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I am instinctively drawn to our everyday human stories," says English actor and director Ralph Fiennes.

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM), which is the southern hemisphere's annual celebration of Indian cinema, recently announced the details for the upcoming 12 day festival, which will take place from August 10 to 22, under the unifying theme of 'inclusion'.

Actor Ali Fazal has taken up the invitation by the Academy Awards organisation to be a part of the membership.

That Rajkummar Rao enjoys a good fan following isn't a new story. But, do you know whom this National Award-winning actor idolises? Well, it's none other than English actor Daniel Day-Lewis.

Gone are the days when Indian or Indian-origin actors were restricted to blink-and-miss roles in the West, often forced to speak in a way that was considered 'authentic Indian' by studio executives.

On the cusp of starting a three-city tour of India, electronic music sensation Don Diablo says that he "absolutely loves" performing in India - so much so that he'd be ready to perform gratis, if need be.

Singer Ariana Grande, who was rumoured to be seeing actor-comedian Pete Davidson for several weeks now, has reportedly got engaged to him.

Avengers: Infinity War directors, the Russo brothers, have said that future Marvel movies could not be set in a linear timeline, thereby ensuring that the characters who died at the end of Infinity War stay dead.

With two Golden Globe Awards for his roles in Game Change (2012) and The Truman Show (1998), Ed Harris is among the top actors working in Hollywood today. An athlete in high school, Harris never intended to be an actor, but after four decades of facing the camera, he has proved that acting has...

Hollywood actor Donald Glover is now a fairly well-known name in India, thanks to his role as Lando Calrissian in Solo: The Star Wars Story.