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TV will continue to change: Govind Nihalani

August 12, 2013

TV will continue to change: Govind Nihalani
National Award-winning director Govind Nihalani feels the movie and television industries will keep changing because they act as a mirror to societ...

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Success is relative: Deepika Padukone

Success is relative: Deepika Padukone

Aug 11, 2013

After debuting with a blockbuster in 2007, Deepika Padukone has hardly lost the taste of success. With "Race 2", "Yeh Jawaani Hai De...

'Masoom' can't be improved: Naseeruddin Shah

'Masoom' can't be improved: Naseeruddin Shah

Aug 10, 2013

Veteran actor-director Naseeruddin Shah cringes at the very mention of the "remake trend". He says he neither understands the "busin...

I try to make eating fun for kids: Karisma Kapoor

I try to make eating fun for kids: Karisma Kapoor

Aug 09, 2013

If as an actress she looked convincing in the role of a mother in films like "Raja Hindustani" and "Rishtey", off-screen Karism...

Farhan Akhtar: I'm not just the 'cool urban guy'

Farhan Akhtar: I'm not just the 'cool urban guy'

Aug 07, 2013

As an actor, director or producer, Farhan Akhtar has broken new ground with every project - and his winning streak continues with "Bhaag Milkh...

TV offers opportunities to every talent: Javed Jaffrey

TV offers opportunities to every talent: Javed Jaffrey

Aug 05, 2013

The Rs.370 billion (about $6.05 bn) Indian television industry offers a plethora of opportunities to every talent and allows each to nurture its sk...

'Madras Cafe' will be for selective audiences: John Abraham

'Madras Cafe' will be for selective audiences: John Abraham

Aug 03, 2013

With no confusion or ambiguity in his mind, model-actor-producer John Abraham is aggressively promoting his ready-to-release "Madras Cafe"...

I've never missed Bollywood: Shilpa Shirodkar

I've never missed Bollywood: Shilpa Shirodkar

Aug 01, 2013

Wowed by the corporate culture and technological revolution in showbiz, Shilpa Shirodkar, a popular actresses of the 1990s, is happy to start her second innings. She says working in a corporatised atmosphere will be a diff...