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  • Going for a “Doob” with Irrfan Khan

    Once considered an underdog, he defied belonging to any class of actors and time and time again has proven his distinctive acting skills. He is one of the first actors from India to star in big Hollywood movies such as “Jurassic World” and “Life of Pi”. Showbiz meets Irrfan Khan!

  • Movies make Hindi popular

    Sadly, the 10th edition of the World Hindi Conference will be remembered for the protest of some self-proclaimed champions and spokespersons of Hindi. They were unhappy that screen icon Amitabh Bachchan was invited to speak on the last day of the conference, arguing that the film star has no claim to fame in popularising Hindi. This is a travesty of facts.

  • Becoming a Bollywood music director: DJ Aqeel

    After delivering some of the popular remixes for Bollywood, DJ Aqeel is turning into a music director for Hindi filmdom.

  • Image means a lot in film industry: Kangana Ranaut

    The National Award winner expressed her views at the launch of film critic Anupama Chopra's book "The Front Row: Conversations Of Cinema".

  • Gautami Kapoor faints while shooting for TV show

    The 40-year-old fainted due to high blood pressure while she was shooting in scorching heat. But being a professional, she completed her shoot with no fuss.

  • Varun Dhawan

    Nawazuddin gives 'full marks' to Varun Dhawan

    The actor in front of Nawazuddin Siddiqui in "Badlapur" was a relatively inexperienced Varun Dhawan. But balancing out his own experiences with the "Main Tera Hero" actor in "Badlapur" turned out to be a smooth sailing for the National Award winner.

  • Radhika Apte

    Can't see myself just looking pretty and dancing: Radhika Apte

    For an actress who has worked in films in seven languages even before turning 30, Radhika has a hunger to excel in unexpected roles.

  • Lata Mangeshkar mimicked at music award, industry baffled

    The organisers wanted to invite Lata Mangeshkar to honour her. When she couldn't attend they decided to make fun of her.