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'Sallu Ki Shaadi' dedicated to Salman Khan: Director 'Sallu Ki Shaadi' dedicated to Salman Khan: Director



Mumbai, Filmmaker Mohammad Israr Ansari says he would like to dedicate his forthcoming film "Sallu Ki Shaadi" to superstar Salman Khan.

"I want to dedicate my film 'Sallu Ki Shaadi' to Salman Khan. My entire team, including me, want Salman Khan to support us. We want to meet him as fans," Ansari said here on Friday.

Kapil Sharma to be 'back with a bang' with TV show Kapil Sharma to be 'back with a bang' with TV show



Mumbai,  Comedian Kapil Sharma will be back "with a bang" on the small screen with his popular entertainer "The Kapil Sharma Show" soon, a channel official has confirmed.

"Kapil will be back (on TV) very soon," Danish Khan, Executive Vice President and Business Head, Sony Entertainment Television, told here.

Sexual abuse in every alternate household- Radhika Sexual abuse in every alternate household- Radhika



New Delhi,  Actress Radhika Apte feels that sexual abuse does not only exist in the world of showbiz but takes place in every alternate household.


"Sexual abuse takes place in every alternate household. So it's not a part of just the film industry. You have so much child abuse, domestic abuse everywhere in the world, including India," Radhika told IANS over phone from Mumbai.

No accident in Kolkata, says Big B No accident in Kolkata, says Big B



Mumbai,  Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has rubbished all rumours about meeting with a car accident in Kolkata, saying he is well.

"I am informed by concerned well wishers and media, that I had a close escape from a car accident in Kolkata... that is incorrect, there has been no accident. I am well," he tweeted on Thursday night.

Mumbai police warns protestors against being 'adventurous' on 'Padmavati' Mumbai police warns protestors against being 'adventurous' on 'Padmavati'


 

Mumbai,  The Mumbai police has warned individuals and groups against taking the law into their hands while protesting against Leela Bhansali's upcoming film "Padmavati."

In a statement here, Joint Commissioner of Police (L&O) Deven Bharti said that "any individual or group which attempts to be adventurous, will be dealt sternly and will face strict legal action. We are committed to provide security to everyone individually or collectively and have taken adequate measures for protection of individuals who have received threats."

Want to work where I enjoy myself: Kiku Sharda Want to work where I enjoy myself: Kiku Sharda


 

Mumbai,  Comedian-actor Kiku Sharda says he wants to enjoy his work, and doesn't want to take up a job which is boring.

"It's not about genre, I want to work where I enjoy myself. I don't want to do anything where my day becomes boring. Being in comedy you don't get any chance to be bored," Kiku said in a statement.

Learnt so much about Nepal from Manisha: Gulshan Grover Learnt so much about Nepal from Manisha: Gulshan Grover


Mumbai,  Actor Gulshan Grover, who is currently shooting in Nepal, has thanked actress Manisha Koirala for introducing him to "beautiful country" and making him learn about the culture.

Manisha on Thursday shared on Instagram a photograph of Gulshan in a traditional Nepalese outfit and captioned it: "Welcome to Nepal my friend and happy shooting.

Audience will see me in different avatar in 'Raazi': Alia Bhatt Audience will see me in different avatar in 'Raazi': Alia Bhatt


 

Mumbai,  Actress Alia Bhatt, who is playing the main lead in Meghna Gulzar's "Raazi", says the audience will see her in a completely different avatar in the film.

"I think in 'Raazi' audience will see me in completely different avatar at least that is my wish because 'Raazi' as a film is very different.

Bhansali, an artist we should be proud of: Aditi Rao Hydari Bhansali, an artist we should be proud of: Aditi Rao Hydari


Mumbai, Actress Aditi Rao Hydari has praised filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and says he celebrates the culture and music of India in his films.

Film associations back Bhansali for 'Padmavati' Film associations back Bhansali for 'Padmavati'


Mumbai, The Indian Film and Television Directors' Association (IFTDA) will on Monday lead an appeal to Information and Broadcasting Minister Smriti Irani and Home Minister Rajnath Singh, on behalf of four other associations, to allow freedom for filmmakers in the wake of the ongoing controversy over "Padmavati".

Members of IFTDA, Cine and TV Artists Association (CINTAA), Western India Cinematographers Association (WICA), Screenwriters Association (SWA) and Association of Cine and Television Art Directors & Costume Designers, will hold a press meet here later on Monday.

Sridevi confident daughter ready to face Bollywood's challenges Sridevi confident daughter ready to face Bollywood's challenges



New Delhi,  "Let me tell you, I feel like a newcomer," Sridevi asserts, breaking into a giggle almost reminiscent from her ahead-of-times 1991 film "Lamhe", even as she prepares to let her elder daughter loose in the Bollywood world. She says nothing comes easy in life, and she is sure her Jhanvi is ready to face the challenges.

Jhanvi, who is frequently followed by the paparazzi in Mumbai, will reportedly foray into films with a remake of Marathi hit "Sairat".

I deserve to be in a Khan-starrer, says actress Neetu Chandra I deserve to be in a Khan-starrer, says actress Neetu Chandra


Mumbai, Actress Neetu Chandra says that with her potential, she deserves to be in a film opposite any of the three superstar Khans of Bollywood.

Neetu started her career in Bollywood with the Priyadarshan movie "Garam Masala". She then featured in films like "Traffic Signal", "Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!" and "Rann", and worked with filmmakers like Ram Gopal Varma, Madhur Bhandarkar and Dibakar Banerjee, to name a few. In the last few years, she has not appeared in many films.

Asked what went wrong in her career, she says there are not many offers that came her way and in her perso

Natasha Suri shoots film with Urvashi Rautela Natasha Suri shoots film with Urvashi Rautela


Mumbai, Former Miss India World Natasha Suri, alongwith model-actress Urvashi Rautela, is on board for a yet untitled film, co-produced by Zee TV.

Natasha, who won the crown in 2006, forayed into cinema as an actress with Malayalam film "King Liar" and has also acted in a yet-to-be released Bollywood comedy thriller "Baa Baaa Black Sheep" featuring Anupam Kher, Maniesh Paul, Annu Kapoor, Kay Kay Menon and Manjari Phadnis.

Tamannaah boosts fitness regime for 'Queen' remake Tamannaah boosts fitness regime for 'Queen' remake



Mumbai, Actress Tamannaah Bhatia, who is essaying Kangana Ranaut's role in the Telugu remake of "Queen", is working out harder for her look in the film.

The remake titled "Queen Once Again" is being helmed by National Award-winning director Neelakanta.

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