Vir Das ready to look ahead of humour
Vir Das ready to look ahead of humour

 Actor Vir Das, who has carved a place for himself in Bollywood with his unique brand of comedy, has been trying to come out of the genre through some of his films like "Revolver Rani" and "Delhi Belly". Now the actor feels that he has succeeded in the mission.

Don't want to be typecast as fatty comic guy: Kunaal Roy Kapur
Don't want to be typecast as fatty comic guy: Kunaal Roy Kapur

'Delhi Belly' actor Kunaal Roy Kapur, who debuted a thinner self in his last releases 'Nautanki Saala' and 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani', says he does not want to be known as the "fatty comic guy".

'The Shaukeens' to use Aamir Khan's track
'The Shaukeens' to use Aamir Khan's track

Mr Perfectionist Aamir Khan, is known to be the man of details. He seldom misses out on any important angle, while conceiving a project. According to a leading daily, the actor could not stop himself from praising the upcoming film 'The Shaukeens', starring Akshay Kumar.

Vir Das plays intense role in `Jaane Kyon`

Stand-up comedian Vir Das is ditching his funnyman image for a serious role in the upcoming film `Jaane Kyon`, based on the riots of 1984.

Vir Das eager to play psychotic villain

Vir Das says that his stage experience has made him "fearless" and "brave".

`Saxx Ki Dukaan` for `Delhi Belly` audience: Vir Das

Actor Vir Das, who plays a double role in `Saxx Ki Dukaan`, says those who enjoyed sex comedy `Delhi Belly` would like his film too.

Abhinay Deo ready with two comedy films

Director Abhinay Deo of `Delhi Belly` fame is ready with scripts for two comedy films, one of which is slated to go on floors later this year.

Train plays important role in `Oru Orula Irendu Raja`

Director R. Kannan`s upcoming Tamil romantic-comedy `Oru Orula Irendu Raja`, which went on floors here Wednesday, features a train in an important role.

Kareena Kapoor and Imran Khan attend `Gori Tere Pyaar Mein` screening with pals

Special screening of the film `Gori Tere Pyaar Mein` was held for Bollywood stars at PVR Cinemas in Juhu, Mumbai.

At some point, I will direct: Imran Khan

Imran Khan, who is trained in directing films, intends to go behind the camera someday.

Battle `Delhi Belly` by this new pill!

Scientists have developed a pill to prevent Delhi belly - a condition that causes cramps, vomiting and diarrhoea due to intake of contaminated food and water - in those travelling to India and other tropical countries.

We`ve ended up becoming film family, says Kunaal Roy Kapur

His elder brother is associated with a film production banner, while his younger brother is a video jockey-turned-actor. Director-actor Kunaal Roy Kapur feels even though they are not really a film family, but they have ended up being one.

Kunal Roy Kapoor in search of hero for directorial

Bollywood actor Kunal Roy Kapoor is currently in search of a leading man for his new directorial project. He says the script for the film is ready, and a producer is also on board for it already.

I would love to do a `Delhi Belly`: Aditya Roy Kapoor

He has his family to fall back upon during any crisis, but otherwise Aditya Roy Kapoor would like to make it big in filmdom on his own. The actor says he and his two brothers may think about working together in a movie.

Comedian-actor Vir Das has seven films lined up for release

Stand-up comedian and actor Vir Das, known for his role in `Delhi Belly`, has got seven films releasing this year.

I lost weight for myself, not for film: Kunal Roy Kapoor

Kunal Roy Kapoor clarifies that he lost weight for himself and not for the movie.

Not just comedy, Kunal Roy Kapoor wants to try different genres

Actor Kunal Roy Kapoor, who did a comic role in ‘Delhi Belly’ and will again be seen, doing comedy in ‘Nautanki Saala’, doesn`t wish to get typecast as a comic actor.

Poorna Jagannathan to play Pakistani woman in `Criminal Justice`

Actress Poorna Jagannathan, who played a journalist in the hit adult comedy ‘Delhi Belly’, has bagged a role in HBO`s drama series ‘Criminal Justice’.

Is Hindi losing out to English in Bollywood?

Hindi’s long serving and possibly best known brand ambassador Bollywood is turning slowly but surely away from the language it helped transcend borders.

Is Hindi losing out to English in Bollywood?

Hindi’s long serving and possibly best known brand ambassador Bollywood is turning slowly but surely away from the language it helped transcend borders.