One of the most awaited films by the youth across the country today is Karan Johar’s, I Hate Luv Storys. The film is generating a big buzz not only amongst the generation X but also among the trade circles, thanks
Super success of ‘Raajneeti’ has laid one speculation to rest at least. Till about a fortnight ago, there was an apparent tension between the film makers Karan Johar and Sajid Khan. Both believed that their respective films – ‘My Name
The dashing Karan Johar can well be called a taskmaster. The man is very particular about his look and treatment of his films. He wanted Imran Khan to look the part of a sassy womaniser in his I hate Love
Last month, Deepika Padukone walked the red carpet at Cannes film festival. While for her, it was just a matter of few hours spent in an international arena, back home there were widespread conversations around her moment of glory. Currently
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Mumbai, Karan Johar has matured. And how? In his forthcoming production venture “I Hate Luv Storys”, he actually takes potshots at the mushy kind of cinema that he and his filmmaker friends like Aditya Chopra and Kunal Kohli made. “I
New Delhi, Bollywood filmmakers have found a potent tool in social networking sites to scout for talent — first it was Karan Johar and now Mahesh Bhatt is looking for fresh faces for his next project through microblogging site Twitter.
Mumbai, Karan Johar has extended his holiday in New York to attend the premiere of Hrithik Roshan-starrer “Kites” at Times Square Sunday. “It’s a big film for the Roshans who are very close to me and Shah Rukh (Khan). The
Mumbai, Filmmaker Karan Johar is currently in New York for the release of the English version of “My Name Is Khan”, which he says is a “crisper, sharper cut”. Once he returns, he starts work on the new season of
Mumbai, Director-producer Karan Johar says he is going ahead with plans to host the Indian Premier League (IPL) Awards despite the controversy surrounding the cricket extravaganza, which he describes as one of India’s most “prestigious brands”. “I am totally hosting