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.
15 years of Sarkar: When Ram Gopal Varma blended Bal Thackeray's persona with The Godfather
Screenwriter Manish Gupta recalls how the various characters in the Amitabh Bachchan-starrer were modelled on the late Shiv Sena founder and those around him.
25 years of Coolie No 1: Writer Rumy Jafry recalls his first film with Govinda and David Dhawan
The film brought Jafry a nomination for the Filmfare award for Best Screenplay, losing out narrowly to Aditya Chopra for Dilwale Dulhania Le Jaayenge.
40 dancers say haven't been paid yet for January shoot for Akshay Kumar's Prithviraj
Studio reveals payment was made five months ago. Dancers appeal to the star on Twitter for justice.
Baaghi 3 to be re-released in Malaysia on 1 July, Simmba in Fiji and Australia on 2 July
With cinemas reopening in several countries, many popular Hindi films are set to hit the theatres once again.
Writing the remake of Coolie No 1 was tougher than the original: Rumi Jafry
The writer-director, who had penned the screenplay of the Govind-starrer, has also written the screenplay of the remake starring Varun Dhawan.
Mafia teaser: When a simple reunion party becomes a matter of life and death
This web-series is the first Hindi project of Bengali filmmaker Birsa Dasgupta.
30 years of Ghayal: Cinematographer Rajen Kothari’s son recalls the iconic moments his father shot
The Rajkumar Santoshi hit, starring Sunny Deol, is still remembered fondly by fans.
Penguin review: Keerthy Suresh is masterly in a film that promised much more
The mystery thriller has a very good build-up and you are sucked into the narrative from the word go.
Bulbbul trailer: This period supernatural saga holds a lot of promise
Directed by Anvita Dutt, the film's cast includes Tripti Dimri, Avinash Tiwary, Rahul Bose, Paoli Dam and Parambrata Chatterjee.
Abhay 2 trailer: Ram Kapoor shines as unapologetic baddie for the first time
The second season of the web-series sees Kunal Kemmu reprise his act as Abhay Pratap Singh.
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It's tougher to just do a voiceover than play a character, says Ajay Devgn on Lalbazaar
The actor talks about why he agreed to do the narration for Sayantan Ghosal's bilingual crime show during its trailer launch.
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Lalbazaar trailer: Sabyasachi Chakraborty is trapped in the dark underbelly of Kolkata
Directed by Sayantan Ghosal, the story starts off with a police investigation into the brutal murder of a sex worker.
Khurchi explores the impact of politics on children: See motion poster
Directed by Swaroop Vaishali Balasaheb Sawant, the film is about a child in rural India dreaming of political success.
The Casino review: Gambling here will lead to unintended hilarity
Starring Mandana Karimi and Karanvir Bohra, this Hindi web-series is difficult to take seriously.
Lalbazaar teaser: Ajay Devgn narrates crime stories from West Bengal
The Hindi web-series directed by Sayantan Ghosal, reveals the dark underbelly of the state.
Swwapnil Joshi on 10 years of Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai: It’s a mighty special film for me
As the film completes a decade, the actor looks back at the critically and commercially successful film, shares the unusual experience of shooting for it and explains how the film cemented his place in Marathi cinema.
Taapsee Pannu delivers a lockdown reality check through a heart-wrenching poem
Titled Pravasi, the poem and its visuals give a profound picture of what the poor have gone through during this lockdown.
Your Honor trailer: Judge Jimmy Sheirgill tries to conceal his son's crime from the eyes of the law
Directed by Eeshwar Nivas, the show is an official remake of the Israeli series Kvodo.
Uthenge Hum: Bharatbala and team present glimpses of India during the lockdown
The Vande Mataram producer and his 16 teams located in 14 states of India have shot some breathtaking visuals of the country.
Wanted to honestly capture what was happening in the lockdown, says Bharatbala on Uthenge Hum
The video has been put together by 16 crews working across 14 states and captures for posterity an India never seen before.