Actor Shiney Ahuja not in Bigg Boss 8

With many possible names doing the rounds as inmates for `Bigg Boss 8` house, palpable interest can be seen in the audiences, awaiting the final list.

Shiney Ahuja to come back with `Welcome Back

Actor Shiney Ahuja, who faded into obscurity after he was accused of rape by his former domestic help, will now be seen in Anees Bazmi`s `Welcome Back`.

Delhi International Film Festival 2013 to start Dec 21

The dates for the second edition of Delhi International Film Festival (DIFF) have been announced. The seven-day film extravaganza will start in the capital Dec 21

Cases against Kasab, Bollywood stars dominate Maharashtra legal scene

Cases against Bollywood personalities Salman Khan, Adnan Sami, Madhur Bhankarkar, Shiney Ahuja and family members of late Rajesh Khanna hogged the limelight during 2012.

Shiney Ahuja: I will return to films

Actor Shiney Ahuja, who quietly exited the limelight following rape charges in 2009, says he will return to Bollywood when he is comfortable.

Industry, fans warmer to me than before: Shiney Ahuja

Shiney Ahuja is calmer and introspective after his unforeseen tryst behind the bars - and that`s because the actor strongly believes in learning out of all bitter and sweet experiences.

`Har Pal` set for summer release, Preity ready to promote it

Shooting with Shiney may not have been an experience worth cherishing for Preity.

Censor snips gory ‘Ghost’ scenes, director cries foul

The on-release Shiney Ahuja starrer ‘Ghost’ has received full censorial treatment - its excessive gore-content prompted the board to make severe cuts. Director Puja Jatinder Bedi says that some of the cuts have been unjustified.

Sceptical if any filmmaker will approach me: Shiney

Shiney Ahuja's career received a body blow after he was accused of raping his maid.

Horror films have loyal audience, says Shiney Ahuja

Shiney Ahuja`s next is horror-thriller 'Ghost'.

Shiney hopes to shine again after `Ghost`

Shiney says that his new film has some similarity with `Bhool Bhulaiyaa`.

Shiney says he was eager to start working again

Shiney says he is getting a second chance through this movie. `Ghost` is a horror film, produced by Bharat Shah.

Shiney set for second innings, thanks Bharat Shah

Shiney Ahuja is set to begin his second innings in the film industry with the horror film ‘Ghost’ and he thanks producer Bharat Shah for having faith in him.

Micromax Mobile withdraws ‘bai’ ad, Shiney relieved

Micromax Mobile has withdrawn its controversial ‘Bai commercial’, which poked fun at Shiney Ahuja.

Court gagging the truth, says Shiney`s wife Anupam

Shiney Ahuja, who has been relentlessly fighting allegations of raping his maid in 2009, has been finding support from his spouse, Anupam all through out. The actor’s wife has said that the evidence that proves that her husband is innocent has been overlooked by the trial court.

Shiney Ahuja spotted dancing, socialising at a party

Having earned infamy for all wrong reasons, Bollywood actor Shiney Ahuja seems to have got back to some serious networking after a long time.

We will get justice in rape case, says Bollywood star Shiney’s wife

Bollywood actor Shiney Ahuja’s wife Anupam has said that she has faith in Indian judiciary and believes that her husband will get justice in the alleged rape case.

Shiney Ahuja released six days after being granted bail

Shiney Ahuja was granted bail of Rs 50,000 last week by the Bombay High Court and was released on Tuesday. The actor, who has been convicted of raping his 20 year old maid back in 2009, has been slapped seven years imprisonment by a fast track court. The actor had challenged the conviction in the Mumbai High Court. In his appeal, the troubled actor had stated that there was no definite proof to hold him guilty.

Bollywood actor Shiney Ahuja granted bail in maid’s rape case

Shiney, who was sentenced to seven year’s rigorous imprisonment has been granted bail by the Bombay High Court.

Shiney moves Bombay HC against conviction

Bollywood actor Shiney Ahuja, who
was sentenced to seven years` rigorous imprisonment for raping his domestic help, moved the Bombay HC challenging his conviction on the ground that it was a
"perverse and illegal" judgement.