Sumeet Vyas to play a power-hungry politician in Dark 7 White
Bombay high court quashes Maharashtra government's order of age limit on film sets
Srijato, Subhamita, Joy Sarkar collaborate with Asha Audio to pay tribute to Tagore
10th edition of Bengaluru International Short Film Festival to be held virtually from 13 - 16 August
Rhea Chakraborty appears before ED in money-laundering case related to Sushant Singh Rajput’s death
Cinestaan Curates: Detour is a charming snippet on finding solace in unexpected places
Starring Vikrant Massey and Sayani Gupta, the short film conveys the hope that is rekindled as two strangers share a few moments together.
My Client’s Wife review: Anjali Patil leads this baffling mystery about an abused woman
Writer-director Prabhakar ‘Meena Bhaskar’ Pant fills the film with misdirection that will have you either surprised or weary by the end.
Bandish Bandits review: Ambitious musical that tries to include too much
The web-series, created by Amritpal Singh Bindra and Anand Tiwari, has a splendid soundtrack but falters in its storytelling when it veers between a romance and a family drama.
Take 2 review: Shallow exploration of the reigniting of relationships
Though the short film has its heart in the right place, it offers contrived solutions in this story about a disillusioned filmmaker rediscovering his creative spirit through his granddaughter.
Observing Alfonso Cuarón at work helped me in making The Disciple, says Chaitanya Tamhane
The Court (2015) director went through a mentorship programme with the Mexican filmmaker during the making of Roma (2018).
It's the best time to be an actress in Hindi cinema, says Vidya Balan
Vidya speaks about her latest film Shakuntala Devi, why she felt she was ready to take up the challenge of playing the mathematics genius, and what it would take to get her to sign on for a web-series.
The one who missed out: Shehnaz, K Asif’s original choice for Anarkali
In Shehnaz: A Tragic True Story of Royalty, Glamour and Heartbreak, Sophia Naz recounts how her mother was almost cast in K Asif's magnum opus Mughal-e-Azam (1960).
Rare to find an actress of her calibre: Madhabi Mukherjee remembers Gita Dey on her birth anniversary
Dey, who received the prestigious Sangeet Natak Academy award and the president's award for Lifetime Achievement, began her acting career on stage at the age of six. She went on to work with all the great theatre and film directors of her time and was known for her versatility.