All stories by RAMESH S
'I am the aachar in Bharat'Rediff.com4 Jun 2019
'Bharat is a Salman Khan film, where the main course is Salman Khan.' 'I am the aachar or papad in it.' 'It's on the table, so if you are fond of papad, then please have it with the main course.'
'I hope I make people laugh'Rediff.com30 May 2019
'I have faced a lot of rejections in my life.' 'I would get at least four rejections every day.' 'I am here to stay.'
Disha Patani: I am a huge fan of item numbersRediff.com27 May 2019
'Slow Motion this is my first massy song with Salman sir in it.'
'I was upset about Notebook's box office numbers'Rediff.com24 May 2019
Pranutan talks about her debut film, Salman sir, her dad and her illustrious grandmother.
'It's not nice to make a woman a showpiece on screen'Rediff.com23 May 2019
'I want to something drastically different, where people will get the shock of their lives. But that has not happened yet.'
'A web series is not about sex'Rediff.com22 May 2019
'People have access to the internet and, if they want to see pornography, they will visit other sites and watch it there. Why will they watch it in a film or a web series?'
This is Tabu's FAVOURITE role!Rediff.com16 May 2019
No, it's not Andhadun or De De Pyaar De.
Rakul: There is no guy in my life nowRediff.com15 May 2019
'Forget dating, I am struggling just to have a crush on someone,' says the gorgeous looking actress.
'You will never see me playing a 25 year old'Rediff.com14 May 2019
'Physically, I still feel as good as a 25 year old.'
'I have not shown my tits or ass'Rediff.com13 May 2019
'...and still managed to grab the attention of audiences.' 'Your work speaks more than your body.'
TV serial launched in saas-bahu temple!Rediff.com29 Apr 2019
The 1,000-year-old Sahastrabahu temple is dedicated to mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law, and the relationship they share.
'What I'm on social media is what I'm in life'Rediff.com26 Apr 2019
'My mom, dad, sister and husband often yell at me to get off the phone. but I say, let me check this picture for the last time...'
Break-up with Malaika: What hurt ArbaazRediff.com23 Apr 2019
'We don't know when those differences started between us, when the love went away, or when the arguments and fights started.'
Review: The Tashkent Files is a hard-hitting filmRediff.com12 Apr 2019
The writers have smartly targeted several politicians without mentioning them, says Ramesh S.
'Will people remember me after I die?'Rediff.com1 Apr 2019
'Someone will say he was a good guy, others may say it's good that he is no more.'
Why Mouni Roy wants to educate India's menRediff.com28 Mar 2019
'We always say "Beti Bachao" and "Beti Padhao", but there has to be "Beto ko padhao aur na samjhe toh thappad lagao".'
Why Salman's teachers slapped him...Rediff.com27 Mar 2019
'When my school principal heard that I took science in college, he slapped me hard.' 'I had once told him I was interested in arts.' 'He asked me if I wanted to be a doctor.' 'When I said no, he asked why I took science then.' 'My father said he would change his name if I survived science for more than two months.'
'I'm not getting married anytime soon'Rediff.com18 Mar 2019
'A lot of married people are not happy with their partners, so how does a marriage decide happiness? Our family wants us to be happy and successful, and marriage doesn't fit anywhere.'
Aamir to play desi Forrest GumpRediff.com14 Mar 2019
Actor Atul Kulkarni has written the script for the official Forrest Gump remake.
Tiger Shroff has a plan for YOU!Rediff.com13 Mar 2019
'Today's kids are so tech savvy, which is good and fun, but they should also take time to service their body, move your muscles...'
Kalki doesn't have work!Rediff.com12 Mar 2019
'Just as success is not real, I believe failures are also not real.' 'It's just like opinions of people who don't really know you.'
'My nude pictures became national news'Rediff.com11 Mar 2019
'People thought I am doing this for promotions, but I wouldn't do that.' 'I have better things to do and better ideas to promote myself.'
'I am still in love with Amrita Singh'Rediff.com11 Mar 2019
'I fell in love with Amrita Singh from the day I saw Betaab... She is amazing'
'The real test of a movie is the test of time'Rediff.com7 Mar 2019
'The real test whether the movie has worked or not is when the people remember it five years later. Just like wine and relationships, the same is true for movies.'
'My way of taking revenge is different'Rediff.com5 Mar 2019
'If banning Pakistani artists suits your peace of mind, do it.' 'I am more concerned about our soldiers who have lost their lives, and their families.' 'So my question is to those people, who are banning artists: What have they done for our soldiers and their families?'
'It's the cleanest film I have ever made'Rediff.com1 Mar 2019
'Luka Chuppi is my Hum Aapke Hai... Koun! type of film.'
'It's not like I haven't delivered hits!'Rediff.com28 Feb 2019
'A live-in is complicated in metro cities as well. In Mumbai, even bachelors doesn't get a house on rent -- I didn't get one for the longest time. To add to that, if the house-owner gets to know that you're an aspiring actor, things become even more difficult.'
'I won't judge someone because even I have a past'Rediff.com27 Feb 2019
'When you love someone, you have to love him, without looking at his past. Everyone has a past.'
Watch out for Sanya Malhotra!Rediff.com26 Feb 2019
'I am really grateful to God with respect to the films I get because choosing them are not a conscious effort.'
Review: Hum Chaar lacks entertainmentRediff.com15 Feb 2019
Director Abhishek Dixit fails to do justice to the film and ends up delivering a never-ending saga, feels Ramesh S.
'Indians are not as regressive as we think they are'Rediff.com1 Feb 2019
'Just because you fall in love with someone, who might not belong to the opposite sex does not mean you are different.' 'Love is always Love.' 'You cannot choose which person you will fall in love with.'
'Being considered most bankable is great'Rediff.com30 Jan 2019
'I did not choose this profession to chase money; I truly fell in love with acting.'
How Aamir got married, the first timeRediff.com30 Jan 2019
'I got married to Reena secretly through court marriage, with three witnesses. My wedding with Reena was most economical. I took the Bus No 211 and bought a ticket of 50 paise. I got down at Bandra Station West, crossed the bridge, landed in the East and walked towards the highway. I crossed that highway and entered the Griha Nirman Bhavan, where there's a Marriage Registrar Office. So my wedding cost me less than Rs 10!'
'There's something desi about Sushant'Rediff.com23 Jan 2019
'Sushant was our first choice for Lakhna.' 'Apart from looking desi, I wanted an actor who had a lot of physical energy.' 'Sushant came on board very quickly because he really liked the story.'
Review: Bombairiya has its moments...Rediff.com18 Jan 2019
Director Pia Sukanya's effort is sincere, but it's not enough to create the madness required in such films, feels Ramesh S.
'Don't worry! Modi won't arrest you!Rediff.com14 Jan 2019
'If one is saying the Modi government makes me feel insecure or will put me in jail if I say anything against him, do not worry, as he won't do any such thing.'
When Yami Gautam got goosebumpsRediff.com12 Jan 2019
'Everyone had similar sentiments of hurt, anger and disappointment because the way these attacks were carried out on Indian soldiers during their sleep. It was extremely brutal.'
'Being bold is not just taking your clothes off'Rediff.com10 Jan 2019
'A woman, with her clothes on, can be more sensual than a naked woman.'
'Uri was most exhausting'Rediff.com10 Jan 2019
'I have given my more than six months of preparation time for the film.' 'I have never done this for any other film.' 'Then, there was a continuous shoot of two-and-a-half months, including 35 days of action scenes.' 'Eventually, you feel like aisa mauka phir kahaan milega.'
From Devon Ke Dev to UriRediff.com9 Jan 2019
'I pray to god that nothing like that happens again in our country so that we are forced to make something like Uri again.'