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Dhinchak Pooja Stuns All With Another Song Bappu Dede Thoda Cash

The cringe pop sensation Dhinchak Pooja first song ‘Selfie Maine Leli Aaj’ went viral over social media making her a star overnight.

Dhinchak Pooja’s Videos Deleted From YouTube, Twitterati Reacts!

Tuesday evening came as a shock for the internet 'singing sensation' Dhinchak Pooja. The ‘self-proclaimed’ singer’s videos have been deleted from YouTube

Shirish Kunder’s Kriti Vs Aneel Neupane’s BOB: Guess Who Won!

Shirish Kunder was much in the limelight lately for his short film 'Kriti'.

YouTube Partners With OML, Qyuki, TVF For Original Content Shows!

Video sharing website YouTube has come up with yet another attempt to expand the online video growth in India

YouTube Opens Studio For Film Creators In Mumbai

On Wednesday, YouTube company announced its collaboration of YouTube Space Mumbai with filmmaker Subhash Ghai's Whistling Woods International.

Happy New Year Trailer Creates History

Red Chillies Entertainments Pvt Ltd has proved it yet again with their trailer launch of Farah Khan directed film Happy New Year

DHOOM CREATES BOOM: Will ‘Dhoom 3’ Have All Eyes On Aamir...

If you haven’t already checked out the teaser trailer of this year’s most awaited film ‘Dhoom 3’, you are surely in a microscopic minority. Call it the 'Aamir' effect, but the official trailer of Yash Raj Films’ upcoming cop caper ‘Dhoom 3’ has already generated a whopping 7 million plus views, in a mere six days since it released!

STYLE DIVA: Sushmita Sen

Sushmita Sen looked like an Indian bride in the traditional wear for a designer.

TWITTER BUZZ! Amitabh Bachchan Vents Over Fake Video Endorsing Modi

Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan was seen in an angry avatar on Twitter when he called out a fake video made using his voiceover from years ago.

Dear Censors, Is Everyone On The Internet An Adult?

While the CBFC and the entire film fraternity concentrate on developing censorship for a better categorization of viewership in theatres and on television, we are all forgetting a very important space that contributes to the viewership of our cinema: The Internet.