On Padmavati controversy, Ranveer Singh said, "We are very happy with the way the film is progressing. I don't want to focus on negative events"
A minister said Padmavati will not be released in Rajasthan unless it is shown to the Rajput community leaders first
Padmavati Controversy: Javed Akhtar tweeted that Alauddin Khilji was not a Mughal ruler and that, like another popular romance of legend, the Padmini-Alauddin episode should be treated as fiction rather than fact
"This is the stuff I've been reading in papers and I find it absurd when they say it is 'two hero' film. It's a great opportunity for all three of us. It's a great role for Deepika, a fantastic role for Ranveer and great one for me," says Shahid Kapoor
Winning rave reviews for his latest Mukkabaaz, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap says we are a nation of hero worship. The filmmaker speaks about the Padmaavat controversy saying Rajputs themselves have no one version of history themselves.
The release date of Padmavati - with some cuts and a change in title -- finalized, film-maker Anurag Kashyap today let loose another volley of acerbic comments that took apart those who started the row. History, he said, should be "drafted" like the Constitution by those who object to other versions of it.
Actor Priyanka Chopra is as outspoken as ever as she talks to NDTV's Editorial Director, Sonia Singh. On featuring on a Forbes' list of powerful people, she says she has worked hard and deserves the zeroes on her paycheck but she's also happy to be breaking glass ceilings on the way. She talks about facing up to Bollywood's "Weinsteins" and losing some film roles because of it. Priyanka Chopra also opens up about her battle against racism in high school where she was called 'brownie' and 'curry'. Breaking her silence on the Padmavati controversy, Priyanka tells NDTV that she stands by team Padmavati and hates that actors are made scapegoats in a polarised atmosphere. She also reveals what will finally get her to "settle down" and have a family.
Actor Soha Ali Khan on her new book 'The Perils Of Being Moderately Famous' amid the stars in her family -- mom, dad, brother, sister-in-law and now even her 11-month-old nephew.