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The actor-producer was joined by wife, Kiran Rao, as they hosted a screening of their latest production, Rubaru Roshni, directed by Svati Chakravarti, in Juhu. Photos: Shutterbugs Images
Khatla Bitla review: Hilarious, almost ridiculous satire on prejudices in Indian society
Director Paresh Mokashi's satire is a brilliantly written and executed courtroom comedy that unfolds admist a multitude of characters and chaos.
Gully Boy song: Divine, Naezy bring the swag with Ranveer Singh in 'Mere Gully Mein' anthem
Singh's physical energy brings home the attitude that Divine and Naezy's breakthrough track needed. The actor also accompanies the rappers on the track.
20 years of Hu Tu Tu: Gulzar's political diatribe that failed to fire the imagination
Twenty years ago to the day, Gulzar brought Tabu, Suniel Shetty and Nana Patekar together for a didactic film on political corruption. We look at what went wrong.
Had been trying to make Dithee for many years, says Sumitra Bhave
Director Sumitra Bhave speaks about the making of her film Dithee, which was premiered at the Pune International Film Festival last week.
25 years of Raja Babu: What worked for the Govinda-Karisma comedy?
In a fairly predictable family drama, director David Dhawan packed a masala film with the right dose of comedy, romance and popular music that made Raja Babu a hit.
90 years of In Old Arizona, the first Hollywood talkie to be filmed outdoors
The old black-and-white film, directed first by Raoul Walsh and later by Irving Cummings, was nominated for four Academy Awards. Star Warner Baxter won the second ever Oscar for Best Actor for his portrayal of The Cisco Kid.
Religion is not going to be our saviour, only love and humanity are: Kedarnath writer Kanika Dhillon
The screenwriter discusses the journeys of her last two films, Manmarziyaan and Kedarnath, and insists that banning works of fiction will never solve real-life problems.
Bhimsen Joshi’s son objects to scenes in Bhaai, Mahesh Manjrekar firm on his stand
Shrinivas Joshi's objection is to the scene where characters of Bhimsen Joshi, Pu La and Vasantrao Deshpande land up at the house of classical music singer Hirabai Barodekar’s house in search for liquor one night.