Several Bollywood stars have come forward to aid those affected by the devastating second wave of the coronavirus. While Anushka Sharma and Priyanka Chopra have announced fundraisers, others have been amplifying SOS calls for oxygen supply, hospital beds and medicines.
Pooja Bedi posted on a video of herself enjoying a speed boat ride and wrote that life was meant to be lived without fear. Her comments about being 'caged and masked for a year/ years in fear of a virus that's clearly not going away' has invited criticism.
Maharashtra government has halted film, television and advertisement shoots in the state for 15 days, starting Wednesday evening. TV and film producers are now planning to shift shoots to other cities.
Tripti Dimri shares screen space with Swastika Mukherjee and late actor Irrfan's son Babil in Qala. The film has been directed by Anvita Dutt and produced by Anushka Sharma under her banner Clean Slate Films.
AR Rahman has expanded his role in filmmaking and turned writer-producer with the upcoming musical, 99 Songs. Rahman talks about bringing a new voice to Indian movies, why he hates the term Bollywood and how he fought cliches of the industry.
Filmmaker Sudhanshu Saria on Friday took to Twitter to point out similarities between the poster of his short film Loev and ALT Balaji's His Storyy. The digital platform finally apologised on Sunday morning after director Vikramaditya Motwane criticised Ekta Kapoor's company for its inaction on the matter.
Cezanne Khan joins Shakti Astitva Ke Ehsaas Kii as Harman Singh, who was earlier played by Vivian D'Sena. The makers of the Rubina Dilaik-starrer show had until now not ascertained if Shakti would see Harman and Saumya's love story again.