Deepika Padukone is an Indian film actress and producer. The highest-paid actress in India, her accolades include three Filmfare Awards.
Bollywood's ultimate star couple, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are often seen PDAing on the internet and also never shy away from pulling each other's legs.
Actor Rajkummar Rao says that after his parents ' death, he immersed himself in work because it was the only way he could deal with the loss.
Embodying beauty, determination and strength, the October issue of Femina magazine brought together the 'power of three' -- actor Deepika Padukone, world champ PV Sindhu and boss lady Kiran Mazumdar Shaw for their anniversary special cover!
Actor Saqib Saleem is emotional after wrapping up Kabir Khan's ambitious film "83", saying that the whole team experienced the high and lows of the story together.
Ranveer Singh is literally painting the town red these days. The actor has bought a sparkling red Lamborghini Urus that has cost him Rs 3 crore, and he can be seen zipping all around town on the streets of Mumbai lately.
He rose to fame with his stint in the TV show "Balika Vadhu" and has grabbed eyeballs with his roles in films such as "Dil Dhadakne Do" and "Lipstick Under My Burkha", and the web series "Mirzapur". Actor Vikrant Massey makes no bones about nepotism playing spoilsport but dismisses such traits as "minor road bumps".
Actress-model Ruby Rose revealed that she underwent emergency surgery several months ago after she herniated two discs doing stunts for "Batwoman."
Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt and Karan Johar are among guests at the fourth edition of the much-anticipated event Movie Mela, at Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star this year.
The Bollywood actress has come of age, and that has been happening for a while now. The heroine-oriented film is a reality, so is a consistently good show of the genre at the box-office. Bollywood is now all set to enter the next level with the heroine-oriented film. Far from remaining a mere eye candy, the likes of Kangana Ranaut in "Dhaakad" and Parineeti Chopra in "The Girl On The Train" remake are moving into areas where the Bollywood heroine never did.
Director Nitesh Tiwari, who is in the process of creating a three-part marathon feature film series on the "Ramayan" after "Chhichhore", is very clear that in his treatment of the sacrosanct epic, there will be no distortions, no embellishments and no innovation. Tiwari says it would be "foolish to make changes" for the sake of creative liberties or revisionist flourishes.