After making her debut on television with the TV series ‘Guinness World Records’, Bollywood’s bubbly actress Preity Zinta is getting ready to become a “gangster” in director Tigmanshu’s upcoming movie ‘Jai Ramji’.
After the hit romantic comedy “Tanu Weds Manu”, Kangana Ranaut plays a cop in just-released “Game”. The actress, who says she makes an effort to do selective work, will be seen in light-hearted roles in three forthcoming films.
Bollywood star Salman Khan was shocked when he heard actor Shiney Ahuja has been sentenced to seven years in prison in a rape case. But he hopes the actor will eventually be declared innocent.
Bollywood director Anurag Basu had plans to visit Japan on the day the massive earthquake rocked that country. He escaped the calamity due to a change in plans.
Sofia Hayat, a Britain-based singer-actor of Pakistani origin, rues the lack of professionalism in the Indian film industry, alleging some producers were unpleasant to her. India can churn out many hits like “Slumdog Millionaire”, says she, provided directors up the quality of their work.
Thirteen years after she acted in her last film of note, “Tirchhi Topiwale”, Monica Bedi, better known as the companion of jailed mafia don Abu Salem, has begun a new innings in Nepal, acting in a new film that could be the mirror image of her own aspirations.
Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi ,who has worked in quite a number of flicks like Gangster, Jannat, Once Upon A Time in Mumbai etc. is soon to be seen in a romantic movie by Madhur Bhandarkar titled Dil Toh Bachcha Hai Ji.
Bollywood stars have their own secret world, which is going to be disclosed by Zoom TV very soon. The channel is coming up with a unique show titled ‘Gangs of Bollywood’, which will reveal the groupism and cold war in the industry.
Zorsebol.com brings Indian Television Shows page, which includes the “First Look” of your favorite Shows on Indian TV. This page will showcase links to the popular soaps and their episode videos, gossips about the show stars, reality shows and participation info and more.
‘Shararat’ was one of the popular comedy shows, which was based on magic. It was aired on Star Plus and was liked by the viewers. Now, SAB TV, which is ruling with its comedy shows, is going the magical way by launching two new magical comedies.