Kirti Kulhari bids adieu to social media! @ 30 Oct 2018 2:17 pm - Kirti Kulhari has done what she feels is the best, moved away from the social media platform. It takes a lot of courage for a celebrity to take a step in that direction.
#MeToo is cleaning up Bollywood and we might finally see talent getting its due! @ 22 Oct 2018 8:35 pm - #MeToo is doing its cleaning up, karma is catching up, and I believe even male will now come out with their #MeToo stories. Everyone who is Anyone in the industry also knows about this.
NO MEANS NO! Tanushree Dutta roasts Bollywood! @ 3 Oct 2018 11:46 am - It would be nice to see Bollywood erupt in support for one of their own. A woman is asking for justice. She is fighting for justice. It’s up to the women (and men) out there to ensure they stand by her!
Witnessing Nawazuddin as Manto is the closest to knowing the writer himself: Ekavali Khanna @ 17 Sep 2018 4:24 pm - Right from the very first sequence, Manto portrays elements of brilliance: be it the storytelling the aesthetics, the costumes, the impeccable detailing or even the sound.
I love Lakshmi… not Sonia! @ 16 Sep 2018 7:21 pm - Lakshmi will always be the benchmark for any film on human trafficking, coming out of Bollywood. Love Sonia disappoints!
IMC Ladies’ Wing, Love Sonia! @ 16 Sep 2018 6:06 pm - This special screening of Love Sonia was curated and moderated by Aarti Surendranath and ably executed by Kalpana Singhania, Surbhi Ghatlia and Anuja Mittal.
Anisa Butt: Finding the missing link to nepotism in Bollywood! @ 21 Aug 2018 10:18 am - Nepotism does frustrate you; for every actor, it becomes frustrating. Star kids have an advantage in the sense they get multiple opportunities to show their skill.
Baba, Hirani, Morani and Bachchan! @ 6 Jul 2018 9:34 am - It takes tremendous insight by a director with foresight to imagine a character much before he is fleshed out on screen. And here, I can safely say that no casting agency can take the credit. Take a bow, Raj Kumar Hirani!
Casting directors have tapped the versatility of my face and personality: Ekavali Khanna @ 16 May 2018 2:48 pm - “I've been very fortunate to have been cast in diverse characters and I owe it largely to the imagination of the phenomenal casting directors we have in Mumbai now. They have tapped the versatility of my face and personality.”
Ekavali Khanna… Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain… Class Apart! @ 7 May 2018 7:20 pm - For an actor it is very liberating to play a character who is not at all like you. Najma is a complete opposite of who I am. It was a challenge for me playing this role and having the audience hate me.