Shabana Azmi on Monday said that equal opportunities should be given to both men and women for the nation to progress. Actor Tisca Chopra, who was also present at the event, said it is important for women to come together to eradicate the gender biases.
Shabana Azmi on Friday said she and her husband, Javed Akhtar, have decided not to attend Kaifi Azmi's birth centenary celebrations in Karachi in the wake of Pulwama terror attack. The couple was invited to Pakistan by the Karachi Arts Council for a two-day event.
Soorma screening: The makers hosted a special screening of the biopic in Mumbai. In attendance were celebrities from both Bollywood and sports fraternity. Sachin Tendulkar attended the screening along with wife Anjali Tendulkar and daughter Sara Tendulkar.
When Bollywood celebrities step out to celebrate, they make sure it looks like the best time ever. At Javed Akhtar's Diwali bash, celebrities came dressed in their finest and with attendees like Aamir Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Amitabh Bachchan, Shilpa Shetty, Vidya Balan and many others, this Diwali party was stars galore.
Veteran actress Shaban Azmi was spotted with daughter-in-law Adhuna Akhtar at the screening of her latest film 'Neerja'. Adhuna was married to actor Farhan Akhtar and the couple recently announced their divorce.
New Delhi, Jan 11 (ANI): Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla believes that because of changes in the education system, people are losing their identity. The actress says that whether it is education or language, people are more interested to adopt western methods rather than enhancing their own. Juhi also said that it is important for people to understand that education is just not about information, books and rote learning, but about promoting their child's interest. Juhi will be seen in an upcoming film, Chalk n Duster. The film highlights the problems that teachers and students have to deal with, amidst the changing education system.Directed by Jayant Gilatar, the film is scheduled to release on 15 January 2016.
New Delhi, Jan 11 (ANI): Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla believes that though half of our lives are spent with teachers, we fail to respect them for their job.Juhi says that she never understood a teacher the way she does now after reading the script of her upcoming film 'Chalk Duster.'Juhi added that because she belongs to the entertainment industry, she feels responsible to keep the audiences entertained, however, if the film carries a subtle social message then it is an added incentive to act in the film.Chalk n Duster is an upcoming Bollywood flick which highlights the problems that teachers and students have to deal with, amidst the changing education system.Directed by Jayant Gilatar, the film is scheduled to release on January 15 2016.