CINTAA To Set Up Committees To Tackle Sexual Harassment In The Industry

New Delhi: In the wake of MeToo crisis faced by different sectors including media and entertainment sectors, Cine and TV Artists Association (CINTAA) said it will be setting up committees to tackle sexual harassment in the industry, which will have actors Swara Bhasker and Raveena Tandon, among others as members.

Sushant Singh, general secretary, CINTAA said the organisation is collaborating with several people to eliminate the issue.


Actor Kangana Ranaut Wraps Up Shooting Of Her Upcoming Film Manikarnika

New Delhi: The cast and crew of the film came together to celebrate the occasion with a fun filled wrap-up party as actor Kangana Ranaut has finally wrapped up the shooting of her upcoming film Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. If the pictures are anything to go by, they had a blast.

The teaser of Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi was received well by the audience for its action scenes and Kangana’s larger than life screen presence. The film also marks the debut of popular television actor Ankita Lokhande as Jhalkaribai.


Thugs Of Hindostan Gets Momentum With Fans As Actors Looks Has Come Up For Praise

New Delhi: Ever since the first posters of Thugs of Hindostan (and its first trailer) have been out, the film has been gaining momentum with fans. All the five characters (Aamir Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Katrina Kaif, Fatima Sana Shaikh and English actor Lloyd Owen) and their looks has come up for praise.

Now, it has come to light, that Aamir and Amitabh will be seen in a song called Vashmalle (loosely translating to dance your heart out and make merry, according to a report in Bollywood Hungama), which is expected to be a song which would be high of energy and fun quotient.


Filmmakers From Bollywood Decides Not To Work With Proven Sexual Offenders

New Delhi: Filmmakers Zoya Akhtar, Gauri Shinde, Kiran Rao and more have formed a collective and asked the film industry to show support towards victims of sexual harassment. They have shared a note on social media signed by 11 prominent female figures of the industry and said that they will no longer work with ‘proven sexual offenders’.

The note, signed by Alankrita Shrivastava, Gauri Shinde, Kiran Rao, Konkona Sen Sharma, Meghna Gulzar, Nandita Das, Nitya Mehra, Reema Kagti, Ruchi Narain, Shonali Bose and Zoya Akhtar, reads: “As women and filmmakers, we come together to support the #MeToolndia movement. We are in complete solidarity with the women who have come forward with honest accounts of harassment and assault. Our respect and admiration to them as their courage has started a revolution of welcome change.


TV Actor Shilpa Shinde Says, Everything Is A Give And Take Policy In Entertainment Industry

New Delhi: Amid a surge of sexual harassment allegations against prominent Bollywood personalities that is being described as India’s #MeToo movement, television actor Shilpa Shinde has said that there is no such thing as rape in the entertainment industry, and everything is ‘a total give and take policy’.

Speaking to Times Now, the former Bigg Boss winner said, “It’s rubbish. You have to take a call that time only, it’s simple. You should speak about that matter that time only. Even I got a lesson. Jab hota hai, tabhi bolo - baad mei bolne ka koi faayeda nahi (there’s no point complaining later), it’s useless. Baad mei aap voice raise karte ho, usko koi nahi sunega (if you raise your voice later, no one will listen to you), just controversy hogi - nothing else. You have to take a call that time only when it happens and obviously, you need power.”