New Delhi, Feb 19 (IANS) Actress Anya Singh, who is currently featuring in a web-series "Never Kiss Your Best Friend", hopes whoever she is with becomes her best friend or is her best friend and described it as a comfortable space to be in.

Lusting after Oscars won't help, US distributor might: Guneet Monga

Lusting after Oscars won't help, US distributor might: Guneet Monga

Mumbai, Feb 18 (IANS) Oscar-winning film producer Guneet Monga says that one should understand the process and be well versed with the business if they expect to be close to the final round of the much-celebrated film awards ceremony.

Bieber explains why he's in no rush to have kids

Bieber explains why he's in no rush to have kids

Los Angeles, Feb 18 (IANS) Pop star Justin Bieber and his model wife Hailey Baldwin are taking it slow to start a family.

Dwayne Johnson: Life is always so crazy

Dwayne Johnson: Life is always so crazy

Los Cabos (Mexico), Feb 18 (IANS) Hollywood star Dwayne Johnson says life is always so crazy and busy, and asserts that he ensures maintaining a balance between personal and professional life.

'Kabir Singh' actor Anurag Arora: People took the film too seriously

'Kabir Singh' actor Anurag Arora: People took the film too seriously

New Delhi, Feb 17 (IANS) When "Kabir Singh" hit the screens last year, it started a whole new debate as many thought that its lead actor Shahid Kapoor played a misogynistic hero. His co-star Anurag Arora says it's not necessary that a film should always be a message-oriented one.

Anoushka Shankar: There is great strength in vulnerability

Anoushka Shankar: There is great strength in vulnerability

New Delhi, Feb 13 (IANS) Grammy-nominated sitarist, composer and producer Anoushka Shankar finds strength in vulnerability, and says she is increasingly finding it easier to trust that she can be vulnerable in her music.

Adnan Sami on Padma Shri flak: Okay if they didn't like it

Adnan Sami on Padma Shri flak: Okay if they didn't like it

Mumbai, Feb 12 (IANS) Singer-composer Adnan Sami says he feels even more responsible towards his craft after receiving the Padma Shri.

Mohit Suri: I've always tried to break stereotypical image of actors

Mohit Suri: I've always tried to break stereotypical image of actors

New Delhi, Feb 11 (IANS) Mohit Suri was the filmmaker who showed the world that Kunal Kemmu was ready to take his next step as a lead actor in the 2005 release "Kalyug", after impressing as a child artiste in the nineties. In his new film "Malang", Suri has re-packaged Kunal once again, as a twisted antihero brimming with a violent and psychotic edge.