Arjun, who is a self-confessed fan of Anil Kapoor, will soon share screen space with him in upcoming film Mubaraka by Anees Bazmee
"I was doing four to five films a year. I didn't want to do only that and to only live like that. That wasn't what I had set out for. So I assumed that I would get married and do one film a year," said Kajol
"They (CBFC) were like 'why are you raising that topic again'? They asked for 40 cuts but due to our persistence only nine cuts took place," said the producer of 31st October
"John Lennon's killer refused parole for the 9th time?He should be happy! If out,someone will kill him. I WOULD! Great admirer of John Lennon," Rishi Kapoor tweeted on late Tuesday.
"We are happy... very happy about it (Saif and Kareena's baby). We are very excited," Soha told reporters here at an event
The edits in Baar Baar Dekho were said to have included a scene showing a bra and a reference to the pornographic cartoon character Savita Bhabhi. Untrue, says Nitya Mehra
Asked if he would play a homosexual on camera, Ranbir said: "Sure, but now it's already been done. Now he's (Fawad has) opened the door and it's easy for us to walk through it. But earlier, I must honestly say I might have turned it down."
Yes, they are busy with Baar Baar Dekho duty but it appears to be a lot of fun, courtesy their viral song Kala Chashma. On Wednesday, Katrina and Sidharth were spotted dancing onboard a Kolkata tram
"I recently met him and requested that we should do a film together as it has been so long. He has also agreed, if the dates fall in place. I will definitely do a film with him in future," said Murugadoss
With her career in the West going in the right direction, media reports mentioned that Priyanka was planning to shift to Los Angeles. The amused actress set the record straight on Twitter
Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja, who have reportedly been dating for almost two years, posed for a picture with Will Smith at Akshay's party
"Of course I understood it. I was like, 'Oh my god, they're so powerful and so interesting. Right? They leave the audience wanting more. It's always the audience who wants it more," said director Fede Alvarez