Who dares challenge the devious Jack Sparrow? Us cine-goers are in for a treat because it is Javier Bardem, no less, who dares. Javier Bardem told NDTV: "It was fun to play this pirate. Where do you get a chance like this ever? It was a Disney ride and you got paid for it"
National Awards 2017: Akshay Kumar receives his first National Award for Best Actor, Sonam Kapoor receives a Special Mention. Akshay is being awarded for his performance as a naval officer in the dock for murder in 2016 film Rustom
Baahubali 2: Fans told NDTV that they convinced their bosses 20 days earlier
Baahubali 2: Fans in Hyderabad have poured milk over film posters featuring lead actor Prabhas
Benedict Cumberbatch will be seen as Doctor Strange in the upcoming superhero film Avengers: Infinity War. The Oscar-nominated actor spoke to NDTV's Rohit Khilnani and about how he would like to use Doctor Strange's extraordinary superpower in the real world and suggested names for his famous female fan clubs.
Actress Patralekhaa contributed to NDTV's 'Enough Is Enough' campaign by sharing her views. The actress, who will stars in new film Nanu Ki Jaanu said instead of asking women to be like men, the men should be asked to be like women.
Actor Abhay Deol, in support of NDTV's 'Enough Is Enough' campaign, lists out the issues that have created an environment where women are being raped, tortured and killed. Abhay Deol adds: "The only way to reduce violence against women is to empower them."
Shoojit Sircar's October starring Varun Dhawan and Banita Sandhu releases today. NDTV's Rohit Khilnani gets you the first impressions of the film in this video.
Actress Sonakshi Sinha, who will next be seen in action-thriller Akira, visited the NDTV studio in New Delhi om August 30 and had a lot of fun
NDTV took actress Alia Bhatt to the Wagah Border to mark Independence Day. Watch Jai Jawan With Alia Bhatt on August 15 at 9.30pm on ndtv.com and NDTV 24x7.
Dishoom co-stars John Abraham and Varun Dhawan paid a visit to the NDTV studio in New Delhi on July 26 and it was a lot of fun
UNICEF ambassador Priyanka Chopra was in the NDTV studios on July 5 to discuss how to give children an equal start