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  • Anupam Kher to produce web series on 1971 Liberation War

    Anupam Kher to produce web series on 1971 Liberation War

    The casting of the show has not been decided yet

  • Indian actress hits back after being Photoshopped into porn

    Fed up with seeing the faces of actresses Photoshopped onto other people's naked bodies, an Indian film star has hit back with a Facebook post attacking the practice and declaring that those who shared it had failed to embarrass her.

  • Who is Qandeel Baloch?

    Who is Qandeel Baloch?

    Qandeel Baloch is a Pakistani model, actress and singer.

    Born on March 1, 1990 Qandeel has done a number of drama serials aired on several Pakistani TV channels.

    After starting her career as a fashion model, Qandeel is now making a name with her singing talent. She has sung R&B and other upbeat tunes.

    Besides her fashion and entertainment activities, Qandeel also took part in various social activities.

  • Shabana Azmi slams Kareena’s item song Fevicol se

    Pointing across that she is not in favour of item songs, Bollywood veteran actress Shabana Azmi has criticised Kareena Kapoor's item number from Dabangg 2.

    "I have reservations against item numbers. That’s because I think if a top most heroine is singing ‘I am tandoori murgi, swallow me down with alcohol’, it’s not a laughing matter. It’s a serious issue," Shabana was quoted by Hindustan Times.

  • Sri Lankan national cricket team meets with young adults with special needs

    Sri Lankan national cricket team meets with young adults with special needs

    On March 2, the Sri Lankan national cricket players met the young adults and adults with autism and other neuro-developmentally challenged people from PFDA-Vocational Training Centre at Le Méridien.

  • Priyanka walks Oscars red carpet in a Zuhair Murad gown

    Priyanka walks Oscars red carpet in a Zuhair Murad gown

    Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, who is one of the presenters at 88th Academy Awards, stunned the red carpet in one of the elegant creations designed by Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad.

    It was a proud moment for India when Priyanka, along with ​Liev Schreiber, was called on stage to present an Award in the 'Best Editing' category.

    The actress was her usual charming self as she first enlisted the nominees and then announced the winner.

  • Brie Larson wins best actress Oscar for ‘Room’

    Brie Larson won her first Oscar for best actress on Sunday for her moving portrayal of a young woman held captive for years with a son in the emotional thriller "Room."

    Larson, 26, won praise for her role as 'Ma' in the film in which she plays an abducted woman patiently seeking ways to escape from a small, dark and oppressive room.

    "The thing I love about movie making is how many people it takes to make it," Larson said, thanking everyone involved in making and supporting the film.

  • ‘Spotlight’ wins Oscar for best picture

    Catholic Church abuse movie "Spotlight" was named best picture, the top award at Sunday's Oscar ceremony, after an evening peppered with pointed punchlines from host Chris Rock about the #OscarsSoWhite controversy that has dominated the industry.

    Mexico's Alejandro Inarritu nabbed the best directing Oscar for "The Revenant", taking home the trophy for the second straight year after winning in 2015 for "Birdman."

  • Leonardo DiCaprio finally wins Oscar

    Leonardo DiCaprio finally won an Oscar on Sunday, taking home the best actor statuette for his role in revenge movie "The Revenant."

    DiCaprio, 41, had been nominated four times previously for an acting Oscar over a career spanning 25 years. He was the favourite to clinch the Academy Award this year for his gruelling portrayal of a fur trapper left for dead in an icy wilderness after being mauled by a bear.

  • Ferdous best actor, Moushumi, Mim best actresses

    The government has announced names of the recipients of National Film Award 2014.

    Eminent artistes and technicians have been selected for the award in 26 categories for their ‘glorious and extraordinary’ contribution to the country’s film industry, reports BSS.

    Eminent actor Syed Hasan Imam and actress Rani Sarkar have been selected for life citation.

    The film Brihannala of Masud Parvej has been selected as the best film while Gariwala of Ashraful Alam alias Ashraf Shishir has become the best short film.

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