NDTV Lumière, which aims to premiere the best of world cinema in Indian theatres, will make its multiplex debut with the Spanish horror thriller "Orphanage" ("El Orfanato") May 30.
After Shah Rukh Khan hogged the limelight for most of April and May (courtesy IPL and his new T.V. show), looks like its now the turn of Salman Khan to be in the forefront.
Time Warner, the world's largest media company, is to spin off its lucrative Time Warner Cable unit in a $10.9-billion deal.
Even as Ekta Kapoor enters the cluttered realm of reality shows with "Kissko Milega Ticket To Bollywood" on the fledgling channel 9X, she's already working on her second reality show, this one for Sony.
Cute, petite and vivacious TV actress Prachi Desai, who is better known as Bani of "Kasamh Se", is all set to shed her typical Indian girl image in her first film "Rock On" opposite director-turned-actor Farhan Akhtar.
Popular television actors Gauri Pradhan and Hiten Tejwani can't stop raving about Shah Rukh Khan ever since they shot for a special episode of "Kya Aap Paanchvi Paas Se Tez Hain" hosted by the Bollywood superstar.
Like I always say- “Laughter is the best medicine” as these days laughter seems to have taken a step ahead than all other reality based shows or daily soaps.
When someone thinks about a good food show on television, he probably has an image of a chef preparing different cuisines in a modular kitchen & the host talking to the audiences and helping the chef in preparing various delicacies.
‘Naya Roop Nayi Zindagi’- This ‘naya’ show is up on Sony Entertainment Television and is certainly one of its own kind. Away from the glare of stereotypical reality show and the rona dhona of the saas-bahu, this is one programme that deals with the real life medical cases of people.
Everytime a person goes to watch a movie, he/she gets so engrossed into the world of youthfulness & exuberance of the stars that it becomes difficult to come out of it even after the completion of the movie.