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Taking Up ‘Nach Baliye’ Was Too Easy For Me, Says Karisma

Ace Bollywood beauty Karisma Kapur, who will be seen as a jury member in Taking Up ‘Nach Baliye’ Was Too Easy For Me, Says Karismathe upcoming season of reality dance show 'Nach Baliye', told that the decision to take up the show was too easy for her.

Lolo, who last made a small screen appearance in the television series ‘Karishma: A Miracle of Destiny’, said, “The gap between films and television has reduced. All my colleagues, including Akshay Kumar are doing television shows. So, when this was offered it did not take much of my time to decide.”

Vidya Balan in search of ''roles of substance''

Pune, Oct 5: Bollywood actor Vidya Balan spoke about her upcoming projects and the current genre of film making at a jewellery show in Pune on Saturday night.

Hellboy II: The Golden Army!

Fun, fright and untamed imagination have been blended masterfully in Hellboy II: The Golden Army!Hellboy II: The Golden Army; sequel of Hellboy released in 2004. This movie has been directed by Guillermo del Toro, the renowned director of the Oscar-winning film Pan's Labyrinth. 

Drona: Hopeless Mixture Of Fantasy And Superhero Concept

Drona with all its action, fantasy, star cast and computer generated graphics Drona: Hopeless Mixture Of Fantasy And Superhero Concept couldn’t create much impression on the audience. The story is very predictable. The screenplay is not convincing. 

Mumbai Mantra To Produce 2 Bhojpuri Films

It seems that the big corporates these days do not hesitate to invest big money Mumbai Mantra To Produce 2 Bhojpuri Filmsfor the production of Bhojpuri films. Mahindra and Mahindra, entertainment arm, Mumbai Mantra, is all set to come up with 10 films over the next one year. These would include five Hindi, one English/Hollywood and four regional titles. The media company under the regional titles is all set to release two Bhojpuri films.

Private News Channels Get Regulatory Body

On Thursday; the News Broadcasting Standards (Disputes Redressal) Authority, was formally launched by private news broadcasters’ association-News Broadcasters Association (NBA), which marked their first step towards self-regulation.

This authority will function as an independent regulator and if in case the content being aired by its member broadcasters is not according to its code of conduct and broadcasting standards, then it will deal with the complaints against the broadcasters. The authority is being chaired by former Chief Justice of India, JS Verma. 

The Authority will consist of former Nasscom president Kiran Karnik, economist Nitin Desai, sociologist Deepankar Gupta and historian Ramachandra Guha as its ‘eminent’ members.