New Delhi, Sep 8 (IANS) Singer Dhvani Bhanushali missed performing live during lockdown, and is eagerly waiting to get back on stage.

Abhishek Bachchan: I try not to take work home

Abhishek Bachchan: I try not to take work home

New Delhi, Sep 7 (IANS) Actor Abhishek Bachchan says he does not like to take work home.

Radhika Apte: We have supported nepotism as a society

Radhika Apte: We have supported nepotism as a society

New Delhi, Sep 7 (IANS) Actress Radhika Apte feels the nepotism conversation is complicated, and not just related to the film industry.

Pankaj Tripathi: Need to create gender neutral environment at home

Pankaj Tripathi: Need to create gender neutral environment at home

Mumbai, Sep 6 (IANS) Acclaimed actor Pankaj Tripathi says, be it son or daughter, parents should allow their children to be independent.

Most Hollywood projects lack diversity: 'The O.C.' star Tate Donovan

Most Hollywood projects lack diversity: 'The O.C.' star Tate Donovan

New Delhi, Sep 5 (IANS) Actor Tate Donovan, who is best known for his role of Jimmy Cooper in the drama series, The O.C., says most Hollywood projects lack diversity.

Akshay Oberoi on his new 'menacing, terrifying antagonist' avatar

Akshay Oberoi on his new 'menacing, terrifying antagonist' avatar

New Delhi, Sep 4 (IANS) Actor Akshay Oberoi is happy that he got to play an antagonist who is different from most baddies shown on screen in the past.

AR Rahman my big support in life, says 14-yr-old pianist Lydian Nadhaswaram

AR Rahman my big support in life, says 14-yr-old pianist Lydian Nadhaswaram

New Delhi, Sep 4 (IANS) Lydian Nadhaswaram may be only 14 but his skills as a pianist reveal maturity beyond his age. The teenager has been mentored by music maestro AR Rahman, and the Oscar-winning composer is now presenting Atkan Chatkan, a Hindi film that marks the acting debut of Lydian in the central role.

Piyush Mishra: There's a lot of 'dadagiri' in Bollywood

Piyush Mishra: There's a lot of 'dadagiri' in Bollywood

New Delhi, Sep 4 (IANS) I am a bigger star than you. You didn't stand up when I walked in. You didn't seek my blessings. These are some of the emotions that rule Bollywood, says actor Piyush Mishra, who feels the industry is more about bullying than nepotism.