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  • A Befikre Selfie Starring Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor

    A Befikre Selfie Starring Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor

    Ranveer made his debut in Bollywood with Yash Raj Films' Band Baaja Baaraat in 2010. He has featured in films like Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, Lootera, Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela and Bajirao Mastani

  • Shah Rukh Khan on Raees, Sultan Clash: Logical to Avoid It

    Shah Rukh Khan on Raees, Sultan Clash: Logical to Avoid It

    "Adi (Aditya Chopra) is my family and so is Farhan Akhtar (producer of Shah Rukh's Raees). With all due respect I will speak to Adi and Salman (about avoiding the clash). I have spoken to Farhan already. If we have to change, one of us will move on," Shah Rukh said

  • Shah Rukh Khan Doesn't Want to Direct a Film. It's a 'Lonely Job'

    Shah Rukh Khan Doesn't Want to Direct a Film. It's a 'Lonely Job'

    "Maneesh had this idea seven years ago. But Adi (producer Aditya Chopra) felt that Maneesh is not ready to do a film with me because there is a responsibility to work with a star. Adi knows me well. That I am very sensitive and I cannot just be called to work. I like to be treated well, and be nice to," said Shah Rukh

  • How Ranveer Singh is Preparing For Befikre

    How Ranveer Singh is Preparing For Befikre

    "It is nerve-wrecking as there are thousands of people shouting. I am going to do a special performance on April 8. There is a special interactive graphic technology that we will be using. I would like to keep it as a surprise," said Ranveer Singh

  • Ranveer Singh to Star in Rohit Shetty's Next Film

    Ranveer Singh to Star in Rohit Shetty's Next Film

    Meanwhile, Ranveer is busy shooting for his next film Befikre, which is being directed by Aditya Chopra, who is making a comeback after a hiatus of seven years. Actress Vaani Kapoor, who made her debut in Bollywood with Shuddh Desi Romance, will play the female lead in Befikre

  • Bhumi Pednekar is a 'Hungry Actor.' She Wants to do 'Credible Work'

    Bhumi Pednekar is a 'Hungry Actor.' She Wants to do 'Credible Work'

    "It is because of his (Aditya) vision that Dum Laga Ke Haisha happened. It is an unusual film where characters are so complex and the hero and heroine are unconventional. It takes courage to green light a project like this. I had to thank him (Aditya Chopra), as whatever I am today professionally, it is because of him," said Bhumi

  • Ayushmann Khurrana on The 'Best Part' of Being an Actor

    Ayushmann Khurrana on The 'Best Part' of Being an Actor

    "With Dum Laga Ke Haisha, I have got more respect as an actor. When Aditya Chopra offered me the film, he never expected that I will do it. It happened after Vicky Donor. He thought that I will go the mainstream way doing conventional hero roles," said Ayushmann Khurrana

  • This is Where You Can Find Befikre Ranveer Singh

    This is Where You Can Find Befikre Ranveer Singh

    Ranveer Singh is all excited to start the shooting of Aditya Chopra's Befikre in Paris. The 30-year-old actor shared the location on Twitter along with a picture. The film, which is set to release on December 9, also stars actress Vaani Kapoor. Ranveer made his Bollywood debut in Aditya's production company

  • Sultan Director Welcomes Anushka Sharma on Board

    Sultan Director Welcomes Anushka Sharma on Board

    Salman Khan, the lead actor of Sultan, has gone through intensive training for wrestling and mixed martial arts with international action director Larnell Stovall. Produced by Aditya Chopra under his Yash Raj Films banner, Sultan opens on Eid in 2016

  • Ranveer Singh 'Owes His Career' to Aditya Chopra

    Ranveer Singh 'Owes His Career' to Aditya Chopra

    "When Aditya Chopra launched me, many people told him that he had lost it. What did he see in me? He said that he saw something in me. So, he will launch me as the first boy, as the solo hero lead that Yash Raj Films had never done," said Ranveer Singh

  • How Aamir Khan Celebrated After Rani Mukerji's Daughter Adira Was Born

    How Aamir Khan Celebrated After Rani Mukerji's Daughter Adira Was Born

    Aamir Khan rung in celebrations on the sets of Dangal, as soon as he received the news of the birth of Rani Mukerji and Aditya Chopra's daughter Adira. "Aamir was thrilled on learning about Adira. He immediately got into celebration mode and also treated the crew with sweets," revealed a spokesperson

  • Ranveer is Proud that After Shah Rukh, Aditya Chopra Will Direct Him

    Ranveer is Proud that After Shah Rukh, Aditya Chopra Will Direct Him

    "He is an incredible man; a true lover of cinema. He has an amazing business acumen when it comes to films. He is a director who makes very few films, special films. He is the biggest director of Indian cinema and it's an honour and privilege for me to be cast after Shah Rukh Khan in his films," said Ranveer Singh

  • It's a Girl: Rani Mukerji, Aditya Chopra Name Baby Daughter Adira

    It's a Girl: Rani Mukerji, Aditya Chopra Name Baby Daughter Adira

    Rani Mukerji gave birth to a baby girl on December 9. Rani and her husband, Yash Raj Films' boss Aditya Chopra, have named their daughter Adira. "Today life has given us God's greatest gift with Adira. We thank fans our friends for their unconditional support and blessings. With joy we begin this new chapter in our lives"

  • Salman Khan Has Just '10 Days to Get Back Into Shape' For Sultan

    Salman Khan Has Just '10 Days to Get Back Into Shape' For Sultan

    Salman started intensive training for wrestling and mixed martial arts for Sultan with international action director Larnell Stovall. Produced by Aditya Chopra under his Yash Raj Films banner, the movie is reportedly based on the life of a wrestler and the shooting of the film is scheduled to commence in November

  • This is Parineeti, Arjun and Ayushmann's Take on Success

    This is Parineeti, Arjun and Ayushmann's Take on Success

    "There is no loyalty towards one person yet. They love the films that we do more than they love us. I think it's going to take five, ten, I don't know how many years to watch anything we do. We haven't reached that stage," said Parineeti

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