Suyog Zore is just another ordinary cinema- and cricket-crazy guy whose favourite movie changes now and then between Gunda (1998) and 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968). Just don't ask him to choose between Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar. Spotting continuity errors in films is his favourite pastime.
Maadathy trailer: An unsettling exploration of casteism
The clip is rife with tension and manages to capture the scope of the director’s vision without revealing the plot.
'It has still not sunk in,' says Siddharth Menon of his Best Actor award for June at NYIFF
The film had its world premiere at the prestigious 51st International Film Festival of India earlier this year and was also selected for the Kerala and Pune festivals.
Samantar 2 teaser: Swwapnil Joshi's Kumar Mahajan continues to fight his destiny
The second season of MX Player’s popular Marathi web-series has Sameer Vidwans taking over the directorial reins from Satish Rajwade.
June song 'Ha Vaara': Soulful track beautifully captures growing friendship between two lost souls
The song has been composed and sung by Shalmali Kholgade while the lyrics are by Jitendra Joshi.
Haseen Dilruba song 'Dil Melt Karda': Upbeat tune expresses euphoria of young love
Nikhita Gandhi and Navraj Hans's vocals elevate this Amit Trivedi composition, which features lyrics by Varun Grover.
Sunflower review: Goofy comedy disguised as murder mystery is neither funny nor gripping
The eight-episode web-series is banal, lacks depth and has supporting characters that serve no purpose apart from dragging the plot unnecessarily.
Koli Taal review: Uncomplicated and moving tale about greed and trust
Though the film is written and directed by a first-timer, Abhilash Shetty, the frames and objects in them feel so real, so alive that you can almost smell and touch them.
Prasad Oak to helm another historical film
Titled Bhadrakali, the project, which has been written by Digpal Lanjekar, is based on the life of Maratha army chief Umabai Dabhade.
Sarsenapati Hambirrao teaser: Gashmeer Mahajani ascends throne as Shivaji
Written and directed by Pravin Tarde, the film is based on the life of Hambirrao Mohite, a commander in the Maratha king's army.
Sherni teaser: Like a tigress, Vidya Balan's forest officer character knows her way through the jungle
The trailer of the man-animal conflict tale will be out on 2 June, and the film is set to be streamed on Amazon Prime Video soon.
Maharani review: Huma Qureshi excels in this captivating, ambitious political drama
The web-series traces the journey of a housewife who becomes chief minister overnight and navigates through various issues threatening her government's stability.
I would watch videos of Bihari politicians to prepare for Maharani, says Sohum Shah
The actor, who plays the role of a chief minister in the show, spoke about the steps he took to bring the character to life.
Picchar trailer: The struggle of an amateur filmmaker to realize his dream
Shot on an iPhone, this film helmed by Digambar Virkar is being streamed on MX Player.
My next project is a silent comedy, says Sohum Shah
The actor and producer also revealed that he is backing an anthology of ten horror films.
Dithee teaches us how to cope with life itself, says Girish Kulkarni
Kulkarni, who plays a small farmer in Sumitra Bhave's last film, discusses its making, release and message.
Aarkkariyam review: Promising, slow-burning drama undone by often confusing, uneventful writing
Cinematographer-turned-director Sanu John Varughese's film has some interesting ideas but fails to weave them into a gripping narrative.
Flipkart Video set for Season 2 of interactive thriller Kaun? Who Did It? on 22 May: See teaser
The second season will see Sushant Singh reprising his role of Detective Adi.
The Last Hour review: This supernatural thriller is neither scary nor thrilling
Unnecessary subplots, poor screenplay and underdeveloped characters make this web-series a bore.
Thuramukham teaser: Nivin Pauly is the rebellious leader in this intense period drama
Helmed and shot by Rajeev Ravi, the film is based on a play of the same name.
Handover review: A poignant take on the never-ending struggle of the have-nots
Helmed by first-time director Saurabh Kumar, the film has finally been released on MX Player after nine long years.