Articles by Keyur
Perfume poster: Karan Tandale's directorial debut has two lovers and a gun
The film is all set to be released on 1 March 2019.
Wrote Riteish’s dwarf character in Marjaavaan much before Shah Rukh began Zero: Milap Zaveri
The writer-director also stated that Riteish Deshmukh's dwarf in his film is a villain as opposed to Khan's happy-go-lucky character in Zero.
GD Madgulkar’s contribution to the freedom movement – Death anniversary special
On the 41st death anniversary of the multi-faceted artiste, grandson Sumitr Madgulkar looks at the revolutionary aspect of his life.
Mauli review: Just a run-of-the-mill, clichéd masala entertainer
The mystery element in the Riteish Deshmukh starrer keeps your interest alive for a while.
One film is not enough to tell Pu La Deshpande’s life story, says Bhaai producer Ajit Andhare
Bhaai, bio-pic of the late litterateur and actor PL Deshpande, will be the first Marathi film to be released in two parts.
Trailer of PL Deshpande biopic Bhaai: Vyakti Kee Valli is a delight
Directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, the film has been made in two parts. The first part will be released on 4 January 2019, while the second part will hit the screens on 8 February 2019.
Dalip Tahil to play Jawaharlal Nehru in Mahesh Manjrekar's PL Deshpande biopic
Tahil will make his debut in Marathi cinema with the film, titled Bhaai: Vyakti Kee Valli.
Evening Shadows review: Sensible and progressive saga about homosexual relationships
The film, directed by Sridhar Rangayan, treats a homosexual relationship like just any other love story.
Aniket Vishwasrao marries Hrudayat Something Something co-star Sneha Chavan
The couple were engaged in August this year.
Cheat India trailer: Emraan Hashmi plays Robin Hood of the education system
The film, directed by Soumik Sen, looks like an interesting con drama.
Anushka Sharma on 10 years of Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi: Feels awesome to complete a decade in the industry
The actress speaks about her experiences and achievements in the industry so far.
The Great Indian Road Movie bags 2 awards at LIFFT India Filmotsav 2018
The second edition of the festival, curated and organized by actor and filmmaker Riju Bajaj and his team, featured 120 films from 30 countries in 27 languages.
Mahaprayan review: This 83 minute film has been shot in a single take
The film is far from perfect in terms of plot development, but the technical achievement and the performances deserve to be seen.
LIFFT India Filmotsav: Ayesha Julka shows her directorial debut; performances galore in Lonavala
The festival also saw screenwriter and author Shivani Tibrewala, filmmaker and LGBTQ activist Sridhar Rangayan and CBFC's former legal advisor Tanu Mehta in attendance. This is the second edition of the LIFFT India Filmotsav that takes place in the hill station of Lonavala in Maharashtra. Photos: LIFFT India
Being gay is also about love, not just sex, stressed Evening Shadows filmmaker Sridhar Rangayan
The filmmaker also revealed that sometimes whether or not your film gets passed by the CBFC depends purely on luck.
CBFC’s former legal advisor Tanu Mehta questions the board's 'haphazard' hiring process
She was speaking at the ongoing LIFFT India Filmotsav in Lonavala.
I am married to acting but dating teaching, jokes Nayani Dixit
The actress is known for her roles in Delhi Belly (2011), Special 26 (2013), Queen (2014) and Shaadi Mein Zaroor Aana (2017), but does not want to give up teaching.
Was too scared of Rishi Kapoor, says Rajma Chawal actor Anirudh Tanwar
Tanwar, who was Leena Yadav's production assistant on Parched (2016), made his acting debut in the slice-of-life film that has been released on Netflix.
#MeToo: Stupid to ask why women are speaking out after 20 years, says Queen actress Nayani Dixit
Nayani Dixit had accused Queen (2014) director Vikas Bahl earlier this year of sexual misconduct and harassment during the shooting of the film.
Nashibvaan trailer: Bhau Kadam plays a municipal cleaner who gets lucky
The actor and female lead Mitalee Jagtap Varadkar appear in good form.