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Malaika: My heart breaks every time I have to say No
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Malaika: My heart breaks every time I have to say No

The fabulous Malaika Arora Khan back on television once more. Rajul Hegde/Rediff.com reports. This is my third stint (as a judge) on India’s Got Talent. In my first season I was trying to figure things out. In the second season, I was in awe. Now I am completely spellbound by what I see. "The real challenge in every fresh outing is to push the envelope and do something different. We have loads of that this time around," she says proudly. The new season has international talent, "techno ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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'I thought people would not vote for me because I haven't lived in India'

'The feeling has to yet sink in that I have won the title of MasterChef India,' Nikita Gandhi tells Rajul Hegde. Twenty-one-year-old Nikita Gandhi from the UAE, born in Ahmedabad, is the new MasterChef India 4.  She takes home a sum of Rs 1 crore and the golden chef’s coat.  Her winning dessert, Passion Fruit Amrakhand with White Chocolate Pistachio and Ghari with Raspberry Sauce, featured on the menu of Chef Sanjeev Kapoor’s Signature Lounge, in Dubai ...
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'The cockroaches were biting and running all over my body'

Actress Riddhi Dogra talks to Rediff. com contributor Rajul Hegde about her Khatron Ke Khiladi -
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'I never thought Baa would become so popular!'

Veteran actress Sudha Shivpuri, known for her role as Baa on Ekta Kapoor's hugely popular telly soap Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, passed away, on May 20 in Mumbai. She was 77. We reproduce here, an interview with the veteran actress, published in January 2008. Sudha Shivpuri started her career at an age when most people retire. Her character Baa in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi is such a favourite among viewers that even at 106, no one wants the character to die! ...
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Irrfan: Deepika Padukone wants to flourish as an actor

'For Shoojit Sircar, the story he wants to tell is more important. His choice of a subject in not based on viability of the film.' 'Amitabh Bachchan seems like an enthusiastic student who has just come out of an acting school and wants to explore.'Irrfan Khan talks Piku and his Hollywood projects in the offing, Jurassic World and Tom Hanks starrer third Da Vinci Code movie Inferno with Rajul Hegde/Rediff.com.Top image: Deepika Padukone and Irrfan Khan in Piku.Irrfan Khan, ...
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'I am really exhausted when I reach home'

From being a national level swimmer to playing a swimmer on the show Swim Team, Pooja Banerjee reveals her long journey to Rajul Hegde.After featuring in shows like Ek Doosre Se Karte Pyar Hum and Hatim, actress Pooja Banerjee is now playing the lead in the newly launched show, Swim Team, on Channel V.  The actress, who is a national level swimmer, is playing an aspiring swimmer in the show. “In the last few years, I have really explored... I've been a ...
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'Cinema is my first love'

Seven years after she rose to fame with Amber Dhara, actress Kashmira Irani returns to televsion with a youth-based show.But she'd love to try films, she reveals to Rajul Hegde/Rediff.comKashmira Irani (of Amber Dhara fame) returns to a daily soap after seven years with Dosti Yariyaan Manmarziyan, on Star Plus. “I was really kicked by the youthful concept. It’s the story of most Indian girls. “Also, what really appealed to me was the vibe I got when the story was narrated to ...
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'I don't want to be on television every day'

'A kiss is very common in real life and in cinema, but I don't know why it is over-rated in television.' Television actress Kritika Kamra returns to the small screen after a two year hiatus. Kritika Kamra returns to television with the new show Reporters, on Sony Entertainment Television. Kritika plays budding journalist Ananya Kashyap, a role that required some effort, she says. She tells Rediff.com contributor Rajul Hegde more about the serial. You are doing a daily soap after two ...
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'I have come back to television like a newcomer and I am nervous'

'I have been in the industry for some time now and I understand the pressure as an actor, as well as the pressure a journalist goes though,' Rajeev Khandelwal tells Rajul Hegde. Rajeev Khandelwal's telly comeback recently went viral. It wasn't because we missed the Kahin To Hoga star (well, of course, we did!) but because the promos of his new show Reporters saw him kiss actress Kritika Kamra and her slapping him for it. The actor discusses his new show with Rediff.com contributor Rajul Hegde.
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'When I walk out of a concert, I am a prince'

'Vishal-Shekar, Pritam, Anu Malik, Shankar-Ehsan-Loy, Nadeem-Shravan and Ankit Tiwari gave me some of their best songs over the years. They have contributed to me being who I am.' KK discusses his top songs with Rediff.com contributor Rajul Hegde, and even sings some of them! "Pal is a must in all my concerts," says Krishnakumar Kunnath, popularly known as KK.  The singer has sung some of the biggest chartbusters like Tadap Tadap Ke (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam), Awarapan ...
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