"I am not in a position to talk about it, but probably in another three to four days, I will be in a better state to answer your question," said Eijaz
Badho Bahu, a 260-episode-long show, was compared to the 2015 National Award-winning film Dum Laga Ke Haisha, starring Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar
"I think he (Salman Khan) is a person who doesn't differentiate between individuals. After winning Bigg Boss, we had a party in his farmhouse and had a lot of fun. He is a gem of a person. He helps people, but I had told him that I won't take help from anyone. If I don't do anything in my life then only I will ask him," he said.
"My son doesn't watch television. We don't allow him. I am a very strict parent. He is four years old. But I would like him to watch this show. Honestly, I will encourage him to watch this one," said Shilpa Shetty
Are you ready for what comes next in Priyanka Chopra's Quantico? The makers of Priyanka's popular television show released a new promo which is just the right proportions of thrills and sensuality
While she couldn't see Tyga performing live during his 40-minute set at the venue, the reality TV star waited in their hotel room, ordering room service and spending some quality time with her beau's son King Cairo who joined them for the trip
This season's subtitle - India Isse Apna Hi Ghar Samjho - says it all
"What excites me about TV is that it is the most deeply penetrated medium in India. It reaches the most people. So, if there is any medium that has the power to make any change, it is television. It is the most powerful medium" she said
"We aren't teenagers anymore to speak of rebounds. I firmly believe that as we grow, we become more aware and capable of handling our emotions and life. Love is an individual experience, and rebound has nothing to do with it. We wanted the same things from life and from each other"
"Women of colour don't even get paid even half of what Caucasian women are paid. There needs to be an awareness that we're just there, that our presence is there, that we put in the work," said Viola Davis
To be directed by Leslie Libman, the film will chart the singer's rise to fame, and will also focus on the peaks and valleys that occurred throughout her career, in front of the cameras and behind the scenes
"Getting older is not the easiest thing. But I have learned lessons. I was trying to keep up with getting older and trying to chase that. It's something you can't keep up with. The more you relax with it, the less you try," said Courteney Cox