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Veteran Tamil actor Vivek dies in Chennai
19th annual Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles expands its virtual 2021 line-up
Kartik Aaryan dropped from Dharma's Dostana 2
Coronavirus update: Pawan Kalyan tests positive for COVID-19, receiving treatment
7 standout dance numbers of Bindu – Birthday special
On the actress’s 70th birthday today, we look at seven fabulous numbers in which we couldn’t take our eyes off her.
Raat Baaki Hai review: This crime thriller lacks the thrills
Directed by Avinash Das, the film is adapted from Atul Satya Koushik’s Hindi play Ballygunge 1990.
6 years of Court: Chaitanya Tamhane didn’t want us to act, says Geetanjali Kulkarni
Kulkarni played the public prosecutor who argues the case against Vira Sathidar's Narayan Kamble.
Ajeeb Daastaans review: Engaging tales of heartbreak and betrayal
The Netflix anthology helmed by Shashank Khaitan, Raj Mehta, Neeraj Ghaywan, and Kayoze Irani explores themes of unrequited love and infidelity, along with class and caste differences, in a compelling manner.
Cinestaan Curates: Ghar Se is a dark film about women taking matters into their own hands
The film, which is centred on a woman's relationship with her daughter-in-law, is a finalist for the Filmfare Short Film Awards 2021.
The Priest review: Understated Mammootty elevates this derivative supernatural mystery film
Unfortunately, the thriller by first-time director Jofin T Chacko falls prey to the clichés of the genre.
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I was baffled that AR Rahman took a chance on me: 99 Songs director Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy
The frontman of indie rock band Scribe had almost dismissed Rahman's first approach as a prank call. Vishwesh Krishnamoorthy relives his 99 Songs journey.
He was one of the nicest, warmest people I have ever met, says Chaitanya Tamhane of Vira Sathidar
Vira Sathidar's role of the activist-balladeer in Tamhane's critically acclaimed Court (2015) mirrored his real persona.
Subodh Mukerji’s Junglee (1961): Vibrant, hopeful romance set in Kashmir, starring Shammi Kapoor and Saira Banu
On Mukerji's birth centenary today, we revisit the filmmaker’s biggest hit, a movie that made 'Yahoo!' leading man Shammi Kapoor's calling card.