He has acted in several Indian and international biggies. And now, Irrfan is set to venture into a completely new territory - flim production. Interestingly, his wife Sutapa Sikdar is likely to be at the helm of the production company's affairs.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui is doing a film with Anurag Kashyap again, and this time too, the role is of a serious kind. The actor’s real and raw roles in intelligent films are no more a surprise, we ask him if he’s lately been limiting his options as a hero with fewer lead roles and too many intensity
As a top-rated porn star in the US, Sunny Leone had perhaps never imagined she could have "moved" to Bollywood as "easily" as she did. But she is glad that the industry is "accepting" her while she tries to "fully crack the code".
Emraan Hashmi is excited about his first comedy film, Ghanchakkar, releasing on June 28. The actor talks about moving away from his earlier work, promoting the film and living life under the radar.
Kolavari Di sensation Dhanush says it’s unlikely that he will share screen-space with his superstar father-in-law Rajinikanth. Post his Bollywood debut Raanjhanna that releases on June 21, the actor is open to limited singing offers.
Bollywood actress and style diva Sonam Kapoor has said she wants to be remembered for her roles, not the movies or the money they make or the heroes with whom she pairs up.
Taking a break after her much-talked-about trip to Cannes, Vidya Balan is refreshed and rearing to go. Instead of worrying about what the fashion police had to say about her appearances at the popular international festival, the actor wants to focus on her upcoming projects and enjoy playing the many versatile roles offered to her.
Her first two films - Teen Patti (2010) and Luv Ka The End (2011) - did not fare well at the box office, but with her third movie, the recently released Aashiqui 2, newbie Shraddha Kapoor seems to have hit the jackpot.
He has just wrapped up the shooting of his latest film Highway, and travelled through six states for it. But, as we caught up with director Imtiaz Ali in Delhi recently, we saw none of that work fatigue showing. In fact, he chatted over cups of black tea, about the things close to his heart.
In a career spanning over 50 years, Dharmendra has stared in over 280 films. As he looks forward to his upcoming film, Yamla Pagla Deewana 2, which releases next week, the veteran actor talks about the changes he has seen in the industry over the decades.