Mumbai, Shah Rukh Khan Saturday said he was glad the Shiv Sena understood his point on freedom of expression and reiterated that he had never said anything that was anti-national or anti-Indian. Shah Rukh faced flak from the Shiv Sena
Mumbai, Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan, under fire from the Shiv Sena for his remarks on Pakistani cricketers, returned to Mumbai from abroad Saturday afternoon amid heavy security. Shah Rukh and Kajol came out of the airport separately. Shah Rukh
Jaya Bachchan, in an exclusive interview to NDTV, said Bollywood comes together for “national causes”. She was replying to a question on why Bollywood and her own family has not supported Shah Rukh against the Sena.
“I feel saddened by controversies like this. It’s unfortunate, unhealthy and highly insensitive,” Shah Rukh Khan told NDTV in New York.
Allegedly under pressure from the Shiv Sena, cinemas are removing posters of Shah Rukh Khan’s My Name is Khan.
New Delhi, From the film fraternity, his fans to artists and political parties – Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is drawing mass support in the wake of the Shiv Sena’s verbal assault on him for favouring Pakistani players’ inclusion in
New Delhi, The artists’ community Thursday extended strong support to Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan following the Shiv Sena’s threats to stop the release of his latest film in the wake of his remark favouring Pakistani players’ participation in the
Washington, Bollywood’s Badshah Shah Rukh Khan, in the cross hairs of the right-wing Shiv Sena, says his comments on Pakistani cricketers should not reflect on his new film “My Name is Khan” and people who have problems with him should
New Delhi, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who is facing the Shiv Sena’s ire for saying that he favoured Pakistani players’ inclusion in the Indian Premier League (IPL), says he is “sad” his comments are being misconstrued as being against
Mumbai/New York, (BollywoodNewsWorld.com) The Shiv Sena was on collision course Tuesday, taking on Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi and Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan. The actor, who was in New York, said he would “stand up” for his comment on