He could've made a living out of his passion for acting in his native Mumbai, provided "nepotism" in the Indian film industry hadn't driven him away.
If the guest list at the Mumbai chapter of Ahana Deol's grand wedding celebrations read like a filmy honour roll, the reception held in New Delhi on February 5 was as stuffed with famous faces, albeit not the Bollywood kind. Ahana married Delhi businessman Vaibhav Vora in a Punjabi-South Indian wedding on February 2.
American actress-producer Sharon Stone, currently in Mumbai for a fund-raising event, says she would love to be in a Hindi movie.
It was a starry, starry night in Mumbai on Sunday, November 17. Hollywood stars and Indian celebrities wore their Sunday best to the first ever Indian amFAR gala, held at the famous Taj Mahal hotel in Colaba and hosted by celeb couple Aishwarya and Abhishek Bachchan.
Hollywood star Robert De Niro, who visited Indian actor Anupam Kher's acting school here during his visit, even gorged on some tradition Kashmiri dishes.
Pakistani singer Adnan Sami has been granted a three month extension on his Indian visa by the Home Ministry. Mr Sami, who's visa expired on October 6, had been issued a notice by Mumbai Police for overstaying.
Renowned film director Shyam Benegal held a press conference about his new film The Story of the Making of the Constitution of India - Samvidhaan in Mumbai on Monday (September 23, 2013).
Even before the Indian adaptation of the hit American show 24 goes on air, the makers are planning its second season which is likely to be about an attack on the city of Mumbai.
Acclaimed French filmmaker Costa-Gavras and Indian actor-director Kamal Haasan will be felicitated with the Lifetime Achievement Awards at the 15th edition of Mumbai Film Festival.
A host of foreign film dignitaries, including director Bruce Beresford, French actress Nathalie Baye, Japanese actor-director Masato Harada and Iranian director Asghar Farhadi, along with acclaimed Indian actress Konkona Sen Sharma, are on the jury of the 15th Mumbai Film Festival (MFF).
Telugu actor Akkineni Nagarjuna, who turns 54 on Thursday, will spend his birthday cheering for his Mumbai Masters team that has entered the semifinals of the Indian Badminton League (IBL).
The Indian film fraternity took to social networking platforms with full force to vent their anger against the recent gang-rape in Mumbai, but filmmaker Karan Johar says the lack of a solution renders these words meaningless.