Masaba Masaba trailer: Masaba Gupta navigates fashion, family and love in this fictionalized series
The fashion designer and her mother, actress Neena Gupta, play themselves in this Netflix original series due to be released on 28 August.
Chaitanya Tamhane’s The Disciple part of main slate at New York Film Festival
The American festival, which will be held from 17 September to 11 October, will be a mix of outdoor and virtual screenings.
Sadak 2 posters: Alia Bhatt, Aditya Roy Kapur, Sanjay Dutt unveil their characters
The first look of the main cast was revealed ahead of the film's trailer release scheduled for tomorrow.
Pareeksha review: Well-meaning drama on the right to education
The emotional film by Prakash Jha points out the stark differences in opportunities available to those with privilege and those without.
My Client’s Wife review: Anjali Patil leads this baffling mystery about an abused woman
Writer-director Prabhakar ‘Meena Bhaskar’ Pant fills the film with misdirection that will have you either surprised or weary by the end.
Bandish Bandits review: Ambitious musical that tries to include too much
The web-series, created by Amritpal Singh Bindra and Anand Tiwari, has a splendid soundtrack but falters in its storytelling when it veers between a romance and a family drama.
Gunjan Saxena song ‘Bharat Ki Beti’: Arijit Singh raises a tribute to the nation's daughters
The powerful anthem, written by Kausar Munir and composed by Amit Trivedi, highlights the role of women in the Indian armed forces.
Khuda Haafiz title track: Vidyut Jammwal is on a mission to find his missing wife
Vishal Dadlani's solo, composed by Mithoon and written by Sayeed Quadri, highlights the character's pain and loss.
Mukta A2 Cinemas prepares its theatres for the end of lockdown
The nationwide theatre chain has enhanced its existing health and public safety measures.
Lootcase review: Humorous caper that needed to be tighter in its storytelling
The Rajesh Krishnan film, starring Kunal Kemmu as a common man who discovers a bagful of money, is filled with high jinks and silliness, but needed to be a lot more punchier.
Gunjan Saxena trailer: Janhvi Kapoor is pushed to the limit to seize her dream
The biopic on the first woman Indian Air Force officer to enter a combat zone shares her early dreams and her battle to break the glass ceiling.
Kastoori is inspired by Iranian cinema, says filmmaker Vinod Kamble
Vinod Kamble speaks about his filmmaking journey and the struggle he had to go through to fund and make his debut film.
Shakuntala Devi review: Vidya Balan nails the genius mathematician in this distinct, emotional biopic
Anu Menon's feature film details the wondrous, heady life of the extraordinary woman, Shakuntala Devi, and examines her relationship with the love of her life, her daughter Anupama.
The 14th February And Beyond review: The dark, ugly side of love and affection
The documentary offers a different perspective on the love festival and raises some questions about the manipulation and exploitation of certain sections of society by capitalism.
Shakuntala Devi song ‘Paheli’: Shreya Ghoshal beautifully emotes this track about a mother-daughter relationship
The song, written by Priya Saraiya and composed by Sachin-Jigar, details the difficulties the two face over the years.
Dil Bechara review: Bittersweet romance that will have you reaching for the tissues
Mukesh Chhabra's directorial debut, adapted from John Green's novel The Fault in Our Stars, features a heartrending turn by the late Sushant Singh Rajput and a memorable debut by Sanjana Sanghi as the terminally ill Manny and Kizie, respectively.
5 years of Masaan: It was a really brave film that reflected India's reality, says actress Richa Chadha
Richa Chadha looks back on the making of Neeraj Ghaywan's directorial debut film, which was released on 24 July 2015, and explains why it is important to be a part of good cinema.
Shakuntala Devi song ‘Rani Hindustani’: Sunidhi Chauhan sets the mood for a rollicking track
The breezy number, composed by Sachin-Jigar, shows Vidya Balan’s genius mathematician undergoing a transformation in England.
Section 375, Bombay Rose, Pareeksha selected for 23rd Shanghai International Film Festival
The longest running film festival in China will have a mixed physical and online event from 25 July to 2 August.
Shakuntala Devi song ‘Pass Nahi Toh Fail Nahi’: Vidya Balan makes maths fun for schoolchildren in this jubilant track
Sunidhi Chauhan perks up this motivational song about life and education composed by Sachin-Jigar.