Bombay to Bangkok film review : Nothing special with this flight
Film: Bombay To Bangkok review, Cast: Shreyas Talpade, Lina Christianson, Vijay Maurya, Yatin Karyekar; Director: Nagesh Kukunoor; Rating: *
I'd love to run for the mumbai marathon : Shriya Saran
Actress Shriya Saran I'd love to run for the marathon. To me it means the city coming together to share a dream of oneness. It's a symbol of unity and collective harmony for the Mumbaikars.
Britney Spears might be in Memoirs of a Medicated Child film
Troubled pop star Britney Spears might just be back on a movie project she was reportedly out of a website reports that Tommy Parker, the director and producer of the movie Memoirs of a Medicated Child, says Spears might still be involved in the project.
Kylie Minogue not like her songs online
Australian pop superstar Kylie Minogue, who has battled cancer, admitted that she goes to Google to find out any famous men that she might like. She is not happy that her songs are still available online and she doesn't like seeing them online.
Jolie, Pitt keen on a movie together
Hollywood's star couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt want to act in a movie together.
Britney's hit was Minogue's castoff
Pop star Kylie Minogue rejected the offer to lend her voice to Toxic, which went on to become a hit after going to Britney Spears who had been keen on it.
TV doctor rues taking Britney's health to town
US television show doctor Phil McGraw regrets going public with his thoughts on troubled pop singer Britney Spears' mental health.
India's first digital entertainment city in Hyderabad
India's first digital entertainment city is coming up in Hyderabad, with animation companies, film production houses, music and television studios and an entertainment complex.
We should support issue-based films: Shiela Dikshit
Delhi Chief Minister Shiela Dikshit says the last movie she saw and thoroughly enjoyed was Aamir Khan's Taare Zameen Par, which focuses on dyslexic children. She feels more such issue based films should be made in the country.
Nepal government cans film on king's forefather
The makers of Prithvi Narayan Shah, the eponymous film on Prithvi Narayan who ventured out of his ancestral kingdom of Gorkha in west Nepal and overran the neighbouring principalities between 1744-1755, bemoan the repeated derailment of their venture.
Police rap photographers chasing Britney
Four photographers who were following pop star Britney Spears have been fined for violating traffic rules.
Sienna Miller takes on US daily for 'false story'
British actress Sienna Miller has slapped a missive on New York Daily News for publishing a story that suggested she was the reason behind the break up of Sean Penn and Robin Wright Penn's marriage.
Lily Allen wants another baby after miscarriage
British singer Lily Allen says she wants to have another baby with her boyfriend Ed Simmons following her miscarriage a few days ago.
Sushmita Sen returns money to producer
Histrionic abilities may not be Sushmita Sen's greatest plus point as an actress despite occasional flashes in movies like Main Hoon Na and Filhaal, but this former Miss Universe-turned movie star is quite a professional.Recently, she returned the advance money - or signing amount in Bollywood parlance
After playing football, John set to climb mountain
Actor John Abraham has decided to reposition himself as a fun-loving and sporty entertainer. For Goal, Andy Ansah, one of the best football choreographers in the world, trained John. the actor will now feature in a film on mountain climbing to be directed by Soham Shah.
For bleak Hollywood, Sundance is perfect escape
For a Hollywood mired in an industry-wrecking writers' strike, the Sundance Festival could not have come a day too soon. It's a far cry from the kind of arts-centred festival that Robert Redford was hoping for when he launched the festival in 1978 and named it after his character in Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, a film from the most uniquely American genre - the Western.
Mithoon scores music for Malaysian film
Young composer Mithoon Sharma, son of Bollywood composer Naresh Sharma, is riding a new high. He has just composed the entire score for a Malaysian film called Diva
It's 'Freeze', 'Fame' for Neil Mukesh
The two new films that Neil Nitin Mukesh of Johnny Gaddar fame has signed have peculiar titles. One of them is called 'Fame' while the other is tentatively titled 'Freeze'. I guess audiences expect unusual titles from me after 'Johnny Gaddar' and my release 'Tera Kya Hoga Johnny', Neil told
No ghosts on my news channel: Anuradha Prasad
The quality of content is her primary concern and journalist-cum-TV producer Anuradha Prasad has laid down some guidelines for her month-old news channel News 24. For one, no ghost stories!
Saif and rock bands Strings, Parikrama to woo music buffs
Bollywood actor Saif Ali Khan and rock bands Strings and Parikrama combo sounds unusual. The same trio is now all set to rock the movie and music buffs across the country in a four-city rock concert tour that kicks off Friday in Bangalore.
Rajni New Films
Rajnikanth new films Tamil movies, Kuselan and Robot movie news in details, a collection of news about rajni's latest movies Robot and Kuselan
McKellan remembers Renfro
Veteran actor Ian McKellan remembers the 25-year-old Brad Renfro, who died recently, and says that he was determined to be accepted as a proper actor.
Beyonce may perform at Grammys
Singer Beyonce Knowles has hinted that she will perform at the upcoming Grammy awards even if striking writers boycott the event.
Irwin's widow wants to help Spears
Terri, the widow of the late crocodile hunter Steve Irwin, is offering troubled pop star Britney Spears a chance to get away from Hollywood and spend some time in the wild.
McConaughey's mom wants him to marry girlfriend
Actor Matthew McConaughey's mother wants him to marry his Brazilian model girlfriend Camila Alves who is three months pregnant.
Eminem offered role of spokesperson for diet company
Rapper Eminem is being offered the chance to be a spokesperson for diet company Slim-Fast as he is having weight problems.
Awkwardness persists between Kutcher, Willis
Actress Demi Moore admits there is enduring awkwardness between her much younger husband Ashton Kutcher and ex-hubby Bruce Willis.
Breakthrough in Hollywood strike
Hollywood directors reached a new three-year pay deal with the main producer's organisation, upping pressure on the striking Writers Guild of America (WGA) to end its 11-week strike that has disrupted film and TV production.
Mithun's and Bappi Lahiri's sons team up to create history
GenNext has come of age. Their fathers rocked the film industry in the 1980s and now Mithun Chakraborty's son Mimoh and Bappi Lahiri's son Bappa have teamed up for an item song in Jimmy
Berlin abuzz with rumours of Tom Hanks movie project
Tom Hanks is planning a movie about a US-born pop singer who became an idol from East Germany to Siberia after embracing communism and settling in East Berlin in the early 1970s.
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