Featuring Rasika Dugal and Talha Arshad Reshi in lead roles, Hamid released on March 15.
In an exclusive conversation, Ashwini Kalsekar opens up on the real-life impact of her vile women characters and the daily grind that is Indian television.
In a career spanning over 25 years, Jaya Bhattacharya has consistently broken stigma by constantly exploring the grey, and how.
Patriotic film titles are in demand more than ever after Uri’s success and the Pulwama terror attack.
Kriti Sanon opens up on playing small-town girls on screen and her new-found love for comedies.
Ahead of Luka Chuppi, Bollywood’s newest star Kartik Aaryan talks about films, speculations, expectations and getting used to it all.
Bollywood’s most wanted man right now—Pankaj Tripathi—shares it all in a freewheeling, candid conversation.
From Dharavi to Gully Boy—Divine bares it all.
Kareena was speaking at the launch of Swasth Immunised India, a year-long campaign promoting immunisation.
Up close and personal with Vijay Varma—the outsider among outsiders.
Stars taking up character roles is a win-win for everyone—actors, filmmakers, audiences and the craft. Because after all, a role is defined by its impact and not screen time.
As a female actor what do you do when you want more than what you’re given? You take matters in your own hands.
Kala Ghoda Arts Festival’s Heritage Bus Tour introduces you to Old Bombay as if it was an old friend you were meeting after years. There’s history, nostalgia, a lot of catching up and some guilt for not revisiting more often.
In a first, India’s ace shuttler took the centrestage on Sunday to display Misfit Panda’s latest shoe collection called The Secret Garden.
Mary Queen of Scots has bagged two Oscar nods—one for makeup and hairstyling, the other for costume design.