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Actress Vidya on Tuesday was asked at an event that, at a time when every other actor in Bollywood seemed to be trying to please the current BJP government, why had she chosen to play India's first female Prime Minister and Congress mascot Indira Gandhi in an upcoming web series.

Nandita Das thrilled about returning to Telugu cinema Aug 28 2019

Actor Nandita Das, who has made a comeback to Telugu industry after a decade with the upcoming film "Virataparvam", is thrilled as well as nervous about her return with the Rana Daggubati starrer.

Declared dead at birth, UP girl is KBC winner Aug 28 2019

She was declared "born dead" and thrown in the garbage by the doctors of a Kanpur hospital. A relative saw signs of life in the newborn and picked her up.

Viola Davis To play Michelle Obama In TV Series Aug 27 2019

Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis will feature as the former first lady Michelle Obama in a new television series, titled "First Ladies".

Atal Bihari Vajpayee's life story to hit the big screen Aug 27 2019

The life story of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee is set to unfold on the big screen. Vajpayee, a senior BJP leader and one of the founding members of the Bharatiya Jana Sangh (BJS), died on August 16 in 2018 after a prolonged illness.

Rajamouli begins shooting for 'RRR' Aug 27 2019

Filmmaker S.S. Rajamouli on Tuesday began filming the second schedule of his upcoming magnum opus "RRR" in Bulgaria, its makers said in a statement.

AbRam is now a yellow belt in Taekwondo Aug 27 2019

Superstar Shah Rukh Khan's youngest son AbRam is keeping up with the family tradition of Taekwondo and is now a yellow belt in the sport.

I'll not be joining any political party: Sanjay Dutt Aug 26 2019

A day after Maharashtra's ruling coalition partner Rashtriya Samaj Paksha (RSP) chief and state Minister Mahadev Jankar claimed that Sanjay Dutt would join his party on September 25, the Bollywood actor on Monday clarified he would not be joining any political party.

Why Netflix, Amazon Prime Need To Create 'Desi' Shows In India Aug 25 2019

The Indian entertainment scene is witnessing a seismic change with 30 over-the-top (OTT) platforms vying for space as players look to differentiate themselves, says a new report, adding that players like Netflix and Amazon Prime now need to create more desi content to bring more users to their platforms.