Bajirao Mastani is my biggest film in terms of scale: Bhansali

Bajirao Mastani is my biggest film in terms of scale: Bhansali

Sanjay Leela Bhansali who has been honoured with the Padma Shri this Republic Day talks about the joys of honours and recognition.
What does the Padma Shri mean to you?
It feels wonderful. It means your work has been recognized by the Government. It just spurs me to work harder. I’ve been working for 24 years making films. I started by directing songs. So what a journey it has been for me!
Your Devdas and Black have won the highest number of awards. What does this kind of recognition mean to you?

School kids as well as grown ups are accessing Sunny Leone's site: Censor Board chairman Pahlaj Nihalani

School kids as well as grown ups are accessing Sunny Leone's site: Censor Board chairman Pahlaj Nihalani

Newly appointed Censor Board of Film Certificate (CBFC) chairman Pahlaj Nihalani seems to be on a roll. In an interview with 'The Hindu', he explains what changes he is going to bring about, in terms of Bollywood films and their censorship.
Here are some excerpts:
On being 'conservative'

Exclusive: I could have stayed in my comfort zone, making crores with TV serials: Gurmeet Choudhary

Exclusive: I could have stayed in my comfort zone, making crores with TV serials: Gurmeet Choudhary

Gurmeet Choudhary, one of Indian TV’s most popular actors, will soon be making his debut on the silver screen with ‘Khamoshiyaan’. The film, an erotic, triangular love story with supernatural elements, is his launch on to the big screen under the Vishesh Films banner. He has signed a 3-film deal with the production company.
When asked about his decision to move to films as a risk, after being an established, well-paid TV face, Gurmeet gave us a surprisingly honest insight into his journey in acting.

HNY has done well, but I don't deserve to be nominated as an actor for it: Shah Rukh Khan

HNY has done well, but I don't deserve to be nominated as an actor for it: Shah Rukh Khan

The 'awards' are one factor that separates Shah Rukh Khan from the other two superstar Khans of Bollywood. SRK, who has won several awards over the years always creates a bang when he hosts the ceremonies or performs at them. However, his other two contemporaries decide to stay away from such events, not having much belief in the award system. When asked about SRK's thoughts on this, he explained as follows to DNA:

Exclusive: When ‘Hawaizaada’ went over budget, I operated without a vanity van: Ayushmann Khurana

Exclusive: When ‘Hawaizaada’ went over budget, I operated without a vanity van: Ayushmann Khurana

Ayushmann Khurana’s forthcoming ‘Hawaizaada’ has taken a lot of time, effort & patience during its making. The actor has stood by his director, Vibhu Puri, through the ups and downs. Here he speaks to Pinkvilla on his approach towards films, roles & why he believes not using a vanity van is not a big deal if an actor truly cares for a film.
This film deals with a subject- that of the dream of flying- and with a person about whom little or nothing is known. And it’s ambitious. How did you sign up for this part?

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