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B-town’s ‘ex-jodi’ Ranveer and Anushka are all set to team up and recreate their magic like they did before in Band Baaja Baarat and Ladies Vs Ricky Bahl and guess who’s going to direct the movie?

There is something about Aditya Chopra and the trust that he shows in his directors despite their earlier attempts behind camera being not-so-flattering. This is pretty apparent when one looks at Vijay Krishna Acharya, the man who had delivered one of the biggest critical and commercial...

Film-maker Aditya Chopra’s upcoming movie Dhoom:3 just might break all records and become one of most expensive songs in Bollywood. The track titled Malang is a high energy number and features 200 professional gymnasts.

Anushka Sharma, who has been part of the Hindi film industry for the past eight years, has said she owes her success to her first director, Aditya Chopra.

Aditya Chopra's production company has announced a '10 lakh cash reward for paralympian Mariyappan Thangavelu.

Yes, the most successful franchise of Bollywood is coming out with a fourth part. We are talking about none other than DHOOM!

Producer Aditya Chopra has a keen eye for talent, much like his father, the late Yash Chopra.

One of the biggest names and the most prestigious banner in the Hindi film industry, YRF or Yash Raj Films is known to launch the best of the best that there are in the industry.

Aditya Chopra's next production, which stars Ayushmann Khurrana and debutant Bhumi Pednekar, will hit theatres a week earlier than planned.

Over the past few years, Aditya Chopra's production house has ventured down south (with a remake of their hit Band Baaja Baaraat; 2010) as well as into Hollywood, with brother Uday looking to make more international films.

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