenges of Bollywood as she has seen her mother and knows what she is getting into.

Naseeruddin, Mithun in film on Shastri Naseeruddin, Mithun in film on Shastri




Mumbai, On Lal Bahadur Shastri's 52nd death anniversary on Thursday, filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri announced he has roped in veteran actors Naseeruddin Shah and Mithun Chakaraborty for a movie on the former Prime Minister's controversial death.

The investigative thriller film is titled "The Tashkent Files".

Kamal says taking time to launch party to avoid mistakes Kamal says taking time to launch party to avoid mistakes


Chennai,  Giving a cinema analogy, actor Kamal Haasan, who has announced his entry into politics, said on Thursday that like in cinema, in politics also there is a fear that a rival can run away with your script and produce a film before he can do it -- in what is seen as a veiled reference to his longtime friend and superstar Rajinikanth.

The PropheC launches Punjabi-pop song 'Vibe' The PropheC launches Punjabi-pop song 'Vibe'



New Delhi, Canadian singer Neal Chatha, who goes by the stage name The PropheC, launched a Punjabi-pop track titled "Vibe" on Thursday.

The song was launched for audio streaming service Saavn as part of its Artists Originals initiative.

The PropheC said in a statement: "The inspiration behind the song 'Vibe' was to make something current with a more atmospheric and wavy sound. I wanted to showcase my ability to do different flows while maintaining my signature sound.

Parineeti Chopra in lead role in 'Kesari' Parineeti Chopra in lead role in 'Kesari'



Mumbai, Parineeti Chopra has been locked as the lead actress of Akshay Kumar-starrer "Kesari". She is excited to be part of the project.

Producer Karan Johar made the announcement via Twitter on Wednesday.

'Mohalla Assi' gets 'A' certificate, to release soon 'Mohalla Assi' gets 'A' certificate, to release soon


Mumbai, Hindi movie "Mohalla Assi" has received an 'A' certificate -- with one cut -- for release from the censor board after a battle that lasted almost two years. The producer is hopeful to release it before the festival of colours

300 cuts in 'Padmavat'? Untrue, says CBFC chief 300 cuts in 'Padmavat'? Untrue, says CBFC chief



Mumbai,  Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) chairperson Prasoon Joshi on Tuesday refuted a report that the "modifications" demanded by the censor board in the historical drama, has resulted in 300 cuts.

"The makers have submitted the final film with agreed five modifications which has already been communicated and a U/A certificate has been been given to the film. CBFC's process is complete and any further news about cuts is absolutely untrue. Let's refrain from utilising CBFC's name unnecessarily," Joshi told IANS.

Aamir Khan gives 'mahurat' clap for 'Total Dhamaal' Aamir Khan gives 'mahurat' clap for 'Total Dhamaal'



Mumbai,  Superstar Aamir Khan gave the mahurat clap for the upcoming film "Total Dhamaal" here on Tuesday.

The film is being directed by Indra Kumar.

Playing positive character a new experience: Kuldeep Singh Playing positive character a new experience: Kuldeep Singh



Mumbai,  Television actor Kuldeep Singh, who has mostly essayed negative roles on the small screen, says playing a positive character in "Vighnaharta Ganesha" is a new experience for him.

"I did mainly negative leads in 'Yeh Hai Aashiqui', 'Aye Zindagi', 'Savdhaan India'... Yes, initially when I entered in the show, I was quite worried about the expressions of a divine character as I was doing negative roles and it was easy to portray that, but doing a positive role is a new experience," Kuldeep said in a statement.

Want to do good work: Sonam Kapoor Want to do good work: Sonam Kapoor



Mumbai, Actress Sonam Kapoor, who is gearing up for the release of her forthcoming film "Pad Man", says that she wants to do good work and be a part of good films.

Recipient of Special Mention Award at the 64th National Awards for her role in the 2016 film "Neerja", Sonam was asked if she thinks "Pad Man" would help her achieve another National Award and she said: "I don't do films for awards, I just want to do good work and be part of good films."

Change happens with collective voice: Dia Mirza Change happens with collective voice: Dia Mirza

 

Mumbai, Actress-activist Dia Mirza has lauded the 75th Golden Globe Awards ceremony for highlighting issues that matter to drive change.

"This is how change happens! When a collective voice of reason unites to speak and stand by the truth. What a powerful, meaningful Golden Globes! Times Up, Me too. Oprah, thank you for speaking for every woman," Dia tweeted on Monday.

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