Interviews

Cricket has become a full time entertainer: Anupam Kher

Noted actor Anupam Kher, who is fascinated by the idea of movie stars buying Indian Premier League (IPL) teams, says the combination of cricket and Bollywood is a welcome change.

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Celebrity Interview: Kareena Kapoor

Kareena Kapoor's next release is Yashraj Films' Tashan this week. "We've all worked really hard on the film. Let's hope it works. After Jab We Met, another hit wouldn't hurt." Kareena is looking forward to another film with Saif after Omkara and Tashan. "We're doing Renzil D'Silva's film together. But it's very important to keep the personal and professional lives apart," she says with a new-found wisdom.

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FX in 'Krazzy 4' song done in SRK's studio: Hrithik

A lot has been written about Hrithik Roshan's item song in his home production "Krazzy 4", but very few know that the FX in the track has been done at Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies.

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We are the winners: Shah Rukh Khan

Shah Rukh Khan's Kolkata Knight Riders play their first match here Sunday and the superstar says that his team "are the declared winners".

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Let my films speak for me: Govinda

Rumours of Govinda's reportedly strange behaviour on the sets of Rajnish Thakur's "Loot" in Bangkok have perturbed the actor, but he refuses to give any clarification saying his forthcoming releases will prove the naysayers wrong.

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Anil Kapoor ka Tashan!

It's amazing how age has failed to wither Anil Kapoor. Not only has he been a major star for over 25 years, but he's somehow held onto the status of action-hero and sex symbol (from Jaanbaaz to Musafir to Race), even into his almost fifties.

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Some people trying to ruin my reputation: Upen Patel

Britain-born Upen Patel has been courting controversy lately and the three-film-old model-turned-actor feels there's a definite design to demolish his reputation. But he is determined to strike gold without any backing from the industry.

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I want to direct films, but later: Manisha Koirala

After staying away from the arclights for a couple of years, Nepali beauty Manisha Koirala returns with "Sirf - Life Looks Greener On The Other Side". The actress also plans to take up direction in a year or two.

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Classics cannot be remade: Ravi Chopra

Bollywood producer-director Ravi Chopra feels that remakes of classics are bound to lack the essence of the original and says he will never remake any films of his legendary father, B.R. Chopra.

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After a long time I'm at peace: Govinda

Actor Govinda, who has made a comeback following several ups and downs in life, says he's "finally at peace". He has cleared off most of his debts, got a second lease of life in Bollywood and has just begun to "understand politics" though he is an MP.

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