Yash Raj studios have a magnetism which attracts Bollywood celebs of all kinds at all times. So, it was only natural that stars descended at the venue during the finale of Femina Miss India 2014 beauty pageant held on April 5.
Here is a look at the top 20 actresses of all time.
The 44th edition of the Indian International Film Festival, which officially opened in Goa on Tuesday, November 20, was a star studded event.
She has sported bizarre facial horns and attended an award ceremony in a dress made out of raw meat, but Lady Gaga can't stop surprising us with her style choices. The envelope-pushing artist stepped out in a big furry headgear, covering her face while promoting her upcoming album Artpop in Berlin, Germany on October 24, 2013.
We spotted interior designer and Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan's wife Sussanne at show at Mumbai's House of Tales on Sunday, October 6.
As Sridevi, the once and future Queen Bee of Bollywood, turns 50, we asked NDTV surfers to vote for their 10 favourite songs featuring the actress. Ahead, the top 10 you chose.
To celebrate Indian cinema's 100th birthday, we asked you to choose your favourite on-screen couple. Ahead, some expected names and some surprising picks.
Described as the ultimate method actor by director Satyajit Ray, Dilip Kumar was the first ever winner of the Filmfare Best Actor award. He also holds the record with the most number of Filmfare Best Actor wins – eight in total – with Shah Rukh Khan.
We give you a sneak-peak of the forgotten Bollywood stars.
Suchitra Sen as Paro in Devdas (1955): A role played by many actresses, including Aishwarya Rai, Paro is the ultimate girl-next-door, who puts honour and pride over love. Bengali superstar Suchitra Sen's portrayal of Paro, her first Hindi film role, is our top pick. Dilip Kumar played the lovelorn Devdas in Bimal Roy's version of the film. Vyjayanthimala played Chandramukhi and turned down a Filmfare Best Supporting Actress award.
Bombay Talkies directos Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar and Dibakar Banerjee were at the NDTV studio to talk about the making of the movie that celebrates 100 years of Indian cinema.
Bollywood's queen bee Sridevi continues to rule the hearts of several cine-goers. The emergence of Sridevi as the first female superstar of Bollywood has been chosen as the leading defining moment in Indian cinema by the readers of NDTV.com, who describe her as a “national treasure.”