Jaskiran Kapoor is a columnist with The Indian Express.
With Zindagi and Pal, Indian television has enterered the territory of genre-specific channels.
Like all Indian telly shows, this one too is centred around a woman.
Film begins with a brief history of Golden Temple in Amritsar, its importance and how those who defend it are “kaum de heere”.
MasterChef Australia Judge George Calombaris on his idea of a perfect dish and the success of the show
Director-writer Ravinder Ravi denies that the film glorifies the three men.
MasterChef Australia Judge George Calombaris on his idea of a perfect dish and the success of the show.
Today as India celebrates its 68th indepedence day, we ask filmmakers and writers to tell us the recent screen characters that embody the attributes of a new-age patriot.
Pakistani television star Adnan Siddiqui, part of two shows currently airing on Zindagi, decodes the success of dramas from across the border
In its third edition, the Dharamshala International Film Festival is transforming the town into a key destination for indie filmmakers and cinephiles.
The team is working towards scaling up the reach and impact of the app by tying up with hospitals, various institutions.
A website on menstruation is here to bust myths and create awareness on the taboo topic
Designer Salim Asgarally on recreating the look of notorious conman Charles Sobhraj for the film Main Aur Charles.
"To be healthy should be the ultimate goal for all."
After Highway On My Plate (HOMP), Rocky Singh and Mayur Sharma begin a new food show on July 19
Anurag Kashyap and Shoojit Sircar are two masters of the big screen, not the small screen that feeds on fast paced entertainment.
Meri Aashiqui... for the first five-six episodes is clumsy as it establishes Baa’s tyranny and autocratic rule in the household.
Picky about her roles, Sarika takes up 'Yudh' for Amitabh Bachchan
The show stars Amitabh Bachchan, Kaya Menon, Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Tigmanshu Dhulia, among others.
Why the year 1984 is a recurring theme in Hindi and Punjabi films
Although they pitch it as a non-profit organisation, their initial capital is being partly raised through a membership fee.
Why the year 1984 is a recurring theme in recent Hindi and Punjabi films?
Confederation of Indian Industry’s Young Indians group, popularly known as Yi, has been gaining momentum in Tricity.
Actor Vikram Singh on wearing shades of grey in Heropanti and being relaunched with it.
FameBox’s Dhruvank Vaidya on Beauty & the Blogger, India’s first web-based reality show.
As she makes her acting debut with CityLights, Patralekhaa has her fingers crossed.
‘Electro-folk’ rockers Aditya Balani and Suhail Yusuf Khan on blending different genres.
The team of 'Nadaan Parinde' parks itself in the fields of Punjab and spins a web of love, drama and mystery.
Mad In India lacks a sense of identity — it’s a poor version of Comedy Nights with Kapil against the backdrop of a David Letterman show.
In the new season of Twist of Taste, celebrity chef Vikas Khanna discovers something more to seafood
The translated version of a popular South Korean drama based on noted Imperial doctor Hur Jun premiered on Doordarshan recently By the age of 29, he was appointed a court physician. Recognised for treating the Korean Royal family during the early 16th century, Dr Hur Jun has come to be recognised as a father […]
Audiences world over refused to believe that the super sleuth Sherlock Holmes was gone.
Mika on why Bollywood loves him,and venturing into filmmaking in 2014.
Two indie songs show how melody is back on Punjabi music charts.
The downside of the show is that it tends to derail a bit with hyperbole and dramatic expressions and reactions.
The first Punjabi cultural awards in the UK will create awareness on drug and alcohol abuse.
Actor Sunny Leone on her upcoming film Jackpot and chronicling her life with her husband in a documentary.