Politicians are using common people's faith for building agendas: Umesh Kulkarni at IFFK 2018
Zero song 'Husn Parcham': Katrina Kaif sizzles as Babita Kumari in sensuous item number
Shekhar Kapur announces film on Empress Elisabeth of Austria at Macao film festival
Aniket Vishwasrao marries Hrudayat Something Something co-star Sneha Chavan
Dev Adhikari, Rukmini Maitra to pair up for Aniket Chattopadhyay's fantasy film
Khemchand Prakash: The man who made Mahal (1949) immortal
Khemchand Prakash's innovations in music and his contribution to the pool of some of the best voices in music for Hindi cinema have to be seen to be believed.
Petta teaser: A throwback to vintage Rajinikanth
The makers of the film on Wednesday unveiled the teaser on the occasion of Rajinikanth's birthday and going by the visuals and first impression, the film will bring back 1990s Rajinikanth.
Rachel White, Saloni Chopra speak about Sajid Khan's IFTDA suspension
White, who was one of the three women, to have accused the director of sexual harassment, feels the punishment needed to be more severe.
Anushka Sharma on 10 years of Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi: Feels awesome to complete a decade in the industry
The actress speaks about her experiences and achievements in the industry so far.
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Indian cinema has not done justice to transgenders: Kalki Subramaniam
Kalki began her powerful oration with the poignant observation that the history of Indian cinema is also the history of the shaming of transgenders.
Ma.Ama review: This beautiful mourning is a deeply honest and personal portrait
Dominic Megam Sangma dives deep into his own family's tragedy, fears, and flaws and comes out with a beautiful film about people and their memories.
Ghode Ko Jalebi Khilane Le Jaa Riya Hoon review: A surreal collection of fantasy, gritty realism, and bitter truth
Anamika Haksar's debut as director breaks the narrative form and perception of life in Delhi as we have seen it in Hindi cinema.