In Thar, Anil Kapoor re-invents himself as a wounded police officer, proving his versatility over time
Netflix's Thar brings back Anil Kapoor back to relevance, a man who has mastered re-invention in the fluid world of acting.
For Netflix which has been dealing with challenging growth figures in India, might have found its formula to sustain interest by turning its focus on teenage and growing up tales,
Preceding the Korean phenomenon, the recent Japan films and TV shows offer an intriguing side to the lesser-known aspects of the nation
From The First Lady, Gaslit to Anatomy of a Scandal, women in US politics are stepping out of their shadows
These stories, from Julia Roberts-starrer Gaslit on Lionsgate Play to The First Lady on Voot Select, have ensured that the political wife will not be viewed as a doormat.
Alia Bhatt's decade-long successes are testimony to a change in what people watch, enjoy, and how stories have evolved in cinema.
Oscars 2022: By nominating Belfast, Licorice Pizza, West Side Story, Academy recognises the power of growing up tales in 2022
The Academy has kept rooted, simpler storytelling alive by nominating smaller films, some that have won at film festivals and might even be called alternate cinema.
Despite his films scoring 25 nominations, and his actors winning multiple times, Paul Thomas Anderson has never won an Oscar for Best Director. Will Licorice Pizza change that at Oscars 2022?
How shows like The Fame Game, and films like Tribhanga, Shakuntala Devi are finally embracing the idea of flawed motherhood
A common theme in the West, the idea of flawed motherhood and the mother's guilt had been pushed under the carpet by Hindi cinema for the longest time because it is uncomfortable to address.
Oscars 2021: How coming-of-age films and dramedies dominate Best Picture category in a pandemic-struck year
Coming-of-age films like CODA, Belfast, and Licorice Pizza have struck a chord with the young audience and made it to the Best Picture category at Oscars, otherwise reserved for more 'serious cinema.'
Hans Zimmer, who has received 12 Oscar nominations for Best Score, including for Christopher Nolan films like The Dark Knight and Dunkirk, chose Dune over the filmmaker's Tenet, scoring his 12th nomination in the process.
In 1950s and '60s, music flowed freely, without barriers of commercial priority or generalised conservatism. Bhupen Hazarika and Lata Mangeshkar became friends, sharing a common passion for music and poetry.
Always a defender of singers’ rights, Lata Mangeshkar criticised the mushrooming of reality shows across Indian television, pointing out that these 15 minutes of fame dilute the dedication that defines a singer
How dysfunctional marriage was a recurrent theme on screen in 2021, from Haseen Dillruba to Decoupled
The trend of evolving marriage stories has created a revision of the safest, most used, and most overdone formula of Hindi cinema — one that has sustained the myth of a perfect marriage.
As their impact grows across the spectrum, stories that highlight the growing menace of prescription drug abuse will inspire more interesting content in the years to come.
The ghost in Boomika is told to have autism but her involuntary movements, exaggerated facial expressions, repetitive tick of the head, and floppy body posture resemble those that have cerebral palsy, also a group of nervous disorders.
Chehre aims to cock a snook at the present-day fast-paced chasing of ambitions, money, and success but becomes too preachy at times
Casting directors gaining credibility over talent management agencies makes filmmaking a more transparent process
The role of casting directors has drastically enhanced from suppliers or coordinators to integral stakeholders of the filmmaking process.
"With NFDC becoming an integrated body, resources can be used better. It will also focus on developing content for OTT and on making films and explore better ways to achieve its goals," said Rahul Rawail.
Delhi Crime writer-director Richie Mehta on what it took to put together the International Emmy winning show
For Richie Mehta, writing and researching Delhi Crime is a four-year-long labour of love and research of the blood curdling 2012 gang rape and murder investigation.
Delhi Crime stars Shefali Shah, Rajesh Tailang on Netflix show's International Emmy, and reuniting for Season 2
"I couldn’t stop screaming when we won. I didn't hear my family congratulate me because I just couldn't stop screaming," says Shefali Shah.