What was shocking for the actor was what followed after he agreed to take up the role, "After agreeing to do the film, I got excited and called some friends, from the industry and even journalists who are my friends but they immediately asked me who he was? I was appalled, and that itself is a good reason to do this film," Boman Irani said
"I met SRK after becoming an actor at a couple of film parties. That experience made me fall in love even more than I already was," said Rhea Chakraborty
"I like getting feedback from dad. He can be critical, and he won't let the father - daughter relationship come in the way of what he wants to say. He says it as he wants to, which I appreciate and take very seriously," said Shruti
Oculus director Mike Flanagan liked what Raman has done with Dobaara - he has only taken the idea and made his own film
At a store launch in Mumbai, actor Karisma Kapoor interacted with the media. She spoke about her uncle and veteran actor Shashi Kapoor who passed away in Mumbai on December 4. She said, "We (family) and his fans all over the world will always remember him very fondly, and we hope he rests in peace."
Hindi cinema's veteran storyteller, Salim Khan's writing is well-known, but now he is reaching out to a new audience through an audio medium. The veteran scriptwriter has done an Apple podcast to share the story and some interesting anecdotes of filmmaker Raj Kapoor. The idea is to take Raj Kapoor's iconic story to a younger audience through this medium, especially for those who are not able to make time to read. NDTV.com caught up with Salim Khan and got him talking about the new fascination of podcasts and of course, his good friend and legendary filmmaker Raj Kapoor.
n Thursday, actress Kangana Ranaut attended the Mr. India 2017 finale in Mumbai. She encouraged the participants and spoke to the media about international pageants. She said, "Winning international pageants for India is an act of patriotism, and we should encourage it."
The much-awaited Star Wars: The Last Jedi releases on December 15. The film is directed by Rian Johnson and stars Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, Carrie Fisher and John Boyega. NDTV's Rohit Khilnani watched the movie at the Mumbai premiere; he gets us the first impressions of the film.