I became a star the day I dropped out of college to pursue my passion: Sushant Singh Rajput
Buoyed up by the success of his last release ‘MS Dhoni: The Untold Story’ (2016), actor Sushant Singh Rajput has now focused all his energy on the promotion of his next big ticket film ‘Raabta’, scheduled to release onJune 9. During an exclusive interview with IBNS-TWF correspondent, Mohnish Singh, in a plush room of T-Series' office in Mumbai, the actor talks about his forthcoming film, his relationship status and how does he react to various media stories which keep floating around all the time
Failures teach you the valuable lessons that success doesn’t:  Shraddha Kapoor
Shraddha Kapoor is looking forward to her next film ‘Half Girlfriend’. As the film races towards its release, IBNS-TWF correspondent Mohnish Singh sits down with the pretty actress for a heart-warming interaction. Here are the excerpts...
Arjun Kapoor began his career as an assistant director on Dharma Productions' 'Kal Ho Naa Ho' (2003), and entered the filmdom as an actor with Yash Raj Films' 'Ishaqzaade' (2012) and went on to prove his acting prowess with a string of commercially successful films like '2 States', 'Gunday' (2014) and 'Ki & Ka' (2016). Ahead of the release of ‘Half Girlfriend’, which is an official adaption of Chetan Bhagat’s hit novel of the same name, he speaks to IBNS-TWF correspondent Mohnish Singh
Kolkata, May 04 (IBNS) Filming of the upcoming Bengali feature film Sin Sister began from April 26 with the movie touted to be a dark psychological thriller, full of mystery around a pair of identical twin sisters.
Raveena Tandon, one of the leading actresses from the 90s, returns to films after a hiatus. The stylish and self-assured actress who was last seen in a cameo in Anurag Kashyap's flick ‘Bombay Velvet’ makes a comeback with a gritty tale of revenge titled ‘Maatr’ In a freewheeling chat with IBNS-TWF correspondent Mohnish Singh, the actress opens up about her character in the film and lots more.
With his very first feature film Lady of the Lake Haoban Paban Kumar has won the Rajat Kamal at the recent National Film Awards. It was cited as the ‘Best Film on Environment Conservation and Preservation.’ Shoma A. Chatterji in conversation with the producer-director from Manipur