The Bombay HC stayed proceedings in the death case of Jiah Khan against actor Sooraj Pancholi till it decides about a petition filed by CBI.
It challenges Maharashtra government's decision to appoint Advocate Dinesh Tiwari as Special Public Prosecutor in a case where CBI is the prosecuting agency.
Tiwari assisted Jiah's mother Rabia in her petition against the CBI probe in the case.
Bhojpuri actress Anjali Shrivastav found dead
29-year-old actress Anjali Shrivastav was found dead in Mumbai's Andheri West. Police suspect a case of suicide as her body was found hanging from ceiling fan. However, no suicide note was found. She appeared in several Bhojpuri movies in which she played pivotal roles.
Katrina Kaif says she will never work with Ranbir Kapoor
Though Ranbir and Katrina have displayed a comfortable camaraderie during the promotions for Jagga Jasoos, it isn't a secret that they share a cold vibe off-screen.
In a recent interview, Katrina said it is very difficult to work with Ranbir again.
She added Ranbir gestured her to not work with him on a film together, so it will never happen again.
2.0: Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar starrer's audio release around Diwali
Looks like the release of '2.0', starring Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar, has been postponed from Diwali 2017 to Republic Day 2018.
The makers announced the audio of the film will be released around Diwali in a grand event in Dubai.
A meet-and-greet '2.0 3D Mela' will be held in Chennai in July.
The film's budget is Rs. 400cr, twice that of Baahubali 2.
Tiger Shroff 'apt' for Rambo remake: Director Siddharth Anand
Siddharth Anand, director of the Indian remake of iconic Sylvester Stallone-starrer 'Rambo', said he approached only Tiger Shroff for the lead role.
He said the talented as well as spirited young actor is also the 'apt choice' to fill in Hollywood actor Stallone's shoes.
He added that when he offered the film to Tiger, "he loved it and came on board."
Tubelight: Will China become its biggest overseas market?
With the success of Dangal in China, it is clear that Chinese audiences have been introduced to Bollywood in a grand manner.
Salman Khan-starrer Tubelight is expected to be the next huge hit in China because of two reasons.
It is set against the backdrop of 1962 Sino-India war, which China won.
Also, it stars Zhu Zhu, a popular Chinese singer and actress.