Hospital romance "Kuch Toh Log Kahenge" has completed 250 episodes on small screen and actress Kritika Kamra, who plays Dr.Nidhi, says so far the journey has been wonderful.
"It was obviously a lovely journey. It does not even feel like we have completed 250 episodes," Kritika said here while celebrating on the sets.
"It feels like just a few days back we had celebrated 100 episodes and now it's 250. That's how it should be, it means people are enjoying it," she added.
Actor Vivek Oberoi, who was recently seen in Sanjay Khaduri's "Kismat Love Paisa Dilli" (KLPD), says that films can act as a medium to bring positivity in life.
"I am a positive person. I like to focus on the positive side of humanity. I believe that films can be bridges and don't have to be mirrors. I like them (films) to say something and leave people with a light of hope somewhere," Vivek told IANS.
In KLPD, released Oct 5, Vivek played a Delhi guy and was paired opposite Mallika Sherawat.
Actress Raveena Tandon has been honoured at the Indian Film Festival of Houston for her performance in "Shobhna's Seven Nights".
"Today was the awards, and yep, it was nice to be honoured by the Indian Film Festival of Houston for my performance in 'Shobhna's Seven Nights'," Raveena tweeted.
"First recognition for performance in 'Shobhna's Seven Nights'... Will always treasure...Thank you Houston, the jury. My first award while knowing all of you on Twitter, thank you all for your love and 'duas' and blessings. I dedicate it to Twitter family," she added.
Vidya Balan's dare bare show in "The Dirty Picture" has bagged her a nomination in the best actress category at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards (APSAs), for which Pakistani actress Humaima Mallick is also in competition for her role in "Bol".
Vidya played southern sex siren Silk Smitha in the Ekta Kapoor produced movie, which won her accolades. Humaima essayed the part of a strong woman who combats patriarchal society in "Bol".
Film: 'Aiyyaa'; Starring Rani Mukerji, Prithviraj; Director; Sachin Kundalkar; Rating: ***
Somewhere towards the 'grind' finale, when you are grinding your teeth in exasperation at the banality of the burlesque, a hideous character named Gagabai is seen slithering dancing and cavorting all over a set that looks like a psychedelic nightmare-scape from Anurag Kashyap's "Dev D". This Lady Gaga in "Aiyyaa" sings, "Do do do me" to a leery lad who has seen better 'daze'. Demurring to Gaga's do-able proposition lanky lad replies,"I do with my hand".