Last updated: Thursday, October 01, 2015 12:14:00 PM
A warm chit chat and interview with your favorite stars of Bollywood!
I still don't own a car but I would like to own a 'Kayan' soon In reality, I don't have too much passion for cars.
I have sung all kinds of songs, from 'Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak', to 'Om Shanti Om'. I particularly like songs in which both the lyrics and the tune are good.
Amisha's natural look, her peaches and cream complexion and personal life makes news as much as her professional life.
I am listening to classical music these days. And I am also listening to songs from the recently released 'Jab We Met'. 'Surmai Shaam' is my favourite.
Jimmy Shergill has been around for some time, and his acting has received the recognition it deserves. However, he has not been able to carve a place for himself, although he has his own fan following.
Anand Rai took a risk when he left the complacent world of television to direct a movie, but it paid off.
I wouldn't be heart broken. I won't care. I would just split with him.
Aarti Chhabria who celebrated her birthday recently has a couple of films awaiting release. The enthusiastic actress shares her favorites with us.
Mumbai, Nov 24 (IANS) Item girl Rakhi Sawant this year spent Diwali with her boyfriend Abhishek's parents. Is wedding on the cards?
Mumbai, Nov 24 (IANS) Sonam Kapoor, who's had a dream launch in 'Saawariya', wants an image makeover in real life. But as far as film roles are concerned she will go by the choice of her parents who, she says, are a little conservative.
The classical song, 'Dhoom Taanaa Kaise Main Tumse Nain Milao Sajna', from the film, 'Om Shanti Om'. The song has not been shown in promos yet.
I have stopped getting angry. There is no point blaming others. I believe in being the change, not the observer.
The London-based Shekhar Kapur made his directorial debut in Hollywood with 'Elizabeth ', in 1998.
In recent times, I have been very much inspired by our ex-president, Mr Abdul Kalam. His vision of future India is and was something to be admired.
Mumbai, Nov 20 (IANS) He learned to play the flute for his role in 'Water' and now John Abraham is taking guitar lessons for Imtiaz Ali's 'Rock Star' and says he could soon become a one-man band.
The story is about two strangers who meet, about two people falling in love in a strange land.