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PIX: Behind-the-scenes with Alia, Sonam, Sonakshi
New York-based photographer Mark Bennington recently released his collection of beautiful photographs depicting the typical Bollywood life in a coffee table book called Living the Dream: The Life of the 'Bollywood' Actor.
Make way for Indi toons
Cartoon characters created and developed in local animation studios are enchanting Indian kids like never before, says Vanita Kohli-Khandekar.
If not TV, what is young India watching?
According to industry experts, television has lost the young urban viewer for English or Hindi shows. Urvi Malvania finds out what is making more and more of them turn to digital platforms like Voot and Hotstar.
'I don't know where my career is headed'
'After those initial pictures (of a look test), they (the Phillauri team) felt I was too fair, so they wanted to tone down my colour. I was thinking that my mother feels her son should look fairer and here, they were giving me a dusky look.' A candid chat with Diljit Dosanjh.
PIX: Mohan Babu's birthday celebrations
Actor-director-producer Mohan Babu turned 67 on March 19, and a big birthday celebration was organised for him at the Sree Vidyanikethan school in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh.
'I'm not mentally prepared to marry. I still feel like a kid'
'It's very tough for someone, who doesn't have a filmi background, to get work in Bollywood. It's not a smooth ride unless you are really lucky. But I think one has to be prepared for that. I must have given 30 auditions for films alone.' Rajkummar Rao survived the struggle to give us some brilliant films.
The best Indian film you will see this year
'In Angamaly Diaries, dreams, kinks, small corruptions, cheap lives, and hopes are all given their due and that attitude frees us up to believe that perhaps there is more good than bad in the sum total of us.'
'You will be seeing me kicking a lot of butts'
'It's been two and a half years since I debuted and I am happy with my journey at the moment. If you are passionate about something, with hard work and opportunity, you will continue as long as you are enjoying what you do.' Kiara Advani is very excited about her next Machine.