From fanning silly fights to stirring up nationwide debates, famous people spilling the tea on “Koffee With Karan” is something we simply can’t get enough of.
From cabaret stripteases and secret park romances to extreme inequalities, Mitch Epstein’s photos serve as a time capsule of a special time in India’s history.
Watching these villains is a crash course in understanding mind control, manipulation, gaslighting, and narcissism.
Bollywood celebrities and their in-built fan base are cashing in on the trend to create an industry dominated by Gen Z and millennial buyers.
Over two decades ago, 6-year-old Parzaan Dastur left his mark with a single line in the Bollywood movie “Kuch Kuch Hota Hai.” Where is he now?
The actress and Gere were charged under India’s laws against indecent representation of women and obscenity in 2007.
One of India’s most popular child actors disappeared after starring in a hit TV show and a massive Bollywood blockbuster. Where is she now?
“The movie went on to be the biggest hit but I went into complete depression about my body, feeling insecure, hating my belly and my thighs.”
From calling Greta Thunberg “a spoilt brat” and Rihanna a “porn singer,” to urging her country’s leader to go gangster on his haters, Kangana Ranaut is one of India’s most controversial rabble-rousers.
“Shah Rukh Khan’s movie timings coincided with her Sunday church sessions. It was either him or Jesus.”