Exclusive: Emraan is the Matthew McConaughey of India, feels Danis Tanovic

Exclusive: Emraan is the Matthew McConaughey of India, feels Danis Tanovic

This interview with Oscar winning filmmaker Danis Tanovic opens with a dry, witty remark, “Have you heard of crazy nights in Patiala?” Answers it himself, saying, “No you have not. Because there are none.”
Tanovic then speaks to Pinkvilla about 14 hour shoots, notes for the next day’s preparation, and the hard work that is inherent to any filmmaking. The man whose heartfelt film “No Man’s Land” defeated “Lagaan” at the Oscars has quietly made a moving tale of a Pakistani whistle-blower, arguing against medical malpractice through infant formula of international pharma giants.

Exclusive: I like Alia, she reminds me of Pooja Bhatt: Bipasha Basu

Exclusive: I like Alia, she reminds me of Pooja Bhatt: Bipasha Basu

Alia Bhatt is the new favourite young star of B’Town. A lot of celebrities have often said that they admire her work and now even Bipasha Basu has joined the list. The actress said that she likes Alia Bhatt a lot adding that she reminds her of Pooja Bhatt.
In an exclusive interview with Pinkvilla, Bipasha said, “ I like Alia Bhatt a lot. Because when I was a kid I liked Pooja Bhatt a lot as an actress. And Alia reminds me of her. That’s why I like her a lot.”

Exclusive: Loss of anonymity is a price you pay: Aditya Roy Kapur on stardom

Exclusive: Loss of anonymity is a price you pay: Aditya Roy Kapur on stardom

Aditya Roy Kapur is the unusual hearth throb and 70 MM hero, one who didn't have to fight hard for success before the camera. His recent successes in films have raised curiosity around him and his forthcoming Yashraj movie, ‘Daawat-E-Ishq’. His off limits relationship with Shraddha Kapoor keeps the paparazzi on its toes. Here, the actor speaks about his penchant for love stories and rues over his loss of anonymity.
What made you sign ‘Daawat-E-Ishq’? It doesn’t look like an urban film.

Audience has never rejected something good: Naseeruddin Shah

Audience has never rejected something good: Naseeruddin Shah

I have had the good fortune of meeting Naseeruddin Shah for interviews throughout my career, and have always looked forward to speaking to him. And I have always been nervous, at times fumbling and eating up words (English not being my mother tongue, of course). His acting apart, which doesn’t need any validation from me, I find his persona both welcoming and intimidating, simply because he exudes an aura of so much talent and experience!

Today I see Karan Johar hit puberty at 42: Pooja Bhatt

Today I see Karan Johar hit puberty at 42: Pooja Bhatt

Pooja, how come we don’t see you on screen any more?

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