New Delhi, April 7 (IANS) Kal Penn has lived through Hollywood's phase of stereotypes and understands what it means to not see yourself being truly represented on TV.

Raghubir Yadav: I try to find goodness in bad projects

Raghubir Yadav: I try to find goodness in bad projects

New Delhi, April 6 (IANS) Actor Raghubir Yadav has had some hits and misses since he took up acting all those years ago. He says he generally doesnt perceive projects as extremely good or bad. In fact, he "picks out the drawbacks" in a good project.

The name Ravi Shankar still spells magic: Sukanya Shankar

The name Ravi Shankar still spells magic: Sukanya Shankar

New Delhi, April 4 (IANS) Sukanya Shankar feels her late husband and Grammy award-winner musician Pandit Ravi Shankars contribution is not limited to music, and adds that he put India on the map for many people, leaving a lasting impression.

Darshan Raval: I am a self-taught musician

Darshan Raval: I am a self-taught musician

New Delhi, April 3 (IANS) From participating in the singing reality show "India's Raw Superstar" in 2014 to lending voice to the chartbuster songs like "Chogada" in "LoveYatri" , "Kamariya" in "Mitron" and "Shayad" in "Love Aaj Kal", the Ahmedabad-bred singer Darshan Raval feels fortunate to be able to carve a niche for himself in Indian music industry.

Umesh Kamat: Marathi actors get more scope to explore various mediums

Umesh Kamat: Marathi actors get more scope to explore various mediums

Mumbai, April 3 (IANS) Renowned Marathi actor Umesh Kamat, who recently appeared in the new season of the couple drama "Aani Kay Hava", says that Marathi actors have the advantage of exploring all the avenues of acting -- whether it is stage, TV, cinema or web shows -- as opposed to actors of other film industries like Bollywood and Tollywood.

'Guilty' actress: Can't wait to go back to a film set again

'Guilty' actress: Can't wait to go back to a film set again

Mumbai, April 2 (IANS) Actress Akansha Ranjan Kapoor, who made her debut in the film 'Guilty' says that she belongs to a film set where all the 'magic' of storytelling happens and that is why she cannot wait to shoot again.  

Writing is 'a little box of interest' for actor Mukul Dev

Writing is 'a little box of interest' for actor Mukul Dev

Mumbai, April 2 (IANS) Actor Mukul Dev is receiving a lot of praise for his performance as a terrorist mastermind in the web series "State Of Siege: 26/11". He is also the man who penned the story of the Rajkummar Rao-starrer "Omerta" that released in 2018. Mukul says he does not feel the pressure of finding a balance between the two callings, as writing is just a "passion".

Chetan Hansraj: I love playing negative characters

Chetan Hansraj: I love playing negative characters

New Delhi, April 2 (IANS) On screens big and small, actor Chetan Hansraj has often essayed dark roles and he loves it.