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Women don't have faith in legal system to come out in open: Actress Nimrat Kaur

Why are Bollywood actresses not naming and shaming their sexual assaulters and harassers as openly as their Hollywood counterparts? Actress Nimrat Kaur says before women are questioned about it, the legal system has to be "watertight" and give victims the support and confidence to be fearless.

Haven't become a star yet: Diljit Dosanjh

He is a singing sensation, a celebrated name in the Punjabi film industry and has won over Bollywood fans with his roles in films like "Udta Punjab" and "Phillauri". However, Diljit Dosanjh says he does not feel he has become a star yet.

SC strikes down ban on 'Padmavaat' release in 3 states

The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the ban by three states on the release of controversial Bollywood film "Padmavaat".

A film must entertain everyone to be a blockbuster, says Salman

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, elated over the success of his latest release "Tiger Zinda Hai", says for a film to become a blockbuster, it needs to entertain across the spectrum.

300 cuts in 'Padmavat'? Untrue, says CBFC chief

Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) chairperson Prasoon Joshi on Tuesday refuted a report that the "modifications" demanded by the censor board in the historical drama, has resulted in 300 cuts.

New Jersey's New Year’s Celebration in “Fitness style with Varsha Naik

CHANDIGARH: Varsha Naik from New Jersey organized a unique fitness event called “Pallo Latke: Welcoming the New Year.” This event featured different types of dance and fitness lovers. Fitness is crucial to day to day life, however we are still behind to understand the concept of fitness. “A New Year’s party can be a fitness orientated event.

Surnames can never take you anywhere: Angad Bedi

I'm a very proud Bedi," says actor Angad Bedi -- son of former Indian cricket captain Bishan Singh Bedi -- who says having a certain surname alone can't take a person anywhere. It takes talent, hard work and luck in equal measure if one is to climb the ladder.

'Tiger Zinda Hai' marches past Rs 150 cr at box office

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer "Tiger Zinda Hai" has brought some much needed cheer to the Bollywood box office in a lacklustre year, by crossing the Rs 150 crore mark since its release.

 
Bollywood star Ranveer Singh partners with the Premier League in India

The Premier League has formed an official partnership with Indian film actor Ranveer Singh. The Bollywood star is a passionate football fan and will help promote the Premier League to fans in India and globally.

 
 
FIR lodged against Salman, Shilpa for hurting caste sentiment

An FIR was lodged against Bollywood superstar Salman Khan and Shilpa Shetty Kundra on Saturday at Andheri Police station, for allegedly using the word "bhangi" on a public platform that hurt the sentiments of the Scheduled Caste community.

 
Valmiki community protests screening of Salman's 'Tiger Zinda Hai' in Rajasthan

In yet another protest against a Bollywood film, the morning shows of "Tiger Zinda Hai", a Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starred film, had to be stopped in many cinema halls across Rajasthan after members of the Valmiki community raised slogans, tore and burnt posters of the film over the alleged use of a pejorative word by Salman during a promotional event.

 
Nawazuddin Siddiqui to play Bal Thackeray in biopic

Acclaimed Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui will play the title role of the late Shiv Sena founder-president Bal Thackeray in the upcoming biopic titled "Thackeray".

 
Writer-actor-filmmaker Neeraj Vora dead at 54

Bollywood's multi-faceted talent Neeraj Vora, known for writing "Rangeela" and for directing "Phir Hera Pheri", died here early on Thursday, months after being comatose, his family member said.

Bollywood condemns teenage actor's alleged mid-air molestation

Bollywood celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt and Taapsee Pannu denounced the alleged molestation involving a teenage actress as "sad and shameful".

Hockey has less commercial moments: Sandeep Singh

Former Indian hockey captain Sandeep Singh feels in comparison to cricket, hockey has less commercial moments.

Rakishly good looking actor who became India's first international star

The youngest of the famous Kapoor brothers of Bollywood, he did not have their one defining and enduring cinematic image -- Raj's simple, honest 'tramp' in the Charlie Chaplin tradition or Shammi's Elvis-like jiving, rebellious 'playboy' persona.

‘Ammy Virk’ is all set to go international with ‘Sat Shri Akaal England’

When we hear name ‘Ammy Virk’ the first thought comes to our mind is a man who redefined success in his own style. Initiating his career with a single track to the most promising debut actor of the year this ‘young superstar’ of Pollywood came a long way. Continuing his successful streak with movies like ‘Nikka Zaildar’ series, ‘Bambukaat’, ‘Angrez’, ‘Ardaas’ ‘Ammy Virk’ is going to add another feather to his crown with comedy caper ‘Sat Shri Akaal England’ opposite gorgeous ‘Monica Gill’.

After 8 months, 'Modi Ka Gaon' film cleared for release in India

MUMBAI:  Eight months after it was denied a censor certificate on various grounds, the producers of the Hindi feature film "Modi Ka Gaon", loosely inspired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's development agenda, has finally cleared all hurdles for release.

Police posted outside Deepika's parents' home in Bengaluru

Police personnel have been posted outside the residence of Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone's parents here following threats over her role in the Hindi film "Padmavati", the police said on Tuesday.

Stand by Rs 10-crore offer for beheading Bhansali, says BJP leader

Kunwar Surajpal Singh Ammu, a ruling BJP leader in Haryana, on Monday said he firmly stands by his announcement of Rs 10-crore reward for beheading Bollywood filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and film actress Deepika Padukone over their movie "Padmavati".

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