Keyur Seta is just a face in the crowd. He could be the person sitting next to you in Mumbai's local train, or someone who just went past you at the grocery market. The only thing that differentiates him from the crowd is his knowledge of some of the trashiest Hindi films and their taglines. When he is not busy watching movies, he spends his time wondering about the number of insects Sunny Deol killed during his signature 'Yara O Yara' dance step.
Satyameva Jayate 2 trailer: A surfeit of John Abrahams
The cringe-inducing and unintentionally funny promo of the Milap Zaveri film sees the actor play most of the major characters.
Bhavai review: Pratik Gandhi excels in this uneven social drama
The Hardik Gajjar-directed film is a one-time watch that unfortunately never realizes its potential to be so much more.
My respect for journalists has increased after doing Dhamaka, says Kartik Aaryan
The actor also said that this has been one of his most challenging roles.
Cinema halls are now open all over India, but trade experts remain cautious
With theatres in Maharashtra reopening today, one could be forgiven for thinking that the worst is over as far as the movie business goes but it may be a while before collections pick up.
OTT boom would have happened even without the pandemic, says Ronnie Screwvala
The producer was speaking at the launch of the trailer for his upcoming Netflix movie Dhamaka.
Sooryavanshi song ‘Aila Re Aillaa’: Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn, Ranveer Singh shake a leg together
The song is a remix of the 'Aaila Re Aaila' number from Khatta Meetha (2010), which was also picturized on Akshay Kumar.
I am playing a grey character in Dhamaka, says Kartik Aaryan
At the trailer launch of the thriller, the actor said that he had instantly agreed to do the project.
20 years of Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein: R Madhavan, Dia Mirza-starrer's music evokes nostalgia
Composer Harris Jayaraj's melodies, which were written for this remake of the Tamil film Minnale (2001), still strike a chord.
25 years of Rani Mukerji’s shocking debut, Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat
In her very first film in Hindi cinema, the actress portrayed a cringeworthy character who falls in love with her rapist.
Hum Do Hamare Do song ‘Bansuri’: Rajkummar Rao, Kriti Sanon show off their dance skills
This dance number, composed by Sachin-Jigar, seems to be a promotional track for the film.
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How being a newsreader helped Smita Patil bag her first short film – Anniversary special
On the actress's 66th birth anniversary, veteran sound designer Hitendra Ghosh recalls how he spotted her reading 'Baatmya' on a black-and-white TV set in Pune.
Sardar Udham review: Shoojit Sircar’s slow-burner hits hard
Vicky Kaushal delivers arguably the best performance of his career as the titular revolutionary.
The Invisible Visible trailer: Kireet Khurana’s movie appeals for the eradication of anti-beggary laws
The Bombay Prevention of Begging Act 1959 empowers the authorities to punish or imprison any individual if he or she is found begging.
Making a film on anti-beggary law was soul-cleansing, says Kireet Khurana on The Invisible Visible
The filmmaker, known for his movies on social issues, is pleading for a repeal of the Bombay Beggary Prevention Act 1959 through his latest documentary.
Sanak song ‘O Yaara Dil Lagana’: Vidyut Jammwal, Rukmini Maitra star in remix of Agni Sakshi tune
The romantic dance number
110 review: Kavin Dave excels in this light-hearted show about an RJ
The four-episode show has a smooth narrative arc with regular doses of humour even while keeping the scenes realistic.
Tuzi Mazi Yari trailer: Planet Marathi’s web-series explores friendship between two young women
Directed by Tushar Ghadigaonkar, the show stars Meera Jagganath and Snehal Salunkhe.
Dhindora trailer: Bhuvan Bam’s web-series promises entertainment and laughter
The popular YouTuber will be seen in nine avatars in the show.
I play a classy gangster in Ek Thi Begum (Season 2), says The Family Man actor Shahab Ali
The artiste, who plays don Maqsood's suave brother-in-law in the MX Player show, reveals why he doesn't want to play another negative character anytime soon.
Shiddat review: Sunny Kaushal, Radhika Madan are impressive in this outdated romantic drama
The film, directed by Kunal Deshmukh, suffers from a lack of logic at crucial junctures.