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Rajkummar Rao on why he considers himself to be lucky to have been at the right place at the right time, the roles he finds compelling and why he hates narrations.
Farhan Akhtar on star-backed movies not working this year, interacting with his audience and his agnostic upbringing
Model-turned-actor Monica Bellucci will be the first recipient of a special award instituted by the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI) to honour prominent women artistes in international cinema.
Actor Sunny Deol opens up about his infrequent screen appearances, being shy and synonymous with ‘dhai kilo ka haath’.
In his film Sniff!!!, writer-director Amole Gupte creates a fascinating world of children and a young hero powered by his sense of smell. Though Sniff!!! revolves around adventures of Sunny and his friends, it also captures the idiosyncratic life of Mumbai’s Bima Nagar, where Gupte grew up.
Adman-lyricist Prasoon Joshi, who took over recently as the CBFC chief, on his new role, bringing together all stakeholders and why he believes in the power of informed choice
Naseeruddin Shah on his upcoming play The Father, stimulating the audience’s imagination, and living his dream of having a continuous long run for a play.
Sanjay Dutt’s life and career have hit unimaginable lows. As he makes another comeback, the actor says he is now a patient man who wants to move on. In this interview, he does not dodge any question or shy away from talking about his past.
After a breezy entry into the industry, actor Jacqueline Fernandez has been working hard to make her screen appearances stand out
"There are certain aspects and details of industry I am unaware of. I have seen people obsess over production and the business of movies. Not being aware of these things keeps me sane and I have less pressure." Sidharth Malhotra speaks his heart out.
Cinematographer Shanker Raman on his directorial debut Gurgaon, which takes a deep look at the world of patriarchy and corrupt real-estate practices
An ongoing collaborative project between National Theatre Wales and Mumbai-based Junoon, explores what it means to be a woman of the Indian diaspora
Shah Rukh Khan on why he can’t not like love stories, imagining the after-life of the characters he plays and why he has no complaints about his stardom. During a chat with The Indian Express, the actor also spoke about his kids Aryan, Suhana and AbRam.
"I’m always looking for ways to reinvent myself. Sometimes when you experiences success in certain roles and genres, you can continue doing it," says Anushka Sharma
A long search for the perfect voice for Ranbir Kapoor in Jagga Jasoos ended with music director Pritam’s assistant Tushar Joshi.
Bollywood director Tigmanshu Dhulia talks about his upcoming film, Raag Desh and why he keeps his small-town experiences alive while getting lost in Mumbai despite spending two decades in the city. He also shot a portion as Shah Rukh Khan’s father in Aanand L Rai’s next film.
A decade in front of the camera has not taken anything away from Ranbir Kapoor’s charm. In a freewheeling conversation, the Jagga Jasoos actor talks about the most unusual role of his career, the lessons learned from failure, and his most Kapoor-like trait.
Ahead of his dance-action movie Munna Michael’s release, Tiger Shroff talks about being fiercely ambitious and trying to create his own identity. The film also stars Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Nidhhi Agerwal. Tiger's next projects are Baaghi 2, Student Of the Year 2 and Rambo remake.
Gurinder Chadha, who revisits the trauma of Partition in her new film, talks about its impact on her family, and her bicultural identity. Chadha, who was born in Kenya and grew up in the UK, has often spoken about “living in the shadow of the Partition”.
Alankrita Srivastava, 37, on the struggle to release her film, Lipstick Under My Burkha, the problem with censorship in a democracy and why there are not enough women making films. Her film was facing problems with the CBFC for being too lady- oriented.
Bollywood actor Sridevi, who was last seen in Gauri Shinde's film, English Vinglish in 2012, talks about her new film MOM, how she gets into the skin of the characters she plays, and her advice for her daughter Jhanvi Kapoor, who might soon make her Bollywood debut.
Writer-director Rahul Dahiya on why he chose to throw light on women’s desire in his debut film, G Kutta Se, and the need to show it to a young India.
“I might be known in the music circle, but it is essential for an artiste to connect with a young and wider audience. The popularity of any art form is necessary. But with popularity, art tends to be superficial," Kashalkar said.
Diljit Dosanjh on identifying himself as a regional artiste, his crush on Kylie Jenner and why he loves to hoard lovely things. The actor made his Bollywood debut in 2016 film Udta Punjab. He was recently seen in Phillauri and his latest one is Punjabi film, Super Singh.
Actor Rasika Dugal, who wrapped up the shoot of Manto’s biopic this week, talks about playing the author’s wife, being an ‘indie actor’ and the roles she is looking forward to
Ahead of the Indian television premiere of Don’t Breathe, Stephen Lang on portraying a blind man’s fury and reprising his role in Avatar’s sequel.
"Badal Sircar’s plays aren’t easy to adapt. He likes to construct his plays like a freewheeling conversation; I guess it comes from the Bengali idea of an adda," Bikas Mishra says.
Riteish Deshmukh on his new film, mixing up of comedy genres in Hindi cinema, and putting his money in content-driven Marathi movies
"Our industry is pockmarked with stereotyping. Within that, one has to navigate with a lot of tenacity to keep pushing oneself without having much reservation," says Tillotama Shome.
Nearly five years since she recovered from cancer, actor Manisha Koirala is ready to get back on screen and live a fuller life.
In India to promote his upcoming film War Machine, Brad Pitt spoke on need to reinvent, turning producer and why he won't land a role in Bollywood.
Actor Ishteyak Khan on his latest directorial venture and his journey from Panna to Mumbai.
A fiercely private person, Sachin Tendulkar lets some ‘family moments’ slip into his upcoming biopic.
Justin Simien, the creator of Dear White People, on the Netflix show that takes off from the film, and how to break out of an echo chamber.
Reema Lagoo, who passed away on Thursday, changed the way mothers were shown in Hindi cinema, creating a new template of a cool mom. But the versatile actor cannot be defined by that role alone
The industry, fans mourn the passing away of veteran actor Reema Lagoo, who brought a certain freshness to the depiction of on-screen mother apart from excelling in comedy on television.