It may be the 73rd year of Independence Day for India, but for the LGBTQ community in India, it's the "first real Independence Day".
Akshay Kumar, who said he has Canadian citizenship, was questioned on social media about winning the National Award.
News18 dives deeper into as to why LGBTQ representation in Hindi cinema is still a rarity and despite a stellar cast, why the considerably discussed recent LGBTQ offering 'ELKDTAL' failed to generate significant revenue.
Read on to know the major topics of discussion from the world of entertainment today.
In the wake of significant rise in writing credit disputes in the industry, News18 found out how Screenwriters Association (SWA) is stepping up its efforts to safeguard the writersâ€™ interests.
Actress-director Kangana Ranaut feels it is wrong of Krish to accuse her of taking away his credit from 'Manikarnika'.
Apurva Asrani launches a fresh attack on Kangana Ranaut for hijacking Simran. Ace photographer Dabboo Ratnani has come up with his latest album. Here's our entertainment wrap.
Amidst 'Manikarnika' row, Hansal Mehta opened up about his decision of maintaining a stoic silence on Apurva Asrani and Kangana Ranaut's tussle over the writing credits in 'Simran'.
The storm surrounding Kangana Ranaut's Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi refuses to die down.
Actress Dia Mirza, who has worked with Rajkumar Hirani in Lage Raho Munnabhai and Sanju, says she is 'deeply distressed' by this news.
Film writer Apurva Asrani says he cried when he read the Supreme Court's judgement.
Asrani, who reportedly quit the jury panel to protest the exclusion of S Durga and Nude, told News18 that the jury was proud to have programmed it.
Asrani told News18.com a day before the final news broke out that a big development is on the cards.
Kangana Ranaut tells how she dealt with the failure of Rangoon. Also she talks about her character in her upcoming movie Simran.
Mehta, however, without taking any names said that he will continue to credit people who work to improve his films.
He, however, maintained this entire time that in an industry where 'money talks and bullshit walks', one man - Hansal Mehta - always cared.
Apurva Asrani, movie's co-writer, also said that he had lost faith in awards.
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