New Delhi, May 31 (IANS) Writer-director Tahira Kashyap Khurrana was detected with pre-invasive breast cancer last year, but she didn't let that define her. She has urged those affected by cancer to follow suit as she feels they are "bigger than the disease".  

Better art gets created in troubled society: Sudhir Mishra

Better art gets created in troubled society: Sudhir Mishra

Mumbai, May 30 (IANS) When a society goes through trouble and art becomes a subject of censorship and freedom of an artiste gets curtailed, that complexity produces the best art, says National Award-winning filmmaker Sudhir Mishra.  

'India's Most Wanted' not against anyone: Director

'India's Most Wanted' not against anyone: Director

New Delhi, May 7 (IANS) With questions being raised on social media over his new movie "India's Most Wanted", director Raj Kumar Gupta insists no political intention has driven the narrative of the film, said to have a theme set in the era of UPA rule.  

'Sadak 2' not new beginning for me: Mahesh Bhatt

'Sadak 2' not new beginning for me: Mahesh Bhatt

Mumbai, May 4 (IANS) The last time he wore the hat of a film director was in 1999, with the film "Kartoos". Since then, Mahesh Bhatt has nurtured many new talents in Bollywood. As the veteran gears up for his new directorial venture "Sadak 2", he says that the movie is not his 'comeback' film as director.  

Films on sports stars a good sign: Kapil Dev

Films on sports stars a good sign: Kapil Dev

New Delhi, May 1 (IANS) Former Indian cricket captain Kapil Dev, who is prepping actor Ranveer Singh for the upcoming film "'83", is ecstatic about the surge in films on sports stars. He says it is a "good sign" as the country was not ready to make movies on sports around two decades ago.  

I fell apart: Sameera Reddy on post-pregnancy weight

I fell apart: Sameera Reddy on post-pregnancy weight

Mumbai, April 26 (IANS) A dive into parenthood comes with its ups and downs. Actress Sameera Reddy, who is expecting her second baby soon, says her first pregnancy left her feeling torn between the reality and the pressure to portray an "unreal life" as a celebrity.  

I lack 'adaa' of yesteryear heroines: Alia Bhatt

I lack 'adaa' of yesteryear heroines: Alia Bhatt

Mumbai, April 17 (IANS) Actress Alia Bhatt believes she lacks the grace of yesteryear heroines, but says "Kalank" has given her a chance to play a "full-on" Hindi film heroine which she was dying to essay.  

Yash excited about 'KGF: Chapter 2'

Yash excited about 'KGF: Chapter 2'

Mumbai, March 28 (IANS) Actor Yash is looking forward to the second chapter of upcoming Kannada action-drama "KGF", and says the scale of presentation of the sequel will be higher with "a couple of very complex action scenes".