“Twilight” star Robert Pattinson is a true romantic at heart. He says it is tough for him to have a physical relationship with a woman, unless he feels true love for her.
Actress Kim Kardashian prefers to wait for the rain to wash a car rather than doing it herself.
As an actor Saif Ali Khan is choosing his roles responsibly and wants to prove critics wrong. As a filmmaker he feels Bollywood is “self-sufficient” and doesn’t need to impress the foreign audience.
Singer Debbie Harry calls Lady Gaga a breath of fresh air in what she calls a conservative US music scene.
Jodie Foster played Kristen Stewart’s mother in the movie “Panic Room”, says she never expected the “Twilight” star to stay in the business.
Bollywood veteran Sharmila Tagore’s six-year tenure as censor board chief comes to an end this month and she hopes that the information and broadcasting ministry will appoint a “forward- looking and open-minded candidate” as her successor.
Filmmaker-screenplay writer Vishal Bhardwaj is revelling in the success of “7 Khoon Maaf”, says the movies have now become a holistic experience in India, drawing more viewers and their taste reflects the country’s new sensibilities.
Pop singer Britney Spears admits she hates cutting back on calorie filled foods, and may eventually consider surgery to make her look better.
Choreographer Marischa Fernandes mentored Meiyang Chang — winner of dance reality show “Jhalak Dikhla Jaa 4″, says she is not a hard task master but pushed her partner beyond his level of perfection.
“No One Killed Jessica”, “Mirch”, “Turning 30″ and “7 Khoon Maaf” – all women-centric films in the last few months show the female leads in strong and powerful roles. Filmmakers and actors hope this trend continues in future.