"I am not gay", says Oscar winner Graham Moore

New Delhi, Feb 24 (ANI): The Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar winner Graham Moore said that he was not gay after it was assumed that the writer was a homosexual because the main character in ' The Imitation Game' was gay. He said in an interview that he was not gay, but he never talked publicly about depression before or any of that and that was so much of what the movie was about. He said at the Oscars he had some connection to the character of Alan Turing because both of them had issues fitting in growing up. He later added that according to him, everyone feels like "weirdos" for different reasons. Feb 24, 2015

Here's what Oscar winners plan to do with their Golden Statues

New Delhi, Feb 24 (ANI): 2015 Academy Award winners namely Julianne Moore, Eddie Redmayne, Patricia Arquette, and J.K. Simmons revealed what they plan to do with their golden statues.Moore, who won the Best Actress Oscar for 'Still Alice', told aleading magazine at the Governors Ball that her Oscar will go in her office.Redmayne, who nabbed the Best Actor in a Leading Role for 'The Theory of Everything' asserted that he has no idea what is he going to do with his golden statue as he was really overwhelmed adding that he might keep it in his apartment somewhere. Arquette, won the Best Supporting Oscar for 'Boyhood' said that the statue for sure was going to bed with her tonight adding that she was not kidding.Simmons, who was named as the Best Actor in a Supporting Role for 'Whiplash', asserted that the statue will probably be on top of the fridge. Feb 24, 2015

B-Town filmmakers pay ode to legendary Guru Dutt

Mumbai, Feb 24 (ANI): Filmmakers Vidhu Vinod Chopra, Anurag Kashyap, Farhan Akhtar and Dibakar Banerjee paid ode to one of India's most profound filmmaker, the legendary Guru Dutt by releasing a book in Mumbai. The book contains complete screenplays of Guru Dutt's ageless classics Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam, Chaudhvin Ka Chand and Kaagaz Ke Phool. The book has been authored by Dinesh Raheja and Jitendra Kothari. Feb 24, 2015

Leonard Nimoy hospitalized with severe chest pains

New Delhi, Feb 24 (ANI): American actor Leonard Nimoy has been hospitalized after he suffered severe chest pains, it has been revealed. According to a leading online portal, the 'Star Trek' star was transported to UCLA Medical Center last week. Sources said that paramedics weren't taking chances with the 83-year-old actor and, therefore, they got him in front of a doctor at the earliest. Nimoy has been in and out of hospitals multiple times in the last few months and he blames his illness on decades of smoking. Feb 24, 2015