New Delhi, Imagine shelling out Rs.100,000 for a used towel! A lot of people might, if the towel belonged to a celebrity. From clothes to cricket bats – Indians are fast opening up to the idea of bidding for celebrity
New Delhi, It’s a way to beat piracy and it’s a treat for small screen audiences. Direct To Home (DTH) television has started a new trend by showing big Bollywood movies at a nominal price within a few days of
With the Bollywood brigade hogging all limelight at these fashion weeks, does it end up being more about stars and less about fashion? Does Bollywood fashion really set the trends for India? A debate.
Mumbai, He didn’t have any Bollywood star walking the ramp for him. Still, designer Varun Bahl managed a jam-packed show at the ongoing HDIL India Couture Week here. “I will never have any Bollywood celebrity walking the ramp for me.
New Delhi, Three multi-starrers are releasing just a day before Diwali and most Bollywood stars are hoping that their films will hit the jackpot during the festive season. Also, spending quality time with the family on the festival of lights
Toronto, Bollywood movies should come to Brazil “in a big way”, says veteran Brazilian filmmaker Suzana Amaral, describing herself as a fan of Hindi movies from the 1970s. “Our two great nations should start forging deeper cultural ties. I want
New Delhi, He has been the face of sarod across the globe for years, created new ragas and collaborated with international orchestras, but now music legend Ustad Amjad Ali Khan says he would love to create tunes for Bollywood movies
New Delhi, Emaciated farmers ploughing the fields, parched fields, scheming land sharks, broken down huts – these may reflect the reality of many Indian villages, but seldom get captured in Bollywood films. Audiences prefer an escape from the hard life
Mumbai, Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar, who recently shared screen space with international stars Sylvester Stallone, Denise Richards and Brandon Routh in “Kambakkht Ishq”, says he has no plans of heading to Hollywood. “Why go to Hollywood when Hollywood is coming
Chennai, Southern actress Trisha describes her entry into Bollywood as dream debut and thanks her mentor, filmmaker Priyadarshan, who launched her in Tamil movies with “Lesa Lesa” seven years ago, for now introducing her to Hindi films as well. Priyan