"All the earlier stars before me, apart from Sanju (Sanjay Dutt) and Kumar Gaurav had come from very poor backgrounds. They had struggled. Some, even though they came from rich families, didn't take help from home when they came to Bombay. So they struggled, slept on the footpaths, ate channa and all that stuff. These stories kept circling in my head," said Salman. … [Read more...] about When Salman Khan Spoke About Being Thrown Out Of People’s Offices: One Day I’ll Show Them
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He further added, "It is only when you are comfortable in your own space. I always say he's the most misunderstood human being in this industry, I am not saying this now, I have been saying this for the last 10 years when he was being hit at peak that yeh aisa hai ya vaisa hai but insaan bahot acha hai." … [Read more...] about Suniel Shetty: Salman Khan Is The Most Misunderstood Human Being In This Industry
Six Challengers To Enter Bigg Boss 14 House In the latest promo, Colors TV revealed that five challengers will be entering the Bigg Boss 14 house, which will change the game. The six challengers are - Vikas Gupta, Rakhi Sawant, Manu Punjabi, Rahul Mahajan, Kashmera Shah and Arshi Khan. Arshi and Vikas were seen together in Bigg Boss 11. The duo shares on-off friendship. Even Rakhi and Arshi share a love-hate relationship. It will be interesting to watch all of them together on the show. … [Read more...] about Bigg Boss 14: Rakhi Sawant, Arshi Khan & Others To Enter As Challengers; Mid-Week Eviction To Take Place?
Bobby Deol Reveals What Advice Salman Khan Gave Him During That Phase The actor said, "Then, I started meeting producers but they couldn't see the hunger in me. It was then that Salman (Khan) who I lovingly call mamu had given a piece of advice. He said, I climbed on your brother (Sunny) and Sanjay Dutt's shoulders during my bad phase. You also need to do films with another actor. So, I took it seriously and told me let me climb on yours, then." … [Read more...] about Bobby Deol Says He Became Alcoholic During His Darkest Phase; ‘My Family Looked At Me With Sadness’
"We are absolutely delighted to be opening Breakthrough applications in India for the first time," says Amanda Berry OBE, Chief Executive of BAFTA. "I am also incredibly grateful for the invaluable support of our brilliant Ambassador A. R. Rahman, an industry leader in his creative work and someone who shares our passion for identifying and nurturing new talent. He is well positioned to support the initiative, with his broad spectrum of work drawing recognition across Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu films, which will help BAFTA to appeal to a wide section of the industry." … [Read more...] about BAFTA Breakthrough Opens Applications In India For The First Time With Ambassador AR Rahman