12 Aug 2022

The filmmaker shot his comedy film in Jammu and Kashmir what he termed "the most peaceful shoot".

Arunoday Singh :No politics please, only cinema: Arunoday Singh

Congress veteran Arjun Singh's grandson Arunoday is clear that Bollywood is where he belongs.

Dev Anand :I'll colour all my films if 'Hum Dono' succeeds: Dev Anand

Dev Anand says he will colour more of his black and white films if viewers demand.

Priyanka Chopra :Playing 40 was the toughest: Priyanka Chopra

Stepping into the shoes of a 40-plus character was the toughest for Priyanka in "Saath Khoon Maaf" as she couldn't connect to the age group.

A. R Rahman :You get success, then a movie gets ripped off: A.R. Rahman

Rahman says that after the mega sweep of "Slumdog Millionaire" at various awards, a solo win so far for the music of Danny Boyle's "127 Hours" has caused "great suffering" to the entire team.

Aamir Khan :Important for me to let go off my skill: Aamir Khan

He will try to "drop" his skills for his next film and forget what he's learnt over the years, says Aamir Khan who believes the "real, raw performances" by newcomers in wife Kiran Rao's "Dhobi Ghat" make it an unusual and delicate film that is likely to appeal more to women viewers.

Mallika Sherawat :Small town talent should get platform: Mallika Sherawat

Bold and beautiful Mallika Sherawat, who will be judging dance reality show "Chak Dhoom Dhoom" says she feels strongly about providing a platform to talent from small towns.

Omi Vaidya :Dil Toh Baccha...' more challenging than '3 Idiots': Omi Vaidya

Omi Vaidya :Dil Toh Baccha...' more challenging than '3 Idiots': Omi Vaidya

After "3 Idiots", Omi Vaidya is ready to move on with a more "challenging" role in the forthcoming comedy "Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji".