An attempt being made to 'single' me out as insensitive: Ajay Devgn reacts to criticism
Scars and colour: The changing perceptions of beauty in showbiz
Vivek Oberoi meets with Election Commission over release of film PM Narendra Modi
Amitabh Bachchan praises K Bhagyaraj on completing 40 years in cinema
If the assault was true, why would she work in Raaz, Mahesh Bhatt questions
My stories reflect a part of me: Meal director Abhiroop Basu
An alumnus of Prague Film School, Basu elaborated the design of the technical aspects of the film in detail and also shared his experience of working with the experienced Adil Hussain and the newcomer Avishek Jain.
Ronnie Screwvala is washing dirty linen in public, says Miraj Cinemas MD Amit Sharma
Sharma says an agreement is already in place where producers won’t have to pay Virtual Print Fee after five years.
'The Jawani Song': Vishal-Shekhar's rendition is all glitter little gold like its ostentatious visuals
Sung by Vishal Dadlani and Payal Dev, the song is a new update on the hit track from Jawani Diwani (1972).
Salman, Katrina head for the seas in 1980s Bharat poster
Khan is a marine, while Kaif dons an Indian garb for the newest look poster.
Charulata review: Satyajit Ray's interpretation adds meaning to Tagore's creation
Charulata stands out as the finest blend of the ideal and the pragmatic, the radical and the traditional, among all of Ray’s women. Tagore’s Charu was a woman ‘born’ much ahead of her time. Ray’s Charu reasserted this ‘reality’ decades after Tagore created her in Nastaneerh.
Kalank review: Disappointing saga set in pre-Partition times
Even an all-star cast (Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Aditya Roy Kapur, Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Dixit) can’t save this overwrought period romance written and directed by Abhishek Varman.
Abhinay Berde, Kashmira Pardeshi set off on their journey in Rampaat song ‘Aaichaan Ra’
The lyrics speak of the star-struck characters looking forward to their new life, leaving their worries behind.
We had to make the film entertaining despite its realistic content: Dev Adhikari on Kidnap
Dev, as he is popularly called in the industry, thanked Surinder Singh for producing the film that has been originally conceived by Raja Chanda and dialogue writer NK Salil.
Your films come and go, but your songs live the longest, says Alia Bhatt
The actress spoke about her first classical dance number, 'Ghar More Pardesiya' and admitted that she could have played her character in her debut film Student Of The Year (2012) much better today.