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Robin Williams brought dignity to male crying: Kamal Haasan

Actor-filmmaker Kamal Haasan, whose “Chachi 420” was based on actor Robin Williams “Mrs. Doubtfire”, mourns the death of the Oscar-winning star and also credits him for revolutionising the portrayal of men on the big screen and bringing dignity to male crying. Williams was found dead Monday in his home in California. The suspected cause of death was suicide. He was ... Read More »

Actors should take discredit too: Ajay Devgan

Filmmaking is team work and when a film doesn’t work, actors should take discredit for the failure, suggests actor-filmmaker Ajay Devgan, who is gearing up for the release of “Singham Returns”, his ninth film with director Rohit Shetty. Currently director Sajid Khan, a college friend and colleague of Ajay, is in the line of fire for the “Humshakals” fiasco. His ... Read More »

‘Beintehaa’ a serious responsibility : Preetika Rao

Preetika Rao, who has a chequered career behind her as a model, journalist and now actress, can’t believe the impact of her serial “Beintehaa”. She says her character Aaliyah is a “serious responsibility on my shoulder”. “When I took up the offer, I knew I was getting into something special. I loved the storyline and my character Aaliyah’s spunk spirit ... Read More »

Highly anticipated Punjabi film ‘Punjab 1984’ launched in Surrey

REGARDED as one of the most highly anticipated Punjabi films ever produced, Punjab 1984 celebrated its global launch in Surrey on Wednesday with stars Diljit Dosanjh and Rana Ranbir, as well as producer Manmord Singh Sidhu. And Daljit Thind, the well-known and highly respected B.C. developer who was instrumental in bringing TOIFA (Times of India Film Awards) to Vancouver last ... Read More »

Meet Shashaa Tirupati

The Indian singer you’ll love listening to (and looking at) Shashaa started singing at the age of five, and never imaged she would have a career as a Bollywood Playback singer, singing the old Hindi melodies of Mohd. Rafi and Lata Mangeshkar over a local radio channel, Radio Rim Jhim, in the well-received show ‘Aapki Pasand, Aapki Zubaani’, hosted by ... Read More »

Is Online Schooling the Best Option for my Child?

‘Learning in the 21st century has changed, so has the face of course delivery!’ We live in a world where technology is introduced to children at a very young age.  Because of this fact, their learning style is very different from the students that preceded them.  They demand individualized attention and customized learning plans.  Why not embrace this technology and ... Read More »

Film industry is more organised: Madhuri

In the three decades that Madhuri Dixit has dedicated to entertaining Hindi film buffs, the hugely talented and enduringly beautiful actress saw herself evolve as a performer and as a person. She feels that the new crop of artistes in filmdom comes prepared to handle the increasing “pressures” in a more organised industry. “The industry is more organized now, but ... Read More »

No issues with bold scenes: Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt already seems to be getting experimental – after playing a fashion-conscious and arrogant young girl in her debut film “Student Of The Year” she will now be seen as a deglamourised character in “Highway”. She says she won’t do something as bizarre as going bald for a movie, but she’s game to being bold. Her father, filmmaker Mahesh ... Read More »