Rajeshwari Sachdev entered the longest-running show 'Balika Vadhu', last week.
Buzz is that Raveena Tandon has been approached to play late Pakistani Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto.
"Vicky Donor was my stepping stone in Bollywood. Before that it was only Shah Rukh Khan who had successfully made the transition from TV to Bollywood," said Ayushmann.
Director Sharat Katariya’s 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' ushered in its second week.
The partnership aims to create a powerful force in Indian cinema.
The first look of Haraamkhor, directed by Shlok Sharma and produced by Anurag Kashyap, was unveiled last week.
Abhishek Bachchan and John Abraham may team up for Akshai Puri's first directorial venture.
Eros International released 'Ferrari Ki Sawaari' on February 21 in Japan.
The film that collected 6.12 crore in the first weekend, surpassed its own earning by making 6.72 crore in the second.
Madhurima Tuli has landed a part in Mohit Suri's Hamari Adhuri Kahani starring Vidya Balan, Emraan Hashmi and Rajkummar Rao.
Female protagonists ruling the roost in television serials, director Ravindra Gautam analyses the sudden shift as heroes step into the spotlight.
Luke Kenny's character may have died in Rock On!, but he is most likely to be back in the film's sequel.
Genelia DSouza addresses the media for the first time after her delivery and talks about her motherhood.
Bhouri is a sensitive film directed by Jasbir Bhati, who helmed the TV soap Kkusum.
Vivek Oberoi is now turning producer for the sequel to his debut flick Company which was directed by Ram Gopal Varma.
Actor Om Puri will play a Naxalite in the film Riflegung, directed by Manoj Jha.
Anushka Sharma's debut production venture, NH10 starring her will release on March 13.
Hate Story 3 will see actor Sharman Joshi and reportedly Zarine Khan who is yet to be finialised.
Rohit Shetty has signed Vinod Khanna and Kabir Bedi for the untitled film starring kajol and shah rukh khan.
Kamal Haasan will be acting, directing and romancing two heroines in the highpaced thriller, Amar Hai.
Several Indian authors, much like Vikram Chandra did in Sacred Games, have also explored cities as characters in their novel and sometimes even titled their work of labour after them.