New Delhi, Bollywood stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Rani Mukerji and Genelia D’Souza have thronged the small screen of late, but TV actors say they don’t feel threatened by their presence as actors of daily soaps have a different appeal. Ronit
Mumbai, (BollywoodWorld.com) Director David Dhawan dismisses as “baseless” media reports that his film “Hook Ya Crook” won’t release in theatres but would instead arrive directly on DTH. “Where did you hear this one now? Nothing like this is happening at
Bollywood actress Genelia D’Souza at Spinz Perfume Launch.
Govinda, Genelia D’Souza, Amrita Rao, Prachi Desai and Tushar kapoor at ”Life Partner” success bash.
Nonetheless "Life Partner" is a decent inoffensive marital comedy mostly free of double-meanings. Rumi Jaffrey's direction is most of the time even in tone. But the last half hour with its screeching sermonizing gets on to slippery ground.
Mumbai, In “Life Partner”, Genelia D’Souza is cast as a dumb girl and the actress is cringing. “This girl thinks she knows it all, when she’s clueless. She doesn’t know how dumb she is. She’s got loads of money and
Mumbai, Genelia D’Souza surprised her choreographer on the sets of “Life Partner” when she requested him to include the signature step of the song “Pappu can’t dance” from “Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na” in the song “Teri meri ye zindagi”.
Macau, Whether it is 63-year-old Kabir Bedi or Riteish Deshmukh, who is almost half the latter’s age, Bollywood’s unmarried men were spotted with their girlfriends at the ongoing International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) weekend here. While Kabir Bedi walked in