Aamir Bashir’s Harud was a really brave attempt but it wasn’t mainstream.
The 18-year-old talks about her journey and being signed by a top music label
The early guests on the show — Salman Khan and Aamir Khan gave us an inkling of new ties, cemented over recent years.
Avinash Arun’s award-winning Marathi directorial debut Killa, recreates an aspect of his childhood
Veteran director Shyam Benegal on Samvidhaan, the ambitious TV mini-series about the making of the Indian Constitution
Adman and writer-director Nitesh Tiwari on his passion for making happy mass films and Bhoothnath Returns
Ali Zafar on not wanting to become the Number One star in Bollywood, bridging the Indo-Pak divide with Total Siyappa.
The Bengali film industry is up in arms against the dubbed version of Bollywood film Gunday
Ekta Kapoor speaks about marriage and its side effects, passion, power, talent, Lootera and her friendship withVidya Balan
Composers: Raghu Dixit, Ayushmann Khurana & Rochak Kohli
Lyricist: Anvita Dutt, Habib Faisal
Kumar Sanu pays tribute to the legendary Kishore Kumar with a music album
Theatre veteran Feroz Abbas Khan on his directorial debut on television, Main Kuch Bhi Kar Sakti Hoon, on Doordarshan
Music composer Mithoon’s sounds are a reflection of his spiritual self
Imtiaz Ali on his women, his way and Highway
Kangana Ranaut’s next, titled Revolver Rani, will see her in an action avatar.
Whether its Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, Bigg Boss or Indian Idol, most of our reality shows are adaptations of foreign formats. Why don’t we have home-grown ideas on our small screen?
in Highway, in a few moments, Alia Bhatt really made me sit up and take notice. Her unaffected reactions — though a bit weird in the beginning — really grow on you.
In Shaadi ke Side Effects, the composer gives us a sound that is frenzied, sporadically fresh and occasionally bearable.
For Highway, Randeep Hooda prepared for his role with such sincerity that in order to keep the initial distance with Alia Bhatt’s character, he didn’t speak to her for about 25 days.
Vikram Bhatt on his new gig as the narrator for Ishq Kills on Star Plus.
Let’s face it, cosmetic surgery and artificial enhancement of facial/ physical features is Bollywood’s worst kept secret.
Writer-director Neeraj Pandey on his fascination with real life characters, and his distaste for public glare.
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.
Presently promoting Highway in which she plays a Delhi girl from a rich family, Bhatt says that she’s wrapped up shooting for 2 States.
Abhishek Chaubey gets candid about remarkable reviews of Dedh Ishqiya not translating into the expected box-office collections
Bollywood can be a cruel, lonely galaxy for actors.
Since all three, including Ali, Kapoor and Padukone are busy with their prior commitments, film is only expected to kick-off by mid-2014.
Anil Mange on life post his breakout role as an Anu Malik fan in Hasee Toh Phasee
Arshad Warsi: “I have been asked to host a show for the channel. I don’t have a brief about it yet but it is in the scientific genre. Let’s see how that goes.”