New Delhi, Bollywood stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Rani Mukerji and Genelia D’Souza have thronged the small screen of late, but TV actors say they don’t feel threatened by their presence as actors of daily soaps have a different appeal. Ronit
Mumbai, Rani Mukerji, who debuts on the small screen as the judge of Sony TV’s new reality show “Dance Premier League”, impressed the whole unit with her punctuality and professionalism. “She was there dot on time, ready with make-up on
Mumbai, After a string of big ticket celebrities who have taken to reality shows on the small screen, it’s now actress Rani Mukerji’s turn. She is set to judge Sony TV’s “Rin Dance Premier League” (DPL) along with actor Arshad
Rani Mukhrjee and Alka Yagnik at “Dasera Event” at Santacruz, Mumbai
New Delhi, She took tips from Shah Rukh Khan to understand cricket for her role in “Dil Bole Hadippa”, but Rani Mukerji has no intention of following her good friend’s footsteps by bidding for an Indian Premier League (IPL) team.
Indian moviegoers in Canada’s commercial capital went Hadippa over Rani Mukherjee as the curtains went up on Dil Bole Hadippa at TIFF.
Behind the scenes: Rani-Shahid at NDTV.
Don't waste your time looking for silver linings in this dreadful cricket film. Someone said cricket is a game played by 12 fools and watched by 12,000 fools. No we know what he meant.
New Delhi, After a month’s lull, courtesy the lean Ramzan period, multiplexes were abuzz again Friday with two big starrers “Dil Bole Hadippa!” and “Wanted” drawing people to the theatres and doing good business. “Both movies have done good business
New Delhi, She was not a cricket fanatic but after preparing for her role in the just released “Dil Bole Hadippa!”, Rani Mukerji has become a huge fan of the game. She not only wishes to go and watch it