"Films are different media altogether and earlier it was film and Television and now digital media. Infact I feel it's much stronger than films as movies depends on digital campaign for marketing and everything and promotions so I think digital media is much bigger. Anybody can be star if the Content is good.
There were reports stating that Bipasha, who tied the knot with actor Karan Singh Grover last April, is expecting her first child. Taking to Twitter, the 38-year-old actress shot down rumours and said that whenever it happens she would share it with her fans and followers. "The curiosity about me being pregnant...is sweet and a tad annoying. I am sorry to disappoint the people who are so eager for this to happen," Bipasha tweeted on Tuesday morning. "We are not planning to have a baby right now.When we do plan..it will be joyous news which we will share with our well wishers then," she added. The actress, who was last seen on screen in the 2015 horror film "Alone" starring alongside Karan, said the she is a straight forward person. "The constant guessing game is tiring..as am more than straightforward person.So please do not believe anything that gets written. Thank you all," she added.
Geryak is known for his work on projects like "Ted 2", "Dark Knight" and "Inception" among many others. He says it's a pleasure for him to collaborate with Bhagnani for the film. "It was a pleasure to collaborate with (film's director) Chakri Toleti and Vashu Bhagnani on the film. Chakri is a talented director possessing an exceptional visual sense of storytelling. Prabhudheva and Tamannaah are wonderful actors and a joy to work with," Geryak said in a statement. Deshmukh praised Geryak and the Indo-American director Toleti, who is helming the film. "It's great to have a sound technical team in place - the director Chakri Toleti himself is technically so brilliant to top it we have Corey Geryak, who is a sound filmographer, I have seen some shots of the film and it looks stellar nothing short of an international film," she said. The film is a remake of Tamil film "Kolaiyuthir Kaalam".
"For the first time, I am sharing screen space with Kritika Kamra and I must say I am totally impressed with the way she is dedicated towards her work," Chandan said in a statement.
"First look of 'Indu Sarkar'. Thank you to Kirti Kulhari for working so hard for my character and getting it so vibrantly alive on screen," Bhandarkar tweeted along with an image of the actress looking bruised, battered and dishevelled.
"The character Lakshya (in 'Yaariyan') was received well by the audience. As I'm keen on playing lead characters in future, I felt the need to work more on my body and dancing skills, though I don't have qualms about playing chocolate boy roles too," Himansh said in a statement. The actor was seen playing the role of Alex, a lover, in his recently released "Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai". "Post the break, I made sure that the character I play next must be different from Lakshya. So, Alex was a perfect comeback," he said. The 27-year-old actor says there's a growth in this character that he liked. "About working in films having ensemble cast, I never see a film that way. If the role is interesting then it will get noticed. Also, I get to work with my seniors, from whom I learnt a lot," he added.
"Biopics will keep coming and continue being made, especially inspirational sports-based biopics. Apart from that, in fact, in the US, people have made biopics on Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy and many more. So biopics are here to stay, but inspirational sports-based biopics would be made more," Rahul said at a screening of "Poorna" here on Sunday.
"Hello from Georgia...'Hindi Medium' song shoot," Irrfan tweeted. Also starring Pakistani star Saba Qamar, "Hindi Medium" narrates the love story of a young couple from Delhi's Chandni Chowk. The film is is directed by Saket Chaudhary, and has been described as a light-hearted romantic film about a young couple in Chandni Chowk, who aspire to move into society's upper crust. Presented by T-Series and Maddock films, the movie has been produced by Dinesh Vijan and Bhushan Kumar.
"If it's a good film, with a good script and performances, and it's executed well, everything works. It's not about whether a spin-off will work or not, or a sequel will work or not. Most importantly, it is whether film will work or not," Pandey told IANS over phone from Mumbai.
"I don't want to do this flag-bearing thing. Cinema should not have the responsibility of changing society. Sure, you should make good films which have some meaning and lead to something positive for someone, but one doesn't want that burden," Richa told IANS during a tete-a-tete during a visit last week.