IST In 'Dil Hai Hi Maanta Nahin', Pooja Bhatt escapes from her father's yacht and hops on a bus to meet her boyfriend. On the bus she meets reporter Raghu Jaitly (Aamir Khan). Where is she traveling to? More ... IBNLive India News, 9 hours ago
Bombay Velvet paints a pretty postcard but not the soul of its decade, feels Sukanya Verma. Cluttered with reminders of the past, the Bombay in Anurag Kashyap’s brand new movie pretends to exist in the late 1960s. Posters of classic movies and advertisements, archived headlines, trams and vintage car models, a city and its neighbourhoods still known by their original names, old-fashioned clothes and hairstyles, emergence of young technology, appreciation for refined ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Daughters of fathers, fathers of daughters. Bollywood's take on this most delicate and deep of relationships has often been simple, simplistic even. Actor Amitabh Bachchan writes in a Facebook post, "The bond between a Father and Daughter has ...NDTV, 2 weeks ago
The Kerala Board AH SSLC result for the session 2015 has been published on the official website. Based on the SSLC results, the students are enrolled into Higher Secondary Education(HSE) which was previously known as pre-degree and was conducted in ...India Today, 1 month ago
Aamir Khan, brilliant 11 times over. The first time any of us saw Aamir Khan on a big screen, it was as a child in Yaadon Ki Baarat, 41 years ago. He has made many an impact since, having starred in some truly excellent films as well as some total turkeys, but it has been a career with enough reasons to celebrate. In a special series to celebrate Aamir's 50th birthday on March 14, Raja Sen/ Rediff.com brings to you his favourite Aamir performances. Do vote for YOUR favourite at the end. ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
'The public has appreciated Badlapur and a black marketeer was trying to sell me a ticket the other day!' Director Sriram Raghavan tells Patcy N/ Rediff.com "Badlapur is my first film that is making money. My other films are liked by people who watch them on DVD!” director Sriram Raghavan exclaims. Raghavan is basking in the rave reviews that his latest film has won. In this interview with Patcy N/ Rediff.com, he discusses the finer points of his film. Spoiler Alert! The interview reveals ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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