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Manisha Koirala
Manisha Koirala

I`m more liberated as an actor in my late 40s: Manisha Koirala

Her 40s have been eventful and enlightening. Actress Manisha Koirala, a cancer survivor, says contrary to common perception that middle-aged female actors get less work in Bollywood, she feels liberated more than ever.

"I think I am more liberated as an artiste in my late 40s....
Kriti Sanon

Excited to share work space with Sanjay Dutt: Kriti Sanon

After working in films like "Heropanti", "Dilwale", "Raabta" and "Bareilly Ki Barfi", actress Kriti Sanon says she is ecstatic to share work space with actor Sanjay Dutt in the upcoming historical period drama "Panipat".

Ayushmann Khurrana

Loving my space in Bollywood: Ayushmann Khurrana

He rose to fame with "Vicky Donor" and then starred in endearing films like "Dum Laga Ke Haisha" and "Shubh Mangal Saavdhan", which entertained with a message. Actor Ayushmann Khurrana, who has carved a niche for himself in just six years in Hindi filmdom, says he is...
Vicky Kaushal

Focus shifting from actor`s responsibility to great team work: Vicky Kaushal

Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal, who will be seen in "Sanju", says he does not take much pressure before the release of his films because he believes that each project has its own destiny and that a lot depends on team work.

The cast of "Sanju", a biopic on the...
Swara Bhaskar

I never feared taking risks: Swara Bhaskar

From playing the heroine's best friend in "Tanu Weds Manu" to a middle-aged mother of a 15-year-old in "Nil Battey Sannata", a prostitute in "Anaarkali of Aarah" to one of the leading ladies in a multi-starrer all-women buddy film "Veere Di Wedding" --...
Taapsee Pannu

Everything not yet fair, square for outsiders in Bollywood: Taapsee Pannu

With no godfather in the industry, she created her own mark in Bollywood with films like "Pink" and "Naam Shabana". Actress Taapsee Pannu believes that though things are better for "outsiders" in the Hindi film industry, there is still a fair way to go before...