Kiara Advani Days after the release of her Netflix original film ‘Guilty‘ based on ‘MeToo’ movement, actor Kiara Advani on Wednesday thanked her fans for showering love on the film. The actor who essays the central role of a college
Growth Planning certainly isn’t the most exciting part of marketing. You just don’t hear a lot people saying, “Oh, I can’t wait for next week’s planning session!” or “We had so much fun at last week’s planning retreat.” But, just because
Celebrity Celebrities are notorious for having their hands in multiple industries, whether it be fashion, beauty, technology, art, or even home furnishings and interior design. And while forays from the entertainment industry into the hospitality industry are a bit rarer
Ajay Devgn, who will make a guest appearance in SS Rajamouli’s much-awaited film RRR, has reportedly refused to charge a fee for his role in the film, stated Bollywood Hungama. Earlier, it was reported that the Singham actor will charge a huge fee for his guest
There’s no denying that Bollywood celebrities are the best source of inspiration for ethnic outfits, and lehengas are a clear favourite with them. From film promotions to weddings, the stars have worn this wardrobe staple everywhere—and in every iteration possible—so
1. Saif Ali Khan – Tabu in Jawaani Jaaneman: They have been together once before in Sooraj Barjatya’s Hum Saath Saath Hain. But Saif was cast opposite his future sister-in-law Karisma Kapoor and Tabu was with Mohnish Behl. In Jawaani Jaaneman they play spouses at
Chhapaak is scheduled to release on 10 January and ahead of its release, Twitter is divided in two sections. Courtesy, film’s leading actress Deepika Padukone‘s JNU visit. While one faction is promoting Chhapaak, the other one is obviously making #BoycottChhapaak trend.
Sikh Community Punjab’s biggest star-actor Diljit Dosanjh is all praise for Akshay Kumar for bringing such magnificent pride to the Sikh community with his portrayal of Havaldar Ishar Singh in Kesari. Says Diljit, “Though Akshay Paaji is not a Sikh he has done a great