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Nov 11, 2014
I too want to be a zombie: Priyanka Chopra
She is someone who enjoys the star status in Bollywood but the
critically-acclaimed actress Priyanka Chopra wishes to become a zombie for
their inability to feel. The actress took to
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Nov 11, 2014
Don't prefer to talk about my personal life:
Ileana D'Cruz
Actress Ileana D'Cruz, who is reportedly dating Australian Andrew Kneebone, says
she prefers to talk about her personal life only with her family. "I have never
said anything about my personal lif
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Nov 11, 2014
Actors not exempt from human feelings: Nargis
Fakhri
Commenting on the constant nudges on relationship status by the media, actress
Nargis Fakhri says actors are also entitled to some privacy. "Being spoken about
on a public platform doe
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Nov 11, 2014
I don't like negativity and politics: Ranveer
Singh
Ranveer Singh has played a conman and a thief on the big screen, but the
Bollywood's sought-after actor describes himself as a simple person, who
doesn't cheat or lie. Asked how innoc
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Nov 11, 2014
Raj Kapoor's films can't be remade: Randhir Kapoor
Veteran actor Randhir Kapoor, who has played a grandpa in the recent released
film "Super Naani", says he is against the concept of making remakes of his
late father Raj Kapoor's "classic" films.
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Nov 11, 2014
I don't want film on me: Sania Mirza
At a time when Bollywood is making biopics on sports personalities, tennis star
Sania Mirza says she doesn't want her life to be seen on the big screen as she
is a private person in real life.
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Nov 11, 2014
Real meaning of classics lost in age of selfies:
Amol Palekar
In the age of trends like selfies and social networking that are a rage among
the youth, words like "genius" and "classics" are being used so rampantly and
easily that the real meaning of classic
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Nov 11, 2014
Saif is incredibly hard on himself: Ileana D'Cruz
Actress Ileana D'Cruz, who is working with Saif Ali Khan for the first time in
"Happy Ending", says the actor is incredibly hard on himself. The 27-year-old
actress has so far worked w
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Nov 11, 2014
My 'Kill Dil' character not metrosexual: Ranveer
Singh
Ranveer Singh, who usually sports a grungy look with a stubble, has donned a
clean-shaven and neat look in his forthcoming movie "Kill Dil". But he says his
character is not metrosexual in nature
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Nov 11, 2014
Randeep Hooda: No film complete without critical
reviews
Actor Randeep Hooda's long delayed "Rang Rasiya" has finally hit the screens
and the actor is relieved. But he adds that a film is incomplete unless it
doesn't get larger critical reviews.
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