Dia: Playing Maanayata Dutt in ‘Sanju’ was surreal

Putting oneself in another’s shoes is never easy. A considerable amount of empathy is expected, and that is the one experience actress Dia Mirza hasn’t forgotten, from her role as Maanayata Dutt in the 2018 biopic “Sanju”. “Sanju”, which stars Ranbir Kapoor as actor Sanjay Dutt, had released on June 29, 2018. Directed by Rajkumar

Ranveer’s ‘Simmba’ to re-release in Australia, Fiji

Ranveer Singh’s 2018 blockbuster hit “Simmba” will be re-releasing in Australia and Fiji, as the world tries to regain normalcy and centres of entertainment re-open amid the deadly COVID-19 pandemic. Ranveer took to his Instagram account and shared two posters of the film. One of them read, “Blockbuster returns in cinemas near you” while the

Shilpa is proud of ‘tigress’ Sushmita Sen

Actress Sushmita Sen’s performance in “Aarya” has left Shilpa Shetty in complete awe of her. Taking to Instagram, Shilpa on Sunday penned an appreciation post for Sushmita, calling her “tigress”. “This lockdown has taught me a few things, the first being how important it is to appreciate, if you do then acknowledge and also praise.

Film ‘Thappad’ impact on men was surprising

Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha says he was surprised with the extent of impact “Thappad” had on men, and believes that is the biggest success of the film. “Thappad” features Taapsee Pannu in a starring role and also features Pavail Gulati, Ratna Pathak Shah, Tanvi Azmi, Dia Mirza, Ram Kapoor, and Kumud Mishra in important roles. The

Swara: ‘Rasbhari’ reflects hypocrisy of repressive society

Bollywood actress Swara Bhasker says her latest web series “Rasbhari” reflects important issues of society, like “hypocrisy of a repressive society and patriarchy’s fundamental fear of female sexuality”. The show narrates a love story set in Meerut. Swara plays the role of a stern English teacher who is the object of attraction for Nand (Ayushmaan

Diana: Pandemic has taught me to value life

Actress Diana Penty says the COVID-19 pandemic has been natures way of telling humans to stop, adding that the outbreak has taught her to value life. “I think this pandemic has been nature’s way of telling us to just stop. We were moving at a pace too fast for our own good. This time, as