Interviews

Not getting typecast my greatest advantage: Actress Tabu

Her career has a cohesive mix of content driven films like "Astitva" and "Cheeni Kum" along with commercial entertainers like "Biwi No.1" and "Hum Saath-Saath Hain", which have proven her versatility ...

'Great Expectations' apart, 'Fitoor' stands on its own: Katrina Kaif

Katrina Kaif, who is starring in filmmaker Abhishek Kapoor's film "Fitoor", an adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic novel "Great Expectations", says that its story is "relatable" to current topics a...

Safe is boring for me: Actor John Abraham

In an industry where it's easy to follow a formula, John Abraham likes to break convention. Whether it's with his acting projects or productions, the Bollywood talent says he finds it "boring" to be i...

I choose to live an uncomplicated life: Deepika Padukone

Big banner films, endorsements, awards, appreciation and attention. Deepika Padukone has all these, but she says they haven't changed the "normal girl" in her because she chooses to live a life free o...

Fans make us who we are: Amitabh Bachchan

For years, fans have thronged the gate of his Mumbai bungalow every Sunday morning. He has the maximum followers on Twitter for an Indian, and has a burgeoning "extended family" of those who read his ...

'Dangal' experience changed my life: Kashmiri actor Zaira Wasim

Zaira Wasim, who was unknown a few months ago, has now become a household name in her native Kashmir after landing a role in superstar Aamir Khan's upcoming movie "Dangal". Competing with a thousand ...

Clean comedy more appreciated than vulgarity: Johnny Lever

Trends come and go in the cinematic world, but the fact that clean humour and good comedy reign over "meaningless" entertainers has sustained over the years, says Bollywood's beloved comedian and char...

I like to get bigger, better with each film: Salman Khan

Salman Khan is known for portraying myriad shades on the cinematic canvas - be it his iconic 'Prem' avatar, zany police officer of "Dabangg" or a simpleton in "Bajrangi Bhaijaan". The superstar, who n...

A whacky comedy on death by Kalki Koechlin

As Kalki Koechlin made her directorial debut with the play "The Living Room", the actor, who doesn’t shy away from experimentation, is reinventing herself in another role. The play, which deals with ...

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