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Raees, starring one of Bollywood's most phenomenal actors, Shah Rukh Khan, as a bootlegger, has been draped in political drama even before it was released late last month. It was the debut of talented Pakistani actress, Mahira Khan, in Indian cinema.
Will and Kate, meet Aishwarya and Shah Rukh Khan.
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Vancouver Bollywood fans are getting another chance to watch superstar Shahrukh Khan live on stage. The legendary actor, singer, and producer known as SRK was last in Vancouver in 2013 for the Times O...
Everyone just stop what you're doing and look at Shah Rukh Khan's crazy eight-pack right now: He's done it again! @iamsrk has got himself an 'eight pack' for @HNY! What do you reckon... HOT or NOT?! p...
He's the second richest actor in the world and now Shahrukh Khan can add another prestigious title to his trophy case: The Czar of Bollywood. The 48-year-old heartthrob covers Stardust magazine's 2014...
It's not often that we focus on men's fashion but when said male is Shahrukh Khan, we can't resist. Not only is the Bollywood legend (we're not exaggerating here) is more famous than style star Aishwa...
The darker girl's mantra: stay out of the sun, don't tan, and use this homemade concoction to fade your skin colour. Unless you're born fair like Aishwarya Rai, you've likely been subject to some version of this growing up -- but the Dark is Beautiful campaign is working to change this.
Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan will perform in the opening act of the Times of India Film Awards (TOIFA) on Saturday despite suffering from a shoulder injury. “I’ve have been shooting for 14 days n...
When dancers take the stage at the Pacific Coliseum and BC Place at the Times of India Film Awards in Vancouver this week, it won't be the Harlem Shake we'll see. Not Gangnam style, not even Indian Classical style. It will be Shiamak style.
Bollywood stars are flocking to Vancouver this week for the Times of India Film Awards (TOIFA), and we have your ultimate guide to celebrity stalking - um, we mean politely asking for an autograph.
It makes sense that the Canadian media would cover the IIFA with such fervour. After all, Indians are a proud people who love their culture and Bollywood is an integral part of it. And yet, India has a darker side to its cultural traditions that nobody desires to address.
The fans were screaming, the media running and the celebrities dancing -- yes, it was the 2011 International Indian Film Academy Awards that brought Bombay and Bollywood to the streets of Toronto for...