Big filmmakers don't want TV face as lead: Shaheer
New Delhi, June 16 : "Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke" actor Shaheer Sheikh has been part of the telly world since 2009 and been offered roles in movies too, but is yet to make his Bollywood debut. He says it's not that simple as most big filmmakers aren't keen on taking a "TV face" as their main character.
Big for TV to have a finale like 'Naagin 3' has: Anita
Mumbai, May 26 : Marvel fans may have been miffed when an "Avengers: Endgame" twist was used to build anticipation for the scale of the "Naagin 3" final episode which features characters from its past seasons, but actress Anita Hassanandani says it is "big" for Indian television to have a finale of this sort.
Deepika Singh on husband taking break for her, child
Mumbai, May 24 : Actress Deepika Singh of "Diya Aur Baati Hum" fame is back in the telly world where actors generally shoot for long hours. She says motherhood shouldn't make women leave their passion, and that she feels fortunate to have a husband who has taken a break from work so that she can do a full-fledged role in a TV show.
Crime not men's monopoly, Sushant Singh on debut crime book
New Delhi, May 21 : Mumbai-based Shantadevi, once a meek woman disowned by her husband, soon sat atop a colossal drug empire she built over decades. Her real-life story opens the new thriller "Queens of Crime" where Sushant Singh, host of crime-based TV series "Savdhaan India", and his co-author Kulpreet Yadav decipher what sends women down the road of crime.
Singing came naturally to me: Pearl V Puri
New Delhi, May 14 : "Naagin 3" star Pearl V Puri has professionally entered the music scene with his single "Peerh meri". He says he never took formal training for singing and that its something that came naturally to him.
DD Kashir launches quiz show on lines of KBC
New Delhi, April 29 : DD Kashir, a regional subsidiary television station of Doordarshan in Jammu and Kashmir, on Monday launched "Kus Bani Koshur Karorpaet," a quiz show based on the lines of "Kaun Banega Crorepati" (KBC) which is the Indian version of the popular quiz show "Who Wants to be a Millionare," an official said.
Mohit Malhotra helps her maid's son's education
Mumbai, April 25 : Actor Mohit Malhotra has a soft corner when it comes to children, and has been helping his maid by funding her son's education. I am very fond of kids. I have expressed my emotions earlier as well that I find peace and calmness when I am around kids. It was one of my off days when I noticed that my domestic help was stressed and tensed and was continuously forgetting things which she usually did not. Full Story