Samarth Goyal writes on Hollywood and music, for the daily Entertainment and Lifestyle supplement, HT City.
Articles by Samarth Goyal
World’s number six DJ Hardwell has quashed rumours that he is collaborating with Bollywood actor-turned-singer Priyanka Chopra for a single. “I don’t have any plans regarding any (collaborations with Indian artists) at the moment.
Acting isn’t enough for Kunal Kapoor. He is now showing interest in script development
Updated on Dec 11, 2012 12:36 AM IST
Hindustan Times | BySamarth Goyal Samarth Goyal Samarth Goyal, New Delhi
With changing times, some Hollywood classics lose out on their meaning. A reinterpretation is therefore important for some of them, and though it might unsettle some loyal fans who don’t want anything happening with their classics, modern audiences might like to see the reinterpretations underway.
Bollywood, ice-creams and aloo ka paranthas are few of badminton star Saina Nehwal’s favourite things. The 23-year-old Olympian revealed this at the launch of her autobiography titled, Playing to Win, in Delhi.
Don’t lose heart if the Harry Potter and Twilight film series are over. Hollywood has many more book adaptations in store for you. Big screen adaptations of books have always attracted film audiences.
Bigg Boss season 6 contestant Imam Siddiqui, who was thrown out of the show due to his violent behaviour, will re-enter the show tonight. After he lost his cool on the reality show Bigg Boss 6, the decision was taken to have him thrown out for his unacceptable behaviour.
The hollywood filmmakers have found a way to match up to the expectations of the contemporary and tech-savvy audience. In an attempt to recreate the same magic that some hollywood films had on people’s minds and at the box office at the time of their release...
Call it post production issues, marketing gimmicks or the magnanimous 3D work that goes into the making of their movies — even Hollywood doesn’t always get it right. The result — delay in their release dates than what were announced in the beginning.
A 11-day theatre festival in the Capital brings to you a host of regional plays in different languages
Hollywood has always looked for inspiration from various quarters. After comics, book adaptations, sequels, trilogy and franchises, it is now focusing on portraying onscreen lives of those whose names have gone down in history.
For VJ Rannvijay Singh, 29, Delhi is where he’ll always belong. “I miss Delhi. I only realised the value of the city after moving to Mumbai. I feel that in the last six-seven years and because of the Commonwealth Games, the city has gone International,” says Rannvijay.
Marriage is the last thing on Ameesha Patel’s, mind right now as she claims to be enjoying her single status. Excited about her forthcoming movies, Ameesha said...
For Shafqat Amanat Ali, who spoke to us during the Bacardi NH7 Weekender, music festivals have always been a craze since childhood.
Actor Sonali Bendre, 37, who will soon start shooting for her new film, Once Upon A Time Again, says she is excited and can’t wait to make a comeback in Bollywood.
It was a memorable experience shooting for Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, say the film’s lead actors, Kunal Kapoor and Huma Qureshi.
The world renowned Mexican and American guitarist Carlos Santana is all praises for India on his first visit here. “India is the destination if someone is looking for spiritual freedom. I am honoured to be here,” said the ten time Grammy Award winner after he checked into capital’s ITC Maurya.
Both desi and international celebs starred up the Grand Prix in town over the weekend.
Updated on Oct 30, 2012 01:14 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByArpita Kala and Samarth Goyal, New Delhi
Actor Neha Dhupia is excited to have worked with Emraan Hashmi in the recently-released film Rush. Reason: She feels that Emraan is going through a magical moment in his career.
Actor Arjun Rampal gets nostalgic as he talks about his life as a student in Delhi University.
Nikhil Dwivedi feels that every actor struggles in his own way. Even though it sounds like a cliché, he admits that he chooses his role very carefully.
According to me, delhi is the only city in north India where the audience sings along with the artist: Raghu Dixit, singer
Actor believes the first criterion for picking a film should be the story idea.
Akshay Kumar won over fans when he came to the place he calls home — Chandni Chowk.
Actor Sagarika Ghatge, who is known for her debut film Chak De India! (2007), says she gives a lot of importance to content, and that’s the reason why she hasn’t been seen doing too many movies.
Arjun Rampal will be bringing down the house at the Formula One after-parties in the city this weekend.
For Anupam Kher, working alongside Hollywood veteran Robert De Niro was a dream come true.
In an attempt to improve and showcase the diplomatic relationship between India and Germany, Urban Mela is being organised in the Capital. After Mumbai, Bangalore and Chennai, the nine day long Mela will take place in Delhi at Indraprastha Millennium Park, from October 27 to November 4.
Actor Nandita Das is on a mission — a mission to let the upper middle class realise the inequalities existing between the genders.
American rapper Jamie Luiz Gomez aka Taboo of The Black Eyed Peas is coming to Delhi to play at the F1 Amber Lounge on October 28. “It’s my first time in India as an individual. I hope the crowd’s as excited as I feel,” says the 37-year-old.