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'There's nothing that scares me as an actor'

India, Feb. 18 -- People still know me as Sanya Malhotra, the Dangal (2016) girl. And I'm proud to be known like that," says Sanya Malhotra. As she wrapped up the shoot of her seventh film a while ago... Read More


'There's nothing that scares me as an actor'

India, Feb. 18 -- People still know me as Sanya Malhotra, the Dangal (2016) girl. And I'm proud to be known like that," says Sanya Malhotra. As she wrapped up the shoot of her seventh film a while ago... Read More


'There's nothing that scares me as an actor'

India, Feb. 18 -- People still know me as Sanya Malhotra, the Dangal (2016) girl. And I'm proud to be known like that," says Sanya Malhotra. As she wrapped up the shoot of her seventh film a while ago... Read More


'There's nothing that scares me as an actor'

India, Feb. 18 -- People still know me as Sanya Malhotra, the Dangal (2016) girl. And I'm proud to be known like that," says Sanya Malhotra. As she wrapped up the shoot of her seventh film a while ago... Read More


Even superstars believe that content is the king: Farhad

India, Feb. 18 -- No one can take away from the fact that stars in our country enjoy a massive fan following and they render a lot of value to a film," says Farhad Samji, who's gearing up for two of t... Read More


'I want to do projects where work doesn't seem like pressure'

India, Feb. 18 -- Shivin Narang, who's currently part of the ongoing television series, Beyhadh 2, says he's "happy" that his body of work includes a variety of projects across multiple mediums and he... Read More


I've no time to think of success or failure, says Vijay

MUMBAI, Feb. 17 -- Vijay Varma is living his dream. The actor, who is dabbling in films and web series, has seven projects in the pipeline. With one month down in 2020, he looks forward to an eventful... Read More


'I've become selective with my choices'

MUMBAI, Feb. 17 -- Pallavi Joshi, who was seen in The Tashkent Files last year, says that the reason behind female actors in films having a limited shelf life as compared to their male counterparts ca... Read More


'I'm now selective with my choices'

India, Feb. 17 -- Pallavi Joshi, who was seen in The Tashkent Files last year, says that the reason behind female actors in films having a limited shelf life as compared to their male counterparts can... Read More


'The actor in me sometimes thinks too much about a scene'

India, Feb. 16 -- Abhishek Banerjee, who established himself as a renowned casting director in the Hindi film industry, became a critically acclaimed actor with his performance in films such as Stree ... Read More