“Heaven On Earth” is not a film that offers easily digestible solutions to the complex problem of domestic violence. It neither takes sides nor allows the bride to turn into a pitiable victim. Preity standing supremely dignified at the centre
Mumbai, Preity Zinta, who co-owns Indian Premier League (IPL) team Kings XI Punjab, says the Twenty20 tournament moving to South Africa is like “asking an actor to perform in a theatre where nobody knows him”, but the Bollywood star also
‘Videsh’ is a sensitive portrayal of a young bright woman who gets married to a man she has never met. She leaves her loving family behind in India and shifts to Canada only to face the harsh realities of life.
Mumbai, Though fans have been disappointed with the Indian cricket board’s decision to hold second edition of the Twenty20 tournament abroad, the franchise owners have backed the move with Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, the owner of Kolkata Knight Riders
New Delhi, Bollywood actress Preity Zinta believes that every scene in her forthcoming release “Videsh”, a film about a battered Punjabi housewife in Canada, is some woman’s story. The movie deals with domestic violence and Zinta is confident that women
Mumbai, Its Preity Zinta who usually charms people wherever she goes, but this time around, the Bollywood actress was absolutely impressed by New Zealand Prime Minister John Key when they met in Wellington and talked about cricket and India. She
Mumbai, Stories of the two IPL queens battling it out on the playing field and on television came to a sudden turning point this week when Shilpa Shetty extended an olive branch to her supposed rival in the IPL Preity
War between Preity Zinta and Shilpa Shetty over IPL has heated up