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R Balki on Shamitabh, his obsession with Amitabh Bachchan and Ilaiyaraaja’s inspiring music
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Payal thinks that Social networking is Very much needed for survival.
It is the standard Sufi-rock fare that we have come to associate with Bhatt productions.
After A Wednesday and Special 26, filmmaker Neeraj Pandey is back with his espionage thriller Baby.
For Kirkire, acting is just another avenue for his story telling abilities.
The television line-up for 2015 doesn’t throw up any big surprises. But there is still exciting content to keep you hooked.
The half star for this album, however, belongs to the power in Chauhan’s voice.
Anurag talks about the success of Ugly, the failure of his TV show Yudh starring Amitabh Bachchan, and why he needs a break.
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Year 2014 - sift through the movie moments that linger and the ones we want to banish.
Anushka Sharma on PK and her lips, tackling online bullies and boyfriend Virat Kohli.
A new documentary about tigers outside protected reserves exposes the flaws in India’s wildlife conservation plans
The album opens with Main toh Superman, Salman ka fan, which is sycophancy at its best.
With her new show Benched, Eliza Coupe of Happy Endings and Scrubs comes closer home with a comedy.
Filmmaker Sandip Ray on the enduring appeal of Feluda, the iconic Bengali detective created by Satyajit Ray that gets a reboot in his latest film, 'Badshahi Angti'.
'Tevar' director, Amit Sharma says, being a filmmaker, he says, there are stories he can draw from real life.
Parineeti Chopra and Saif Ali Khan were slated to pair up in a movie to be directed by Saif’s ex producing partner, Dinesh Vijan, but the project got shelved.
After watching Paradise Now by two-time Oscar nominated Palestinian filmmaker Hany Abu-Assad, actor Waleed Zuaiter knew that he wanted to work with him immediately.
Vipul Amrutlal Shah’s television premiere Pukaar is nothing short of a potboiler.
After Chanakya and Pinjar, filmmaker Chandraprakash Dwivedi’s latest project is a political satire
After seven years, Sandhya Mridul returns to television with Private Investigator
After decades of hard-selling its brand of comedy, the Punjabi film industry is coming into its own with New Age filmmakers
The album opens with Ajay Atul’s Tharki chokro, which is definitely the most valiant effort of the album.
The true story of two Noida sisters who almost starved themselves to death gets adapted for the big screen in Choti Moti Batein.
'True Romance' movie is Neha Dhupia's list of favourites.
Somewhere between Baby doll and Sunny sunny, the Hindi film album went missing this year.
Star Plus’s latest offering is an ambitious show from acclaimed filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker that attempts to reach for the skies.
With his mini TV series Pukaar, Vipul Amrutlal Shah salutes the men in uniform.
Ungli music review: The album lacks some genuine wit. It only pretends to be quirky and manages to be the real deal in parts.
I’ve realised there is an academic side to acting that was missing from my process.
Bhutanese monk Khyentse Norbu on his latest feature film Vara: A Blessing, balancing two worlds and the power of anonymity
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