New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANS) Much like the children of other Bollywood celebrities, actor Ajay Devgn and Kajols 15-year-old daughter Nysa and 8-year-old son Yug, get a lot of media attention and are often targeted by social media trolls.  

Excited, nervous: Tanushree on being guest-speaker at Harvard

Excited, nervous: Tanushree on being guest-speaker at Harvard

Mumbai, Feb 13 (IANS) Actress Tanushree Dutta, the harbinger of the #MeToo movement in the Indian entertainment industry, has been invited to the Harvard Business School in Boston, US, as a guest-speaker. She says she is quite excited, but also a bit nervous.  

I want to set my journey as an example to others: Vicky Kaushal (IANS Interview)

I want to set my journey as an example to others: Vicky Kaushal (IANS Interview)

New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) Riding high on the success of "Uri: The Surgical Strike", actor Vicky Kaushal says he has never cared about following the norms in the film world -- whether it is for the protagonist's part, a secondary part or debuting with a film like "Masaan".  

NGMA was perfect platform to raise the questions that I did: Amol Palekar

NGMA was perfect platform to raise the questions that I did: Amol Palekar

Mumbai, Feb 11 (IANS) There couldn't have been a better platform than the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) to raise the questions that he did, says veteran actor-director Amol Palekar, who was interrupted at the venue here when he became critical of the government.  

I can make jeans, T-shirt look like couture: Kareena Kapoor Khan (IANS Interview)

I can make jeans, T-shirt look like couture: Kareena Kapoor Khan (IANS Interview)

Mumbai, Feb 4 (IANS) Actress Kareena Kapoor Khan believes reinvention -- in her personal and professional life -- has driven her survival as a star in showbiz. She says she has the self-confidence to make even everyday fashion look like couture.  

Indian fashion is getting into its own through Indian weddings: Anita Dongre (IANS Interview)

Indian fashion is getting into its own through Indian weddings: Anita Dongre (IANS Interview)

Mumbai, Jan 31 (IANS) What with the lavish and luxurious weddings of the likes of Isha Ambani and Priyanka Chopra that have caught global attention in the recent past, Indian fashion itself is getting into its own, says veteran designer Anita Dongre, who is back after being a part of the World Economic Forum in Davos.  

Society can't accept negative traits in heroes: Nawazuddin Siddiqui (IANS Interview)

Society can't accept negative traits in heroes: Nawazuddin Siddiqui (IANS Interview)

New Delhi, Jan 31 (IANS) Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui has been praised for his portrayal of Bal Thackeray in "Thackeray", but the movie, based on late Shiv Sena supremo who had a controversial political career, has been slammed by some critics for being biased. The critically acclaimed actor says Indian audiences do not like to see the protagonist in shades of grey and that if only the negative side of the protagonist is reflected on the big screen, this will severly impact the box office.  

Even in troubled times, nothing can take away beauty of Kashmir: Rohit Bal (IANS Interview)

Even in troubled times, nothing can take away beauty of Kashmir: Rohit Bal (IANS Interview)

Mumbai, Jan 31 (IANS) The silver lining in the dark cloud of insurgency, conflict and militarisation in Kashmir lies in its beauty, says veteran designer Rohit Bal who paid a fitting tribute to his birthplace with a fashion show, where he let a group of Kashmiri women take the spotlight.