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Jan 13, 2018
Mukkabaaz shows how Bollywood's successfully co-opted desi sports in its onscreen talesCinematically telling stories about desi sports is a smart choice and Mukkabaaz is only the latest example
Dec 09, 2017
With Gold, Soorma and more women-centric narratives, Bollywood sports films come of ageThe emergence of the biopic genre changed the fortunes of the sports film as Indian audiences have started to look at sports beyond cricket.
May 26, 2017
Sachin: A Billion Dreams review — Tendulkar’s story told from the heart leaves you enthralledThe Sachin biopic takes you on a journey of nostalgia and you are transported to a day and age where life was simple, and hopes of a country centred on the shoulders of a young, curly-haired Mumbaikar.
May 26, 2017
Sachin: A Billion Dreams review — Tendulkar's story is told captivatinglywe're bringing you a live review from the theatre, where Sachin: A Billion Dreams is being screened
Apr 26, 2017
Shraddha Kapoor will play Saina Nehwal in biopic based on badminton ace, not Deepika PadukoneSaina Nehwal was pleased with the decision to cast Shraddha Kapoor in the biopic based on her life
Jan 07, 2017
Dangal, Lagaan, Chak De! India, Paan Singh Tomar: The sports film as a political phenomenonThe phenomenal successes of Sultan and Dangal in 2016 make it apparent that the sports film has become a reliable commercial model in Indian cinema today — but this has not always been the case.
Oct 12, 2016
After MS Dhoni, Sushant Singh Rajput to play paralympian Murlikant PetkarSushant Singh Rajput's next project could see him playing 1972 Paralympic Games hero Murlikant Petkar
Apr 29, 2016
Fierce: Anushka Sharma's first look in 'Sultan' is even better than Salman Khan's!Anushka Sharma's first look in Sultan is out and the actress looks fierce as a wrestler
Feb 04, 2016
'Saala Khadoos' is an average film, but it deserves praise for how it shows womenSaala Khadoos somehow manages to do justice to its women characters without getting into tokenism