Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer have downplayed split rumours after spending the afternoon of Super Bowl Sunday together.
One keeps hearing,'Kal Kisne Dekha?',but the soothsayer did foresee Vashu and his family's future.
The party was on till the wee hours of the morning,which in no means was acceptable to the slum dwellers.
Madonna seems to have found solace in the arms of Brazilian model Jesus Luz after divorcing Guy Ritchie.
Slumdog Millonaire continues it's successful journey in the run up to the mother of all award ceremonies.
The criticism surrounding Slumdog is believed to be the result of negative campaigning from rival studios.
A 21-year-old from Chembur in Mumbai underwent a similar experience though for different purpose.
Films shoots can help to boost tourism in Rajasthan,but there should be better infrastructure to woo producers.
Cameron Diaz has totally fallen in love with her beau Paul Sculfors country Britain,and is considering buying a mansion in Essex.
Rubina Ali is already a Hollywood star,and now the actress has her eyes firmly set on Bollywood.
Pop-queen Madonna and her former husband Guy Ritchie have come together again in New York.
The two new releases,Luck By Chance and Victory,had a slow start on Friday all over India.
Bruce Springsteen has admitted that his decision to release his album through Wal-Mart was a "mistake".
Danny Boyle might as well add winner as his middle name,for the filmmaker has repeated his victory.
Jennifer Love Hewitts demand for a high-profile wedding was the reason behind her spilt from Ross McCall.
On the face of it,Bedtime Stories is one of those stories told at bedtime: safe,comforting and predictable. But there is a topping...
Birthday girl Preity Zinta made her acting debut in 'Dil Se' in 1998 followed by a role in 'Soldier' the same year.
Jennifer has split from boyfriend John Mayer after an on and off relationship that did not even last a year.
The other film of the week is about Indias other junoon: Luck By Chance backgrounds cinema,Victory does ditto with cricket.
Is being a good actor enough to make you a star? In Zoya Akhtars detailed sketch of Bollywood and its colourful,conflicted denizens...
Is being a good actor enough to make you a star? In Zoya Akhtar's detailed sketch of Bollywood and its colourful,conflicted denizens,the most important ingredient in a wannabe's portfolio seems to be that elusive thing called luck.
The other film of the week is about India's other 'junoon' : 'Luck By Chance' backgrounds cinema,'Victory' does ditto with cricket.
On the face of it,Bedtime Stories is one of those stories told at bedtime: safe,comforting and predictable. But there is a topping: it has Adam Sandler,a hero whose main virtue isn't his looks,kingdom or valour but a likeability that helps you overlook all of it. He is Shrek,with an "ass" by his side.
It is ironical that depiction of poverty,squalor,and degradation of Mumbai should receive such acclamation.
They might dont see eye-to-eye,but American idol judge Paula Abdul just cant live without Simon Cowell.