Emraan Hashmi on his choices in cinema and his upcoming two releases Raja Natwarlal and Tigers
With social media becoming all invasive, we are on our way to being known as the generation that critiqued more than it created.
As a singer, composer and an assistant to AR Rahman and Pritam, Nakash Aziz breathes music all the time.
Rani Mukerji on her marriage, husband, cook, self-defence and her latest film Mardaani
The album opens with Kanpura, a folk ditty loosely based on raag Yaman that comes with the robustness of Ram’s voice.
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.
Habib Faisal’s refined rootedness and the composer’s commercial sensibilities is what makes Daawat-e-Ishq an album worth giving a chance.
The American actor talks about starring opposite stalwarts such as Helen Mirren and Om Puri.
Today’s stars don’t get stumped at any question. Sonam Kapoor stumped me. Alia Bhatt didn’t lie on my show.
For dialogue writers-turned-directors Farhad and Sajid Samji, cinema is all about entertainment
Salman Khan’s vocals in Kick's song 'Hangover' are so computerised that it sounds less authentic than the other playback voices he usually opts for.
Bhagyashree talks about getting back to acting full time with her new TV show.
With Kick, Rajat Arora hopes to recreate the same success of The Dirty Picture and Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai
Anurag Kashyap and Shoojit Sircar are two masters of the big screen, not the small screen that feeds on fast paced entertainment.
Meet Sanam Saeed aka Zindagi Gulzar Hai’s Kashaf.
For writer-director Shashank Khaitan his debut film Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania is a reaction to love in today’s cynical times.
Alok Nath’s ability to laugh at himself sure makes one smile. For Nath, however, it's an opportunity of a lifetime.
Kumaar’s chartbuster lyrics are born out of his years of experience in the Indian music industry.
There was a time, post Hum Saath Saath Hai and Dil Chahta Hai when Saif was making the most exciting choices in the Mumbai film industry.
After the success of Aashiqui 2 and Ek Villain, Shraddha Kapoor is looking to establish herself as a versatile actor.
Music review: Bobby Jasoos - The songs, despite belonging to the same vein as his existing work, has a sort of freshness.
Amitabh Bachchan on his first fiction TV outing, Yudh
The most common texts on the Preity and Ness issue: “Preity has lost the plot.” and “Is Preity mad? Why go to the cops?”
Pakistani actor Imran Abbas dreams of making it big in Bollywood.
Director Mohit Suri on his cinema and music, his pre-Aashiqui 2 days in the wilderness and his forthcoming Ek Villain.
Sayali says the theme song of her life would be 'Jo jeeta wohi sikander'.
The album opens with Khalifa, which sounds like one of the numerous tracks floating around.
National Award-winning sound engineer Bishwadeep Chatterjee on the art and craft of auditory imagery.
Actor-producer Uday Chopra on quitting acting, producing Hollywood films, tweeting and bhabhi Rani Mukerji.
If not an actor I would probably be a successful businessman, said Karan Chhabra.
SHAILJA KEJRIWAL, Chief Creative Head, Special Projects, ZEEL, on their new channel Zindagi and sourcing content from across the border.
The movie releases almost two years after it was made as it went through a difficult phase of getting a producer.
The Delhi girl says that she never thought of becoming an actor.
Boman Irani on the basics of acting as he returns to the stage after eight years for a fundraiser for his alma mater