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Surbhi Chandna ditched Bollywood for small screen

Mumbai: Actress Surbhi Chandna opted to feature in a TV show rather than a Bollywood movie. She feels “TV has a bigger reach than films”. The actress, who was seen in “Bobby Jasoos”, says she “would rather be famous on TV and be recognised for my work than start afresh in Bollywood”. Surbhi, who is

‘Sultan’ a blockbuster, say Bollywood celebrities

Mumbai: Bollywood celebrities including Karan Johar, Anupam Kher and Subhash Ghai have praised superstar Salman Khan-starrer “Sultan”, calling it a “huge blockbuster” and a “terrific” film. On Tuesday a group of tinsel town celebrities, including Daisy Shah, Nikhil Dwivedi, David Dhawan, Siddharth Roy Kapur and Divya Kumar Khosla were spotted at the Yash Raj Films

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Faced casting couch ‘down south’, not in Bollywood: Surveen

Mumbai: The actress says she has never really been “desperate about work”, but has been “desiring about work”. Casting couch is one topic that many celebrities shy away from talking about in public but actress Surveen Chawla admits that she witnessed such things in the southern film industry but not in Bollywood. “I feel very

Aamir, Salman welcome newbie Harshvardhan Kapoor in Bollywood

Mumbai: Superstars Aamir and Salman Khanheaped praise on Anil Kapoor’s son Harshvardhan Kapoor after watching the trailer of his debut film “Mirzya”. “Mirzya”, inspired by the popular folklore Mirza-Sahiban, is directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra and stars debutant Saiyami Kher, niece of Tanvi Azmi, opposite Harshvardhan. “Congratulations Mehra! The film looks visually stunning. Harsh looks

Hope my entry helps Punjabi actors in Bollywood: Diljit

New Delhi: He is being touted among the mostpromising newcomers in Bollywood of 2016 and actor Diljit Dosanjh hopes his work in Hindi film industry paves a way for other Punjabi stars to make it big here. The Punjabi superstar is making his Bollywood debut with director Abhisek Chaubey’s “Udta Punjab”. He is aware of

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Punjabi girl Sufi Gulati ready to create buzz in Bollywood

Mumbai: Ludhiana girl Sufi Gulati, who has earlier featured in Punjabi film “Munde Kamaal De”, will soon be seen in Bollywood movie “Luv Ke Funday”. She says she’s looking forward to make a mark in Hindi filmdom without running after anyone. “Luv Ke Funday”, produced by Faaiz Anwar and Prem Prakash Gupta, is directed by

Varun Dhawan proud of his brother Rohit for ‘Dishoom’

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Varun Dhawan says itwas a very emotional moment for him to work in “Dishoom” as the film has been directed by his brother Rohit. The “Dilwale” actor features in the action-adventure comedy along with John Abraham. Rohit had previously directed Akshay Kumar-John starrer “Desi Boyz”. “For me honestly it is very emotional.

After taking lessons from films, man scripts cousin’s kidnapping to earn quick bucks

Ludhiana: To earn quick bucks and after getting lessons in kidnapping from Bollywood movies and TV serials, a man not only scripted his cousin’s kidnapping for ransom but also executed the same with the help of his two accomplices. The family of kidnapped youth paid Rs 30 lakh to the kidnappers to secure the former’s release.

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B-Town wishes ‘crazy Dishoom year’ to Varun on B’day

Mumbai: As Varun Dhawan turned a year older on Sunday, celebrities like Anil Kapoor, Ayushmann Khurrana, Huma Qureshi and Karan Johar opted for the virtual way to wish the Bollywood’s “talented hit machine” a happy birthday. The son of filmmaker David Dhawan, Varun entered Bollywood with the multi-starrer “Student of the Year” in 2012 along

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I never take money for acting in films: Shah Rukh Khan

Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has been enthralling fans for over two decades now in Bollywood, says he never takes money for acting in films and rather demands it when he is endorsing other things. “I never take money for acting in films. I only charge fees for endorsements, for events and live