||Meet the showman of 2004!|
During 2004, when many in the Hindi film industry learnt the science of filmmaking but forgot the art of
entertainment, the one man who continued to hold sway and emerge stronger than ever before was Yash
||Bidding farewell to Amrish Puri|
Co-stars, loved ones and fans mourned the passing away of a spirited man as veteran
Hindi film actor Amrish Puri was cremated at the Shivaji Park crematorium here Thursday.
||Bokadia held for false cheque|
Film producer K.C. Bokadia, arrested in a cheque bouncing case, was Thursday released on a bail of
||Its Two much Hema!|
The "Baghban" team of Ravi Chopra and Hema Malini returns - this time for a TV serial "Kamini Damini".
Hema plays a double role in the serial inspired by G.P. Sippy's classic "Seeta Aur Geeta" of the
||Bigs family in trouble!|
Almost 30 years ago, Sanjeev Kumar tried to marry off his widowed daughter-in-law Jaya Bhaduri with the silent stranger Amitabh Bachchan in Ramesh Sippy’s Sholay. The
‘forbidden’ match never materalised.
||The women of Action!|
If there's one clear indication about cinema in the coming year, it's the emergence of an array of interesting
||Esha Deol isnt media friendly|
Esha Deol seems to be having a tendency to avoid media exposure, especially before her movie is about to release. The actress kept cancelling her interviews with several
sections of the media when Dhoom was on the verge of a release.
"What a gentleman... and such a nice man to know," says writer-lyricist Javed Akhtar, summing up the dismay in the film industry over the death Wednesday of Amrish
Puri, one of Bollywood's most revered and in-demand character actors.
||Vivek not an arrogant creep!|
It's bound to be. Anyone who stretches a hand of sympathy to the distressed and the needy is bound to be looked on with suspicion, if not outright animosity.
||Making film stars Homeless!|
At least 30 illegally built bungalows owned by businessmen and Bollywood personalities along the city's coast are up for demolition, sources in the civic body say.
||People from Pakistan ring Shahid!|
The trade pundits and industry insiders may well have labeled 'Dil Maange More' as a non-happening fare at the box-office but producer Nikhil Panchamia is least perturbed
by the disparaging business reports about the film.
||Vivek to celebrate Pongal in Tamil Nadu village|
Bollywood star Vivek Oberoi has plans to celebrate the Pongal festival in his adopted village of Thevanapattinam in Tamil Nadu.
||Whatll Big B do in Hollywood?|
Amitabh Bachchan has a million Dollar question for all of those who had been asking Big B of Indian cinema to pack
his bags and go west.
||We are not Bewafaa!|
With the music of BEWAFAA getting an excellent response, music-directors Nadeem-Shravan are back with a vengeance.
||Nepal mourns the death of Amrish Puri|
The Nepalese film industry Wednesday mourned the death of charismatic Hindi film actor Amrish Puri who died in a Mumbai hospital after a brain haemorrhage.
||Wannabe Tulsis grand-bahu?|
No one pushes the luck like Ekta Kapoor does. Her most successful venture Kyun Ki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu
Thi is sagging at the TRP charts and Ekta is already contemplating a story of the new sapling in Virani
||Get ready for action packed clash|
Are one-word titles the norm this year? After "Amu", "Vaada" and "Rog" in the first week of 2005, it's "Elaan" and "Insaan" this week.
||Indian cinema will miss Amrish Puri: PM|
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Wednesday condoled the death of veteran actor Amrish Puri and said Indian cinema would miss his "commanding and endearing
||Alexander conquers overseas once again|
Director Oliver Stone's "Alexander" is recovering its lost ground at the international box office after a disappointing run in the North American market, reports Xinhua.
||Amrish Puri is dead!|
Amrish Puri, one of Bollywood's most brilliant actors whose distinctive baritone gave life to a variety of roles from that of a villain to a benevolent father, died here Wednesday following brain haemorrhage.
||Big B now sells jewellery!|
Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan, who has been appointed ambassador of the month-long Dubai
shopping festival that begins Wednesday, says he is "bowled over" by the place and is amazed by its rapid
||Is Saif the next King Khan?|
Speculations are rife that who will shine in 2005 and rule the marquee? Last year it was Bollywood Badshah
Shahrukh Khan, who overshadowed his colleagues and contemporaries by giving three consecutive hits.
According to filmi pundit, this year Saif Ali Khan would emerge as the hottest Khan and rule the
||Zayed Khan in bar brawl|
There's something about the name Khan, which keeps all the young Pathans in the limelight. Don't worry this time it's is not Salman Khan but the latet kid on the block Zayed, who got into the trouble. On Wednesday night, he got into another brawl — this time with a 21-year-old Australian of Indian descent, Rocky Sardana.
||Mithuns Elaan: Im Back!|
The first thing that impresses you about this National award winner is his striking humility despite having ruled
the box office as a 'Dancing star' during the 70s to the 90s.