Rajat Kapoor was trolled on Twitter after he commented on actor Sushant Singh Rajput's looks in his latest film M S Dhoni: The Untold Story in which he plays the titular role
In a Twitter chat with Rajat Kapoor, Sushant Singh Rajput says he doesn't have 'many fans'
Sunny Leone rapped for actor Amitabh Bachchan to wish him on his birthday. Sunny, who is currently in Los Angeles, shared a snippet in which she's dancing and singing in her backyard
Amitabh Bachchan, in a blog post, talked about the night he was born and the incident after which his father believed so
Taapsee is learning mixed martial arts and a bit of Japanese martial art Aikido, apart from self-defence system Krav Maga for the movie
"When you begin, the kind of flak you get for anything and everything is extremely disappointing. But then after sometime you realise it's hard to make everyone like you," said Taapsee Pannu
We have film critic Anupama Chopra to thank for posting pictures of Priyanka's lavish New York home after filming with the actress for her new show Beneath The Surface. Priyanka, dressed simply for a night in, played hostess in her lovely apartment, taking us into her shiny kitchen and comfortable living room
"It took just five minutes of narration to convince Trisha to do the film. I wasn't sure when she said 'yes' the first time, so I even asked her again to confirm it. She felt the script had the potential to be a hit and even be liked by critics," Govi told IANS
"Many critics and viewers have pointed out that the costumes are not from that era and the dialect was not right. But, I urge people not to pay heed to such details. We prepared everything having consulted with archaeologists and ried to keep it real," said Ashutosh Gowariker
"It's like, this is what someone can look like after a baby. I think a woman's body after having a baby is pretty amazing," Blake said
"You needn't look any further than the Suicide Squad director and cast response to the negative reviews to feel how negative critiques motivate us. Ultimately, we can't base anything on (the critical response),"Ezra said.
The anti-Rotten Tomatoes campaign doesn't seem like it ever really caught on, at least as anything other than this week's viral story about someone who is wrong on the Internet. But there are real debates happening about the role of critics in an online world, and they aren't going to go away