Lisa Haydon, who is pregnant with her first child, is on the cover of Elle Magazine, which she says is her favourite till date
Indo-Canadian filmmaker Deepa Mehta says she does not believe in making movies with top actors to 'grab the eyeballs'
"Was in Delhi for two days promoting Rock On 2 and have returned back with bad cough because of the pollution there. It was so disturbing to see the smog and to not be able to breathe properly. We have to do our bit for our environment guys. Each and every one of us. Let's give our Mother Earth the love back now," Shraddha tweeted on Wednesday
Horror films created by Mr Lewis includes A Taste of Blood, The Wizard of Gore, The Gruesome Twosome, She-Devils on Wheels and Scum of the Earth!
"From the Earth it shines at the 14th magnitude which means you have to have a pretty decent telescope to see it. It's just a dot of light but it's a very special dot of light," said band-member Brian May
Dev Patel is playing Saroo Brierley, an India-born Australian businessman who in 2012 revealed his story of tracking down his biological mother and brother in Calcutta using Google earth in his book A Long Way Home
During Chris Martin's performance at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, actor Michael J Fox, who played the role of Marty McFly in the trilogy, joined the band onstage and even performed a guitar solo
"I feel immense motivation in their conviction in me. It's a tremendous opportunity and I will give it my 100 per cent," Sobhita said in a statement.
It appears that Tiger's character has only one villain to defeat. Dressed in a caped attire and mask, A Flying Jatt relentlessly goes on fighting a bulked-up and suited antagonist, played by none other than Australian wrestler-turned-actor Nathan Jones
"In the process of shooting the film, the more I discovered her, she wasn't like any of the models or Miss India winners I have ever met. It was a big surprise to see a Miss Earth who did not care about how she looked but did care whether she was getting the character and emotions right," Mr Kashyap
"I am not interested in being famous. I want to be memorable and there is a thin line between both," said Sobhita Dhulipala
"I look up to Nawaz and admire his work. He is a beautiful human being, very down to earth and humble. It was a beautiful experience to work with him apart from learning craft from him," Vicky Kaushal said