Mumbai, Superstar Shah Rukh Khan Tuesday urged Indian filmmakers “to learn from Hollywood” and offered a three-point prescription which could help the globalization of Bollywood movies. Speaking at the inaugural session of ‘FICCI FRAMES-2010′, Shah Rukh said that Indian filmmakers
Mumbai, The STAR India Pvt. Limited and Cine & TV Artist Association (CINTAA) are coming up with power-packed entertainment programme in which 52 actors, from Amitabh Bachchan to all Khans and Kapoors, will come together to raise funds for needy
New Delhi, March is usually a dry month for Bollywood thanks to the Class 10 and 12 board exams and so the industry has little to offer in terms of big budget outings. Adding fuel to fire will be Indian
Mumbai, Sneha Ullal was known as the Aishwarya Rai-lookalike when she entered the film world but the actress is now keen to carve a niche for herself. After featuring in spooky thriller “Click”, she feels it’s time she proved her
Berlin, “My Name is Khan” producer and director Karan Johar, whose film is being lauded by audiences and critics, says he was fed up with the typical Bollywood stuff. “I was fed up with Bollywood, its item numbers, big sets
Vidya Balan, Jacqueline Fernandez, Ritesh Deshmukh, Akshay Kumar, Rakesh Roshan, Hrithik Roshan, Anil Kapoor, Alka Yagnik, Farhan Akhtar, Deepika Padukone at grace Airtel Mirchi Music Awards at Bandra, Mumbai.
Jaya Bachchan, in an exclusive interview to NDTV, said Bollywood comes together for “national causes”. She was replying to a question on why Bollywood and her own family has not supported Shah Rukh against the Sena.
As the face-off between Shah Rukh Khan and the Shiv Sena intensifies, Shabana Azmi says film folks often face Sena’s wrath as actors make easy targets.
New Delhi, Move over albums and live shows. Bollywood is the newest platform for music bands to belt out their best. Be it Kailasa or Midival Punditz, they have been roped in to create film music that is “different” and
New Delhi, Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam performed in a live concert here Sunday to raise funds for a campaign against child labour in the country. The concert titled Pukaar saw the audience, consisting mainly of youngsters, going crazy with excitement