Kishore Biyani’s ‘craziest’ mistake was not in retail, but Bollywood
Future Group's top boss just got candid during a fireside chat at an Amazon event.
Shabana Azmi injured in road accident on Mumbai-Pune Expressway
Renowned Bollywood actress Shabana Azmi was injured in a road accident involv...
After 'Don' act with Bezos, SRK heads to the races with son AbRam
The 'Zero' actor took to Twitter to share pictures of his son's victory.
‘I was shaking’: Sonam Kapoor has a traumatising experience with Uber London, shares ordeal on Twitter
The alarming tweet was sent out early Thursday morning.
Amazon founder & CEO Jeff Bezos to kick off 3-day India visit on Jan 15
Amazon founder & CEO Jeff Bezos will kick off his India tour tomorrow. A mega SME event in Delhi to a glitzy Bollywood event in Mumbai has b...
Kaifi Azmi's 101st birth anniversary: Google celebrates with a doodle
In 1943, Azmi published his first collection of poems, and became a member of the influential Progressive Writers' Association.Kaifi Azmi's ...
Akshay Kumar wishes fans 'happiness and prosperity' on Lohri; Neena Gupta rewinds to Delhi childhood in a video
Bollywood took to social media to share Lohri wishes.
Newgen Software boss a sci-fi fan, reserves flight hours for Isaac Asimov's books
Diwakar Nigam said that listening to ’70s Hindi cinema songs improves his mood.
JNU violence: Bollywood shows solidarity with students, demands harsh punishment for perpetrators
Konkona Sen, Riteish Dekhmukh were among many stars who reacted to the violence.
MP, Chhattisgarh govts make Deepika Padukone’s ‘Chhapaak’ tax-free
Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone’s film ‘Chhapaak’ has been made tax-free in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh on January 09. While speaking...
Deepika Padukone joins students at JNU during protest
The Bollywood actor was seen standing with students as the demonstrators raised the slogan of "Jai Bhim-Jai Bhim". She did not issue any statement nor address the students. Deepika is currently in the national capital promoting her upcoming film 'Chhapaak'.
New year parties may give latest Bollywood hits a miss
Performance rights claims by multiple bodies turn party poopers. Up to four different agencies need to be paid for performance rights and that the process is too cumbersome. The agencies include Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL) India, Novex Communications, Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) and the Indian Singers’ Rights Association (ISRA).
Where were the women? With 'Kabir Singh' & 'Bharat', B-town set the stage for hyper masculinity in 2019
'Kabir Singh' polarised viewers with its glorification of toxic romance.
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