After Breakup with John, Bipasha Befriends Salman
The grapevine is abuzz with the news that Bipasha is keen to work with Salman again and might even appear in Salman's next film, Sher Khan.
Bollywood Formula: Controversy Plus Buzz Equals Publicity
The controversy could be over the title, the lyrics of a song, a dialogue of content in general. But the buzz is ensured.
Tumne mujhko hansna sikhaya, roney kahogey ro lenge hum
Shammi Kapoor was our torch, for he combined three essentials of teenage: he was mad; he got his girl on his own terms; and there was always a happy ending. He joined the dots between changing the world and dreaming of love.
Aamir Khan Wants a Hollywood Babe For Dhoom?
If things are on course, Aamir Khan could be romancing a Hollywood heroine in Dhoom 3, the much-hyped third installment in the Dhoom series scheduled to release in 2012.
Superman's Tragic Irony
Shafiq Sheikh, who acted in the spoof film "Ye Hai Malegaon Ka Superman" about an Indian super-hero who saves his town from a tobacco-loving villain, may be dying of cancer. "He made the film about the after-effects of tobacco, but now
Aarakshan Ban Lifted
The Indian Supreme Court has lifted the two-month ban on Aarakshan imposed by the Uttar Pradesh government.
Shashi Tharoor's Film Debut?
"Shashi Tharoor has been approached to play a key role in one of the upcoming films starring Salman Khan. Though the talks have initiated but a final outcome is still awaited."
Salman Khan, Shah Rukh Khan's Paths Cross Again
On August 16 Karan Johar started the shooting of his film Student of the Year with newcomers Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt and Siddharth Malhotra at Mumbai's Yashraj Studio. Socialite Parmeshwar Godrej switched on the camera for the mahurat shot that
Penelope Cruz to Team With Aamir Khan in Dhoom 3
Yashraj Films is seeking to sign up Hollywood actress Penelope Cruz to rock the international market.
The Pirates of Bollywood
Hollywood studios invested an estimated $100 million on producing films in India between 2007 and 2009. But box-office profits were hard to come by, despite the power of India's growing middle class, and the fact that India's film industry