Pratidwandi poster promises film noir with interesting character sketches
New Jersey Indian & International Film Festival to be held virtually from 27 to 29 November
Shoot of Marathi horror-comedy Zombivali wraps up in Latur
Feluda Pherot trailers: Series displays flavours of two distinct periods
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You can make a career in short videos without ever working in films: Prashantt Guptha
Anwar Ka Ajab Kissa review: Nawazuddin Siddiqui single-handedly carries this amateurish, meandering film
The two-hour-long film, which is loosely written, appears to be of interminable length.
This was the film that I dreamed of making, says Terrie Samundra on her debut feature Kaali Khuhi
The writer-director shares her influences and addresses some of the criticism that has come her way.
Mismatched review: Patchy teen romance punctuated with moments of comedy and drama
The Netflix series, based on Sandhya Menon’s novel When Dimple Met Rishi, follows two teenagers fixed up as potential partners over a summer course.
Rajen sir told me to compose music that has the essence of Bihar's folk music: Amod Bhatt on Das-Capital
A recipient of the Sangeet Natak Akademi award for his contribution to music in Indian theatre, Amod Bhatt composed the music for Rajen Kothari and Dayal Nihalani's film, which was released yesterday after an eight-year wait.
Behind The Bhangra Boys review: Conquering hearts and spreading love through dance
The film highlights the honesty, candour and sheer determination of this group of five young men who refuse to let hatred get them down.
Ritu Goes Online review: A life-affirming story about countering patriarchal mindsets
On the occasion of Women's Entrepreneurship Day on 19 November, the film will be available to watch for four days on Cinemapreneur part of the Her&Now campaign.
Middle Class Melodies review: Anand Deverakonda's film is a charming story of life in a small town
With its simplistic yet spellbinding storytelling, the film is populated by memorable and lifelike characters.