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Badhaai Ho song: 'Badhaaiyan Tenu' hilariously celebrates the embarrassment of Ayushmann's life
Tanishk Bagchi's music and Vayu's ecstatic lyrics make for an instantly likable tune for Badhaai Ho's first song.
Sandhya Roy remembers 'father figure' Jahar Roy – Birth centenary special
The veteran, who began as a child artiste, recalls how she learnt humanity and respect along with the craft of acting from the legendary actor.
Manto review: This portrait of Manto is charming, engrossing but not as provocative as his pen
Nandita Das's film is a captivating portrayal of the great Saadat Hassan Manto, and feels timely.
Satirists like Harishankar Parsai, Sharad Joshi, Gyan Chaturvedi influenced me: Stree dialogue writer Sumit Arora
In an exclusive interview, Arora reveals what went into creating some of the most hilarious dialogues in Stree.
Mahesh Bhatt turns 70: 7 films that defined the filmmaker's sensitive style
A careful peek into the career of the veteran filmmaker reveals how his stories are inspired from his personal experiences.
Ritesh Batra on The Lunchbox: Every film is an exercise for the next one
The writer-director's first film, starring Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, was released on 20 September five years ago.
The Death Of Us review: Vani Subramanian's documentary questions the effects of capital punishment
Vani raises some pertinent points in her film, but she could, perhaps, have also included the other side of the debate and let the viewers decide.