Hollywood project gave me fresh perspective: Bipasha Basu


Bengali beauty Bipasha Basu has completed a decade in the Hindi film industry and donned numerous roles, but her forthcoming international venture "Singularity" , she says, gave her a fresh perspective towards acting.

In conversation with Soha Ali Khan


Joining films was an obvious choice for Soha. After all, with Sharmila Tagore as her mother and Saif Ali Khan as her brother, she had a family tradition to keep up. She debuted with Dil Maange More but her second movie Rang de Basanti got her awards and critical acclaim.

I am okay wearing a bikini: Sarah Jane


Debutante actor Sarah Jane Dias has no issues doing intimate scenes. Read on..

What’s cooking, Bipasha?


Bipasha Basu and fitness go hand-in-hand. The Bong bombshell is keen to take her love for health a step further with a new venture – food line. She is already involved with fitness DVDs and a clothing line.

Up, close and personal with Shruti Haasan


Shruti Haasan’s Bollywood stints haven’t really taken the country by storm, but hey, she’s Kamal Haasan and Sarika’s daughter, so naturally, everyone’s curious about what she’s up to.

I had fistfights with Deepika: Bipasha


She is the original bombshell of Bollywood. Never known to mince words, Bipasha Basu flies off the handle as soon as she’s asked about her relationship with John Abraham. “I think enough has already been said about it. There’s no need for further clarifications,” says Basu, adding, “It’s my life and I will continue to live it the way I want to”.

Bollywood doesn't need to impress foreigners: Saif Ali Khan


As an actor Saif Ali Khan is choosing his roles responsibly and wants to prove critics wrong. As a filmmaker he feels Bollywood is "self-sufficient" and doesn't need to impress the foreign audience.

Fans want to see me as a strong woman: Bipasha Basu


Bipasha Basu tried to experiment and essayed the role of a small town, grief-stricken wife in her last film "Aakrosh". But the star is now back to playing a glam girl in her next film "Dum Maaro Dum" because fans didn't quite like her as a "weak" woman.

I consider myself labour class: Shah Rukh


He might be called the Badshah of Bollywood, but superstar Shah Rukh Khan considers himself labour class.

It disturbs me to see filmmakers chasing crossover cinema: SRK


Shah Rukh Khan believes that the Indian movie industry is at its best times and says people should focus on globalising it instead of chasing crossover cinema.