Director Anik Dutta believes houseful shows of Bhobishyoter Bhoot made government uneasy
Anik Dutta's spoof Bhobishyoter Bhoot hits home, pulled from theatres by 'higher authorities'
Hamid's release postponed in the wake of Pulwama terror attack
Narendra Modi biopic: Zarina Wahab to play his mother, Barkha Bisht his wife
Uri’s dream run continues, film equals Gadar’s sixth Friday record
Yours Truly director Sanjoy Nag: Soni Razdan is an extremely talented, grossly underused actress
Filmmaker Sanjoy Nag explains why he cast Soni Razdan in Yours Truly, why he made the film in Hindi and not Bengali, and why he believes Indian cinema has missed out on some brilliant parables by ignoring the lives of the middle-aged.
Rewind 2018: Hindi cinema's biggest hits of the year
The table of the 10 biggest profit-making films of 2018 saw the rare and unexpected omission of all three Khans.
Bhobishyoter Bhoot review: Despite some lengthy passages, this is an important film
The performances by all the artistes show how dearly they wanted to be part of this film. Despite the loopholes and the chaos caused by too many parallel narratives, the film has been made from the heart.
Anandi Gopal review: Revolutionary couple worthy of celebrating on Valentine’s weekend
While the story of the journey of Anandi Gopal Joshi, India's first woman doctor, is more than a century old, it remains relevant even today.
Gully Boy review: Ranveer Singh explodes with a new sound in Zoya Akhtar's tale of hope
With a new soundscape, a relatable underdog story, and hypnotic cinematography, Gully Boy brings the streets of Dharavi alive.
Why just comedy? Men have dominated everything, says Madhuri Dixit
The popular actress, who will be seen in Indra Kumar's madcap comedy Total Dhamaal (2019), feels writers largely concentrated on male protagonists earlier.
Hum Chaar review: A simple, warm story about friendship and healing
Director Abhishek Dixit's writing and direction is promising, but the film suffers due to its pace and length.
Dev movie review: A lifeless story of self-discovery and love
Dev is both a story of self-discovery and love and the disappointing fact is that it is plain boring no matter how you see it.
Why Ghalib remains popular in Hindi cinema's memory
On the 150th death anniversary of Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib, we track the journey of the poet's verses from Sohrab Modi to Gulzar and why he remains prominent in the memory of a Whatsapp generation.