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The Rockstar Baba is back with 3rd MSG film!

Rockstar Baba showcases his new film MSG: The Warrior Lion Heart. Patcy N and Afsar Dayatar capture the mood at the huge concert in Sirsa, Haryana, to promote the film.  IMAGE: Gurmeet Ram Rahim at the concert Spiritual leader-turned-actor Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insaan is ready to grace the big screen once again. After MSG: The Messenger of God and MSG 2: The Messenger, he will be seen in the third film in the series called MSG: The Warrior Lion Heart. It ..., 3 weeks ago

How Ajit became a suave villain

'My father became a very popular villain and in some films, was paid more than the hero.' 'He was a very simple person. All he needed was six pairs of white shirts and trousers for the whole year, one or two packets of Dunhill cigarettes a day and books.' Shehzaad Khan on his famous father Ajit. IMAGE: Ajit in Yaadon Ki Baaraat One of the most distinctive screen villains in Hindi cinema Ajit passed away on October 22, 1998. The legendary actor, who was born Hamid Ali Khan, is mostly ...
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'After Indira Gandhi's assassination, it wasn't riots, it was a massacre'

'People who were killed didn't even know why they were being killed.''Because a couple of Sikhs assassinated Indira Gandhi, the whole community had to pay for it.'   IMAGE: Soha Ali Khan in 31st October. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination on October 31, 1984 and its horrific aftermath has inspired several films over the years. National Award-winning director Shivaji Lotan Patil's 31st October tells the story of a Sikh family which went through hell after the assassination.
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'Kareena and Saif are a solid couple'

'There are family friends who lived through 1984.'Some even left the country and never came back.'Soha Ali Khan gets serious. Photograph: Soha Ali Khan/Instagram Soha Ali Khan will be seen in a heart-wrenching role in her new film, 31st October but she's really in a happy space in life now. The actress, who celebrated her 37th birthday on October 4, is excited about becoming an aunt all over again. Her big brother Saif is expecting a baby with Kareena Kapoor Khan, and the entire Pataudi ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

'My style of acting is different from what you relate Anil Kapoor with'

'My father knows that he was not good in Parinda. He himself told me that he messed it up because he was so successful at that time with Ram Lakhan and Tezaab. He was so iconic as Munna that he tried to recreate it all the time. It is not necessarily the best thing to do.' Harshvardhan Kapoor says why he's blessed to be an actor in today’s days. Photograph: Harshvardhan Kapoor Growing up as the son of actor Anil Kapoor and nephew of filmmaker Boney Kapoor, Harshvardhan Kapoor was torn ...
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'There is a lot of curiosity regarding me in Bollywood'

'I am happy that I got to meet Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan. I get very excited when I see a message from Aamir on my phone.' Sunny Leone is all praise for the Khans. Photograph: Sunny Leone/ Instagram Sunny Leone is one of Bollywood's busiest actresses. After giving us Mastizaade and One Night Stand this year, she will be seen in Beiimaan Love, coming up in October. She's also busy with item numbers -- Tu Zaroorat Nahi Tu Zaroori Hai with Sharman Joshi for ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'The untold story of MS Dhoni is...'

'There is only one thing common between Dhoni and me: We take our work seriously, not ourselves.' IMAGE: Mahendra Singh Dhoni takes Sushant Singh Rajput for a ride on his mean machine. Photograph: Sushant Singh Rajput/Instagram Sushant Singh Rajput has moulded himself to be like cricket legend Mahendra Singh Dhoni, and he seems happy with the result. The actor will be seen in MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, directed by Neeraj Pandey, who has given us A Wednesday and Special 26 earlier. Sushant ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Meet Bollywood's Next Big Thing, Saiyami Kher

'One can't be inhibited in Bollywood, so southern cinema was the best place to learn and break inhibitions.''That's why I went there.''It was just dancing around trees and on top of buses, and a lot of over-the-top acting.' IMAGE: Saiyami Kher. Photograph: Saiyami Kher/Instagram Saiyami Kher is ready to make her big Bollywood debut with Mirzya. Directed by Rakyesh Omprakash Mehra, it also sees Harshvardhan Kapoor's debut. Saiyami is not new to the movies. Her paternal grandmother Usha Kiran ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

USA: MKCA, Chicago Celebrates Monthi Fest

Chicago, Sep 13: The members of the Mangalorean Konkan Christian Association (MKCA/USA) joined together with their friends and families to celebrate the Nativity of mother Mary (Monti Fest) at the Courtland Square Club House, Des Plaines, IL. For ...
 Daijiworldcom1 month ago USA: MKCA celebrates Monthi Fest  Daijiworldcom1 month ago

'We have to imagine beyond a point and create a world in Mohenjo Daro'

'After the trailer was out, people felt it did not look like ancient India, but how much you do know about Mohenjo Daro? We have found certain coins and objects like a dancing girl, a bearded man... it is difficult to create a world based that only.'  'There are certain things that you have to imagine.' Mohenjo Daro actor Nitish Bhardwaj defends his film. IMAGE: Nitish Bhardwaj in Mohenjo Daro. The man we all know as Krishna will play uncle to Hrithik Roshan in Mohenjo Daro.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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