Kareena Kapoor, who's been on a high since the release of "Jab We Met", finally started shooting a new film "Main Aur Mrs. Khanna" with Salman Khan. She says the idea of working with her "sister's co-star" makes her nervous.
Newcomer Ranbir Kapoor of "Saawariya" fame is seeing Deepika Padukone and is "happy to be part of her life."
Tanushree Dutta who has been in the news for her ugly spat with director Shona Urvashi during the shooting of Saas Bahu Sensex in Pune, is in no mood to forgive…or forget. "I've taken enough rubbish from them; all because of my producers, Warner Brothers are really cool.
While Emraan Hashmi was romancing around the trees (or can one say, balconies of high-rise buildings?) with his heroines, there was a steady base of fans being built over the years. So what's new in that? Well, what came as a surprise to Emraan himself was the fact that his fan base didn't just comprise of young girls and boys but even small kids.
With films like "Corporate", "Omkara" and "Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal", it has taken the unconventional looking Bipasha Basu about seven years to carve a niche for herself in Bollywood and she says she doesn't want to go and struggle again in Hollywood.
The Bhatt brothers - Mahesh and Mukesh - who always pride themselves on the independent status of their production banner, Vishesh Films, have finally succumbed to the market dynamics.
After making lengthy films like "Lagaan" and "Jodhaa Akbar", Ashutosh Gowariker says it's time to make a short length film.
Katrina Kaif, who's paired with Ranbir Kapoor in Raj Kumar Santoshi's "Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani", seems to be getting into the let's-get-young mode.
A zara-hatke debut, playing a gaddaar in his first film, then his performance being critically acclaimed by top reviewers, followed by him getting nominated in all award functions. And if that wasn't enough, pause.......now read - he is the hottest pin-up boy of the Hindi Film Industry.
More than Alan Pukula's The Devil's Own Subhash Ghai's Black & White seems to replicate Joseph Costelo's The War Within where a closet terrorist arrives in New York, befriends a benign Muslim family and plans to blow up the Grand Central. Subhash Ghai is puzzled. "I've never heard of The War Within. In Devil's Own the terrorist succeeds in his mission. In Black & White, the point is that we need to kill terrorism not terrorists.