S S Rajamouli's Baahubali: The Conclusion is unstoppable at the box office. Elated Karan Johar tweeted that Baahubali: The Conclusion has earned Rs 383 crores in all four languages
Swara Bhaskar said, "Largely speaking, commercial Hindi cinema was stuck to heroines who were very good, virtuous and angelic. Now in the latest set of films, you see characters like Tanu in Tanu Weds Manu or Zoya from Raanjhanaa. They are dark or grey characters"
Baahubali: The Conclusion has earned over Rs 300 crore at the box office so far. "Biggest blockbuster ever," tweeted Karan Johar, in charge of the Hindi version of the film
Twinkle Khanna shares her birthday with late father and Bollywood's first 'superstar' Rajesh Khanna
"My sincere appeal to our industry n @SrBachchan @imsrk_ n media not to allow hindi cinema named as Bollywood," Subhash Ghai tweeted.
Neetu Chandra wrote, "It's disturbing to see the way Biharis have been portrayed in Hindi cinema over the last few years, the recent example being Alia Bhatt's character from Udta Punjab
"#KAA-not wait for #TheJungleBook as it slithers into cinemas in India in two weeks!," Neel Sethi wrote tagging Priyanka Chopra. Priyanka, who has voiced the character Kaa in the Hindi version of the movie, wrote: "Vishwaassss karo mera, @TheNeelSethi... It's going to be epic! Have fun in Mumbai, Mowgli!"
"I am very strict about the fact that I have a certain position in Hindi film industry and that does not get compromised. I will never do that wherever I work in the world. The kind of position I have in Hindi cinema, I want something similar in my Hollywood projects too," said Priyanka
"I have an agent in America since five years but I do work on my own terms. I am a star here in Hindi cinema so I don't want to do anything for the heck of it. I have no desperation to prove a point to someone. I would do films there if it excites me," said Priyanka
Director Rajkumar Hirani said, "This film surprises me every month. It does well wherever it opens, last being Hong Kong. All I can say is there's happiness." Producer Vidhu Vinod Chopra added, "It's so wonderful to know that we have crossed Rs 300 crores worldwide. To me, it means that Hindi cinema has now gone global"
Madhubala was one of the most iconic actresses of Hindi cinema, who gave remarkable performances in several films such as Mughal-e-Azam, Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi and Barsaat Ki Raat
"Fell in love with Hindi cinema all over again after watching #BajrangiBhaijaan," Shekhar Kapur posted on Twitter