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  • Film celebs hail India's win over Pakistan at WC(7 minutes ago)
    Mumbai, June 17 (IANS) Bollywood celebrities Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor and Ayushmann Khurrana and many others congratulated the Indian team for its victory against Pakistan at the ongoing ICC World Cup in England.
Zeenat Aman joins 'Panipat' cast
  • Zeenat Aman joins 'Panipat' cast(11:48)
    Mumbai, June 17 (IANS) Veteran actress Zeenat Aman has joined the cast of Ashutosh Gowarikers magnum opus "Panipat" for a cameo.
Bulk of money is invested in mediocre films: Konkona
  • Bulk of money is invested in mediocre films: Konkona(11:48)
    By Arundhuti Banerjee
    Mumbai, June 17 (IANS) Actress-director Konkona Sen Sharma says though a set of niche audience members and filmmakers are encouraging a new wave of Indian cinema which breaks stereotype, in the larger picture, the investment still happens for formula films as opposed to alternative narratives.
Priyanka thanks in-laws for taking her as daughter
Saif, Alaia start shooting for 'Jawaani Jaaneman'
SRK pairs up with son Aryan for 'The Lion King'
  • SRK pairs up with son Aryan for 'The Lion King'(10:38)
    Mumbai, June 17 (IANS) Superstar Shah Rukh Khan and his son Aryan will be lending their voice for King Mufasa and his son Simba respectively in the Hindi version of Disney's upcoming live-action film "The Lion King".
Ranveer Singh makes his commentary debut in World Cup
Arbaaz Khan, Lalit Pandit launch entertainment app
  • Arbaaz Khan, Lalit Pandit launch entertainment app(20:00)
    Mumbai, June 16 (IANS) Actor Arbaaz Khan, music composer Lalit Pandit and actress Kainaat Arora have launched Jeeoguru app, a streaming and entertainment platform, which will also provide new talent an opportunity to showcase their skills.
Harshvardhan Rane to head to London for 'Taish'
Big filmmakers don't want TV face as lead: Shaheer
  • Big filmmakers don't want TV face as lead: Shaheer(19:40)
    New Delhi, June 16 (IANS) "Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke" actor Shaheer Sheikh has been part of the telly world since 2009 and been offered roles in movies too, but is yet to make his Bollywood debut. He says it's not that simple as most big filmmakers aren't keen on taking a "TV face" as their main character.
B-Town cheers Team India against Pakistan
  • B-Town cheers Team India against Pakistan(17:48)
    Mumbai, June 16 (IANS) Amid the ongoing ICC World Cup India-Pakistan match at Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Greater Manchester, on Sunday, a string of Bollywood celebrities, like Anupam Kher, Sudhir Mishra and Randeep Hooda, took to social media to cheer the men in blue.
Tiger protects Disha from fans while leaving eatery
Shreya, Sonu Nigam come together for love song
Aparshakti, Darshan, Akasa team up for World Music Day
On Father's Day, Mahesh Bhatt thanks his daughters
Neil Nitin Mukesh wraps up shooting for 'Saaho'
Jaipur designer emphasises handicrafts, disputes mechanisation
B-Town celebs with their 'heroes' on Father's Day
Rajniesh's past life connection with wars, spirituality
  • Rajniesh's past life connection with wars, spirituality(13:56)
    New Delhi, June 16 (IANS) Actor Rajniesh Duggall, currently seen as Lord Krishna in a TV show, likes to believe that he has some past life connection with wars, historicals and spirituality as such stories intrigue him.
'Lagaan' a memorable, beautiful journey: Aamir Khan
SodaBottleOpenerWala launches comic book on Mumbai's dabbawalas (Lead)
'Lion King' fever grips SRK, son ahead of India-Pak match
I've pushed myself as an artiste with 'Leila': Huma
  • I've pushed myself as an artiste with 'Leila': Huma(12:32)
    By Simran Sethi
    New Delhi, June 16 (IANS) As Shalini, who sets out on an arduous 16-year-long search for her missing daughter born out of a 'mixed' marriage in the latest dystopian show "Leila", actress Huma Qureshi felt challenged to push her boundaries and play the role with full justice and honesty.
Priyanka Chopra gets a 'little' dancing partner
Asthma patients skipping doses owing to high cost: Study
  • Asthma patients skipping doses owing to high cost: Study(11:02)
    Sydney, June 16 (IANS) Out-of-pocket costs are preventing many people from taking vital asthma medication, says a new study, calling for urgent interventions to promote discussions between patients and doctors about the cost of medicines to treat asthma.