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'Chennai Express' producer surrenders in rape case

Bollywood producer Karim Morani surrendered to police here in connection with the alleged rape of a 25-year-old aspiring actress, hours after the Supreme Court dismissed his bail plea.

SC refuses to interfere with HC order refusing anticipatory bail to film producer Morani

NEW DELHI: In a set-back to Bollywood producer Karim Morani, who is accused in an alleged rape case, the Supreme Court on Friday refused to interfere with the Andhra Pradesh High Court order rejecting his plea for anticipatory bail.

Bollywood film on Indian surgical strike

The story of India's surgical strike on terrorist hubs in Pakistan is being made into a Bollywood film produced by Ronnie Screwvala. Actor Vicky Kaushal plays the lead role in the movie titled "Uri".

Farah may turn film on girl power into web-series

Filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan says that she may turn the film she was planning to make on girl power into a web-series.

Bollywood Singer & Music Director Ankit Tiwari enthralled LPU Students

Famous Bollywood playback singer and music director Ankit Tiwari reached Lovely Professional University today and enthralled thousands of the students through his brilliant performances. Film-fare award winner Ankit let students and members of the staff enjoy his favorite songs Sun Raha Hae Tu, Gallian Teri Gallian, Tu hae ki Nahin” and more.

R.K. Films' memorabilia, costumes burnt in fire: Rishi Kapoor

MUMBAI: Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor on Saturday rued the "irreplaceable" loss of memorabilia and costumes from his home banner's movies after a portion of the family's iconic R.K. Films & Studios here caught fire on Saturday.

I have not faced the casting couch: Kriti Sanon

NEW DELHI:  Bollywood actress Kriti Sanon says that though she doesn't have a 'Godfather' in the film industry, she never faced casting couch.

I only pray my son is not like me: Sanjay Dutt

Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt, whose life was caught in a web of drugs and legal hassles, says as a father, he does not want his son to be like him.

Priyanka Chopra calls Sikkim 'insurgency troubled', draws ire

Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, who has produced a Sikkimese film "Pahuna", has ruffled feathers in the hilly state by calling it an insurgency-troubled land. Netizens have slammed her for ignorance and for being "politically illiterate".

Raktdhar first Bollywood film showing a transgender’s death rituals

India is the only country where the tradition of eunuchs is prevalent today. There are about 1 million of them, though their role in life has changed drastically from that of royal servants, confidantes, and friends. Eunuchs, or hijras as they are called here, have become something to be feared.

If the role is powerful, screen time doesn't bother me: Diana Penty

MUMBAI: Model turned actress Diana Penty, who is playing strong character in the upcoming film "Lucknow Central", says when it comes to choosing a film, she is least bothered about the screen time or the length of the character but the impact of it.

'Akshay Kumar one of the best comedic actors'

Actor Akshay Kumar, who turned 50 on Saturday, is one of the best comedic actors India has, says popular photographer Dabboo Ratnani.

On 50th birthday, Akshay Kumar treats fans with 'Gold' poster

MUMBAI:  Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar, who is on a golden run in his film career, turned 50 on Saturday, and treated his fans to a poster of his upcoming film "Gold" on the occasion.

Harshvardhan Kapoor to essay Abhinav Bindra in biopic

 Bollywood actor Harshvardhan Kapoor will play shooter Abhinav Bindra on the silver screen and says he is "stoked" to be chosen to essay the Olympic champion.

Rio Olympics was my biggest life lesson: P.V. Sindhu

Indian badminton star P.V. Sindhu, the story of whose performance will find its way to the silver screen with a biopic, says the 2016 Rio Olympics was her biggest life lesson, following which she explored her capabilities further with the help of her coach Pullela Gopichand.

Ousted from CBFC, Pahlaj Nihalani presents 'adult' film 'Julie 2'

MUMBAI: In less than a month after Pahlaj Nihalani was sacked as India's film censor board chief, he has come on board to market and distribute erotic thriller "Julie 2". As its titillating trailer was launched here on Monday, he defended it as an "adult family entertainer" which reveals the reality of the film industry, even as the Twitterati laughed away at the irony of the 'sanskaari citizen'.

Kriti Sanon to endorse Education New Zealand

The move is aimed at strengthening bilateral educational ties between India and New Zealand. Kriti will drive the initiative aimed to attract aspiring students who are looking for a successful career overseas, read a statement.

India Day celebrated in Indianapolis-Raju Chinthala receives Sagamore of the Wabash Award

INDIANAPOLIS: Despite two more international events, Gen Con Convention at the Convention Center and Cultural Journey: India presented by Heartlandfilm and Lilly at the Indiana Historical Society,450, W, Ohio Street, Indian Association of Indianapolis celebrated the Annual India Day at Monument Circle with enthusiasm and the turn out was also impressive.

Consulate General of India Neeta Bhushan attends Cultural Journey: India

INDIANAPOLIS: Consulate General of India from Chicago Neeta Bhushan was the guest of honour on the second day of the four-day Cultural Journey: India which is being hosted by Heartland Film and presented by Lilly at the Indiana Historical Society, here.

Cultural Journey: India begins in Indianapolis

Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis on Thursday became host to Cultural Journey: India with film premieres, entertainment, food and beautiful Indian attire at the Indiana Historical Society,450, W, Ohio Street. Indianapolis.