"If P.O.W does well, it will change the face of Indian television because I don't think that a channel has ever attempted something like this," said Purab Kohli
"I try to put myself into Nazneen's shoes and live her character. It's very difficult to understand the mental trauma that the wives of our war heroes go through," says Sandhya Mridul
"It's a difficult role as Harleen has a lot of baggage. She has been waiting for her husband for 17 long years. She takes care of her husband's family in his absence ignoring her pain. I don't think anyone can ever understand that emotion as it is not an usual experience," Amrita said in a statement.
P.O.W: Bandi Yuddh Ke revolves around two Indian soldiers, who were imprisoned after Kargil war and return home after 17 years. Now, there are trying to reintegrate into the society but some government officials are unconvinced of their patriotism after a psych evaluation and an investigation is launched
Sandhya Mridul, one of the seven leading ladies of upcoming film Angry Indian Goddesses, said: "All of us are raging and not just us seven women in the film, a lot of women probably in your office and all over the country have things to say and are saying them about what all has been happening around"
Directed by Pan Nalin, Angry Indian Goddesses, the movie centres on a group of girlfriends and has a line-up of actors that includes Sandhya Mridul, Tannishtha Chatterjee, Sarah-Jane Dias, Anushka Manchanda, Amrit Maghera, Rajshri Deshpande and Pavleen Gujral
Kareena who had looked ravishing at the wedding, notched up another fashion high in glittering white and pink Manish Malhotra while Saif topped off the aristocratic look with a blue bandhgala
Madhuri Dixit starrer Dedh Ishqiya, not a typical masala movie, received rave reviews from the critics when it released on Friday (January 10, 2014) and collected about Rs 10 crore at the domestic box office.
A movie's shooting in old Delhi gave veteran actor Anupam Kher the chance to gorge on local delights like Mughlai food and jalebi.