A chartered accountant who worked at Balaji Telefilms from 2009 to 2012 has lodged a complaint with Mumbai police, alleging that actor Jeetendra, his wife Shobha Kapoor and other staffers at Balaji harassed him.
As both stars and movie goers wait for the much celebrated annual Cannes Film Festival, let's get to know the final decision makers -- The Cannes 2013 jury.
The official Facebook fanclub page of the upcoming Shah Rukh Khan-Deepika Padukone starrer, Chennai Express, recently released a picture of SRK from the film’s sets.
The Indian indie gets a boost at Cannes 2013 this year with the selection of Ritesh Batra's Dabba (The Lunchbox) in International Critics' Week and Amit Kumar's Monsoon Shootout in Midnight Screenings.
Despite receiving rave reviews from the critics, both Bollywood releases this week - Gippi and Go Goa Gone - have got an average opening. The films have earned Rs. 75 lakh and Rs. 3.75 crore, respectively, on the opening day at the box office.
Although it may seem to actor Sanjay Dutt that certain sections of the film industry have turned their backs on him, the fact remains that his friends are staunchly loyal to him. This is proven by the fact the final shots of the Zanjeer remake are being changed to accommodate the actor's date of surrendering before the court.
After doing over 30 films in 12 years as an actor, Tusshar Kapoor wants to get into production business. He says he isn't thinking about direction right now.
Satyamev Jayate or Haaratay is the question of the hour. Aamir Khan faces heat for permitting alleged false claims to be aired on his show by a pesticide biggie.
Having rolled out nine Rs 100 crore earners last year, Bollywood seems to have entered a comfort zone, say experts, as the only movie to have entered the coveted club so far is the multi-starrer Race 2, and that too by a narrow margin.
Representation of women in Indian cinema has been a hot subject of debate after the Delhi gang rape incident last year, and yesteryear actor and chat show anchor Simi Garewal feels Bollywood continues to perpetuate customs that should have been buried long ago.