Last updated: Tuesday, September 30, 2014 5:55:14 PM
A warm chit chat and interview with your favorite stars of Bollywood!
Interview with Kunal Khemu
The diva herself will judge the show, 'Jhalak Dikhla Ja', on air from September 28.
She won the Miss India title four years ago, in 2003. And she waited all these years to do make her debut as an actor.
His first film had the stars, and it did not fare well at the box office. However, Saif Ali Khan and Urmila Matondkar managed to impress the critics with their performance in 'Ek Hasina Thi'.
His last two films may have been trashed for being poor imitations of 'Sholay' and 'What Lies Beneath', but Ram Gopal Varma confesses rather defiantly that he copies - 'from everywhere'!
An engineer by education, it was Sonu Sood's good looks and physique that paved his path into the glamour world.
Bollywood elites don't like mingling with her, others make fun of her, but the popularity of bold and 'bindaas' Rakhi Sawant is growing by leaps and bounds.
The Bengali damsel still has a long way to go. Rimi Sen has recently broken ties with Priyadarshan and comedies, and thinks her last movie, 'Hat Trick', was excellent, despite its fate at the box office.
Interview with Sophie Chaudhary
Gautam Gupta, son of Suniel Gupta, financier, is yet another new kid on the block. He makes his debut as an actor with RGV's latest offering, Go.
Interview with Tulip Joshi
Aditi Sharma's ticket to Bollywood came through the Star Hunt Contest.
Tanushree Dutta does not believe in giving up. Although she failed miserably in her attempt to make people laugh in Good Boy Bad Boy, she is willing to try again with her new project, Dhol.
The first trailer of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Saawariya' has created an extra buzz and the people 's expectations are soaring. The director is overwhelmed but scared too.
Sajid Khan's "Heyy Babyy" has reestablished Ritesh Deshmukh as an actor with fine comic timing.
Neetu Chandra, the young actress from Bihar , performed so well in 'Garam Masala'