Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar, who was in the Capital recently to watch a fashion show, said he is always curious to see the latest trends, textures, and fashion styles. The 43-year-old filmmaker, who is reportedly making a sequel to his 2008 National Award winner, Fashion, was game
for a candid chat, however, refused to answer any questions on his controversial project Heroine.
Poor Emraan Hashmi! There seems to be no getting away from the "serial kisser" tag despite his many protestations and he's back to locking lips in his forthcoming film "The Dirty Picture".
Chetan Bhagat's columns on education and corruption inspired him to write "Revolution 2020", but the author clarifies that the book is not a political novel and that there is no political agenda either.
It's quality over quantity for Naseeruddin Shah, a versatile actor who has spent 35 years breathing life into innumerable, well-etched out characters on the big screen. The National Award winner admits he is getting better roles now than ever, but he picks a film only if he has "faith" in it and his "instinct" pushes him to go for it!
Salman Khan is recovering after an eight-hour surgery in Pittsburgh and refuses to believe that his "Bodyguard" has broken box-office records, says his brother-in-law and co-producer Atul Agnihotri.
When he’s not making girls across the country swoon with those puppy-dog eyes, chocolate-box looks and a lean, muscular body, Imran Khan is presumably filing PILs against loony laws that make it illegal for people below 25 to drink. Read on
Aarakshan is behind him now, but Saif Ali Khan admits that the film was a lot of hard work and an eye-opener of sorts.
A week prior to Bodyguard’s release, HT Café’s guest editor Salman Khan opens up about his relationship with the media, real-life bodyguard Shera, anger management, religion, Sanjay Dutt and Shah Rukh Khan among other things.
She hits headlines quite often with respect to her 'rumoured' boyfriend Sidhartha Mallya. But actor Deepika Padukone doesn't feel the need to confirm or deny anything that's anywhere close to her personal life, friends and family.
Actress Shabana Azmi, who has been tweeting in support of Anna Hazare's movement on the anti-corruption Lokpal Bill, insists that as citizens of a democratic country everyone should actively support the Gandhian leader.