27 Jun 2011
Showing intimate scenes on the big screen is not taboo in the film industry anymore and filmmakers often include a good dose of it. But director Mohit Suri says shooting bedroom scenes can be a nightmare.
22 Jan 2016
New Delhi: Sports and cinema are two of the most celebrated forms of entertainment in India. Their confluence has always been accepted by the audience who get the thrill of watching their favorite sport and loved actors on the same screen.
14 Jun 2016
Mumbai: Actress Yami Gautam finds portraying an intimate scene on screen as the most unromantic thing.
20 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Punjabi boy Ayushmann Khurrana, who essays a Bengali babu in his next film 'Meri Pyaari Bindu', says it is not as tough as it would have been had he starred in the same role in a Bengali film.
30 Jun 2016
Mumbai: Veteran filmmaker Subhash Ghai has appealed to Hindi film icons like Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan as well as the media to avoid referring to the industry as Bollywood.
30 Aug 2013
New Delhi: Actress Kainat Arora, who is making her Bollywood debut with upcoming film "Grand Masti", says that the movie is an adult comedy but does not have any provocative scenes.
01 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Recently, SS Rajamouli's blockbuster 'Baahubali' broke the Guinness World Record for making the largest poster of more than 50,000 square feet. Released on July 10, the historical fiction has been creating milestones since then.
18 Jan 2016
Mumbai: Stating that the censor board revamp committee is there to do a 'thorough job' and not simply 'window dressing', the panel head and veteran filmmaker Shyam Benegal today said he will ask the government to extend its two-month term if the report is not ready by that time-frame.
01 Jan 2016
Mumbai: Veteran actor Nana Patekar, who turned 65 today, will be seen in actor-director Mahesh Manjrekar's Marathi film 'Natsamrat'.
21 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Nargis Fakhri has embarked on a journey to the larger than life terrain of Hollywood with film "Spy". The New York-born Bollywood actress says among the dissimilarities that widen the gap between Hindi silver screen and West, there is one similarity that weaves them together -- the pool of talent.