Mumbai | (PTK): Producer Karan Johar, who had spoken in favor of Pakistani actors in Bollywood, had been facing criticism from the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) party and now MNS protest outside his house. The police has increased security outside his home. Karan had been feeling the pressure over the past couple of days and so left for Lisbon a few days back to relax with his.
Delhi | (PTK): Shahid Kapoor was praised for his performances in films such as Kaminey (2009), Haider (2014) and Udta Punjab. Now, we have come to know that the actor has received requests from several institutes to conduct acting classes. “The college authorities want Shahid to deliver a few lectures on acting for young students, who wish to enter Bollywood,” says a source, adding,.
WWE announced that it had suspended wrestler Adam Rose for violation of the company’s Talent Wellness Program, which is aimed at the prohibition of recreational and performance enhancing drugs as well as concussion protocols. Rose, whose real name is Ray Leppan, has been adamant since day one that he was innocent. He was intent on clearing his sullied name.
Srinagar | (PTK): Noted filmmaker Mani Ratnam, whose film Roja catapulted him to national acclaim, is returning to Kashmir after 24 years to shoot his upcoming film starring Karthi and Aditi Rao Hydari. Ratnam’s Roja, which was dubbed in Hindi, was partly set in Kashmir against the backdrop of terrorism, and the director is all set to start shooting of his upcoming film in the.
Indian footprint in the global market is small despite making around 1000 films a year, says Gaurang Jalan, designated representative for Indian films in Cairo Film Festival. Jalan is the adviser & representative of the Festival International du Film d’Amour de Mons (MonsInternational Love Film Festival). “In the global context, Indian footprint is small. Though we make over 1000 films,.
Filmmaker Prakash Jha says the ongoing debate about being national and anti-national which has been happening in the country is “great comedy”. The 63-year-old helmer says even before the “intolerance” debate in the country could settle down, the new issue has come up about (being) national and anti-national. When asked about the ongoing row in JNU, Jha said, “I think.