Tarantino clarifies role in Thurman’s ‘Kill Bill’ car crash

Tarantino clarifies role in Thurman’s ‘Kill Bill’ car crash Los Angeles, Feb 6 : Quentin Tarantino unveiled his role in the crash of Uma Thurman’s car on the sets of “Kill Bill”, calling it “the biggest regret” of his life but denying any involvement in the hiding of the images of the actor. The director, in a detailed interview with Deadline, also discussed Thurman’s allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein, the consequences of the accident, and accusations of cruelty in the recent New York Times story. “… This is…

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I have always been pretty much in my own space: Kareena

I have always been pretty much in my own space: Kareena Mumbai, Feb 5 : She is a star who has gained strength as an actor and Kareena Kapoor says she has always been comfortable in her own area. The actor will soon be seen in “Veere Di Wedding”, which marks his first film after the birth of his son, Taimur. Kareena, who is seen more as a contemporary than a senior by Alia Bhatt and Sonam Kapoor, credits her 18-year career for helping her earn the respect of these…

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You can’t have ego while making films: R Balki

You can’t have ego while making films: R Balki Mumbai, Feb 5 : Director R Balki, who has directed films with such high-profile stars as Amitabh Bachchan, Vidya Balan, Kareena Kapoor Khan and Akshay Kumar, says that cinema should be an ego-free process. In an interview with PTI, Balki talks about the ease of working with stars, as long as communication is clear and the director and actor are open to accepting and rejecting everyone’s suggestion. “In cinema, you can not have an ego, everyone is a worker, suggestions can…

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Never felt like giving up: Bhansali on ‘Padmaavat’

Never felt like giving up: Bhansali on ‘Padmaavat’ Mumbai, Feb 2 : Sanjay Leela Bhansali, who laughs all the way from the bank with the box office success of “Padmaavat”, says there was enough reason for him to give up the film but he never thought of resigning. Bhansali, who described the film as “the most anxious release” of his career, says he faced obstacles from the start and had three other stories that could have been aired but Padmaavat was still special. Referring to “Bharat Ek Khoj” from 1988,…

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Best time to be black in Hollywood: Michael B Jordan

Best time to be black in Hollywood: Michael B Jordan New York, Jan 20 : Actor Michal B Jordan believes it’s a good time to be a person of color in Hollywood. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the actor of “Creed” said that Hollywood was moving with the era of cultural diversity. “It’s the best time to be a person of color in Hollywood who is creative and has original projects, everyone wants it now, that’s how I feel, I think it’s a matter of timing .…

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Producing films was not on my radar: Ayushmann Khurrana

Producing films was not on my radar: Ayushmann Khurrana Mumbai, Jan 19 : He is an actor, singer and has been a VJ in the past, but Ayushmann Khurrana said turning producer was not part of his career plan. Ayushmann wore a producer’s hat for Tahira Kashyap’s first female film, “Toffee,” a short film in the 1990s that deals with child marriage. The actor “Shubh Mangal Savdhaan” said it was the story of “Toffee” that pushed him to support the project. “The film production was not really on my radar,…

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I’m a victim of creative short-sightedness of others: Sanjay

I’m a victim of creative short-sightedness of others: Sanjay Mumbai, Jan 17 : During his career of almost 19 years, Sanjay Suri has not regretted the way his journey took place but the actor is said to be “a victim of the creative myopia of others”. The 46-year-old actor, who has mostly appeared in award-winning independent films, thinks his biggest fight has been his “underutilization”. “My biggest fight would probably be underutilization as an actor. No regrets but I think I have become a victim of creative myopia on the…

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Liam Neeson defends Dustin Hoffman, gets slammed

Liam Neeson defends Dustin Hoffman, gets slammed Los Angeles, Jan 13 : Liam Neeson defended veteran actor Dustin Hoffman, claiming that the campaign against sexual harassment in Hollywood was “a bit of a witch hunt”. Hoffman was charged with sexual misconduct by several women with whom he worked. The actor had offered an apology to the first woman, who interned on the set of her 1985 film “Death of a Salesman”. In a statement, he said that the behavior “did not reflect who I am”. But he did not comment…

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I believe in doing my own thing, says Rajeev Khandelwal

I believe in doing my own thing, says Rajeev Khandelwal Mumbai, Jan 12 : Rajeev Khandelwal opted for cinema when he was at the top of his television career and now, when the actor makes his debut on the digital platform, he is equally confident about his decision. The actor, who has become a star with “Kahiin To Hoga” by Ekta Kapoor, is now making his debut on the web with the project ALTBalaji of the producer “Haq Se” “When I was doing television, people said they did not go…

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I don’t believe in giving up: Vineet Kumar Singh

I don’t believe in giving up: Vineet Kumar Singh Mumbai, Jan 5 : The release of “Mukkabaaz” will mark the end of a difficult journey for lead actor Vineet Kumar Singh, who is also making his debut as a screenwriter for the musical. Having written the script with the desire to play the lead role, the 36-year-old man struggled to find a director for the project for three years, overcame injuries while putting himself in a boxer’s condition and even struggling financial. “Everyone I approach liked the story but was…

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