Bhirkit motion poster features Girish Kulkarni, Tanaji Galgunde and Hrishikesh Joshi
Bobby Deol turns more evil in second season of Aashram: Watch teaser
Composer Jatin Pandit turns lyricist for son Raahul Jatin’s song ‘Yaadein Aane Lagi’
Naxalbari teaser: Rajeev Khandelwal prepares for a war to end all wars
Suriya’s Soorarai Pottru release date postponed over NOCs from Indian Air Force
Guldasta review: This predictable film offers nothing to the audience
Guldasta could have been a heart-warming tale of friendships if the director and writer had focused on detailing the issues of the leading women.
Dracula Sir review: Technically brilliant film offers larger-than-life experience with excellent use of music
The film, which stars Anirban Bhattacharya, merits a visit to the theatre because of its sheer ambition.
25 years of DDLJ: Why Maratha Mandir continues to screen Aditya Chopra's film
Probably no other film anywhere in the world has had an uninterrupted theatrical run of over 24 years. Manoj Desai, executive director at Marathi Mandir, speaks about the marathon run of Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.
Scam 1992 is my career's biggest turning point, says Pratik Gandhi
The actor sheds light on his acclaimed portrayal of the late controversial stockbroker Harshad Mehta.
Indian cinema almost makes it looks like caste is experienced only by Dalits, says Rajesh Rajamani
The filmmaker's short film The Discreet Charm of the Savarnas throw light on how progressive upper-caste persons knowingly and unknowingly uphold the caste structure.
Doodhpither Gachh review: Bid to reintroduce rural audience to Bengali cinema hampered by flimsy storyline
The storyline suggests a lack of cohesion as the film appears to document village life rather than present a fictional account of a boy’s journey
25 years of DDLJ: We planned the Punjab locations and portions six months in advance, says cinematographer Manmohan Singh
Manmohan Singh, now a leading director in Punjabi cinema, recalls the challenge of making the visuals from Punjab match up to the beauty of the film's European locations. The whole impact of the film would have been lost otherwise, he says.
Comedy Couple review: Amiable rom-com about pitfalls of living and working together
Saqib Saleem and Shweta Basu Prasad are sincere and appealing in this Nachiket Samant film about a pair of stand-up comedians who are trying to make their relationship work.