Shivaay movie cast: Ajay Devgn, Sayyesha Saigal, Erika Kaar, Abigail Eames Shivaay movie director: Ajay Devgn In the closing shot of Shivaay, debutant actress Sayyeshaa Saigal says, “I don’t know what to say. I am at a loss for words.” We too somewhat felt the same after watching this marathon self-indulgent and over lengthy … More Shivaay movie review: Overtly lengthy and self-indulgent
It was at one of Madhuri Dixit’s press meets many months ago when I first spotted Deepak Singh. Standing over six feet tall, Deepak had stationed himself like the Rock of Gibraltar behind Madhuri keeping a hawk’s eye over proceedings. And looking at his well-chiselled physical attributes one could have easily mistaken him to be … More Meet Bollywood’s hottest looking bodyguard, Deepak Singh
Dear Raj Thackeray, Before I address the central issue about Karan Johar’s patriotism that is now being questioned, I would like to take a moment to talk about your own creative inclinations. Apart from being a firebrand enigmatic leader, you were once passionate about filmmaking long before politics happened. Infact, you even wanted to work … More An open letter to Raj Thackeray: Karan Johar made Britishers sing Jana Gana Mana. How can anyone question his patriotism?
BTW Anurag, let me begin by saying Bharat Mata Ki Jai. This is not a headline. It’s just something every Indian should have no problem saying. Now let’s try and dissect your perpetual hate for the media. You accuse us of looking for headlines when we reach out to you which makes me ask … More Dear Anurag Kashyap, you say media is a bully looking for headlines. Have you forgotten how this ‘bully’ stood up for you during Udta Punjab
Dear Fawad Afzal Khan, I will keep it short and simple. I have no problems with you coming to India, acting in Bollywood, earning more name, more fame and more money in our country. Be rest assured that I don’t support bans and those who do…well that’s their opinion. But I certainly have a problem with … More An open letter to Fawad Khan & co: Take a stand like you did after Paris terror attacks because silence is not golden anymore
It was a sight to behold when Katrina Kaif walked into the Regal Room of the magnificent Trident Hotel today. A flurry of activity ensued and the otherwise dull event suddenly came to life.
I think the year was 2003 when I first saw a picture of a fresh looking Katrina Kaif splashed on the cover of a men’s magazine hanging from a stall at Sion railway station while on my way to college.
I have seen quite a few celebs promote their wares at malls but no one can quite generate a hysteria like Ranveer Singh as I witnessed yesterday at Oberoi mall.
The first thing that Kavya Madhavan asked me after the conclusion of an unusually long press conference in Mumbai was ‘ You are a Malayalee, no?’