A reel of the first Konkani film, Mogacho Aunddo, with the run time of three minutes, has been restored.
A Punjabi boy brought up in Mumbai, Vicky Kaushal talks about the challenges of portraying a Banarasi with insecurities in Masaan.
Customisation and affordable pricing are making the ‘wok’ concept popular among the city’s diners.
As her online post goes viral, Sapna Bhavnani says she doesn’t want to become just a hashtag.
From street plays held in the dead of the night to open rebellion, the story of the cultural resistance to the Emergency is one of many underground movements of artists and individuals.
Filmmaker Nancy Nicol’s documentary captures India’s struggle for LGBTI rights
She was 17, he was 33. A popular singer, a saxophone legend. Bombay was different and they were young. They had fun, and the music. Chris Perry and Lorna Cordeiro had each other — till they didn’t.
The makers of Konkani film Nachom-ia Kumpasar have adopted a unique approach to reach their target audience.
Sources said that the names of Mumbai University Prof Abhay Pethe and dean of commerce faculty Madhu Nair have been nominated.
Ahead of their next release, Piku, screenwriter Juhi Chaturvedi and director Shoojit Sircar talk about how their films take root in
the routine and the mundane.
The story revolves around the shamshan ghats in Varanasi.
Suman Sridhar on her recent hit Fifi for Bombay Velvet and working on multiple projects that span theatre, music and acting.
The life of lokshahirs, Maharashtra’s fabled people’s poets, is at the centre of the National Award winning film Court. On the trail of one such Dalit bard, Sambhaji Bhagat, you come face to face with a rebel and his cause.
Kalki Koechlin talks about being a ‘white Indian’ in the industry and her separation from Anurag Kashyap.
Rajit Kapur remembers Byomkesh Bakshi, the Bengali fictional detective who changed the course of his career
Madhu Mantena on his journey and fiancée designer Masaba Gupta.
Dr Chandraprakash Dwivedi, Ashoke Pandit, Mihir Bhuta and Vani Tripathi attended the meeting.
In her directorial debut that travels to TIFF Kids next month, Seemaa Desai turns the idea of a genie on its head
The ban on India’s Daughter has brought the question of freedom of speech into public discourse.
Exhibition titled, ‘In Order To Join’, showcases works by 14 women artists & is a commentary on gender, nationalism & conflict.
With release of English translation of his work that maps history of Marathi theatre, Makarand Sathe talks about state & censorship.
Censor Board members talk about religion, sexuality, violence—and the lines they want to draw on the big screen.
India is a funny country without a sense of humour. And stand-up comics have been watching their mouth long before the moral brigade got the All India Bakchod to zip up.
Chairman Nihalani said he will direct regional officers to ban use of profanities in regional languages.
Mahesh Bhatt, father of Alia Bhatt who was part of the AIB Konckout show audience, believes there is a conspiracy at play.
A mute superstar’s voice in Shamitabh, Amitabh Bachchan’s character feels shortchanged in the bargain. Voiceover artistes explain why he is justified.
How the humble accessory became a symbol of fight back, spawning a series of posters.
The simple piece of muffler owes this adulation to Delhi’s soon-to-be Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Dr Sharmila Ghuge filed a PIL in the Bombay HC against “the use of abusive, vulgar and indecent words.”
The Federation of Western India Cine Employees has demanded an unconditional apology to the film industry from Ranveer, Arjun and Karan Johar for taking part in AIB show.
In a tweet, AIB said, “Have taken down AIB Knockout for now. We will speak soon.”
Ahead of his next film, Tamil actor Dhanush talks about being pushed into acting as a 16-year-old, his father’s struggle and being judged by his appearance.
The evening was dominated by the energy of the young brigade of Bollywood entertainers.
"I believe any artist has a core competency and a secondary talent. My core is acting."
Paper on ‘Ancient Indian Aviation Technology’ to discuss at length Shivkar Bapuji Talpade’s science behind his experiment.
Members of the film industry place their bets on the ones to watch out for this year.
Through two broad chapters on the investigation and the trial, Avirook Sen presents how the Talwars were hit with a double whammy: a shoddy and insensitive investigation by the UP Police and the CBI and what Sen believed was a premeditated judgment.