Last updated: Sunday, April 23, 2017 5:12:56 PM
A warm chit chat and interview with your favorite stars of Bollywood!
Actress Prachi Desai, who will be again seen in a girl next door image in her next film "Azhar", agrees that she has been victim of her own image.
Actress Parineeti Chopra says she prefers to keep her "personal spaces very spa-like with a lot of wooden textures and mirrors", which exude "soothing" vibes.
In 2015, actor Akshay Kumar juggled effortlessly between "Airlift" and "Singh Is Bliing". This year again he joyously juxtaposes the real-life saga "Rustom" with the crazily out of the world "Housefull 3".
Actress Shefali Shah, who is displaying her artwork titled Perspective for the first time at an art exhibition here, says every form of art can be interactive.
Actor Arvind Swamy, popular for films like "Roja" and "Bombay", says he was a private person and so, stardom stifled him.
Actor Emraan Hashmi, who features in another cricket-based film "Azhar" after "Jannat", says he doesn't know why he always gets films with the controversial match-fixing angle.
Actress Huma Qureshi, who is all set to share screen space with her brother Saqib Saleem, says she is "proud" to be his "co-actor and partner in crime".
He makes erotic thrillers unabashedly and feels the censor board in India has assumed the responsibility of "protecting the audience's taste", something which is not its job.
In a candid chat Fawad Khan shares about his wife, his upcoming films and his crazy female fan following...
Neerja actress Sonam Kapoor shares the success of her film and reveals about various other aspects.
Actor Anuj Sachdeva is all set to make his debut in Bollywood in a lead role.
On the occasion of her 26th Birthday today, Patralekha in a candid chat with India-Forums shares about her childhood memories and future plans.
In a candid chat with India-Forums, Katrina Kaif shares about her recently released film Fitoor and her upcoming movie, along with her past experiences in the industry.
Award or no award doesn't really matter, a great actor will make a mark and sustain!
Ever wondered what the formative years of characters Baahubali and Bhallala Deva were like or who were their best friends?
Shot, strangled, burnt and stoned -- over a thousand women are victims of honour killings annually in Pakistan, says the country's first Academy Award winner Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, who is in the Oscar race yet again for her latest