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Ace Designer and couturier Archana Kochhar talks about her experience designing Shriya Saran
Raveena Tandon’s blog on the Kangana Ranaut and Hrithik Roshan saga needs more views. Read it and you will know why.
Here is ace fashion designer Archana Kochhar’s exclusive Facebook blog for Bollywood Journalist. This week her muse is Ayesha Takia. Find #BollywoodDesignDiaries on Facebook to find all her blogs.
Here is ace fashion designer Archana Kochhar’s exclusive Facebook blog for Bollywood Journalist. This week her muse is Kareena Kapoor. Find #BollywoodDesignDiaries on Facebook to find all her blogs.
Arfi Lamba, who hit the big league with ‘Slumdog Millionaire’, talks about his personal demons and how a trip to Cannes redeemed him.
Manisha Koirala writes that a leading Bollywood director once called her a ‘shit actress’. That changed her.
Adhyayan Suman defends himself in the face of the constant bashing he has received in the media post his first interview on Kangana Ranaut
Adhyayan Suman spoke his heart out about his ‘abuse’ by Kangana Ranaut after seven long years. Ironically, he revealed more about himself than Kangana Ranaut.
An author who has penned a book on ‘Brand Shah Rukh Khan’ pens down her thoughts after watching ‘Fan’
The amazing story of how a simple tweet unfurled chain of shocking events for a disappointed filmmaker
Everything you wanted to know about his latest film, Yashraj’s FAN, directly from SRK
Why Shah Rukh Khan wants to shed the baggage of Shah Rukh Khan that was. And where he is headed next.
Our columnist Ram Kamal Mukherjee returns from his ‘secret mission’ and talks about a film which could have been Sidharth Malhotra’s ‘Badlapur’, but unfortunately it’s Fawad Khan who took the cake and the bakery.
Read Mukherjee’s completely different take on Shakun Batra’s latest outing.
Unlike this year’s best picture ‘Spotlight’, Bollywood has come nowhere near the real Indian newsroom or journalism
Shah Rukh Khan talks about his fanboy days and his forthcoming film which is not his usual type
Apart from Leo’s big win and Lady Gaga’s emotional performance, it was Priyanka Chopra’s presence at the Oscars that had us jumping out of our chairs
Preity Zinta will be marrying at a famous Los Angeles church away from everybody’s prying eyes
There’s no filter between Hema Malini’s brain and her lips. This exclusive interview reinforces that belief of our’s.
Here is a first-hand account about what happened at the Grammy Awards 2016 at the Staples Centre, LA
Nine months after Caitlyn Jenner first came out to the world, she shared the highs and lows of her decades-long struggle at an exclusive conference of women trailblazers in Palos Verdes, California
Celebrity moms and wives are no different from their ‘normal’ counterparts. They face the same issues and same challenges. But Twinkle Khanna makes it seem amazingly funny.
Has good content ceased to exist in Bollywood’s 100-crore race? Really? Here’s a reality check by our blogger, author Koral Dasgupta.
Former Bollywood star Somy Ali doesn’t watch Bollywood films regularly and she has good reasons for it
The amazing story behind the extreme hardship of Farah Khan and Sajid Khan as children. Read on and feel inspired…
A flop in Bollywood can make you hit rock bottom. But you need to rise again and start the journey afresh.
That’s the feisty daughter of Pooja Bedi speaking. This is a no-holds-barred blog.
Actress Dia Mirza questions why a necessary, beautiful and pleasurable act is still considered a ‘sin’ in India
The new generation is moving away from Gandhi; we need Bollywood to make him relevant again. Smita Sarkar writes about the need for a revival
The phasing away of hand-pulled rickshaws from the streets of Calcutta has disturbed Om Puri. He puts forward a point. We think that the West Bengal government should care to listen
The inspiring story of Raju Hirani’s struggle and a rare video when he was a model and struggling in Bollywood
The former Editor of Bombay Times and DNA After Hrs, Gauri Sinh, on the eve of her new book release, says her journey through Tinseltown was like Alice in Wonderland chasing the White Rabbit: at once strange and wonderful!