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Sep 28, 2017
A playlist of our favourite Lata Mangeshkar melodies — from 'Lag Jaa Gale' to 'Tum Aa Gaye Ho'A playlist of our favourite yesteryear's Lata Mangeshkar songs on her 88th birthday
Aug 18, 2017
On Gulzar's birthday, here are some of his best films from Koshish to Hu Tu TuWriter-poet-lyricist-director Gulzar celebrates his 83rd birthday today. He has given Bollywood some of its most cherished cinematic gems over these years.
Jun 20, 2017
Indu Sarkar isn't the first film to face the Congress' ire for its depiction of Gandhi family, EmergencyAandhi, Kissa Kursi Ka and 31st October are some of the other films that ran afoul of the Congress, before Indu Sarkar
Oct 20, 2016
Throwback Thursday: From Parzania to Black Friday, here are films that were stalled or bannedSatyajit Ray's Sikkim and Rahul Dholakia's Parzania suffered the same fate as Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.
Jun 09, 2016
CBFC should learn from history: 'Kissa Kursi Ka' holds lessons for Udta Punjab rowUdta Punjab is not the first time that the CBFC, also referred to as Censor Board has made outrageous demands to gag creativity.
Jan 17, 2014
Images: The beautiful Suchitra Sen in Aandhi, Deep Jwele Jaai and Harano SurSuchitra Sen passed away today morning after suffering from a heart attack. But the actress will be remembered for her performances in some of the finest films of Bengali cinema and Bollywood. Here is a look at some of Sen's best performances.
Jan 17, 2014
PM condoles 'graceful' Suchitra Sen's deathPrime Minister Manmohan Singh, condoled the death of noted actress Suchitra Sen, who he said had "carved a special niche" in the hearts of millions of Indians.
Jan 09, 2014
Bengali actress Suchitra Sen critical againSuffering from a respiratory tract infection, veteran actress Suchitra Sen's health turned critical today, doctors attending to her said.
Jun 30, 2012
Who's afraid of the big bad Emergency? BollywoodHindi cinema, like all other aspects of Indian life, was scarred by the Emergency. Dark days can make for riveting cinema. Then why do our filmmakers have such an Emergency-phobia? Did history end in 1947?