"I am very excited to be in India. I have also heard being in India will be a life changing experience, I don't know if it will be like that or not. I will definitely come back," said Gideon Raff
"If P.O.W does well, it will change the face of Indian television because I don't think that a channel has ever attempted something like this," said Purab Kohli
"I try to put myself into Nazneen's shoes and live her character. It's very difficult to understand the mental trauma that the wives of our war heroes go through," says Sandhya Mridul
"When I heard about Aaj Ki Raat Hai Zindagi, I instantly connected with it. What I love about this show is that it is a thoroughly entertaining show, but has its heart in the right place. I am really looking forward to it," Amitabh Bachchan said in a statement. Big B's tryst with TV came with Kaun Banega Crorepati and then Yudh
Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan is finally ready to make his television debut in the fiction format with Yudh, a serial touted to be India's most expensive show till now in that segment.
Amitabh Bachchan will be next seen on TV show Yudh
The cast and crew of Humshakals, encouraged by the warm welcome their film has received at the box office, celebrated the success of their movie in Mumbai on June 24. In this picture, actors Ram Kapoor, Esha Gupta, Riteish Deshmukh and director Sajid Khan pose with producers Vashu Bhagnani and Fox Star Studios CEO Vijay Singh. As the poster behind the group proclaims, the film has fetched over Rs 75 crores - the amount that was spent on making it - in four days. Co-stars Saif Ali Khan and Tamannaah Bhatia seemed to have missed the celebration while Bipasha Basu, as expected, was absent.