Amitav Kaul’s adaptation of Pulitzer Prize-winning Interpreter of Maladies is one of the 32 projects at the NFDC Film Bazaar this year.
In order to match steps with revellers, Mumbaikars enroll for crash courses in dance and start dieting ahead of the Navratri season
A road movie, Liar’s Dice is a comment on the increasing rural-to-urban migration.
With the influx of Pakistani actors in Bollywood, Indian cinema may be warming up to our neighbour.
The communication to the members is post-dated to Sept 2 and doesn’t specify period of extension.
The spot where Rabbi Holtzberg was shot dead also stands untouched on the second floor.
The place is far more fortified now.
Film and theatre personalities remember Richard Attenborough, director of the film Gandhi, which won India its first Academy Award.
First-time director Omung Kumar and his production designer wife Vanita talk about what it took to make a realistic Mary Kom biopic.
Dalit writer Urmila Pawar’s memoirs and her hard-won freedom are the focus of a new Marathi play
CBFC chairperson Leela Samson discusses the CEO’s arrest and the board’s problems.
Colleagues and film industry members describe Rakesh Kumar, arrested CEO of CBFC.
Dalit writer Urmila Pawar’s memoirs and her hard-won freedoms are the focus of a new Marathi play.
Popular among Mumbai cops, tailoring shop Ramesh & Sons is also responsible for Ajay Devgn’s neat-silhouetted uniforms in the Singham series
Alok Nath’s ability to laugh at himself sure makes one smile. For Nath, however, it's an opportunity of a lifetime.
Kolkata-based architect Abin Chaudhuri’s installation to feature in a MoMa exhibition.
Playing Humpty was fun. We shot most parts in Chandigarh, says Varun Dhawan.
Lakhan had been moved to The Children's Aid Society in Dongri with help from the police.
Indian celebrities have backed the fight of LGBTI community for their rights.
Director Nishikant Kamat on experimenting with languages and genres, and why he decided to make a Marathi potboiler, Lai Bhaari.
Films that reflect the lifestyle and concerns of young adults with newcomers in lead roles, are finding favour with the audience.
Vijan, now 32, is nostalgic as he speaks of his 'short but successful journey' in the industry.
Senior technicians and crew members at times work for a fraction of their regular fees to back powerful scripts and passionate directors.
The makers are planning to premiere Finding Fanny Fernandes at the Toronto Film Festival.
Can a regular young man from Gurgaon, without glamour and connections, make it big in Hindi cinema? The remarkable rise of Rajkummar Rao, and his steely ambition, give you the answers.
Police, social worker move after seeing picture in The Indian Express
Mehta says his need to tell stories of regular folk brought him back to filmmaking.
On Tuesday, a team from the Marine Drive police station went to the spot and brought the child and his grandmother to the police station.
Finding suitable locales is least of their worries; location managers often have to get permissions from agencies, dodge imminent rain and sometimes turn an office space into an airport waiting area.
Hunting for locales for Detective Byomkesh Bakshy, Dibakar Banerjee and his team pieced together the missing fragments of the city as it was in the 1940s
Mango lovers can get quality produce at their doorstep as farmers reach out to customers through online retail.
Sadhya Patta Bhumigat chronicles Mali’s years in hiding after being accused of having ‘Maoist links’.
They spark up the screen with their effortless performances as the hero’s maama, jigri dost, or the villain’s sidekick. Their performances stay with us, but we don’t know the people behind these memorable characters. Meet some of the finest actors in the Hindi film industry who will make you go, ‘Oh that one!’
Behind Titli, a film that will compete at the Cannes, is debut director Kanu Behl’s awareness of what it means to define yourself against your family.
American actor of Indian origin, Rohan Chand is in the spotlight for his performance in Bad Words
After City Lights, Bhatt will be producing a film on the Wisconsin gurudwara shooting in 2012 and tie it with the 1984 massacre of the Sikhs in India.