Hindi Film Industry

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Sharat Katariya, Dum Laga Ke Haisha

The write choice

Recent spate of Bollywood films offers a new premise: story can be the hero

Plea to vote for ‘secular party’ splits Bollywood

A section of the film industry has condemned the appeal, viewing it as propaganda against BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi.

Vidya Balan: It’s been a fulfilling life

With a Padma Shri under her belt, Vidya Balan looks back at the films that defined her career.

An evening with Farhan Akhtar, actor, director, singer, writer

In all his roles, he’s been able to achieve critical acclaim and commercial success.

‘Getting an Oscar like running for President’

Susan Sarandon on her life as an actor-activist

Don’t call me ‘Bollywood’: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra

The 48-year-old believes that terming the Hindi film industry as Bollywood has led to the loss of its identity.

Aamir Khan’s ‘Satyamev Jayate’ gets a thumbs up from Bollywood

Celebrities took to their Twitter account and bestowed their positive reactions about the show that focused on social and real life issue.

Zafar Ka Safar

Actor Ali Zafar’s acceptance in the Hindi film industry goes to show that talent and goodwill can transcend all boundaries.

Our films are very youth oriented: Rishi Kapoor

Rishi Kapoor surprised fans with his villainous turn as Rauf Lala in Karan Johar’s revenge drama ‘Agneepath’.

The eternal romantic hero,face of buoyant India

Dev Anand passed away after suffering a heart attack.

No Bollywood Please

Most,if not all,companies would give an arm and a leg to get a celebrity from the Hindi film industry to endorse their…

Aamir is encyclopedia,says Salman

Salman gave the ‘Lagaan’ star the sobriquet during the launch of the promo of ‘Chillar Party’.

Salman Khan hates ‘Bollywood’

Mumbai is the hub of Indian film industry,known worldwide as Bollywood,a term that Khan finds disgusting.

Bollywood belly

Two Khans clashing at the box office; films based on real-life incidents; sequels,remakes—Bollywood is gearing up to make 2011 a better year with varied content. In 2010,there were more flops than hits and at least four big-ticket movies failed at the box office.

Lalu eyes Rlys broom for Bollywood

The former Railways minister lamented the state of Cinema and said he could clear the mess,if given a chance.