27 Feb 2015
Kolkata: Bengali actress Tanima Sen, who is known for her Bengali shows, is making her debut on Hindi TV drama 'Swaragini'. Tanima, who cannot speak Hindi fluently, said she bagged the role because it was the demand of the script to have such a character in the story.
26 Feb 2015
Kolkata: From the Howrah Bridge to Victoria Memorial, tram lines to the Kalighat Temple and Millenium Park various key locations of Kolkata have been captured for a new Hindi TV show 'Swaragini', which highlights the cultural conflicts between two neighbouring families.
19 Feb 2015
Washington: The common ancestral language of Indo-European languages - such as Hindi, English and Greek - originated about 5,500-6,500 years ago, scientists have found.
28 Jan 2015
Lucknow: Upset over removal of 'UP Rising' posters at 'Pravasi Bhartiya Diwas' in Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh government has planned to organise a diaspora conclave of its own for the first time to woo investors and associate NRIs in development of the state.
06 Feb 2015
Mumbai: Veteran actors Kamal Haasan and Sarika's younger daughter Akshara Haasan, who is making her debut in Bollywood with 'Shamitabh', says she had started working on her Hindi diction six months before the film went on floors.
09 Feb 2015
Mumbai: Actress Vidya Balan says it is thanks to her passion for acting that she didn't fall prey to the casting couch in the Hindi film industry.
26 Jan 2015
Kolkata: Lyricist Javed Akhtar has translated eight songs of Rabindranath Tagore to Hindi, which are featured in an album. To be launched on Monday at the Kolkata Literary Meet here, 'Anant' has eight songs such as 'Tum Kaisey', 'Tumhey Janoo', 'Ghanghor', 'Aisa Tumhara Prem', 'Sakhi Prem' among others.
02 Feb 2015
New Delhi: 'Shor in the City' actress Radhika Apte, who is known for her roles in art house films, is looking forward to Varun Dhawan-starrer 'Badlapur' as she feels it will be an image-breaker for her.
02 Feb 2015
Mumbai: Actress Manisha Koirala says though Bollywood is often projected as a harsh industry, she salutes its artistes for having great respect and affection towards each other.
14 Sep 2013
New Delhi: September 14 is celebrated as Hindi Diwas to mark the importance of Hindi language. It was back in 1949, that the constituent assembly decided to acknowledge Hindi as the official language and in 1950, the Constitution of India adopted Hindi in Devanagri Script as the official language of the union.