Vivek Agnihotri on The Kashmir Files: 'I wanted to make a film about people who did not pick up guns'
"There are so many stories about India that reflect everything but the truth. We have always shown Kashmir as a haven of terrorism, but that’s not the only truth. I wanted to show the reality," says Vivek Agnihotri.
Vivek Oberoi on his process of preparing for a role: 'I sit down and write a fictitious autobiography of the character that I play'
'I have been doing it since the first film as it helps me in understanding the character better. I follow his back story and it allows me to connect with the character,' says Vivek Oberoi.
As Bhumi Pednekar and Ayushmann Khurrana’s Dum Laga Ke Haisha completes seven years, here is a look at how the film helped in breaking stereotypes about fat women and their limitations.
Madhuri Dixit on Netflix's The Fame Game: Wanted to break stereotypes around age and comeback of a female actor
"We have addressed the fact that it’s always a comeback for a female actor, even if she was away for a few months, and never for a male actor, even if he was away for years. These things are important to be discussed," says Madhuri Dixit.
‘Every time people have tried to put me in a box, I have refused’: Huma Qureshi on playing Juhi in Mithya
'I’ve never played a professor on-screen either, let alone a Hindi professor. It is a nice way to be part of a project that allows me to do something new,' Huma Qureshi on her character in Mithya.
As Tom and Jerry turn 82, we catch up with Cartoon Network's South Asia Network Head Abhishek Dutta to talk about its evolution in India.
'Audiences have evolved and are ready for more mature, better content': Ananya Panday, Dhairya Karwa on Gehraiyaan
'Our story is going to reach the right audience. It's wonderful to see how brave and unabashed stories are being told on OTT platforms,' Shakun Batra, Ananya Panday, Dhairya Karwa, and Siddhant Chaturvedi say.
Deepika Padukone on Gehraiyaan: 'I took my time to understand if I can do such a layered, complex character'
"I went through a career lull where I was confused. That reflected in my poor choices, and from there, I grew, evolved, and accepted myself, and that started reflecting in my choices and performances," says Deepika Padukone in an exclusive interview.
‘Cannot imagine Hasee Toh Phasee without Parineeti, Sidharth’: Director Vinil Mathew as film completes 8 years
'I have many fond memories from Hasee Toh Phasee. Earlier, we titled it 'Hasta la vista Su Badam Pista'. But then everyone felt we needed a more accessible title, so we changed it to Hasee Toh Phasee,' says director Vinil Mathew.
'With projects like Brahmastra, we are positive that it'll completely transform the expectations of our audience in terms of visual storytelling and create a benchmark for filmmakers across platforms,' Namit Malhotra said.
Looop Lapeta is perfect combination of comedy and thriller: Taapsee Pannu, Tahir Raj Bhasin, director Aakash Bhatia discuss
Actors Taapsee Pannu and Tahir Raj Bhasin, and director Aakash Bhatia, open up on their mind-bending film Looop Lapeta, which streams on Netflix on 4 February.
‘It's not okay, we should glorify treating women with respect’: Rapper Raftaar on songs objectifying women
Raftaar talks about the importance of lyrics, his music label Kalamkaar, his hit numbers, and more.
With news of B-Town stars testing COVID-19 positive everyday, will Bollywood postpone releases again? While the release of Jersey, Brahmastra have been postponed, Akshay Kumar's Bachchan Pandey, Rajkummar Rao's Badhaai Do, Laal Singh Chadha are set to release in theatres.
Anand L Rai on Raksha Bandhan, Good Luck Jerry, Action Hero: ‘Each story will be different’ from what you’ve already watched’
'Time will decide if we’ll opt for theatre release or choose OTT platforms. We are here to make stories, however, whatever I’ve worked on, it has been for theatre,' says Anand L Rai.
In an exclusive interview, Dr Shriram Nene talks about the pandemic, how the new COVID-19 variant is impacting heart, his plans to reach out to far more patients through social media, and more.
I didn’t learn dialogues, just followed the young actors to make it look relatable: Sanjay Mishra on 36 Farmhouse
'When actors put in so much effort to learn dialogues, they often forget the emotions,' says 36 Farmhouse actor Sanjay Mishra.
Sanya Malhotra on five years in Bollywood, response to Meenakshi Sundareshwar, and signing Sam Bahadur
"Sam Bahadur is special because I am going to be working with Meghana Gulzar. It’s a dream come true," says Sanya Malhotra.
Tracing the rise of India’s hip-hop scene: Baba Sehgal, Bohemia to Raftaar, Divine, Raja Kumari, Karma, Shah Rule, D'Evil
From the big labels to streaming giants and brands, they are all saying the same thing: hip-hop is the hottest independent music genre in India in 2022, and it is only going to get bigger.
Shefali Shah, Kirti Kulhari on their medical thriller show Human: It's when doctors, considered God, start playing God
"We have worked very hard and waited for long to get the right characters," say Human actors Shefali Shah and Kirti Kulhari.