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Working with Rajat is a learning experience: Kalki Koechlin

March 18, 2017

Working with Rajat is a learning experience: Kalki Koechlin
Mumbai, March 18 : Actress Kalki Koechlin is all praise for her "Mantra" co-star Rajat Kapoor, and says working with Rajat has always bee...

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'Machine': 'Baazigar' rebooted

'Machine': 'Baazigar' rebooted

Mar 18, 2017

Film: "Machine"; Director: Abbas-Mustan; Cast: Mustafa Burmawala, Kiara Advani, Ronit Roy, Eshan Shanker, Dalip Tahil; Rating:*1/2  ...

A happy marriage in the industry would jolt me: Karan Johar

A happy marriage in the industry would jolt me: Karan Johar

Mar 18, 2017

Mumbai, March 18 : Filmmaker Karan Johar says he would be shocked and surprised if he comes across a "happy marriage" in the film industr...

No film should be banned: Konkona Sensharma

No film should be banned: Konkona Sensharma

Mar 18, 2017

New Delhi, March 18 : Actress Konkona Sensharma is upset with the decision of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to deny a certificate ...

Shameful, says Aparna Sen on 'Lipstick...' censor certificate controversy

Shameful, says Aparna Sen on 'Lipstick...' censor certificate controversy

Mar 18, 2017

Kolkata, March 18 : Acclaimed filmmaker Aparna Sen says it is shameful that "Lipstick Under My Burkha" is not getting a certificate from ...

Not very excited about doing remakes: Vidya Balan

Not very excited about doing remakes: Vidya Balan

Mar 18, 2017

New Delhi, March 17 : Actress Vidya Balan says she is not very keen to do remakes, especially if it is that of a classic movie.  

Initial years in industry were hyper-anxious: Anushka

Initial years in industry were hyper-anxious: Anushka

Mar 18, 2017

Mumbai, March 17 : Actress Anushka Sharma on Friday said that through most of her early years in the industry, she felt hyper-anxious because the b...

Stereotypes exist in all professions: Dia Mirza

Stereotypes exist in all professions: Dia Mirza

Mar 17, 2017

Mumbai, March 17 : Actor and social activist Dia Mirza says stereotypes exist in all professions, and not just Bollywood.