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Music can bridge India-Pakistan divide: Pakistani filmmaker

May 20, 2016

Music can bridge India-Pakistan divide: Pakistani filmmaker
Washington, May 20: Music can go a long way to bring estranged neighbours Pakistan and India together, says the Pakistani co-director of a new movi...

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Gangster roles always give me a kick: Vivek Oberoi

Gangster roles always give me a kick: Vivek Oberoi

May 19, 2016

New Delhi, May 19: He has played a gangster, a criminal and even an underworld don on screen. Now, as he prepares to be seen as former underworld d...

Bollywood has taught me what not to do: 'Sairat' director

Bollywood has taught me what not to do: 'Sairat' director

May 18, 2016

Mumbai, May 18: Nagraj Manjule suddenly finds himself the claimant of the enviable position of being the director of one of the highest grossing Ma...

Diversity not all about skin colour, ethnicity: Freida Pinto

Diversity not all about skin colour, ethnicity: Freida Pinto

May 18, 2016

New Delhi, May 18: For Freida Pinto, diversity is not about being "black or brown" or isn't just confined to what one sees on camera but ...

Over-the-top storytelling doesn't excite me: Rajat Kapoor

Over-the-top storytelling doesn't excite me: Rajat Kapoor

May 17, 2016

New Delhi, May 17: He acts in Hindi films and makes them too, but Rajat Kapoor is not a Bollywood buff as such. The actor-filmmaker, who is as acti...

Theatre's not a stepping stone to Bollywood: Meher Mistry

Theatre's not a stepping stone to Bollywood: Meher Mistry

May 16, 2016

New Delhi, May 16: Meher Mistry walked on to the stage as a 'desi' belle and breathed life into the Broadway version of timeless classic "Beau...

I leave my character on the set when I return home: Irrfan

I leave my character on the set when I return home: Irrfan

May 13, 2016

Mumbai, May 13: Seasoned actor Irrfan Khan says he never digs into his personal experiences to draw inspiration for his onscreen characters as he f...