Birthday gift: Dharmendra takes Hema on a holiday abroad
Dream Girl Hema Malini's own dream to go on a holiday with husband Dharmendra is finally coming true.
Spice Girls having problems working together
Spice Girls are working on a reunion music video but things are not going smoothly and there are rumours of back stage tension.
Cruise tries to cheer up Beckham
Hollywood star Tom Cruise is making plans to cheer up friend David Beckham, upset after his team Los Angeles Galaxy failed to make it to the playoffs in the US soccer league, by taking him for some outdoor fun.
I want to make a Bhojpuri thriller: Anurag Kashyap
He always strives to tell untold stories. And, sure enough, director Anurag Kashyap now wants to make movies on Indian comic books, the Hindu holy city of Varanasi and a thriller in Bhojpuri.
Raj Kanwar plans to bring Rekha, Shabana together
Outwardly there's no love lost between the two. Many years ago, Shabana Azmi had been openly critical of Rekha's dialogues and performances.
'Aa Dinagalu' recreates 80s underworld of Bangalore(Kannada Review)
Film: Aa Dinagal; Cast: Chetan, Archana, Atul Kulkarni, Ashis Vidyarthi, Sharath Lohitashva, Girish Karnad; Director: Chaitanya; Music Director: Ilayaraja; Producers: Syed Aman and M.S. Ravindra
'No Smoking' - another dark film by Anurag Kashyap
Anurag Kashyap returns with another dark and gritty drama after Black Friday No Smoking, which releases Friday, has been extensively shot in Kazakhstan, Siberia and Russia and stars John Abraham.The film, which also has Ayesha Takia, Paresh Rawal and Ranvir Shorey,
Designer Sabyasachi to make directorial debut (Interview)
Ace fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee, who has been dressing up Bollywood stars, is now all set to direct them too.
Raj Kanwar plans to bring Rekha, Shabana together
Outwardly there's no love lost between the two. Many years ago, Shabana Azmi had been openly critical of Rekha's dialogues and performances
Karunanidhi launches film version of Russian classic 'Mother'
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi has launched Tamil film Thai Kaviyam (The Mother Epic), based on his own version of Maxim Gorky's Russian classic Mother He hopes the movie, which will have Khushboo in the title role, would prove to be revolutionary
Chiranjeevi's daughter, husband tell court they fear for lives (Lead)
Telugu superstar Chiranjeevi's newly wed daughter and her husband Monday approached the Delhi High Court saying they feared for their lives as their parents were against their marriage. The court asked the actor to file a reply by Oct 29.
Rahman's small screen debut - for a cause
Composer A.R. Rahman is all set for the small screen debut. He has joined hands with the United Nations and production house Endemol for Mission Ustad - an enlightening musical show on to-be-launched Hindi entertainment channel 9X.
A Malayalam film on Gujarat riots
National award winning director T.V. Chandran Monday began filming here his latest venture Vilapangalku Appuram based on the aftermath of the 2002 Gujarat riots.
Dutt's reprieve over, heads for Yerewada Jail (Night Lead)
Bollywood star Sanjay Dutt was Monday headed back to Pune's Yerewada Jail after a two-month reprieve when a special anti-terrorism court here gave him a copy of the judgement convicting him in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts.
Chiranjeevi's brother hands over revolver to police
In yet another dramatic twist to the elopement and marriage of Telugu megastar Chrianjeevi's daughter with her lover, the actor's younger brother Monday surrendered his licensed revolver to the police.
Enduring romance with life behind Dev Anand's long innings
What has kept the evergreen Dev Anand ticking during his six eventful decades in the Hindi film industry as a star and a filmmaker is his enduring romance with life.
Indian candy brand Sweet World to open 100 new outlets
Riding high on its sweet success, Mumbai-based candy store chain Sweet World is set to invest at least Rs.48 million in the domestic market and open 100 new stores across the country by the end of 2008.
Two Indian chefs invited to US food festival
Two chefs from India have been invited as guest culinary experts at the 10th Annual Worlds of Flavour International Conference & Festival starting Nov 1 in California.
Dussehra torchlights, fireworks lit up Mysore sky
Mysore, the cultural capital of Karnataka, celebrated Dussehra Sunday with a torchlight parade and a dazzling display of fireworks marking the grand finale of the festivities at the royal grounds after sundown.
Italian experts to explore parts of ancient Patliputra
A three-member Italian archaeologist team, in a joint collaboration with the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI), will explore the undiscovered parts of the ancient Patliputra, near moder-day Patna.
New crop no challenge to Bollywood stars' hegemony (Weekly Roundup)
Having survived onslaughts by waves of star kids and supermodels, the Hindi film industry's over 40-year-old reigning superstars are showing no signs of slowing down and have little to fear from the new crop of entrants.
Britney sings about her divorce
Troubled pop star Britney Spears, who is working on a comeback, has recorded a song about her messy divorce with Kevin Federline.
I've put my heart and soul in 'Saawariya': Monty Sharma (Interview)
Monty Sharma, nephew of well known music composer Pyarelal, says he ate, slept and breathed the music of Saawariya for three years for perfectionist director Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
'Speed', another disappointment from Vikram Bhatt
Film: Speed; Cast: Zayed Khan, Urmila Matondkar, Aashish Chaudhary, Aftab Shivdasani, Sanjay Suri, Sophie Chaudhary, Tanushree Datta, Amrita Arora and Raj Zutshi; Director: Sanjay Suri; Rating: *
'Partner' sequel only in 2008, says David Dhawan
Comedy king David Dhawan has planned a sequel to his hit Partner with Salman and Govinda again, but will begin shooting only some time next year.
From guns to music for Mizoram chief minister
From a dreaded separatist guerrilla to one joining politics and now making musical waves, Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga has come a long way.
Marc Anthony dedicates song to wife
Singer Marc Anthony surprised a few people when he dedicated a special song to his wife Jennifer Lopez at a concert in Los Angeles.
Jackie was shy of shooting steamy scenes for 'Lolita'
Shashilal Nair had a tough time getting long-standing buddy Jackie Shroff to enact a steamy love scene for his Lolita, in which the director swears he has gone by the book
Roth upset over downloading of his movie
Director Eli Roth is upset that his movie Hostel: Part II is the most downloaded movie of all time.
Nobody has ever asked me to lose weight: Vidya Balan
Bollywood actress Vidya Balan, known for her charmingly traditional looks in her films, has undergone a complete makeover and says that it is a result of her self-realisation to look good.
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