In the film Shraddha Kapoor will be portraying Haseena Parkar, Dawood Ibrahim’s sister from the age of 17 till her late 40’s, from being a teenager to a married young mother to an older woman.
The makers unveiled the trailer during the innings break of the ICC Champions Trophy match.
The story of Phullu, which is about making affordable sanitary napkins for the poor, has drawn comparisons with Akshay Kumar's next, Padman.
Found footage has never been this welcome and adorable. Sachin: A Billion Dreams is that unabashed in worshipping its subject.
Pitt was the surprise element of the 'War Machine' press conference in Mumbai on Wednesday.
Women are reinventing their performances in Bollywood from a damsel in the distress in the past to
Bollywood actor and BJP MP Paresh Rawal has deleted his controversial tweet suggesting that instead of a Kashmiri stone-pelter, author Arundhati Roy should be tied to an Army jeep.
Stand up Comedian turned actor Vir Das’s show on Netfilx, Abroad Understanding, was streamed few days ago.
Vinod Khanna is survived by his former wife Geetanjali and their sons Akshaye and Rahul, who are now actors, and his present wife Kavita and son Sakshi and daughter Shraddha.
Rakesh Roshan says he learnt filmmaking from film director and actor Kasinathuni Viswanath, who was honoured with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award earlier this week.
Vinod Khanna was hospitalised since over a month for suspected cancer. He was 70 and is survived by his wife, three sons and a daughter.
Karan Johar has cancelled the film's premiere which was to take place on Thursday, as a mark of respect for Vinod Khanna, the veteran Bollywood actor-politician.
Vinod Khanna, sitting Bharatiya Janata Party MP from Gurdaspur, has been famous for his personality and exemplary work in movies like Achaanak, Qurbani, and Amar Akbar Anthony.
The 34-year-old actress said she is fine with giving her introduction to people who do not know her.
Vinod Khanna appeared in 141 films between 1968 and 2013 and also forayed into politics by joining the BJP. He was Minister of State for Tourism and Culture in 2002.