Articles by Suyog Zore
Shutdown Stories: Aditya Sarpotdar is catching up on all the films and TV series he couldn't watch earlier
Filmmaker Sarpotdar also speaks about how he is trying to spend time with his children and worries that the 21-day countrywide lockdown might be extended.
Shutdown Stories: Nipun Dharmadhikari is busy with the household chores
Between chores, actor-writer-director Dharmadhikari is also watching documentaries on Netflix and plans to read the Mahabharata.
Working on script for Faster Fene sequel, says director Aditya Sarpotdar
Faster Fene (2017) was based on the book series by BR Bhagwat, with Amey Wagh playing the iconic character.
Article Assam Hindi
Appreciation from the audience matters more than awards, says Anurag Saikia
The singer-composer from Assam speaks about his equation with director Anubhav Sinha, his love for Assamese folk music and his upcoming projects.
Virus review: Taut, technically brilliant medical thriller with excellent performances
The film recounts how medical staff and government officials came together to stop the spread of the dangerous Nipah virus in Kerala two summers ago.
David Fincher delivers surprise masterclass to UK film students
The Social Network director's masterclass was broadcasted online through Zoom to 450 quarantined students of the National Film and Television School.
Article Australian Chinese
Coronavirus update: Cinemas in Australia, New Zealand shut; China to reopen screenings
China is preparing to reopen theatres with screenings of past hits.
Hariom Ghadage announces first film under his Shree Hari Studios banner
The film, also titled Hari Om, has been written and will be directed by Aashish Newalkar.
Coronavirus update: 83 postponed indefinitely; health and safety of nation first, says Ranveer Singh
The sports drama about India's historic 1983 cricket World Cup win was to be released on 10 April.
Kathaah@8 review: Daring attempt to deal with multiple themes of life in one anthology
Eight short films in eight different languages are stitched together to make this feature, the first time a feature film has been made in eight languages.
Coronavirus update: Hollywood actors Idris Elba, Kristofer Hivju test positive
Both actors in self-quarantine now. Hanks and his wife were released from an Australian hospital after treatment.
Zee Cine awards: Ranveer Singh is Best Actor, Taapsee Pannu Best Actress
Zoya Akhtar's Gully Boy takes home 10 trophies at the awards show, which was held without the public for the first time on account of the coronavirus pandemic.
I Love You Aishwarya, another love story in Marathi cinema
Directed by first-time director Jigar Nagda, the film will tell the story of a boy who falls in love with an older girl.
Coronavirus update: Neighbours, Panghrun also indefinitely postponed
The release dates of the Marathi films have been postponed following the state order to shut down cinema halls till 31 March.
Jayeshbhai Jordaar-Toofan clash at box office averted
Originally, both films were to be released on 2 October. But now that date is reserved for the Ranveer Singh-starrer, while Farhan Akhtar's film will be released on 18 September.
Coronavirus update: Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan cancel international tours
Khan was to tour US and Canada, while Hrithik had a nine-day tour to the US planned.
Vijeta review: A sports film minus the thrill of the sport
Subodh Bhave's earnest performance is the only saving grace of this poorly scripted drama.
Screenplay review: Starts promisingly, then unravels in the second half
The film, directed by KL Prasad, is still worth watching for the compelling performances.
Ananya teaser: Hruta Durgule puts herself through rigorous training
Written and directed by Pratap Phad, the film is based on a play with the same title.
Tara Sutaria joins the cast of the sequel to Ek Villain (2014)
The film, a sequel to Mohit Suri's 2014 thriller, will also star Aditya Roy Kapur, John Abraham and Disha Patani.