Explosive yes, there's immense amount of shattered glass in practically every action scene. But SRK fails to deliver the action, looking unbelievable. And for all you RA.One haters, SRK does a G.One here as well, with Priyanka instead of Kareena.
X-Men: First Class is a nicely done, industrial strength, summer popcorn movie. I strongly recommend that you check it out.
But sadly there is too little of this and too much of strained emotions and limp laughs. I’m going with two and a half stars.
Slowly but surely Shaitan loses steam, becomes repetitive and ends in a whimper. Which is a shame because Nambiar has talent to burn. I’m going with three stars.
"It was so heartening that so many girls came up to me and said they feel better about their appearances after watching the video," Radhika Apte told NDTV
On the question of dancing, the actress is all set to share the stage with Chris Brown at the IPL ceremony. Speaking to NDTV she said: "I am super excited. I am a fan and have followed Chris Brown's work. So performing with him (it's my first live performance), it's very exciting"
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, stunning in a white Tarun Tahiliani sari, also revealed that the youngest Bachchan already has a rather extensive vocabulary. "We always tell her that we love you infinitely and I don't know how she has picked up those words already," said Aishwarya
Alia told NDTV, "I don't take my decisions based on what people will think or may think or what they expect of me. In that case, I won't be able to take risks since I will be too conscious and if I won't have fun will die"
In an exclusive interview to NDTV, actor Kangana Ranaut, at the centre of an industrial-strength feud with Hrithik Roshan, said, "If a woman is sexually active, she's called a whore" and if she's "super-successful, she's called a psychopath". Ms Ranaut has testified to the police in a criminal case filed by Mr Roshan, 42. He has said that Ms Ranaut has lied about once sharing a romantic relationship with him, and that emails and photos that she claims came from him were actually sent by a man posturing as him online. Ms Ranaut said that the criticism of her - partly because she has refused to cede that she may have been mistaken about whom she was communicating with - does hurt. But when it does, she said, "There's always cupcakes you can fall back on."
Technology has always been a prime factor in bringing about change in the lives of people. It can be used for economic prosperity, empowerment and social change. But in a country like India, with wide discrepancies in education and access to knowledge, the distribution of technology becomes a cause for concern as inequalities result in a widening digital divide. This is where Information and Communication Technologies or ICT come into the picture. It brings technology to the urban and rural poor, giving every citizen, irrespective of their social backgrounds, access to technology that helps them in their daily lives.
Actor Manoj Bajpayee backed actor Salman Khan's appointment as the ambassador for the 2016 Rio Olympics. In an exclusive interview, the actor told NDTV, "Salman Khan makes heads turn. He can guarantee so many eyeballs. Sportspeople should be very happy that anybody who is that hugely popular is coming out and supporting people's cause."
Actress Parineeti Chopra spoke to NDTV about her upcoming film Meri Pyaari Bindu and her camaraderie with her sister Priyanka Chopra who features on the cover of Time Magazine. The actress said, "It was the most believable and unbelievable thing that she could have done. She makes her own time. Nobody else has achieved the way she has this year and touchwood more power to her.
Bollywood stars Sonam Kapoor and Shabana Azmi visited the NDTV studio for promoting their upcoming film Neerja in New Delhi on February 15. Directed by Ram Madhvani, the biopic on slain airhostess Neerja Bhanot, will hit screens on February 19
Actress Deepika Padukone spoke to NDTV's Barkha Dutta about her experience with depression and anxiety. Here are 10 quotes from the interview.
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