After making a much controversial entry in the industry with her film Nishabd, actress Jiah Khan might not have been very active in the film circuit but she claims she will be back with a bang soon, having signed a three-film deal. I recently signed a ... Asian Age, 2 months ago
For many, fitness is a way of life. But for actor Jiah Khan, known for her controversial debut in Nishabd opposite Amitabh Bachchan, and her role in Ghajini, fitness is a way to learn different art forms. She gives credit to her mother for mentoring ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
The filmmaker's visual narration is noted for being dark and intense even if he is dealing with a love story like Nishabd . The Satya helmer says it is not in him to make typical flowery love story. "I think may be the innocence of love is lost and realism of ...DNA, 2 months ago
Mumbai lass and Bachchan heroine Parul Yadav will next be seen in Crazy Star Ravichandaran's upcoming directorial venture Apurva. "Ravichandaran sir is acting in and directing the film, which is about a girl named Apurva. I play the title ...Times of India, 7 hours ago
Going by the barrage of movies Bollywood has churned out lately, with the twenty something heroines being paired opposite the forty plus heroes, it's palpable that this trend is becoming a quintessential ingredient with filmmakers. Although this isn't any ...Bollywood Hungama, 1 month ago Odd Pairing: Why are younger heroines paired opposite older heroes? Yahoo! India, 1 month ago Odd-Pairing-Why-are-younger-heroines-paired-opposite-older-heroes Hindustan Times, 1 month ago Why are younger heroines paired opposite older heroes? Indian Express, 1 month ago
Devgn had first appeared as a child actor in PYARI BEHNA (1985). He began his professional career six years later with in and received a Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut for his performance. The actor his very first film proved that acting has ...Glamsham, 1 month ago
From the sublime to the ridiculous, Ram Gopal Varma’s films have been at the extreme ends of the Bollywood spectrum. Ranjeeta Ganesan decodes the original poster boy of “new wave” cinema His factory was the stuff of which edgy dreams were made. He confronted convention, discerned talent and showed that guns and gravel could make perfectly acceptable substitutes for candyfloss. Aspiring writers, film makers and technicians found a messiah in the producer-director who ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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