hit tracker
Download http://bigtheme.net/joomla Free Templates Joomla! 3

Life&Style

Over 30 films under progress: Syed Noor

Chairman Pakistan Film Producers Association, Syed Noor said on Saturday that at present over 30 films were under production in Lahore and Karachi which indicated the rehabilitation of Pakistan film industry. Talking to APP, he said that he was always optimistic about the rehabilitation of local film Industry. He said that there was a time when over 200 films were …

Read More »

Anushka’s Nush in is trouble

Anushka Sharma recently launched her apparel collection following suit of many B-Town names including Hrithink, Shahid, Alia and Deepika but pinkvilla.com has pointed out something that we do not want to be true. According to a report published by the Indian film, fashion and lifestyle website, Nush, which is Sharma’s nascent clothing line, could be an extravagant or not so …

Read More »

Last appeared in Ramazan series, Egyptian actress Dalia Al-Tuni killed in car crash

According to the media outlet, the actress met an accident on Cairo-Ain Sukhna highway when a car collided with hers. The showbiz personality rose to fame with her 2012 film against renowned Egyptian actor Muhamed Ramadan. She had begun her career by appearing in comedy shows in 2011. She last appeared in a Ramadan special series on one of the …

Read More »

Salman Khan becomes Bollywood’s highest tax payer

– Outstanding actor Salman Khan has become Bollywood’s highest tax payer by paying Rs 16 crore advance tax. Akshay Kumar is on second number while Ranbir Kapoor is present on third slot after paying Rs 11 crore and Rs 7 crore respectively. It is to be mentioned here that Salman Khan is back as the host of the reality TV …

Read More »

I am still first priority of filmmakers, says Sajal Ali

Pakistani actress Sajal Ali has said that the appreciation she received over her Bollywood debut movie ‘Mom’ gave her confidence. Sajal Ali said that she is being given offers for new films but she wants to focus on one project at one time. She said that she cannot stop working in dramas as they have given her recognition. We cannot …

Read More »

Box Office: ‘Blade Runner 2049’ fades to $31.5 million opening weekend

– “Blade Runner 2049” is heading for a downbeat $31.5 million opening weekend at 4,058 sites in North America. Sunday’s estimated result throws serious doubt onto what had been high hopes for a box office success story. In one of the most surprising turnarounds in recent years, “Blade Runner 2049” fell far short of expectations, which had been in the …

Read More »

Dhoom star Uday Chopra appears unrecognisable in new pictures

– Bollywood actor Uday Chopra who is known for his iconic role in Dhoom series – under the banner of Yash Raj Films – was recently clicked in the outdoors. He looked unrecognisable because of gaining weight and grey hair. Uday had made his debut in Indian films through Mohabbatein and has starred in several popular movies like Mere Yaar …

Read More »

Asha Bhosle’s Madame Tussauds statue will be put next to whom?

Legendary vocalist 84-year-old Asha Bhosle unveiled her wax statue in Delhi chapter of Madame Tussauds on Tuesday (October 3rd) and wished to it to be placed between those of Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. Coming from Bhosle, you’d expect her statue to be placed somewhere around Indian dignitaries but that is not the case. Bhosle expressed desire that her statue …

Read More »

Ranveer Singh’s look as Alauddin Khilji in Padmavati unveiled

Ranveer Singh s first look as Alauddin Khilji in Padmavati has finally been unveiled after both Deepika Padukone as Rani Padmini and Shahid Kapoor as her husband Raja Rawal Ratan Singh received attention with their teaser posters. The story of Padmavati revolves around love triangle of Khilji, Rani Padmini and Singh. Khilji is mesmerized by the beauty of Padmini and it …

Read More »

‘Neighbourly culture’ has sadly gone: Salman Khan

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has said that sadly the ‘neighbouring culture‘ and the bonding between neighbours in India became a thing of the past, reported Hindustan Times. “Around 60 families used to stay in that area and people had a connection. Doors were never shut, we used to play around and in the evening, men of the house sat together …

Read More »