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He's the king of melody in Hindi music. Kedarnath Bhattacharya, famously known as Kumar Sanu, often talks about his songs and the music industry.

A deaf-and-mute aspiring cricketer, a scheming conman or a goofy guy in an ensemble comedy - actor Shreyas Talpade brings his Agame to every character he plays. 

Sobhita Dhulipala is all for good stories. Standing at the doorstep of an acting career a few years ago, she was keen on indie cinema, as the stories were better. 

With the film industry exploring newer avenues in terms of content, it has opened doors for a new set of actors, who might have otherwise found it hard to bag the right roles. Rajshri Deshpande is one such actor.

JP Dutta's upcoming war drama Paltan, used real guns from 1967 to give the film an authentic touch. The director who is known to make war drama films is all set to complete his war trilogy with Paltan.

This year couldn't have started on a better note for John Abraham, thanks to the rollicking success of Parmanu - The Story Of Pokhran.

A big star but also a debutant? That's Dulquer Salmaan, who has made a much praised Bollywood debut with the road trip film Karwaan, six years after his first outing as an actor - in the Malayalam film Second Show - and a large fan base down south.

Rani Mukerji, who was in Melbourne, Australia, over the weekend, was in the city to attend the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM), where she received the Best Actress award for Hichki.

Freddy Daruwala might have worked in a few Bollywood films, but that hasn't stopped him from exploring regional cinema.

Manoj Bajpayee has won several awards over the course of his lengthy career, and the two-time National Award-winning actor shows no sign of stopping.

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