But don’t expect any such miracle from Junooniyat
Don't bother travelling back in time and give 1920 London a skip.
In Vetrimaaran’s own words, this movie is a depiction of a "harsh reality that we don't want to believe." Go watch it.
One character sums it up best: “I don’t know what is going on and who is taking whom for a ride.” Heed the warning!
"We are thinking about Don 3 and we are thinking very hard on it. We have found the right idea, it's being written now. We will make an official announcement soon," said Ritesh Sidhwani
In a Facebook Live chat, Farhan Akhtar said that he hopes to start working on the third installment of the Don film series soon
Kangana Ranaut said, "I don't fear losing out. I constantly try and move on. If you don't move on, you lose out"
On Tiger Shroff's birthday, Ram Gopal Varma advised him to learn 'machoism' from his father in a series of offensive tweets
The lead actor of Padmavati, Shahid Kapoor was spotted on the red carpet of GQ Fashion Nights, he spoke about the upcoming magnum opus - Padmavati and the two songs that are out. When asked to comment on the controversy thatâs surrounded the film, he said, "I have been saying this from the beginning, watch the film and then decide, give it a chance. Don't have preconceived notions."
Author Shobhaa De explains why she thinks Bollywood stars don't come out in the open with political views very often. "In the US you are identified either as a Democrat or a Republican, its transparent, it is there. You know which star support which party. Here, it depends on what is in their interests at that moment. (In India) they use politics to keep themselves out of serious criminal charges. That's when they suddenly develop a political awareness and start lending their names to all sorts of things," she said.
Finally, she may be just 17 years old but Zaira Wasim is wise beyond her years. Zaira, who stars in the recently released Secret Superstar, was embroiled in a controversy really early in her career. Post Dangal, she had deleted a Facebook post about her meeting the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti earlier this year.
Asha Bhosle gets candid in her latest interview. Taking a walk down memory lane of her illustrious seven decade career, she admits Kishore Kumar and sister Lata Mangeshkar are her favourite singers.