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
Mumbai, As 2009 moves into its second half, the Bollywood box office can look back at just a handful of success stories. While a film producers’ strike resulted in a virtual drought of movies for two whole months, the poor
Mumbai, Bollywood can’t stop talking about the Delhi High Court’s landmark judgement that has decriminalised gay sex. From Shatrughan Sinha to Sushmita Sen, all say the verdict was long due and celebrates an individual’s right to choose. And they all
New Delhi, Hollywood films have been the inspiration for many of the Hindi film industry’s biggest hits. Right from cult classics like “Baazi” (1951) to “Sholay” (1975) and “Baazigar” (1993) – and even “Ghajini” (2008) – all have some western
Macau, Gay themes in Bollywood are well out of the closet, if the many comic acts and sexual innuendos at the International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA) here Saturday night were anything to go by. With a number of quips
Macau, Rome, Milan, Florence and Venice – with locales as exotic as these, the Italian tourism board is trying to woo Bollywood filmmakers here at the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) to come, visit and shoot their films in Italy.
New Delhi, Citing racial attacks on Indians in Australia, Bollywood’s biggest labour union, Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE), has banned its members from working Down Under. “We prefer to call it a non-cooperation movement because we feel what
New Delhi, Mohit Suri, director of “Raaz – The Mystery Continues”, denies that entry into Bollywood is restricted to those with godfathers and says there is huge scope for newcomers to prove their talent. “There is a huge scope for