Sahher Bambba speaks about the lull after her debut, glamour, punctuality and nepotism. She also speaks about OTT making it a great time for actors!
Bollywood stars of the ’50s and ’60s: Opening Doorz to Dilip Kumar and Rajendra Kumar who held centre stage during this era.
Opening Doorz to Bollywood stars of the ’50s and ’60s. Raj Kapoor, son of the legendary Prithviraj Kapoor made a popular hit pair with Nargis.
After Anubhav Sinha, Emraan Hashmi calls it quits! The actor is reportedly upset about shooting in pandemic times. Bollywood is in one crisis after another.
Anisa Butt shoots for The Hangout amid lockdown in Mumbai. The actress from London who has made Mumbai her second home speaks to Opening Doorz from the UK.
Sushant Singh Rajput has gone. A story ended, leaving behind many questions. What could it have been that took to break a mind so razor sharp…
Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has come as a shock not only to Bollywood but also to his fans and friends. Nikhil and Sapna call out the hypocrisy.
Your Story Our Film, is a Blue Bang Media & Entertainment initiative inviting short stories from people from all age groups across India, and the world.
The news comes on Whatsapp at 9:38am. Rishi Kapoor is no more. Online, tributes pour from the film fraternity… Rest In Peace Rishi Kapoor.
Smoking is injurious to health. Bollywood actors Ekavali Khanna, Riya Sen, Raima Sen and Mugdha Godse strike a pose with a cigarette in hand. Just Posing.
Opening Doorz to Bond Girl Aisha Sharma, who knows the Universe will give her what is hers. The perfect Bond Girl opposite Hrithik Roshan.
Anisa Butt, the gorgeous actor from the UK, will next be seen in Code M, an army-based web series for Alt Balaji. Opening Doorz to the series.
To an outsider, it looked like a family holiday. But to the one looking from Hrithik’s wounded and troubled heart and his lonesome eyes, one could see the pain, the effort and the joy of getting his family back together.
Neha Sharma is no ordinary actor. She is one of the few in Bollywood to immerse herself in the character she portrays to give her producers their due.
Bollywood Actor Sahher Bambba says, “We thrive on love and appreciation. I feel blessed to have gotten such amazing feedback. I’m very grateful.”
“Why are only women trapped and attacked when it comes to cosmetic enhancement? You are fine with 60 and 50-year-old men from our industry with no wrinkles and head full of hair looking like they have returned to their 20s!”