Sonu Nigam is being applauded on Twitter after shaving his head in defiance of a 'fatwa' issued over his tweets on the azaan
The music world hasn't necessarily warmed up to the idea of actors-turned-DJs but DJ Ashmit is performing on September 30 in Mumbai
Superstar Salman Khan tweeted the first look of Freaky Ali on Saturday. The film will be produced by Salman and directed by his brother Sohail Khan. Sohail's last outing as a director was Jai Ho in 2014
"I have to think 10 times before I could open my mouth to say something. Meeting Salman for the first time was my fan moment. He is very endearing. He looks super hot in everything," Daisy Shah said. Salman and Daisy have co-starred in Jai Ho
"If I had got good offers after Jai Ho I wouldn't have done Hate Story 3. I did not get good offers and I was disappointed, but it also gave me a push to work harder on myself. But now I feel it was the right decision to do Hate Story 3 as it's good for an actor to discover new roles and new characters"
"I had taken a back seat, but Salman was the one who really pushed me for the film. He said I should do this because the film is completely different from Jai Ho. As an actor, one should be open to all kinds of roles. This is something I have pushed myself further with"
"There were lot of offers before to do a documentary on me, but I felt it was not necessary. And after the Oscars and all the brouhaha, I felt that people could get some kind of inspiration from my life, through the journey of my life, through the way I'm making music," A R Rahman said
The video below appears to show Salman getting jiggy to the song Daddy Mummy from 2009 film Villu. The playlist also included Selfie Le Le Re from Salman's latest blockbuster Bajrangi Bhaijaan
The documentary traces his professional and personal life and explores the evolution of his style of music
"These kind of films have small budgets, but I want to tell you all that it's a mainstream film. It's just that there are no Khans in this film," the actor said
Genelia was last seen in a cameo role in Salman Khans Jai Ho
Bollywood's version of the Hollywood-inspired Golden Raspberry Awards will honour the worst Bollywood films that released in 2014