Latest Interviews with Bollywood Stars, Directors & Producers

Power corrupts, I can't enter politics - Ajay Devgn

Power corrupts, I can’t enter politics – Ajay Devgn

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Mumbai, Power corrupts people and you need to be shrewd and play games to be in politics, says Ajay Devgn. While the actor will be seen playing a politician in the film “Raajneeti”, he says he can never be one
I'm working on 12-13 scripts - Ram Gopal Varma

I’m working on 12-13 scripts – Ram Gopal Varma

Monday, April 26, 2010

New Delhi, A “Phoonk” sequel, two 3-D films, a gangster movie, a two-part biopic and a film on fake godmen… If you thought this was all that filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has on his plate, hold your breath — he
My 'lovely ladies' helped me with intimate scenes - Vivek Oberoi

My ‘lovely ladies’ helped me with intimate scenes – Vivek Oberoi

Monday, March 29, 2010

New Delhi, Vivek Oberoi has done many daring stunts for his film “Prince – It’s Showtime”, but when it came to intimate scenes, it was his three leading ladies in the film who took “care” of him. “It’s been a
My character in 'Rajneeti' resembles Duryodhana - Manoj Bajpai

My character in ‘Rajneeti’ resembles Duryodhana – Manoj Bajpai

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Mumbai, Manoj Bajpai says his character in forthcoming “Raajneeti” is very similar to Duryodhana from the Hindu epic Mahabharata – he is powerful, regal and politically motivated. “I am playing Virendra Pratap Singh. My role is almost like Duryodhana in
Watch Bollywood films to know Indians - Rani Mukerji

Watch Bollywood films to know Indians – Rani Mukerji

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Sydney, (BollywoodNewsWorld.com) Cinema can go a long way in promoting positive bilateral relations between Australia and India, especially Bollywood films as they are “all about heart”, said Rani Mukerji, who was here as chief guest at the 2010 Indian Film
It's been a wonderful ride so far - Katrina Kaif

It’s been a wonderful ride so far – Katrina Kaif

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

New Delhi, It’s a departure in every which way for this Bollywood actress on the ascendant. She is playing a deglamorised politician and the Hindi has to be perfect too, but Britain born Katrina Kaif says her role in “Rajneeti”
'Road, Movie' about discovering laughter, happiness: Dev Benegal

‘Road, Movie’ about discovering laughter, happiness: Dev Benegal

Monday, March 01, 2010

New Delhi, Having directed “English, August” and “Split Wide Open”, Dev Benegal is back with his third outing after more than a decade. “Road, Movie”, he says, is about discovering laughter and joy, with ‘travelling cinema’ and the Indian landscape
Obama a metaphor for change in film - Shahrukh Khan

Obama a metaphor for change in film – Shahrukh Khan

Sunday, February 07, 2010

Washington, Shah Rukh Khan says his new film portrays Barack Obama simply as a metaphor for “change”, but he isn’t knowledgeable enough in political matters to comment on how the US president has fared. The actor does, however, believe that
No guy wants to go out with me anymore - Preity Zinta

No guy wants to go out with me anymore – Preity Zinta

Monday, February 01, 2010

Mumbai, Actress-entrepreneur Preity Zinta is starting a new chapter in her life following her breakup with businessman Ness Wadia. The only thing that bothers her are link-ups with co-stars and friends, as a result of which none of her male

“Veer” movie is of a different genre – Salman Khan

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Mumbai, Salman Khan says period dramas usually give the impression that people in past eras never used to laugh, but promises that his new movie “Veer” will have its light moments. “We haven’t followed the regular format. This has emotion,