'Was being pushed into corner...had beef with people': Priyanka Chopra reveals why she left to Bollywood
Los Angeles/IBNS: Priyanka Chopra, one of the biggest names in Bollywood who have made a successful crossover to Hollywood, has revealed that she shifted her base and career to the US as she was tired of the politics in the Hindi film industry and had “beef with people”.
Oscars 2023: Twitterati react after host Jimmy Kimmel calls RRR 'Bollywood film'
Los Angeles: Twitterati fumed after host Jimmy Kimmel called RRR a 'Bollywood film' during a monologue at the 95th Academy Awards here on Sunday.
Sushmita Sen suffers heart attack; undergoes angioplasty
Actor Sushmita Sen, who is considered one of Bollywood's fittest personalities, shared with her fans in an Instagram post that she suffered a heart attack a few days back.
Switzerland celebrates Yash Chopra’s legacy, salutes his contribution to present the country’s beauty to Indians!
Mumbai: Switzerland is paying tribute to the legendary filmmaker Yash Chopra, saluting his contribution of having showcased Switzerland’s beauty to Indians through the magic of his cinema.
Akshay, Mohanlal perform bhangra as Aamir Khan walks with stick at Disney Star India head's family wedding
Jaipur: It rained showbiz stars at the wedding of Gautam Madhavan, son of Star and Disney India head K Madhavan, in Jaipur on Thursday.
My marriage with Saif Ali Khan exposed me to life beyond films: Kareena Kapoor Khan
Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoor Khan was recently in Kolkata to attend a talk show hosted by Young Leaders Forum with ICC where she spoke on a range of issues, including her marriage and motherhood. IBNS correspondent Souvik Ghosh brings excerpts
Boycotting films will deprive people of entertainment, says Kareena Kapoor Khan on #boycottbollywood trend
Kolkata/IBNS: Bollywood actor Kareena Kapoor Khan's last release Laal Singh Chaddha was one of the many films that had faced the #boycottBollywood campaign in recent times.
Suniel Shetty raises #boycottbollywood campaign worry in meeting with Yogi Adityanath
Mumbai/IBNS: Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty drew Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and firebrand Hindutva leader Yogi Adityanath's attention to the recent trend of online campaigns against the Hindi film industry at a meeting in Mumbai.
Welcome 2023: Bollywood celebrities ring in new year in style
Mumbai: Bollywood celebrities joined the rest of the world in wishing people on New Year as they posted their colourful messages on Instagram.
Ten Bollywood films to watch out for in 2023
Amid the competition from the southern film industry, Bollywood is aiming high riding on big upcoming releases of top stars in a bid to reclaim the box office glory, which has taken a beating post pandemic. As the curtains draw on the year 2022, IBNS correspondent Souvik Ghosh lists some crucial Bollywood releases
Bollywood 2022: Spotting the stars amid Southern wave
2022 will be remembered as one of the tough years for Bollywood when regional movie industries gave the B-town cut-throat competition nationally with even audiences giving major releases a miss and preferring to shift their allegiance to their new found love in South. With lack of hit movies and #boycott trends emerging as serious issues of concern, 2023 will remain a crucial year for Bollywood to reshape its future. IBNS-TWF correspondent Supriyo Hazra looks back
Veteran actor and popular Bollywood talk show host Tabassum passes away
Mumbai: Veteran actor Tabassum, well known for her roles as a child artist and Bollywood talk shows, passed away on Friday evening at the age of 78, media reported.
Posterising Bollywood: The world of master collector SMM Ausaja
Film posters tell their own stories but are often ignored or go unrecognised by most. Shoma A. Chatterji delves into their world through the eyes of master collector SMM Ausaja
Shah Rukh Khan's bodyguard stopped at Mumbai airport by customs officials
Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan's bodyguard was stopped by customs officials at the Mumbai airport in the wee hours of Saturday, media reports said.
Make films rooted to Indian culture: Kantara director Rishab Shetty advises Bollywood
Bengaluru/UNI: Kantara Director Rishab Shetty has advised Bollywood filmmakers to make films focusing on the sentiments of the audience, not theirs.