04 Jun 2014
Mumbai: Bollywood diva Madhuri Dixit, who made her debut in the film industry with Rajshri Productions’ ‘Abodh’ in 1984, says her job is to give her best and not compete with newcomers.
14 Feb 2014
Mumbai:Vikas Behl's 'Queen' which was set to release on February 28 has been pushed ahead one week and will now release on March 7. However, now, it will have to clash with Soumik Sen's 'Gulaab Gang' and 'Total Siyappa' at the marquee.
13 Feb 2014
Mumbai: Even as 'Gulaab Gang' gears up for release on March 7, it is being said that the film is based on Sampat Pal's life, which has already been captured in the documentary, 'Gulabi Gang'. However, Soumik Sen, director of 'Gulaab Gang', denies this. "The film is not inspired from any real-life story as it is a work of fiction. So the question of giving credit to anyone doesn't arise," he says.
15 May 2014
New Delhi: Bollywood’s timeless beauty Madhuri Dixit turns 46 today. The ‘Dhak Dhak’ girl of Bollywood has won millions hearts with her dance moves and magical smile.
27 Feb 2014
Bhopal: Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit said on Wednesday that she had not thought about joining politics.
18 Jan 2014
Mumbai: Actress Juhi Chawla, who will be seen in her maiden negative role in 'Gulaab Gang', says she was skeptical to take up the film as she was worried about the audience reaction to her shade of grey.
03 Mar 2014
Lucknow: Gulabi Gang, which has been fighting for women rights in the most part of northern India, seems to be developing fissure with some of the members alleging commander Sampat Pal Singh of fulfilling her political desires.
22 Aug 2014
New Delhi: Union Minister Arun Jaitley is facing wide scale criticism from all corners over his controversial comments on Thursday in which he described the gruesome December 16 gang-rape as a ‘small incident’.
10 Jan 2014
Mumbai: Women in Film and Television (WIFT) India will launch the official trailer of women-centric movie ‘Gulaab Gang’ on their social media pages on Friday.
15 Jan 2014
Mumbai: Taking a look at the spate of films where actresses might just pip their male counterparts in the opening credits. When Shah Rukh Khan’s film Chennai Express was up for release, the actor made it loud and clear that the opening credits in all his films would now carry the name of his leading lady before his own.