Priyanka Sinha Jha

Articles By Priyanka Sinha Jha

Kareena Kapoor: I am happy with what’s on my plate

Bollywood actor Kareena Kapoor Khan on rooting for equality, steering clear of labels and why size doesn’t matter.

Kareena Kapoor: Saif has allowed me to be exactly the way I am

Expresso Season 2, Episode 13: Kareena Kapoor Khan on her individual parenting style, her discomfort with tags and why being fit and healthy is better than being a certain size.

Naseeruddin Shah: I’m hardly an example worth emulating

Naseeruddin Shah on his love for theatre, stimulating audiences’ minds, and the joy of mentoring young actors.

Expresso Season 2, Episode 12: I enjoy the work of acting, says Naseeruddin Shah

Actor Naseeruddin Shah on his tryst with movies, the magic of theatre and why education is a must for actors.

Expresso Season 2: I’ve always worked on my own terms, says Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan on juggling roles, pay parity in the industry and why she turned down Troy

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan: Very early in life, I developed the ability to focus on the positives

Expresso Season 2, Episode 11: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in a freewheeling conversation speaks of pay parity, beauty matters and the challenges of leading a fairy tale life.

Expresso Season 2, Episode 10: I worked extra hard as I was afraid of failure, says Dulquer Salmaan

Actor Dulquer Salmaan on why his father refuses to discuss his acting career, Irrfan as the reason for signing up for Karwaan and why being a car geek is a happy distraction.

‘Camera comes on and so do I’

Actor Mithila Palkar on her Bollywood debut, working with Irrfan Khan and taking the unconventional route to stardom.

Expresso Season 2, Episode 9: It’s exciting to know that you are loved so much, says Mithila Palkar

Mithila Palkar, famous for her outings like Little Things and Girl In The City, is now ready to make her debut as a Bollywood heroine in Karwaan. In a quick conversation, she reveals why the Internet is the best place for showcasing talent and more.

Expresso Season 2, Episode 8: Dad had a huge influence on me, says Rajkumar Hirani

Director Rajkumar Hirani on why father-son relationships are integral to his films, critiquing Jean Luc Godard and going for more vacations with Boman Irani than his wife.

Expresso Season 2, Episode 7: It’s important to keep moving forward, says Soorma actor Diljit Dosanjh

Soorma actor Diljit Dosanjh rewinds to his salad days when watching films was an act of rebellion, his favourite glamour girls and why he does not celebrate Diwali.

Expresso Season 2, Episode 6: Everybody is obsessed with working with younger leading ladies, says Dia Mirza

Actor Dia Mirza on ageism in the film industry, soulmate Sahil Sangha and how her dream of buying a pair of expensive shoes landed her in the big league.

‘What I take away from the film is the relationships’

Ranbir Kapoor and Rajkumar Hirani on the making of Sanju and creating a larger-than-life character

For me, having a production house wasn’t vanity: John Abraham

Actor John Abraham on his sportsman spirit, stepping into a producer’s shoes and aging gracefully

Expresso Season 2, Episode 5: Life is like a game of chess, says John Abraham

Actor-producer John Abraham on leaving little to chance, why he and wife Priya prefer to keep a low-profile and why the mirror on the wall is not his favourite.

Rejection made me stronger: Manoj Bajpayee

Manoj Bajpayee on the road to stardom and his debt to theatre.

Expresso Season 2, Episode 4: Manoj Bajpayee – Destiny’s Child

Manoj Bajpayee goes back in time to narrate the story of a boy from the village Belwa who rose to great showbiz fame in Mumbai.

‘I was never glittery-eyed about Bollywood’: Vicky Kaushal

Actor Vicky Kaushal on his role in Raazi, his growing-up years and his first fan moment

Expresso Season 2, Episode 3: Acting is a practising art, it is a privilege, says Vicky Kaushal

Vicky Kaushal on the joys of being an actor and how being an avid watcher of Prison Break, landed him an engineering job.

Expresso Season 2: Being the father of an industry kid doesn’t make me particularly happy, says Imtiaz Ali

I feel failure gives you more than success in the long term... Even though my films didn’t do well or as well as I might have wanted them to, I thought it would make me stronger in some way, or change things for the better, says Imtiaz Ali.

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