"I am trying to do something different after Force 2. However, I love doing action movies. It is like second nature to me, but I don't want to do a destructive role. I like comedy as well, especially slapstick comedy," John Abraham said at the trailer launch of his forthcoming film Force 2
A picture of Deepika Padukone's class photograph surfaced online. Can you find her in the picture?
Sonam Kapoor doesn't believe in cosmetic treatments but doesn't judge those who believe it in either. "It's each to its own and it's all a personal choice," she said
Last night saw Kareena wearing an olive-green dress with a thigh-high slit for a party held for aunt Rima Jain and cousin Ranbir Kapoors joint birthday celebrations, and we cant stop raving about it
"We certify every film keeping Pakistan's integrity, security and sovereignty in mind. As per our rules and regulations, we try our best to take every decision on merit," said Central Board of Film Censors' Chairperson Mobashir Hasan
Bhumika Chawla's last Bollywood film was 2007's Gandhi, My Father. Bhumika says she's a fan of director Neeraj Pandey's work and "To finally work with him really got me excited"
"When you begin, the kind of flak you get for anything and everything is extremely disappointing. But then after sometime you realise it's hard to make everyone like you," said Taapsee Pannu
Force 2 stars Sonakshi Sinha, John Abraham and Tahir Raj Bhasin in lead roles. Together John and Sonakshi are on a mission to put an end to Tahir's sinister plan to destroy RAW
"There are times when Nysa behaves like my mother and tells me how and what are the wrong things I do. She corrects me. Our generation has to learn from younger generation. When I have to learn about technology, I go to her," said Ajay Devgn
Wouldn't Kiara, who made her Bollywood debut with 2014 film Fugly, have liked a wee bit more of the spotlight? The actress says, "I always knew what I was getting into and had no qualms about it. Every character in the film is instrumental in taking Dhoni's story forward"
A train leaving the station, a bechara-looking ladki standing at the door plus a ladka who continues running with the train - the picture has all the components of the typical heart-wrenching train scene where lovers often part in a Bollywood film
"There has to be a limit. I have not seen it (episode). I need to see to comment correctly on it. Sometimes sense of humour goes overboard, there has to be limit. We all have sense of humour and we all accept jokes on self. The person who cracks the jokes has to draw a line. I think the mindset needs to change," Ajay Devgn said.