Shemaroo Entertainment released director Hansal Mehta’s film Citylights on home video
Rajkummar Rao says when it comes to competition he only wants to beat himself with every new role.
Rajkummar on marrying Patralekha: “No marriage for a long time. And I am not ready for the institution of marriage.”
After wowing the critics in her debut venture, Citylights, actress Patralekha is now looking at portraying diverse characters in
her future projects, both in Bollywood and regional film industry
Nimrat Kaur has finally decided to sign her next which will be produced by filmmaker Nikhil Advani.
Patralekha delivered an impressive performance in her recently released Bollywood debut film ‘Citylights’.
The 1984 film was about an elderly Maharashtrian couple struggling to cope with the death of their only son in a mugging incident in New York.
While Heropanti dominates in the second weekend, Citylights scores as per expectations while Kuku Mathur Ki Jhand Ho Gayi opens at 15% occupancy in Mumbai
After bringing a change in Bengali film music, composer Jeet Gannguli tries to reinvent himself with CityLights
Movie Review Citylight: The songs nearly ruined the film for me, but ‘Citylights’ gives us pause. And an actor who makes us believe, all the way.
‘CityLights’ five-track album has been composed by Jeet Gannguli, while the lyrics have been penned by Rashmi Singh.
‘Citylights’ directed by Hansal Mehta tells the story of a family who leave their hometown in pursuit of making a living in the city of dreams, Mumbai.
After earning acclaim for his compositions in Bengali cinema and receiving a great response in Aashiqui 2, music composer Jeet Gannguli’s work in CityLights has left music lovers spellbound. He talks to Screen about the process of working on the film, his journey so far and bagging Singham Returns
Hansal Mehta has made the upcoming film ‘CityLights’, says he only understands the grammar of realistic cinema.
Rajkummar Rao found it emotionally draining to play the role of a migrant worker in Hansal Mehta’s ‘CityLights’.