Did Viveik try to snatch Nikhil's role?
Nikhil Diwvedi had apparently been almost ousted from his debut film My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves when a corporate house that director E. Niwas approached to produce the film insisted on signing Viveik Oberoi.
US firm eyes Bollywood market in North America
New York-based digital media company Saavn is working on a new strategy to tap the hundreds of millions dollar market for Bollywood films and music in North America.
Hrithik to refrain from action scenes
Indian superhero Hrithik Roshan, who has just recovered from a serious knee injury, says he will avoid doing stunts for some time.
Raman Kumar to make 'Saath Saath' sequel
The end of idealism and the beginning of compromise sometimes indicate the culmination of many creative pursuits. One such was Raman Kumar's small, slender but immensely large-hearted 1982 film Saath Saath After more than two decades, the director is set to make a sequel to the film.
'Romance rumours are harming Gul Panag's career'
Kirron and Anupam Kher's son Sikandar denies rumours that he is dating Gul Panag and says such reports are harming her career.
Shefali, Sarika - who will Amitabh romance in Sircar's film?
Director Soojit Sircar of Yahaan fame is looking for a suitable actress to play Amitabh Bachchan's love interest in his untitled venture to be produced by UTV, one of the most prestigious productions houses in Bollywood.
'Bindaas' to see Puneet in a new avatar (Preview)
Puneet Raj Kumar's fans can hardly wait for his next film, Bindaas, which is expected to be released either in the last week of January or early February. Film's director D. Rajendra Babu says Puneet plays a completely different character in it.
I am really disappointed in myself: Mischa Barton
Mischa Barton, best known for her role in the TV series The OC, is disappointed with herself.
Winslet replaces Kidman in 'The Reader'
Kate Winslet has replaced Nicole Kidman in the post-war drama The Reader The latter has pulled out of the role opposite Ralph Fiennes because she is pregnant.
India makes it to Asia's biggest rock jamboree for first time
Come March, the first Western music band from India will rock at the Asian Beat 2008, one of Asia's biggest amateur rock music competitions, in Taiwan. India has found a slot for itself for the first time in 10 years since the Beat started in
Injured Shah Rukh attends protege's film premiere
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan is leaving no stone unturned to support his friend and protege Nikhil Diwvedi who makes his debut in the released The My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves
Feature film on devdasi tradition awaits release
The film, Harward Entertainment's Pranali - The Tradition, exposes the darker side of this system of temple dancers marrying the presiding deities of shrines and dedicating their lives to their divine husbands
'Taare Zameen Par' makes Advani cry
Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader L.K. Advani showed his emotional side when he could not control his tears after watching Bollywood star Aamir Khan's directorial debut Taare Zameen Par, a movie about a dyslexic child.
I can cope with any challenge now: Director Niwas
Director E. Niwas, whose film My Name is Anthony Gonsalves is now showing in the theatres, says making it was a backbreaking experience.
I've been criticised for playing to gallery: Sameer
Bollywood blockbuster Saawariya may have turned around lyricist Sameer's fortunes but he laments that despite being poetic and trendy in his lyrics, people have accused him of compromising on quality.
Metallic trend shines, but go easy on silver and gold
Metallic materials and accents glisten throughout many of this year's designer collections. Entire outfits in metallic colours - gold, silver, bronze and copper - are making their imprint in the so-called future trend alongside the slick lacquered look.
Malayalam films need marketing professionals: Nedumudi Venu
Sada refused to comment when asked if Malayalam superstars are ageing. Veteran Malayalam actor Nedumudi Venu Saturday warned the Kerala film industry that it was in dire need of marketing professionals.
Santoshi makes strong social statement with 'Halla Bol' (Film Review)
Film: Halla Bol review Cast: Ajay Devgan, Pankaj Kapoor, Vidya Balan; Direction: Raj Kumar Santoshi; Rating: *** 1/2
Mammootty, Mohanlal bag Asianet awards
Rival film stars Mammootty and Mohanlal have bagged this year's Ujala-Asianet film awards presented by a private television channel in Kerala. Popular actress Meera Jasmine won the Best Actress award for her roles in Orae Kadal and Vinodhayatra
Talk show divas clash over US presidential support
The outspoken and controversial comedienne Roseanne Barr has slammed talk show host Oprah Winfrey for her political beliefs.
Socialite Paris Hilton seen sporting ring
Socialite-heiress Paris Hilton was seen wearing a diamond ring, fuelling speculation that she might be engaged.
Britney Spears 'too hot' for clothes
Troubled pop star Britney Spears reportedly yelled that she was too hot for clothes and refused to dress up for the police during the bathroom standoff with her son last week.
Johnny Depp wanted to be a musician
Actor Johnny Depp says he never wanted to be an actor and that music was his first love
Eminem's mom worried about son's health
Rapper Eminem's mother has expressed concern over the health of her son, who was treated for pneumonia in December last year and is perpetually sick these days.
2007 was an exciting year for me: Boman Irani
He may not have been able to Bend It Like Beckham, but football buff Boman Irani thinks the character of a washed-out football coach with a shady past in Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal was his biggest challenge in 2007.
Toronto Film Festival founder Cohl is dead
Murray `Dusty' Cohl, who was the brain behind the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), died here Friday of liver cancer at the age of 78.
I like making masala films: Rohit Shetty
Rohit Shetty, the son of legendary fight master Shetty, grew up on a staple of action movies and started his career by directing a film in the same genre. But now he is focusing on comedies.
My popularity has nothing to do with TV: Vinay Pathak
While most celebrities would agree that television remarkably increases the visibility of a star, Bollywood actor Vinay Pathak refuses to give credit to the small screen or theatre for his soaring popularity.
Sharmila Tagore for minimal censors
Actress Sharmila Tagore, chairperson of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC )
will soon be seen judging a reality show on television Image India. She is also to act in Tasveer, a film being directed by Nagesh Kuknoor of Iqbal fame.
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