Celebrity News - 21/5/2014

CANNES Ryan Gosling is the latest Hollywood star to unveil his work at the Cannes Film Festival. And while the actor stepped behind the camera to direct “Lost River” - he was the center of attention at the movie’s premiere. Joining him on the red carpet was his leading lady Christina Hendricks of “Mad Men” fame. Elsewhere at the fest, Salma Hayek has been making the rounds in promotion of “The Prophet”. The movie is a labor of love for Salma – who produced the animated feature. Cannes is not only about plugging projects, it’s also known for its fabulous parties. And the De Grisogono bash drew in everyone from socialites Paris Hilton, Cara Delevingne and Tamara Ecclestone to Sharon Stone and Rosario Dawson. May 22, 2014

Amitabh praises Dhanush and Akshara

The legendary Amitabh Bachchan is all praise for Dhanush and Kamal Haasan’s daughter Akshara Haasan. The three are acting in director Balki’s yet untitled film. This is the third film for Mr Bachchan with dir. Balki after ‘Cheeni Kum’ and ‘Paa’. After their first schedule in Goa, the crew is now filming in Nilgiris. May 22, 2014

In a Teteetete with Fashion Ambassador Shonali Sehgal

Actress Shonali Sehgal, the face off the Bengal Fashion Week, literally sets the ramp on fire in a fitted, long-slit dress. The dress does justice to her curves and we sure know lots of hard work has gone into getting that toned body. Shonali likes a combination of comfort and style when it comes to [...] May 22, 2014

Technology Inspired Fashion

Technology inspires fashion at WIFW AW 2014. Fashion designer Rina Dhaka crafts an edgy western collection that speaks of a heavy influence from mobile phones. Subtle yellow, China blue and dull brown which are the colours of the device’s panel, form the colour palette, and texturing on wool and satin give structure to the ensembles. [...] May 22, 2014

Sonam Kapoor wants films on gay love stories

New Delhi, May 22 (ANI): Fashionista of tinsel villa, Sonam Kapoor feels that Bollywood should make films on gay love stories. In an interview she lamented India's laws on homosexuality. "Well you know, unfortunately, in our country recently right now there is a law which does not, which basically had said that homosexuality is not legal which is very sad," she said. "I think movies can influence the way people think sometimes and if we do start making love stories or we start making movies about people who are amazing human beings, people who have done something in life, people who are inspirational who aren't necessarily only straight, I think people will start appreciating them more," she added. May 22, 2014

Ranbir Kapoor gets muscular for Bombay Velvet

New Delhi, May 22 (ANI): Ranbir Kapoor has worked out hard to sport a muscular body in Anurag Kashyap's 'Bombay Velvet'. If a source is to be believed, a trainer from Kenya had come down to train the talented actor. "Ranbir got a trainer from Kenya to train with him for almost four months. He will be sporting a lean, muscular built in 'Bombay Velvet'. In the film, he plays a character who is into street fighting," said a source close to the film`s production team. Well if that's the case then we look forward to see an all new muscular Ranbir! May 22, 2014

Cannes Red Carpet: Sharon Stone, Wim Wenders

Sharon Stone, Wim Wenders, Jean-Pierre Leaud and Elsa Zylberstein join Michel Hazanavicius and the cast of 'The Search' on the Red Carpet in Cannes. Duration: 01:32 May 22, 2014

Cannes Red Carpet: 'The Search'

"The Artist" director Michel Hazanavicius follows up his Oscar winner with 'The Search', a Chechen war drama, also starring his wife Berenice Bejo, but Cannes critics say they are disappointed. Duration: 00:34 May 22, 2014

Cannes Interview: 'Goodbye to language'

Veteran Swiss director Jean-Luc Godard's 'Adieu au Langage' ('Goodbye to Language') is in competition at the Cannes Film Festival, although Godard himself did not make the journey. Duration: 00:40 May 22, 2014

Cannes Red Carpet: 'Goodbye to language'

Veteran Swiss director Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘Adieu au Langage’ (‘Goodbye to Language’) is presented at the Cannes Film Festival, although Godard himself did not make the journey. Duration: 00:26 May 22, 2014