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OMG! ‘Bang Bang’ is Racing Towards 300 Crore Worldwide

Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif-starrer ‘Bang Bang’ `! is keeping the producers’ cash registers ringing

Manisha Koirala plans to turn director

Veteran actress Manisha Koirala, who is married to Samrat Dahal, is reportedly having a troubled

Tapsee’s debut in Bollywood with Chashme Baddoor

Riding high on the critical appreciation she is receiving for her outstanding performance in the

Bhindi Bazaar Vedita promotes Amul Macho

Vedita Pratap Singh, who made her screen debut with Bhindi Bazaar Inc, is now going

Siddharth in David Dhawan’s film

South India’s charismatic actor Siddharth has been signed up by David Dhawan to play one

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Jennifer Lopez sister to sizzle in Bollywood

Caterina Lopez, cousin sister of Hollywood diva Jennifer Lopez, is in Mumbai and she will

‘Bhindi Bazaar’ is for multiplexes, says Britain-based producer

Britain-based producer Karan Arora says his first Bollywood venture “Bhindi Bazaar”

Bollywood’s woman filmmakers call shots – and are heard

Bollywood, for long considered a male-dominated industry, is

Bollywood’s woman directors call shots – and are heard

By Robin Bansal New Delhi, Sep 10, Bollywood, for long considered a male-centric industry, is

Katrina Kaif in Bollywood on employment visa

Interestingly, not a single foreigner working in Bollywood has so far applied

Manisha Koirala in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film

Manisha Koirala is back to acting in the film with a pivotal role in

David Dhawan to remake “Chashme Badoor”

Director David Dhawan has been signed up by Studio 18 to remake the 1981 Sai

Deepti Naval’s directorial debut premieres at Cannes

Actress-turned-director Deepti Naval’s directorial debut “Do Paise Ki Dhoop Char Aane Ki Baarish” premiered at

Bollywood film titles go flunky and funny

Right from Karan Johar’s “Wake Up Sid” to Farhan Akhtar’s “Kartik Calling Kartik“, coining flunky film titles has become the