Here’s a Valentine’s Day special interview. A candid Siddharth Malhotra shares stories from his days as a struggler in Bollywood
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In a chat with BollywoodJournalist, Nagesh Kukunoor talks about making a film on child prostitution and human trafficking when Bollywood seems obsessed with hero worship, mindless scripts and unrealistic fighting scenes
Suchitra Sen was Bengal’s greatest actress who chose to live indoors and shunned the prying media for the last 35 years of her life. For journalists in Kolkata, she was an enigma, a mystery and often referred to as the ‘Greta Garbo of Indian cinema’.
Have you ever heard about screen tests for a dog? That’s what happened with an upcoming Akshay Kumar film! Everything’s possible in Bollywood, my dear!
They are not trying to hide anything. Yet, they don’t want to admit to anything. The Katrina-Ranbir love story is an open but not a shut case for the news-starved Indian media.
In the concluding part of the interview, filmmaker Imtiaz Ali talks about his heroine Alia Bhatt and narrates a shocking incident when his crew was held at gun-point
Bollywood’s romance specialist admits in an interview that he is more confused about love than he ever was
The most successful regional actor in the history of Indian cinema, forgotten Punjabi star Satish Kaul, spends his days in uneasy solitude and restlessness.
Priyanka Chopra recounts her experience of shooting an international ad with iconic singer Bryan Adams. Bryan, a world-class fashion-photographer, has clicked some unforgettable images of the actress.
Actress Nagma pens an open letter for Waheeda Rahman and for anyone who’s trying to make it in Bollywood. This is Nagma’s debut blog.
Want to see how Hema Malini looks at the end of a gruelling 16-hour day? Just take a look at these pictures!
Presenting a bunch of Sonam Kapoor’s most candid photos where she is wearing her own clothes!
Bollywood actress Amrita Rao makes her debut as a blogger with this blog where she makes a strong case against the argument that Bollywood should stop manufacturing not make raunchy item numbers