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My team is my backbone: Shraddha Kapoor

  Mumbai:  Bollywood actress Shraddha Kapoor says her team has been her backbone through her roller-coaster ride in the Hindi film industry. Shraddha’s comment comes amid rumours that the actress decided to change her team of managers after the debacle of some of her recent movies. “Films do well or not so well. Life is

I’m not that brave to be ahead of my times: Masaba Gupta

Mumbai: Masaba Gupta, who has uplifted the fashion quotient in the Indian market with her quirky and colourful creations and signature prints, feels her fashion is very current and she is not brave enough to be ahead of her times. The daughter of veteran actress Neena Gupta who has always made unconventional and bold choices

My mother biggest source of inspiration: Kajal Aggarwal

Chennai: Actress Kajal Aggarwal, who is currently busy shooting for megastar Chiranjeevi-starrer Telugu actioner “Khaidi No 150”, has revealed that her biggest source of inspiration in her life is her mother. During a Twitter chat with her fans, Kajal opened up on a lot of things. When asked about her source of inspiration in life,

My issues with Karan Johar strictly personal: Ajay Devgn

Mumbai: Actor-filmmaker Ajay Devgn, whose directorial “Shivaay” will clash with Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” at the box office, admits he has issues with the filmmaker. But he says the reasons are “strictly personal”. In September, Ajay demanded an investigation against Karan, who allegedly paid actor Kamaal R. Khan Rs 25 lakh to tweet

My struggle started after my first film: Taapsee Pannu

New Delhi: Actress Taapsee Pannu, who is currently riding high on the success of her third Bollywood venture “Pink”, says she faced a struggle after her first film released. Taapsee, who made her acting debut with the 2010 Telugu film “Jhummandi Naadam”, made a swift transition to Bollywood in 2013 with the film “Chashme Baddoor”.

Played cupid for my friends: Ridhima Pandit

Mumbai: Actress Ridhima Pandit, who is seen as robot Rajni in popular TV show “Bahu Humari Rajni_kant”, says she has helped a lot of her friends to find their love in real life. After showcasing her various avatars like “Helen”, maid of the house “Aishwarya bai”, “Pappu auto wala” and a rapper, Ridhima will next

My marriage has officially ended: Lissy

Chennai: Popular Malayalam actress Lissy Lakshmi on Friday confirmed that her marriage with filmmaker Priyadarshan has officially ended. Calling the procedure an ordeal, she said she now feels relieved. “My marriage with Priyadarshan officially ended today. We both have signed the final papers at the Family Court in Chennai. This has been a real ordeal,”

I’ve shut my critics up, says Neymar

Rio de Janeiro:  Brazil football superstar Neymar labelled winning Rio Olympic gold as one of the “best things” of his life as he hit back at critics following Brazil’s dramatic win over Germany here in the final. The forward scored from a free-kick as the match finished 1-1 in regulation time and sealed Brazil’s first

One of the best moments of my career, says PV Sindhu

Rio de Janeiro:  A visibly elated PV Sindhurated her win over London Olympics silver medalist Yihan Wang as one of the best moments of her career hoping that she could maintain her good form against Japanese Nozomi Okuhara in the semi-finals of the Rio Olympics. Asked about her initial feelings, Sindhu said:”This is also Rio

I won’t change my natural game, says Rohit Sharma

Port of Spain:  India batsman Rohit Sharma says he will never shy away from playing his natural game irrespective of the format he is playing. After falling cheaply in the first innings, Rohit made his second opportunity count in the third and final Test against the West Indies. He smashed three sixes towards the end

It was not my moment: Dutee Chand

Bhubaneswar:  Indian sprinter Dutee Chand, who failed to qualify for the 100m semi-finals in the Rio Olympics, said on Saturday her timing was not to up to the mark due to which she failed to qualify. “It was just not my moment… thanks for trusting n having faith,” tweeted Dutee. She also said that bad

My struggles are getting harder: John Abraham

New Delhi: Actor John Abraham, who started out as a model before venturing into the Hindi film industry in 2003 with “Jism” and now even produces movies, says his struggles in showbiz have become harder with time as he has become tougher on himself. Every newcomer, especially those with no backing of a film family, faces

‘Mujhse Shaadi Karogi’ one of my favourite films: Priyanka

Mumbai: Actress Priyanka Chopra says her2004 movie “Mujhse Shaadi Karogi” is one her most favourite films. Directed by David Dhawan, the movie, which was released 12 years ago, also starred Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar and Amrish Puri. Priyanka, 34, took to Instagram to share the poster of the film and thank the cast as well

Choreographers made fun of my dancing in first film:Jacqueline

Mumbai: Jacqueline Fernandez may have got alot of praise for her dancing moves in songs like ” Jumme Ki Raat” and “Chitiya Kalaiyan,” but the actress says there was a time when she was “shouted at” for not being good. Jacqueline says she worked hard to improve herself as a dancer and got better with

My life influenced by women in family and film industry: SRK

Mumbai: Superstar Shah Rukh Khan says hislife has been shaped up by the women in his life, including his grandmother, wife, daughter and those with whom he has worked in the film industry. “My life has been completely shaped by women, starting from my grandmother to my daughter now and in between my wife, aunts,

I think I was Bengali in my last birth: Vidya Balan

Mumbai: Actress Vidya Balan, who has portrayed a Bengali character in films like “Parineeta”, “Kahaani” and “TE3N”, feels she had her roots in Bengal in her previous life. Vidya is currently shooting for “Begum Jaan” in Patjor on the West Bengal-Jharkhand border. “I think I was a Bengali in my last birth,” Vidya said in

My dad is my biggest critic: Salman Khan

Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan, who has been delivering back to back successful films, says his father Salim Khan is his biggest critic. When asked who is his biggest critic, Salman told IANS: “My dad is my biggest critic so his reaction is important. He comes back (after watching a film) and says forget it and

In my family, no one is fan of each other, says Anil Kapoor

Mumbai: Despite working in the film industryfor nearly four decades and winning several accolades for his performances, actor Anil Kapoor has revealed that his three children are not fan of him or his work. In Kapoor’s family, his elder daughter Sonam is a popular actress, younger daughter Rhea is a producer and son Harshvardhan is