Bollywood should make films on environmental issues: Amol Palekar
Bollywood should make films on environmental issues: Amol Palekar

Veteran actor-director Amol Palekar is waiting for Bollywood to wake up and stop treating environment as an untouchable subject.

Nothing special in being named India's Oscar jury chief: Amol Palekar
Nothing special in being named India's Oscar jury chief: Amol Palekar

Veteran actor-director Amol Palekar admits he is a little "scared" with people's expectations from him after being appointed as the chairman of India's Oscar jury.

Anushka Ranjan to quit modelling to focus on films

Popular model Anushka Ranjan, all set to make her debut with "Wedding Pullav", has decided to quit modelling to focus on her career in Bollywood.

Indians will connect to our cinema: Singapore film director
Indians will connect to our cinema: Singapore film director

Critically acclaimed film "Ilo Ilo" opened a festival of films from Singapore here to mark the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between India and Singapore besides commemorating the 50th birthday of the island country.

'Manjhi - The Mountain Man'​ director feels Bollywood needs to experiment
'Manjhi - The Mountain Man'​ director feels Bollywood needs to experiment

Director Ketan Mehta feels Bollywood should attempt making adventurous films.

Bollywood to feature at Edinburgh Festival

Bollywood beats will form the centrepiece at the annual Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, a global gathering of military spectacle and cultural performance in Scotland.

Want to work with Aamir Khan: Remo D'Souza
Want to work with Aamir Khan: Remo D'Souza

 Ace choreographer and director Remo D'Souza wants to make superstar Aamir Khan, who has earned the tag of Bollywood's perfectionist, dance on his steps.

'Bheja Fry' director's next a situational comedy
'Bheja Fry' director's next a situational comedy

After ticking the funny bones of the audience with "Bheja Fry" and "Bheja Fry 2", director Sagar Ballary is again working on his next comedy film that will have established stars.

Aditi Rao Hydari likes 'hectic, challenging' career
Aditi Rao Hydari likes 'hectic, challenging' career

Mumbai: Actress Aditi Rao Hydari, who was busy filming five projects in 2014 and was last seen in Subhash Kapoor's "Guddu Rangeela", is thrilled with her "hectic" and "challenging" career.

Producers' cheques also bounce: Richa Chadha
Producers' cheques also bounce: Richa Chadha

Actress Richa Chadha says cheques handed out by film producers also bounce, but it doesn't matter to her as she "doesn't do films for money".

I will never leave TV for films: Kavita Kaushik
I will never leave TV for films: Kavita Kaushik

Television actress Kavita Kaushik, best known for her role of a tough female cop Chandramukhi Chautala in comedy sitcom "FIR", says she does not want to to compromise her TV career to get into films.

No plans of directing a movie: Juhi Chaturvedi

From the quirky tale of a sperm donor in "Vicky Donor" to the realistic, modern take on the daughter-father relationship in "Piku", Juhi Chaturvedi's writing has been the backbone of these hit films.

My life is between action and cuts: Rajkummar Rao
My life is between action and cuts: Rajkummar Rao

Rajkummar Rao, who has been performing in Bollywood films with strong content, is so focussed on his career that his life surrounds the process of filmmaking.

Bollywood films enthrall Swedish movie-goers via fest
Bollywood films enthrall Swedish movie-goers via fest

Critically acclaimed Bollywood films "Margarita With a Straw", "Ankhon Dekhi", "Finding Fanny", "Liar's Dice" and "Mary Kom", which give a glimpse of India's changing canvas of cinema, are being screened here as part of a movie festival.

Bollywood helps push independent projects forward: Singer Papon
Bollywood helps push independent projects forward: Singer Papon

 A multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer, Assamese artiste Angaraag Mahanta, popular as Papon, is oscillating between his independent music and his career in Bollywood. With focus on both, he says Bollywood acts like a support system for independent artistes like him, and helps them reach a wider audience.

Always Bollywood over Hollywood for Amitabh Bachchan
Always Bollywood over Hollywood for Amitabh Bachchan

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan, who unveiled the trailer for "Broken Horses" along with Aamir Khan here on Tuesday, says that if given an opportunity to choose between an Indian and a Hollywood film, he would pick the former.

Three flicks for Boman Irani in 2015
Three flicks for Boman Irani in 2015

 After a "hectic" 2014 with three releases, Boman Irani is now on his way to entertain audiences with more comedic roles.

Enjoying working with Kapil Sharma: Elli Avram
Enjoying working with Kapil Sharma: Elli Avram

Actress Elli Avram is having great fun working with comedian-turned-actor Kapil Sharma in Abbas-Mustan's forthcoming film.

SRK to be seen in new avatar in new age graphic novel 'Atharva'

Shah Rukh Khan will be seen in an animated avatar in a graphic novel titled 'Atharva - The Origin'.

Big B, Dhanush starer 'Shamitabh' trailer launched

The official video trailer of 'Shamitabh' starring Amitabh Bachchan, Dhanush and Akshara Haasan is out.