"Nothing makes me happier than you, Deepika. Nothing makes me happier then receiving this award with you," Ranveer Singh told Deepika Padukone
"I feel 1990s had a slight lack of (strong) female characters. I see resurgence of it now. Acceptance from audience makes it easier to make change at grassroots level. Definitely the change is happening," said Freida Pinto
"It's true that things are happening fast in my career but I am not scared of it right now. It's great. I feel very grateful and privileged to be able to work with so many great directors and actors," said Alia Bhatt
"I don't say things just because I'm a feminist and I believe in woman power. That word (feminist) has been bastardized; there's no respect to it anymore. I'm not berating men," said Priyanka Chopra
Actress Mahira Khan said that she is a âbig, big fan of Guru Dutt in Pyaasa. Her list of admirers also includes Bollywood legends like Meena Kumari, Madhubala and Rekha. Mahira also said that her playlist, which comprises of old songs of these actresses, are banned by some of her friends.
In an exclusive interview to NDTV, actress Mahira Khan opened up about the difference in working in TV shows and in Bollywood. She said: "There I am bossing the boys around on my set and here I am standing with Shah Rukh Khan and thinking 'Oh my God, what am I going to do now.' I was shocked and very nervous." Mahira co-stars with SRK in Raees.
Actress Sunny Leone on feeling like 'the elephant in the room' when she started out in Bollywood and how people are now more willing to say hello.
Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan may have made a late entry at Dabboo Ratnani's calendar launch but made up for it with his tongue-in-cheek repartee. Asked about the possibility of a May-December romance between him and actress Alia Bhatt on screen, SRK told NDTV, "But I'm much younger than Alia. It's a December-May romance."