Rekha opts out of Fitoor

The first pictures of Rekha shooting in Kashmir for the Indian adaptation of Charles Dickens Great Expectations broke the internet a few months back. But in a series of unexpected twists and turns, the latest update on the film might shock many. Rekha, who ... Read More >>>

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Adah Sharma seriously injured?

Word spread like wildfire that Adah Sharma, who made her Sandalwood debut recently in Puneeth Rajkumar's Ranavikrama, was hospitalised after she met with a severe accident on the set of her upcoming Telugu movie. It was reported that she fell off a bike ... Read More >>>

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Alia Bhatt: I am staying off meat

After Aamir Khan, Alia Bhatt is the latest B-town star to beat the meat. While the actor had told Mirror (March 11) that he started following a plant-based diet in the hopes of a longer and healthier life, Alia says that she switched sides to combat the long summer. Read More >>>

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Rekha out of `Fitoor`, Tabu walks in

In what appears to be the latest development in Abhishek Kapoor's ambitious adaptation of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations', veteran actress Rekha will no longer be a part of 'Fitoor'. The actress, who was to play the role of Miss Havisham, is said to have ... Read More >>>

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Shakti Kapoor to play crazy professor

Actor Shakti Kapoor will be seen playing the role of a crazy professor on a quest to seek the meaning to life as well as death, in his upcoming film 'Untouched Love'. According to a source, the 56-year-old will be seen as an insane person, who is ...and more » Read More >>>

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Air India Bengaluru-Mysuru flight soon

'Hitting the road' may not be the only option for those travelling between Bengaluru and Mysuru. National carrier Air India is set to fly between the two cities soon. R.V. Deshpande, Minister for Tourism, announced here on Tuesday that talks with the Centre ...and more » Read More >>>

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PATA delegates may get a `golden` ride

A luxurious ride on the Golden Chariot, wildlife spotting at Nagarahole, a visit to Kabini and Mysuru. The spotlight will be on Bengaluru this September as the city plays host to the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) mart. Nearly 1,000 delegates from over ... Read More >>>

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I don`t consider myself a star: Priyanka

Bollywood actor Priyanka Chopra says she does not consider herself a star, but an achiever. In her 13-year-long career, Priyanka, who has seen highs and lows, said she wants to do good quality work and entertain the audience. “I don't think any one person ...and more » Read More >>>

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Johnny Depp finds `war on terrier` funny

FILE - In this Jan. 25, 2015 file photo, actor Johnny Depp attends the premiere of the feature film "Mortdecai" in Los Angeles. Australian quarantine authorities have ordered Hollywood star Johnny Depp to fly his pet dogs Pistol and Boo out the country by ... Read More >>>

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PATA event to focus on travel technology

With technology becoming the new compass for travellers, major players in the travel technology segment will be given prime space at the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Travel Mart, which will be held here from September 6 to 8. Said to be one of the ... Read More >>>

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Riteish Deshmukh shares son Riaan`s image

Actor Riteish Deshmukh, who so far chose to keep his son away from the limelight, finally shared heart-melting photographs of his son Riaan on social media for the first time. Riteish's son with Genelia D'Souza was born in November 2014. The "Masti" actor ... Read More >>>

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Real glimpse of India on display at Cannes

Many Indian films made their entry at the recently concluded 68th annual Cannes Film Festival hoping to grab attention and critical acclaim. It is a dream come true for any filmmaker to showcase his flick at the Cannes Film Festival. Miyan Kal Aana, directed by ... Read More >>>

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