All stories by DIVYA SOLGAMA
Look out for Alaya F!Rediff.com16 hours ago
'That's the way it should be -- people should see your work and then want to work with you, not because you are a celebrity's child.'
Folks, Himesh Reshammiya is back!Rediff.com1 days ago
'People have already given a verdict against Himesh Reshammiya.' 'If people watch my performance with an open mind, then there is a chance that they will accept me.'
The Queen of 'Item Numbers'Rediff.com2 days ago
'It's a special song and every girl will relate to it.'
'I have not entertained negativity in my life'Rediff.com9 Jan 2020
'Chhapaak is definitely the most challenging film of my career.' 'I have gone through many emotionally challenging experiences, but none affected me the way it did when I played an acid attack survivor.'
'2019 was like giving my exams. 2020 is like waiting for my results'Rediff.com31 Dec 2019
'Kabir Singh will be very special for me, but my goal is to make each character as memorable as Preeti.'
'Heroism can never die'Rediff.com27 Dec 2019
'I feel like I came to the industry just day before yesterday, even though it's more than 30 years now.'
'I don't know anything about films'Rediff.com24 Dec 2019
'There are times when I have to convince myself to go on the sets to shoot.'
'It was not odd romancing Salman'Rediff.com23 Dec 2019
Saiee speaks about her debut film Dabangg 3.
'Despite being a superstar, Salman is so grounded'Rediff.com20 Dec 2019
'Time is throwing something at you, one should grab such opportunities right away.'
Warina turns item girl in Dabangg 3Rediff.com20 Dec 2019
Watch Warina talk about sleepless nights after she heard she would be part of Dabangg 3, and how tough it was for her to transform herself to step into the shoes of Malaika Arora who dazzled in Munni Badnaam Hui.
Must read! How Salman turned Dabangg into a franchiseRediff.com19 Dec 2019
'Dabangg 3 has fallen in place. Even the fourth one has fallen in place.' 'This happens only for films like Rocky or Rambo.'
'I can be called a female Akshay Kumar'Rediff.com18 Dec 2019
'I want to be that actress who does everything. I want to be that actress who does Lootera as well as Dabangg,' says Sonakshi Sinha.
SEE: DJ Bravo on Virat, Dhoni, SRKRediff.com12 Dec 2019
Former West Indian cricket captain Dwayne John Bravo, who last year announced his retirement from all forms of the game, is having a good second run as a singer. His popular 'Dwayne 'DJ' Bravo Champion' music video is a blockbuster online, having notched up 29,50,000 views on YouTube. And now he has teamed up with choreographer Shakti Mohan of Dance India Dance fame to come up with a peppy single titled 'The Chamiya Song'.
'I know nothing about cricket'Rediff.com10 Dec 2019
'It's very rare to see a woman's character so empowered in a cricket-based Web series,' says Sayani Gupta about her new show, Inside Edge 2.
'I love men, but...'Rediff.com9 Dec 2019
'Being a feminist doesn't mean I dislike men.'
'I am a social media addict'Rediff.com5 Dec 2019
'I am commercial by heart.'
'Love triangles never go out of fashion'Rediff.com4 Dec 2019
'Relationships have changed so dynamically that the 'woh' doesn't have to be a person.'
'Akshay Kumar made me cry!'Rediff.com28 Nov 2019
'Akshay Kumar takes care of each and every person on the sets. He does not waste a second of a producer's time and money. It's no wonder that he is doing films back-to-back because people love him so much.'
'Amrish Puri banned me from film sets'Rediff.com27 Nov 2019
'I would get very pampered on the sets so my grandpa used to get very scared about that.' 'He would think I would feel great from inside and my life would get messed up.'
Mandira's Marriage MantrasRediff.com26 Nov 2019
'Physical compatibility is very important among couples before marriage.'
How Mandira Bedi got her bikini bodyRediff.com25 Nov 2019
'Wherever I am, in the country or abroad, I spend at least one hour on myself.' 'If you aren't doing that, you are doing injustice to yourself.'
'An actor can't do his own thing all the time'Rediff.com14 Nov 2019
'Hopefully, I will become more evolved as a performer in the future.'
'When will I get a chance to play a prostitute again?'Rediff.com13 Nov 2019
'You have to sell yourself as a product in Bollywood.'
'You have to love yourself, no matter what'Rediff.com7 Nov 2019
'Everybody had told me that I was the next big thing in Bollywood because my face and body structure was like a superstar. But when it didn't happened, I learned a lot of important things in life.'
'I believe in spirits'Rediff.com17 Oct 2019
'If you want to see sex, just go watch porn. You don't need to watch a film or a Web series for that.'
'It's the story that works. Not sex or horror'Rediff.com16 Oct 2019
'If a horror movie does well at the box office, it doesn't mean people like to scared these days. People might like to get scared on one Friday, fall in love on other, and laugh on the next.'
Who is Priyanka's best friend? She tells usRediff.com9 Oct 2019
'My life hasn't changed much, in terms of how I travel and work since I got married. Nick and I are both work-oriented and have a lot of drive and ambition. But two countries are a part of it, so it takes a lot of flights, a lot of beating jet lag, forgetting to eat, not getting enough time to sleep...'
'I have enjoyed doing item numbers'Rediff.com4 Oct 2019
'There were times when I thought of quitting but I have always believed in my talent.'
'One cannot believe there are two Constitutions in India'Rediff.com1 Oct 2019
'India is called the largest democracy in the world, and one cannot believe that there are two Constitutions, two penal codes and two sets of laws.'
'I always wanted to sound sexy in my films'Rediff.com11 Sep 2019
'I don't watch my films more than once, otherwise I will fall in love with myself.'
'I run away from watching my own work'Rediff.com5 Sep 2019
'I would love to be a part of Bollywood. Sadly, only glamorous roles have been offered to me until now, where I have nothing to do, just be a glam-doll.'
When Ragini got cold feet and goosebumpsRediff.com27 Aug 2019
'My director has put the ugliest face of a crime on screen.'
'People expected me to do intimate scenes with ease'Rediff.com23 Aug 2019
'But it's not something I am interested in.'
'If a role demanded sensuousness, I was approached'Rediff.com22 Aug 2019
'It got boring after a point.'
The REAL REASON Why Mission Mangal is a hitRediff.com20 Aug 2019
'We have actually made the film for children and intellectual people.'
'All of us need counselling at some point in our lives'Rediff.com16 Aug 2019
'People will be entertained by the Singhams and the Simmbas but they will still not respect cops. Batla House is an opportunity for us to show the true side of policemen and their sacrifices.'
'I didn't know what sex trafficking was all about'Rediff.com14 Aug 2019
Mrunal Thakur is just three films old in Bollywood and each one has been radically different from the other.
'I can be a badass girl'Rediff.com9 Aug 2019
'If I look in a certain way, have an innocent face, I will only get offers for the girl-next-door roles. As an actor and creative person, you want to explore and experiment more but you don't get the opportunity. That gets frustrating at times.'
Meet Sonali Bendre's biggest fan!Rediff.com31 Jul 2019
'For the past year, people have been asking me about my wife, Sonali, who suffered from cancer. It was a tough year but I have seen worse in my life.'
'I won't make fun of Sardars in my films'Rediff.com23 Jul 2019
'My main concern was that a proper Sardar would not fit in the acting world, but things are changed now.'