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Badhaai Ho review: Hilarious, earnest and a complete joy
Director Amit Ravindernath Sharma's film is consistently hilarious because of its heartwarming storytelling and brilliant performances.
#MeToo survivor thanks Yash Raj Films for unbiased inquiry and swift action against Ashish Patil
Yash Raj Films' vice-president for brand partnership and talent management, Ashish Patil, was asked to step down from his position in the production house earlier today.
Kwan Entertainment co-founder Anirban Das Blah asked to step down after #MeToo allegations
Kwan Entertainment relieved Das Blah of his duties after four survivours shared anonymous accounts of sexual harassment by him.
Yash Raj Films sends Ashish Patil on administrative leave post allegations, inquiry to begin today
The production house has taken action against their business head after a former aspiring actress accused him of sexual exploitation in an anonymous post on Twitter.
Sad that Aditya Chopra has taken no disciplinary action against Ashish Patil: Survivor
A former model and aspiring actress, who shared her account of sexual harassment at the hands of Patil, business and creative head at Yash Raj Films, says she is "disappointed" that Chopra has opted to remain silent.
Helicopter Eela review: Banal storytelling is the downfall of this Kajol-starrer
Pradeep Sarkar's film about a single mother's rediscovery of herself, beyond her maternal duties, fails to engage the viewer.
Tumbbad review: Deliciously morbid and fascinatingly metaphorical
Director Rahi Anil Barve creates a visually rich fantastical film that blends the horror, period drama and fantasy genres.
Vikas Bahl ousted from Amazon Prime project, Super 30 producers stay mum
While lead actor of Bahl's directorial, Super 30, Hrithik Roshan released a statement saying that he had 'requested the producers to take a harsh stand', producer Sajid Nadiadwala has kept mum so far.
Whoever is intimidating her should be put behind bars: Vipul Shah on Tanushree Dutta and harassment
The Namaste England director gave his view on Dutta's allegations against Nana Patekar and taking measures to ensure women in the film industry feel safe.
Loveyatri review: A dispassionate, lethargic love in the times of Navratri
Director Abhiraj K Minawala's garba sequences are way more enjoyable than the love story unfolding in its midst.
10 romantic Shaan songs that will make your heart happy – Birthday special
We celebrate the singer's 46th birthday (he was born on 30 September 2018) with some of his most-loved romantic songs.
Sui Dhaaga review: Slightly staid but heartwarming story of underdog couple
Director Sharat Katariya makes an earnest and inspiring film about a lead pair which sets out to change its glum circumstances.
Pataakha review: Radhika, Sanya's firecracker performances light up this wickedly hilarious film
Vishal Bhardwaj juxtaposes two warring sisters in a Rajasthan village with the tumultous relationship between India and Pakistan, and the result is entertaining.
The Song of Scorpions preview: Folklorish tale of love, revenge and healing
The film, starring Irrfan Khan and Golshifteh Farahani, is set against the backdrop of the vast Thar desert.
Satirists like Harishankar Parsai, Sharad Joshi, Gyan Chaturvedi influenced me: Stree dialogue writer Sumit Arora
In an exclusive interview, Arora reveals what went into creating some of the most hilarious dialogues in Stree.
Vaikhari review: Exploring the unintelligible, but artistic language of Padhant
Director Lubdhak Chatterjee delves into the art of recitation with renowned Kathak exponent Parwati Dutta.
In Batti Gul..., I am the opposite of what people like in a Hindi film hero: Shahid Kapoor
The actor explains why he did not try to make his Batti Gul Meter Chalu character more likeable, and what he fears before the release of every film.
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Zara Nazar Utha Ke Dekho preview: Exploring the dynamics of cruising for sex
Director Anindya Shankar Das depicts the covert nature of cruising for sex through personal stories from the LGBTQ community.
Paltan review: This JP Dutta fare is too dated and bland for a war film
The director relies on old tropes and 'deshbhakti' dialogues to evoke a sense of patriotism.
I don’t have a vast resume but the work I have is special: Shefali Shah
In an exclusive interview with us, the actress spoke about getting into her emotionally intense character for the love story Once Again, chemistry with the film's co-star Neeraj Kabi and why she is picky with roles.