Last updated: Monday, April 29, 2013 11:48:46 AM
A warm chit chat and interview with your favorite stars of Bollywood!
Celebrity publicist Dale Bhagwagar always likes to be in the centre of things.
Flying high came naturally to Ameet M. Gaurr. That was till the glamour bug bit the aviator and he touched down on Bollywood ground.
Interview with Rahul Dev
Kamal Sadanah couldn't make a mark in acting, but he believes that he will make a good film-maker.
She may have worn a ghargra choli in "Traffic Signal", but in real life, Neetu Chandra is a complete brand freak. She shares her style statement with us.
Ritesh Deshmukh has already proven himself in his previous comic roles. Now he teams up with Akshay Kumar and Fardeen Khan in television anchor-turned-director Sajid Khan's laughter riot "Heyy Babyy".
In an interview about two weeks back, Pooja Bhatt had said that she had first met Muzamil at the music release party of film "Holiday" where he had "come on someone else's pass".
Mumbai, Aug 14 (IANS) Director Sriram Raghavan is all set to turn Saif Ali Khan's childhood dream to play a secret agent into reality with his espionage thriller 'Agent Vinod', being produced by the actor himself.
Parmita Katkar, who sizzled the audience and set ablaze many hearts with her item dance number in Page3, is all set to get launched in the lead role in Husn - Love and Betrayal.
Vinay Pathak almost drove us insane with his performance in "Bheja Fry".
New Delhi, Aug 11 (IANS) Dusky beauty Bipasha Basu says she never wanted to be an actress and her stint in Bollywood came by chance.
Yes, I do, but the charm was more when I was in school and college. When I was in college, it was a ritual in our colony to march the whole of Carter Road soaking in the rain.
Massive lagoons in infinite shades of blue and turquoise. Dazzling underwater coral gardens. That's Maldives, Jennifer Winget's favorite holiday destination.
New Delhi, Aug 10 (IANS) Vishal Bhardwaj, whose 'Blue Umbrella' has just bagged the National Award for best children's film, feels the Indian film industry avoids making good kids' flicks and should learn a lesson or two from Hollywood.
Appreciated for all his work, be it main roles or cameos, Jimmy Shergill looks ahead at his forthcoming films.
Tushar Kapoor describes the woman of his dreams