How filmmakers have plotted their versions of the Indrani Mukerjea case.
Can two superheroes co-exist or will one have to necessarily annihilate the other this weekend?
How “tedious” it is to travel through the clean, polite skies outside India.
There has to be stricter laws and accountability for drunken driving.
The recent success of Tanu Weds Manu Returns and Piku has proved that the script is the most crucial component of a film.
Hits & misses of the naming game
It takes enormous courage and fortitude to make public your private pain.
Are our celebs sharing too much?
On the menu are gatecrashers, entitled wannabes and cause celebrities
How fine cuisine create bonds between diverse cultures
Lensmen have their day in the limelight
Video clips floating on the web serve many a purpose — vendetta, vindication or just vicarious thrill.
It’s heartening that PK is breaking box-office records in the face of controversy, but cultural terrorism must stop.
New Year celebrations for carmakers will be muted this year, and car buyers will also find their wallets lighter...
The perils of being a film critic in the midst of mediocrity and mayhem.
The social order at big ticket soirees
With the ban lifted, male make-up artists should welcome women into the fold for healthy competition.
It’s time we paid attention to the racist terms we use daily
Festivals are the badge we wear to enter the privileged space of extended weekends
The new secular India is all about living and letting other people live.