Actor Uday Chopra is happy about his brother-filmmaker Aditya Chopra's marriage to actress Rani Mukerji and welcomes her with open arms.
Writer, director and producer Aditya Chopra has worn many hats. With major successes under his belt in various roles, Aditya Chopra has helped turn his father Yash Chopra's production house Yash Raj Films into the youth-oriented modern media house that it is today.
Happy New Year will release simultaneously all over the world in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.
Comedian Kapil Sharma, who is ready to embark on his movie career, is also set to work with the talented Shruti Haasan on a number to be composed by Sukhwinder Singh.
Prestigious Bollywood production house Yash Raj Films (YRF) forayed into southern filmdom with Tamil-Telugu bilingual Aaha Kalyanam, but it has failed to impress, say trade analysts.
Victor Banerjee's brief role in Yash Raj Films' (YRF) may have irked some of his colleagues and fans, but the acclaimed veteran actor defends it by saying that he has a "kitchen to run".
Stand-up comedian Kapil Sharma, who is ready to make a film debut with Yash Raj Films' (YRF) Bank-Chor, says his role in the movie defies the stereotypical portrayal of a comedian.
Actor Ranveer Singh, who got his break in Bollywood from Aditya Chopra, says the shy producer has never praised his work and rather scolded him.
Ranveer Singh says he would love to a directed by ace filmmaker Aditya Chopra. There were reports that Aditya Chopra's next film would have Ranveer in the lead, but the actor quashed such rumours.
Newcomer Vaani Kapoor, who made her debut with the Aditya Chopra production Shuddh Desi Romance last year, is set to do yet another film with the YRF camp.
Amitabh Bachchan has dismissed the reports that he will team up with Rekha for Yash Raj Films' (YRF) next untitled project, saying it's not true.
At 41, actor-producer Uday Chopra does not feel any pressure to get married, and he is busy working on establishing Yash Raj Films (YRF) Entertainment abroad. He says getting married is "not the only option" people have today.