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  • Friend, Not Sidekick

    Anant Vidhaat, who plays none other than Salman Khan’s best friend in Sultan, on being the superstar’s shadow in the film and his fanboy moments in the initial days of shoot Background I was born and
  • Waiting Game

    Writer Vipul K Rawal, who finally struck gold with Rustom, got in several personal experiences of being a former Naval officer while scripting the Akshay Kumar starrer Background I was born in Surendr
  • ‘A’ For Adult

    Madhur Sharma was chosen to co-write Great Grand Masti when one of the scenes written by him was instantly liked by director Indra Kumar Background I grew up in Gujarat and was inclined towards acting
  • Changing Track

    Aakash Kaushik chose to stick to the funny elements rather than just the sexual innuendos while writing Great Grand Masti Background I hail form Delhi and was active on the theatre scene from a very y
  • Against The Tide

    Prabhjyot Singh, better known as Balli of Udta Punjab, had to face parental disapproval before he was finally allowed to make his acting debut Background I am from Mumbai and always wanted to become a
  • Saying ‘Ja Bro!

    To play Shahid Kapoor’s cousin in Udta Punjab, Suhail Nayyar made sure he brought in several of his personal experiences.
  • Patience Pays

    Manav Vij, who played the bad cop in Udta Punjab, the long wait for a great role is always worth it Background I am actually a doctor based in Mumbai. Acting happened to me by chance and then I took…
  • Spotting Hidden Talent

    Casting director Honey Trehan, who is basking in the success of Udta Punjab, reveals that he looks for interesting people rather than just suitable actors every time he starts working on a new film.
  • Green Signal

    Always been a recognisable face in households, television actors are making their shift in film industry. We spoke to one such actorVishal Singh who will be making his debut with Traffic.
  • Tons of Luck

    Always been a recognisable face in households, television actors are making their shift in film industry. We spoke to one such actor Gautam Gulati who will be making his debut with Azhar.
  • Mixing It Up

    Sharad Kelkar has always been a recognisable face in the television industry and now he is also an integral part of regional as well as Hindi films such as Lai Bhaari, Ram Leela, Rocky Handsome and He
  • Writing Bug

    The Indian audience has become very choosy about the films they want to watch, provoking a shift from star-driven cinema to content-driven films.

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