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Paoli Daam plays a mother who fights against all odds to save her son in Kaali 2
Ali Abbas Zafar signs Katrina Kaif for his next superhero venture
After Sonu Sood, Swara Bhaskar helps in sending 1,300 migrant labourers home
Tollygunj studios in Kolkata battered by Amphan, but late Uttam Kumar's make-up room still intact
Will release films in theatres, but only when we're comfortable, says director Kabir Khan
Cinestaan Curates: Anukul is a contemplation on ethics in an increasingly mechanized world
Sujoy Ghosh's short film is based on a short story by Satyajit Ray and leaves one with a sense of foreboding.
Ponmagal Vandhal review: This Jyotika-starrer is a hard-hiting legal drama
Thematically, Ponmagal Vandhal (2020) is close to Vidya Balan’s Kahaani 2 (2016), but isn’t as effective as the latter when it comes to execution. It just manages to make its point, but with a solid impact.
Once Upon a Prime Time: Ananth Mahadevan's tribute to the stalwarts of Indian television
Part memoir, part history, the actor-filmmaker's book traces his television journey, offering a behind-the-scenes peek into the work of legendary directors and artistes who shaped Indian television.
Learnt kindness, humility, trust from God Friended Me, says Suraj Sharma
The Indian actor speaks about his recently cancelled American television series and how it tried to create the idea of community amongst people.
15 years of Bunty Aur Babli (2005): A life of crime fuelled by small-town ambitions
Portraying a glamorized, easy life of crime, the film inspired some people to commit crimes in real life, much to their detriment.
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I would choose The Illegal, Masaan, Mirzapur over and over again, says Shweta Tripathi
Actress Shweta Tripathi shares her experience of working in cinema for more than a decade and how much she has learnt from co-stars like Adil Hussain and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
Betaal review: Impressive storyline, good cast let down by sloppy handling
Nikhil Mahajan and Patrick Graham's horror creation has all the elements right but fails to maintain the tension required to keep the audience enthralled.