Despite being associated with big names in the industry, Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy are far from the typical Bollywood composers.
The album opens with the title track that has Sunidhi Chauhan crooning the phrase Rang Rasiya.
With Sasural Simar Ka hitting 1,000 episodes, Deepika Samson on the role that changed her life.
Farah Khan on her return as a filmmaker with her upcoming big-ticket Diwali release, Happy New Year.
Veteran French actor Catherine Deneuve on working with some of the world’s greatest directors, burden of beauty and why she won’t direct a film.
Richa Chadda looks at her journey so far in Bollywood and speaks about her upcoming movie Tamanchey
Humsafar’s Mahira Khan on the show that changed her life and the Pakistani television industry.
latest film, 99 Homes starring Andrew Garfield and Michael Shannon premiered at the Venice Film Festival.
Cinematographer Ravi K Chandran on turning filmmaker after a glorious two-decade career.
With a day job as a digital marketing analyst in Delhi, Chaudhuri’s third book is full of interesting trivia.
Tabu on Haider, being Shahid Kapoor’s mother and women-driven films
Actor Jisshu Sengupta hopes to carve a niche for himself in Hindi cinema with Piku.
What works for most of the album is that Bhardwaj puts out great moments with subtlety.
With Zindagi and Pal, Indian television has enterered the territory of genre-specific channels.
Debut filmmaker Aditya Vikram Sengupta's story of love during troubled times has struck the right chords with film critics.
Amid a clutter of similar sounds being churned out in Bollywood, the soundtrack of 'Finding Fanny' is more than just a breath of fresh air.
Priyanka Chopra talks about Mary Kom, 100 crore heroines, girls on film, surviving a decade in Bollywood and being a game changer.
Like all Indian telly shows, this one too is centred around a woman.
After the success of Quick Gun Murugun, filmmaker Shashanka Ghosh is back with his biggest film yet, Khoobsurat.
Aditya Vikram Sengupta looks to assert himself as a filmmaker with his debut attempt, Labour of Love.
The album opens with Ziddi hai in Vishal Dadlani’s husky voice.
Emraan Hashmi talks about 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