15 Nov 2017

Tumhari Sulu: Here's why we are excited about Vidya Balan's film


Vidya Balan in a still from Tumhari Sulu

Once called the fourth Khan of Bollywood, Vidya Balan had everyone bowing down to the powerhouse of talent that she is. If her films had compelling stories, they created magic at the box office too. But it's been 5 years since Vidya enjoyed the same stardom. But that hasn't deterred her from experimenting with different roles, and her next film Tumhari Sulu is no different.

Bollywood movie ‘Airlift’ screened for visually challenged kids

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Nov 14: A film festival specially made for the visually challenged kids of the city was organized today at 10 AM in KC Theatre by Radio Mirchi 98.3, where the students of The Blind School, Roop Nagar, Jammu were fascinated by the Akshay Kumar starrer Airlift.
The movie was exclusively designed by Saksham Foundation. Radio Mirchi 98.3 RJs, Mirchi Shwetima, Mirchi Nishant and Mirchi Nikki who host their shows daily from the studio struck a chord with the adorable kids and the sparks of love could be visible in their eyes.

IFFI personality of the year award for Amitabh Bachchan



Amitabh Bachchan will be honoured with the award during IFFI which will be held from November 20-November 28.(AP)

Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan will be honoured with personality of the year award at the upcoming International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa, Information and Broadcasting Ministry sources said.

Veteran Bollywood actor Shyama dies at 82



Veteran Bollywood actor Shyama died in Mumbai on Tuesday, Mid-day reported. She was 82.

Shyama acted in more than 175 films in a career spanning four decades, The Indian Express reported. Some of her memorable roles were in movies such as Aar Paar, Barsaat Ki Raat, Sawan Bhadon, Milan and Sharada, for which she won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1957.

The actor, born Khurshid Akhtar, was given the stage name Shyama by director Vijay Bhatt, according to Mid-day. She married cinematographer Fali Mistry in 1953, with whom she had three children – Farooq, Rohin and Shirrin.
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‘A Passage to Bollywood’ coming to P.E.I.'s Confederation Centre this week

“A Passage to Bollywood” is a heartfelt story of one person’s journey. - Submitted
Musical is a classic tale of love and friendship.

CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – “A Passage to Bollywood,” coming to Confederation Centre of the Arts this week, is a classic tale of love and friendship.

Bollywood actress Celina Jaitly 'shaken' by tremors in Dubai



Celina's family panicked after her tweet about the tremors

Celina Jaitly, a Bollywood actor, was shocked as she witnessed tremors and woke up to find the floor moving and her chandeliers shaking. The tremors of the recent earthquake that jolted Iraq and Iran killing hundreds of people, were also felt as far as Turkey and Pakistan, according to reports in Bollywood Hungama.

Karan Johar: Many actors have fallen in love on my film sets

One of Bollywood's most established and known name Karan Johar, who has a versatile profile, marked his debut as a radio jockey today. The filmmaker, actor, TV show host will be seen as an RJ wherein he will be donning the hat of a love guru.

Today, a press conference was held in order to mark the debut of the versatile filmmaker and it turned to be quite an interesting one as Karan answered each question with honesty.

Is rivalry in Bollywood passé? Here’s what Katrina Kaif has to say



Katrina Kaif photographed in New Delhi. | Photo Credit: Times Now

The last two years have been quite difficult for Katrina Kaif as her films such as Fitoor, Baar Baar Dekho and Jagga Jasoos tanked at the box office. Katrina, however, is unfazed and said that she is "extremely happy and satisfied with the kind of films" she is doing.

Sony to Distribute Bollywood Star Akshay Kumar's 'PadMan' Worldwide

Sony Pictures Entertainment has acquired global rights to Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar’s upcoming film PadMan and also come on board as a co-producer.

Directed by R. Balki and featuring actresses Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte, the film is inspired by the true story of Arunachalam Muruganantham, who invented a low-cost sanitary pad-making machine and revolutionized cost-effective female hygiene in India.

PadMan, which will get a worldwide release Jan. 26, is based on the book The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad, written by Kumar’s wife and best-selling author Twinkle Khanna. Her banner Mrs Funnybones Movies also worked on the film with Bollywood banner KriArj Entertainment.

Opening Statement by Prime Minister at 15th ASEAN-India Summit, Manila (November 14, 2017)

Your Excellency President Duterte,
Excellencies,
Mr. President,
I am delighted to be on my first visit to Manila in this landmark 50th year of ASEAN’s establishment. 
We are also celebrating 25 years of ASEAN – India dialogue partnership.
I compliment the Philippines for its able stewardship of ASEAN during this significant year and thank you, Mr. President, for the excellent arrangements made for this Summit.
I also thank the honourable Prime Minister of Vietnam for Vietnam’s contribution as Country Coordinator to further strengthen the ASEAN-India partnership.

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