Akshay Kumar is currently filming Padman and today, he posed with the 'real life Padman' on the sets with Twinkle Khanna
Sonam Kapoor, who is currently filming R Balki's Padman, opposite Akshay Kumar, says, "I am excited about the film. R Balki is one filmmaker with whom I think I have a very strong connection with"
Twinkle Khanna has slammed a leading daily for their article about Akshay Kumar's film Padman facing financial troubles
Radhika Apte said that anything remotely associated with human body can turn out to be a problem in India, a country that is "very ashamed of sexuality and physicality"
Twinkle Khanna who is producing Akshay Kumar's Padman said that she is 'proud' of being associated with the project that will bring the spotlight on a 'shamed' subject like menstruation
Rajinikanth's Kabali Deleted Scenes: Apart from scenes with Radhika Apte as Kumudhavalli, the discarded scenes also offer glimpses of Dhansika, who featured as a hired assassin Yogi and actor Dinesh as criminal Jeeva
"There is no bigger star than him. It is because he is so humble, simple. He is so sincere and hard working. It is incredible to observe his hard work and I have had a great time working with Rajini sir"
After Pink, set in urban India and discussing the tough life of working women, director Leela Yadav brings Parched, a tale set in rural Kutch.
"Once I got a call and they said they're doing this film in Bollywood and 'I want you to have a meeting with them. But would you be okay sleeping with that person?' And I laughed. I said you're so funny, you're very funny and I said no I'm not. Ask him to go to hell," said Radhika Apte
"I don't see why I should be ashamed of my body. That's the one tool I use as a performer. I had no apprehensions doing bold scenes. I was also sure that I was really in good hands," said Radhika Apte
Actor Adil Hussain tweeted the news on Friday and also shared a copy of the letter from Margaret Herrick Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Parched is less lyrical than other desert sagas in the past. More brutal. Yet beautiful. The women seem to take to the patriarchal clobbering with a great deal of reluctance and a whole lot of sisterly camaraderie