Writer-director Sharat Katariya on the unusual subject of Dum Laga Ke Haisha and collaborating with Kanu Behl for Titli.
Qissa director Anup Singh signs Iranian actor Golshifteh Farahani for his next.
DDLJ's screening was extended after there was a public outcry over Maratha Mandir pulling out the film.
Anu Malik on making a comeback with Dum Laga Ke Haisha, surviving a decade without work and learning to collaborate with young artistes.
Filmmaker Anup Singh’s film Qissa maps his grandfather’s angst as a Partition refugee.
Constantly fighting against being typecast, Radhika Apte hopes 2015 will change the course of her career, beginning with Badlapur this Friday.
Roy rehashes every trick in the book that ensured these successes.
Tigers has seen the unlikely collaboration between Emraan Hashmi and Academy award-winning filmmaker Danis Tanovic.
Filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor talks about Dhanak, India’s only entry in Berlinale, and working with child actors
Actor Varun Dhawan on embracing his dark side in his next release Badlapur.
Home movies, an obscure film genre in India, will be in the spotlight at the next edition of FD Zone.
Sanjay Gupta on reinventing himself with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan starrer Jazbaa and why nothing is original.
Because of Ilaiyaraaja, Shamitabh is special.
An adaptation of Sholay re-imagines the 1975 classic as a cartoon series.
Young guns dominated the show at the 21st Life OK Screen Awards
R Balki on Shamitabh, his obsession with Amitabh Bachchan and Ilaiyaraaja’s inspiring music
Nihalani was appointed chairperson of the Censor Board, days after Leela Samson resigned as its chief.
Parth Bhalerao, Best Child Actor at Screen Awards, talks about his learnings from theatre and acting in films such as Bhoothnath Returns and Killa.
Girish Kulkarni talks about quitting engineering for acting and his journey from Pune’s amateur theatre circuit to becoming one of the forces behind new-wave Marathi cinema.
Bangladeshi filmmaker Mostofa Sarwar Farooki talks about his latest collaborative project No Land’s Man.
Film Khamoshiyan combines three genres-erotica, musical and supernatural thriller.
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.
Guest editor of Loksatta for a day, Gulzar dug deep into his memories.