Deepti Naval to shoot film in Leh

Veteran actress Deepti Naval, who is here for the third Ladakh International Fillm Festival, says she has movie a script in mind that she`d love to shoot in the fascinating landscape here.

In Leh, Deepti Naval, Rajit Kapur turn true tourists

A day for acclimatisation turned out to be a day of shopping and eating sweet delights for actors Deepti Naval and Rajit Kapur, who are here for the third Ladakh International Film Festival (LIFF).

Bollywood celebs in tears at Farooq Sheikh`s funeral

Bollywood celebrities were in tears as they bade farewell to veteran actor Farooq Sheikh, who was laid to rest at the Andheri graveyard here Monday evening.

Farooque Sheikh was part of my career and life: Deepti Naval

Veteran actress Deepti Naval says the late Farooque Sheikh - the two were a popular pair in films - was a constant part of her professional and personal lives.

Deepti Naval sees Sridevi, Madhuri in ‘Yaariyaan’ newbie Rakul Preet

Rakul Preet, who is set to enter Bollywood with ‘Yaariyaan’; the directorial debut of T-Series’ head honcho Bhushan Kumar’s wife Divya Kumar, is flattered.

Deepti Naval makes friendly appearance in `BA Pass`

Veteran actress Deepti Naval, who has made a friendly appearance in forthcoming movie ‘BA Pass’, was skeptical about doing the erotic human drama.

Deepti Naval documentary on Balraj Sahni hits roadblock

Films about Indian cinema`s legendary personalities are still a rarity.

Low profile premiere for restored `Chashme Buddoor`

The premiere of digitally restored version of Sai Paranjpye`s classic ‘Chashme Buddoor’ turned out to be a low-key event, which saw the presence of star cast of the film and some TV actors.

Right time to release `Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish`: Deepti Naval

Deepti Naval`s debut directorial venture `Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish` which is awaiting release may hit theatres soon.

Shooting for `Chashme Baddoor` was like picnic: Taapsee Pannu

Taapsee Pannu, who makes her Bollywood debut with ‘Chashme Buddoor’ remake, says shooting for David Dhawan directed film was so much fun that she and her co-star felt they were on a picnic.

Deepti Naval to take to TV to counter tabloids’ ‘prostitution racket’ story

Deepti Naval is contemplating the legal route over what the tabloids have reported about her in the past few days.

Old `Chashme Buddoor` never died down: Deepti Naval

Deepti Naval, who is all set to release the digitally restored version of the original ‘Chashme Buddoor’, has never felt that the film faded away from the viewers` mind.

Deepti Naval angered and humiliated by ‘prostitution racket’ media stories

Yesteryear actress Deepti Naval has been angered by false media reports aimed towards damaging her reputation in the society.

`Listen... Amaya` - shows how love knows no age

There is something enormously heartwarming about a mother-daughter film where the two actresses playing the roles look naturally comfortable together.

`Chashme Buddoor` remake won`t have the 80s innocence: Deepti Naval

Deepti Naval-Farooq Sheikh starrer classic `Chashme Buddoor` is being remade by comedy king David Dhawan but the veteran actress feels that the new film won`t have the innocence of the 80s.

We wrote `Listen Amaya` for Farooque Sheikh, Deepti Naval: Director

Avinash Kumar Singh says he wrote 'Listen Amaya' for Farooque Sheikh and Deepti Naval.

I love Sanjay Leela Bhansali`s cinema: Deepti Naval

Noted actress Deepti Naval says she is a great fan of filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali and wanted to be part of his last directorial venture `Guzaarish`.

`Listen Amaya` selected for London Asian film fest

Farooque Shaikh and Deepti Naval-starrer ‘Listen Amaya’ will be screened at the 15th London Asian Film Festival, to be held in March next year.

`Do Paise Ki Dhoop` will be a tribute to Devsaab: Deepti Naval

Deepti Naval says her directorial venture `Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish`, which is expected to hit screens next year, will be a homage to the late Dev Anand.

Deepti Naval finds nothing wrong with remakes

Most Bollywood filmmakers are revisiting old classics for remakes, and veteran actress Deepti Naval, whose cult film ‘Chashme Buddoor’ is also being remade by David Dhawan, says she finds nothing wrong with the trend. She believes every director has the right to interpret a story in his way.