The on-going International Children's Film Festival organised by a local school has its share of celebs. Times of India, 3 weeks ago
Darsheel Safary has recently played a lovelorn teen on TV (inset) as a child actor By Anu Prabhakar Darsheel Safary is in experimental mode. The former child actor from Taare Zameen Par talks about his latest TV role as a lovelorn teenager, ...Mumbai Mirror, 1 month ago Star grows up, stays grounded Pune Mirror, 1 month ago
MUMBAI — If the universal motif of a Hindi film is love, then at second place would come the love of a mother for her son and/or daughter. Motherhood is a sacred state second to none, and Hindi cinema has given it its due status as a near divine ...India-West, 2 days ago
01 Remember that beautiful-looking seven year old from 'Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham?' Yes the one who played Kajol and Shah Rukh Khan's son, Krissh, in the film! The very same one who gave us all goosebumps in the scene where he sang, 'Jana Gana Mana' ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Zubaan is about a stuttering ambitious small-towner out to prove his worth in the big bad world. Some other films dealing with with disability New Delhi: Last week's release Zubaan tries to belie the perception that Indian films are not particularly ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
Exam tension? Bollywood offers some wise lessons. They might not go to school any more but actors do know a great deal about exams. It’s called Friday when the box office decides the fate of the film and, consequently, their career. On screen, of course, they’re playing the carefree student all the time. Between the indispensable song and dance, it's amazing how they squeeze in some time to study too. All right then, final exams hanging over your head? Just follow Bollywood’s ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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