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Film industry has taught me lot of patience: Taapsee Pannu

Film industry has taught me lot of patience: Taapsee Pannu

Film industry has taught me lot of patience: Taapsee Pannu

Actress Taapsee Pannu, who has impressed many with her strong willed and fearless woman characters in films like “Pink” and “Naam Shabana”, says the film industry has changed her a lot as a person as she can “kind of” take a lot of “non-sense” “I think it (film industry) has changed me quite a bit,”

Sunny Leone

Sunny Leone urges people to save water

Actress Sunny Leone, the brand ambassador of a mineral water company, says people should try to conserve water. “As an individual, I always keep certain things on mind like the product that I am getting associated with should not harm anybody and as a user I should believe in that product,” Sunny said. “When it

We've sold our souls for selfies: SRK

We’ve sold our souls for selfies: SRK

Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan feels earlier his family used to feel awkward by the paparazzi culture, but now they consider it a part of their lives. He says his family has sold their souls for photographs. “(Being photographed is) the part of stardom that we all have accepted…I think everybody in this day and

Shruti's visit to Golden Temple an 'unbelievable' experience

Shruti’s visit to Golden Temple an ‘unbelievable’ experience

Actress-musician Shruti Haasan made a brief visit to the Golden Temple here and found the experience unbelievable. “It was such an unbelievable experience. I’ve been wanting to come here since I was a child, but never got a chance. The energy and atmosphere is just indescribable. The people here have also been so lovely and

'Parmanu' is based on true story: John Abraham

‘Parmanu’ is based on true story: John Abraham

Actor-producer John Abraham, who is coming up with a film “Parmanu – The Story Of Pokhran”, says that it’s entertaining but based on a true story. “Parmanu – The Story Of Pokhran” is based on the nuclear test conducted at Pokhran in 1998 when BJP leader Atal Bihari Vajpayee was the Prime Minister. Asked if

Every Sunday is my cheat day: Tiger Shroff

Every Sunday is my cheat day: Tiger Shroff

Actor Tiger Shroff, who is known for his chiselled physique in Bollywood, says on every Sunday he likes to cheat on his diet and gorge on all food items. “Every Sunday is my cheat day. There is nothing I don’t eat. I eat everything. I think you should cheat once a week to shock your

Nervous to do intimate scenes: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Nervous to do intimate scenes: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

Bollywood actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who has shot for lovemaking scenes for the first time in his upcoming film “Babumoshai Bandookbaaz”, says he was very conscious and nervous during the filming. The National Award-winning actor was present at the trailer launch of the film with the cast and director of the movie. Asked about his experience

Nepotism rocks: Karan Johar gets back at Kangana again

Nepotism rocks: Karan Johar gets back at Kangana again

Filmmaker Karan Johar, along with actors Saif Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan — all of whom belong to film families — didn’t shy away from raking up the nepotism debate once again at the IIFA Awards event in New York. Karan and Saif, who were hosting the gala, revisited the much-talked about issue which started

Faith makes you brave: Shah Rukh Khan

Faith makes you brave: Shah Rukh Khan

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who has condemned the Amarnath terror attack, believes that faith makes a person brave. “Saw pilgrims determined to continue yatra in spite of the dastardly attack. Faith makes you brave and will always win over cowardice and terrorism,” SRK said. On Monday night, seven pilgrims — six women, one man —

Painful to call India third world country: Big B

Painful to call India third world country: Big B

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan feels its painful when India is tagged as a third world country, and hopes that soon in future it shall no longer be a developing, but a developed nation. The 74-year-old has praised Indian scientists, who said that they have identified a previously unknown, extremely large supercluster of galaxies located in the

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