All stories by RAMESH S
After Bigg Boss, it's now Cabaret for SreesanthRediff.com9 Jan 2019
'It's almost more than 6 years now that I lost my love and passion, which is cricket.' 'So it is high time that I make a bright career this year in the entertainment industry.'
'I can't do typical masala films'Rediff.com17 Dec 2018
'I believe something like this wouldn't have been made five years ago. They would have felt it's arty in nature, and would be unsure about investing in it. One may wonder that since there is no action in it -- or despite me in it, no sex -- who will watch the film? But things have changed drastically.'
Why Sharmila Tagore sent Amrita Singh a message about SaraRediff.com11 Dec 2018
'It feels extremely good because my mother and grandmother are not really in touch.' 'When you do something nice, it does get appreciated.' 'It's really great to know that my family is coming together for me.'
Why is Sara Ali Khan PETRIFIED?Rediff.com5 Dec 2018
'Kedarnath has given me that much needed experience right at the beginning.' 'My experience is not limited to only being in front of the camera.' 'It has also taught me how to sleep at night when you don't know if your film will release, and that's a great learning for a newcomer.'
All You Wanted To Know About 2.0Rediff.com26 Nov 2018
Is there an Aishwarya cameo in 2.0? Who was the first choice for Akshay's role?
'Dropping Sanju and me in Munnabhai 3 would be a mistake'Rediff.com22 Nov 2018
'Unless Sanju and me have become so bad that there is no hope left for the makers!'
'Some people shouldn't be part of #MeToo movement'Rediff.com24 Oct 2018
'I am not saying that all women were always right and all men have always been wrong.'
'I hate the idea of bullying'Rediff.com22 Oct 2018
'I hate people who do such things.' 'The person who bullied me should be ashamed because he tortured other people too.'
'I'm not instant coffee'Rediff.com17 Oct 2018
'You have to sip me slowly and enjoy the journey.'
'I don't want only to be considered a pretty face'Rediff.com16 Oct 2018
'I never wanted to be a niche actor; I want to be a commercial star heroine.'
Tumbbad may be the scariest movie you see this yearRediff.com10 Oct 2018
'When we make such stories, that's when we see how tough it is.' 'Our grandmother may narrate a story of a rakshas, but to create that is like chewing peanuts made up of iron!'
'Salman wants me to fly away'Rediff.com4 Oct 2018
'The one thing he wants from me is that I should learn from him and fly away the day I get launched.' 'He has told me that after LoveYatri, whatever film is being offered to you, it's up to you to discuss with me or not.' 'If you feel like discussing it with me, you can.' 'If you don't, go ahead and make your own choices because it is your career.'
Sperm donor to blind pianist: Ayushmann's quirky journeyRediff.com4 Oct 2018
'My filmography is filled with films that are unique, out-of-the-box and quirky. These films are taboo-breaking but still consumable by the masses.'
'Even my flops do business of over Rs 100 crores'Rediff.com3 Oct 2018
'The audience will make you a superstar or will reject you, no matter whose son or brother-in-law you are.'
'Salman Khan is a man with a big heart'Rediff.com1 Oct 2018
'Whenever we were low in energy and wanted support, we turned to him.' 'He has done a lot for me.' 'He did not leave any stone unturned to launch me.'
Why Radhika Madan learnt to smoke and milk buffaloesRediff.com27 Sep 2018
'I was ready to do anything and go to any extent.' 'Vishal Bhardwaj told us to gain 8 kilos, but we gained 10-12 kilos.' 'I had to blacken my teeth, bleach my hair, get freckles on my face...'
'For Dangal, I gained muscles. For Pataakha, I gained fat'Rediff.com26 Sep 2018
'Vishal sir said he would sign me only when I accept to gain 10 kilos.' 'No matter what, I was ready to accept if I was getting an opportunity to work with Vishal sir.'
'I don't want to be a bahu who is being tortured'Rediff.com17 Sep 2018
'Being a small-town girl has helped me play different characters, feel emotion, and gain from my experiences because I have lived that life.'
'No point in watching a film if you feel depressed for five days!'Rediff.com12 Sep 2018
'A lot of people in the West think that India has a very conservative culture, so we don't show much intimacy and sex in movies here. But I always say that, without sex, India won't have a population of over 1.2 billion people.'
Why Shahid Kapoor is not greedyRediff.com11 Sep 2018
'People, who are greedy, are very self-oriented and cannot be team players.' 'I don't think you can be a part of great cinema if you are self-oriented.'
'Home focuses on the middle class's biggest fear'Rediff.com7 Sep 2018
'Ekta Kapoor candidly confessed that she is equated with scandal, sleaze and shocking content.' 'So it's gutsy on her part that she is not bothered if our Indian audience is ready for such a Web series.'