President Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu and Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the people on Diwali.
Filmmaker colleagues of Asif Basra, who died this week, remember him as a gentle, thoughtful actor who could be moulded into any part.
Peppered with endearing performances by Rajkummar Rao, Abhishek Bachchan and Sanya Malhotra, 'Ludo' has its moments but eventually collapses under its own weight.
Pratik Gandhi did everything from installing cellphone towers to dancing at birthday parties before finding success by playing Harshad Mehta in ‘Scam 1992’
The director of films such as 'Shahid' and 'Aligarh' talks about a new phase in his career, negotiating the demands of Bollywood, and Kangana Ranaut.
The actor opens up about ‘Mirzapur 2’ on Amazon Prime, struggling to say ‘no’ and his biggest insecurities as an actor.
Big Bollywood filmmakers are waiting to see how smaller films perform, while independent filmmakers feel big films should bear the risk. Caught in between are theatre owners.
In the cacophonic debris of remixes and reboots, Munir’s words are a throwback to a time when a song spoke of a character’s inner life. Here, the writer-lyricist breaks down some of her finest lines.
The image shared by the news agency reminded cinephiles of a scene from Dibakar Banerjee's 'Khosla Ka Ghosla'
Why should the collective burden of standing up against State repression always fall on Swara, Richa, Taapsee, Anurag, Anubhav and co?
"A lot of things change when you keep doing it for a very long time. Two things happen: you lose the ability to surprise the audience and the ability to fail gets taken away from you."
How did you arrive at the decision of pushing your next film Raees, which was supposed to clash with Sultan [starring Salman Khan], to next year? Is this because of how Dilwale fared against Bajirao Mastani last Christmas, when they released on the same day?