Anvita Singh

Anvita Singh is a Senior Sub-editor with Indianexpress.com and has been working with the organisation since December 2017. She writes features, opinions and articles on everything related to the field of entertainment. She has previously worked with India Today and is an alumnus of Asian College of Journalism, Chennai.

Articles By Anvita Singh

The rise and rise of Ayushmann Khurrana

Ayushmann Khurrana is currently gearing up for the release of Anubhav Sinha directorial Article 15. The movie releases on June 28.

Arjun Reddy and Kabir Singh: The curious case of bad vs superbad

Last Friday, Kabir Singh, the Hindi version of Telugu blockbuster Arjun Reddy, hit theaters. It is just as long, flippant and painful as Arjun Reddy. And of course, Vijay Deverakonda starrer Arjun Reddy was misogynistic as well. So why was it applauded?

Hollywood Rewind | Julia Roberts, Richard Gere starrer Pretty Woman is the classic Mills and Boon story

Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, stately-looking and gorgeous folks, share a lot of chemistry and they know what is expected of them -- to make the audience, even the disbeliever's heart, root for a happy ending.

Revisiting Vijay Deverakonda starrer Arjun Reddy

The Hindi remake of Arjun Reddy, Kabir Singh, starring Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani, is releasing on June 21. It will be interesting to see how the same story fares in the Bollywood landscape, especially since director Sandeep Vanga Reddy has helmed the Hindi version as well.

Kaafir first impression: Dia Mirza and Mohit Raina’s web series seems promising

Dia Mirza is not only breathtaking as Kainaaz, but manages to make her presence felt in the small amount of time she graces the screen during the first couple of episodes. Kaafir is currently streaming on ZEE5.

Hollywood Rewind | Steve Carell starrer Dan in Real Life is a sweet, touching tale of love

Run-of-the-mill romantic comedies can often be monotonous, dry and loud. However, Steve Carell starrer Dan in Real Life is none of those things.

T Series chariman Bhushan Kumar: If you don’t put out good content, people will not consume it

Music label and production company T Series has become the world's most subscribed YouTube channel. Indianexpress.com recently had a chat with the company's chairman Bhushan Kumar and president of media and marketing Vinod Bhanushali on T Series' exponential growth, its success on social media and its future.

Hollywood Rewind | Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park is a wonderfully evocative film

It is said that filmmaker Steven Spielberg invested in developing a company called DTS which specialised in creating special surround sound effects for the movie, including the sounds of the massive extinct beings. Upon its release, Jurassic Park was hailed a critical as well as commercial success, earning over 900 million dollars at the worldwide box office.

Hollywood Rewind | Disney’s Tangled is a charming tale of friendship and love

Animated movies can be visually appealing and narratively rich as their live-action counterparts. In fact, I was not a believer a decade ago. But then I somehow happened to watch Disney's 2010 twist on the age-old story of Rapunzel.

The Hot Zone first impression: Julianna Margulies starrer is slow but engaging

The Hot Zone is plain exhausting at first but promises a better time with the second episode. As they say; try, try until you get better. And this show does.

Hollywood Rewind | Brad Pitt, Anthony Hopkins starrer Meet Joe Black is scrumptious

Meet Joe Black might not rank anywhere in the '100 best Hollywood movies of all time' list, but it does exactly what a good film should do -- celebrate life and create wonderful moments while doing it.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood trailer: Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio’s chemistry is crackling

The trailer of Quentin Tarantino's ninth film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood shows the bond between Rick Dalton and his stunt double Cliff Booth, played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt, respectively.

Hollywood Rewind | Halle Berry and Heath Ledger steal the show in Monster’s Ball

Monster's Ball is, by no definition, easy on the eyes or on the mind. Of course, it's not gory, but it is a painful, heartwrenching watch. And Halle Berry is stupendous as the woman who has lost everything.

Hollywood Rewind | Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet tug at the heartstrings in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

The writing is impeccable, the visuals lovely and the chemistry between Winslet and Carrey is electric in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. I would say those are more than enough reasons to stream the movie ASAP.

Hollywood Rewind | Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks’ You’ve Got Mail is a deliciously packed rom-com

The Nora Ephron directorial is a winsome movie that perfectly encapsulates the angst of being in love with someone you think you can never be with.

Hollywood Rewind | Ryan Gosling is breathtaking in Half Nelson

Half Nelson is considered Ryan Gosling's breakout performance for which he was even nominated for an Oscar in the Best Actor category.

Hollywood Rewind | Brad Pitt proves his skill sets in David Fincher directorial Fight Club

For me, one of the biggest takeaways from Fight Club was Brad Pitt can act. So, if you, like me, only thought of Pitt as a pretty face, think again.

Hollywood Rewind | Meryl Streep starrer Doubt makes you think hard

In this week’s Hollywood Rewind, we take a look at 2008's Doubt. The Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, Viola Davis and Philip Seymour Hoffman starrer is a gem that deserves multiple viewings.

Hollywood Rewind | Christian Bale is equal parts funny and dangerous in American Psycho

Released in 2000, American Psycho is in parts hilarious, in parts surreal and in the remaining parts plays out like a horror flick. Based on Bret Easton Ellis' novel of the same name, the Mary Harron directorial has, over the years, become a cult film. And not without reason.

Hanna first impression: The Esme Creed-Miles starrer can hold your attention

Amazon Prime Video's latest offering Hanna is based on the 2011 Joe Wright movie of the same name. However, in the web series version, we see a richer, more humane protagonist.

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