How I survived the Zoom-bie apocalypse: 2020 offered (virtual) front row seats to everything we wanted to see
For every closed door this year, a window opened virtually.
Narendra Modi's Man vs Wild episode premiered in 180 countries, ushering aur achche din for Discovery at least, which played it back to back on their channel.
Anupam Kher on showing a judge's dilemma in One Day, and why his autobiography is celebration of his failures
“People treat 35 years like, okay, now it’s time to retire. But no! This is just the interval for me,” says Anupam Kher, ahead of his autobiography launch.
The Tashkent Files movie review: High on hysteria and hamming, Vivek Agnihotri's film comes off as a cheap trick
Director Vivek Agnihotri’s purpose behind Tashkent Files is as clear as day light, but he spends 144 minutes trying to hide it
Modi: Journey of a Common Man review — Dramatic performances, selective re-telling of political events
In the middle of the drama around PM Narendra Modi biopic's theatrical release, five episodes of a web series titled Modi: Journey of a Common Man are quietly streaming on Eros Now.
The #MeToo movement in the West brought down 201 powerful men. We are nothing close to this number in Bollywood.
Throughout the four short films that constitute Flip, Bejoy Nambiar remains restrained but in no way does he water down things.
The Least of These movie review: Graham Staines biopic starring Sharman Joshi is unremarkable, melodramatic
Hollywood production The Least of These is a missed opportunity for a telling biopic of a brave and selfless man and, instead, ends up becoming fuzzy and overdramatic.
Gone Kesh movie review: An important take on hair-normative culture that relies too much on assumptions
Gone Kesh is an important story to tell in the hair-normative culture we live in, where hair is seen as representative of femininity
As others continue their obsession with all things mainstream, nominees of one of the quietest categories at the Oscars, the short film category, are gearing up to take home the greatest honour
Perumal Murugan: 'Our society doesn’t have the right attitude towards reading and engaging with a book'
Today, with six novels, four collections of short stories and four anthologies of poetry in his folio, Perumal Murugan is not only a crucial voice in Tamil literature, but also a professor of the same.
Four More Shots Please! review: Amazon Prime Video India Original fails to make its characters worth rooting for
Four More Shots Please! ends up being more raunchy than rich, despite its woke cast, convincing performances and 10 layers of gloss on every frame.
Relatable review: Ellen DeGeneres' Netflix comedy special is a warm bowl of soup on a cold December night
Ellen DeGeneres' comedy special is no Nanette. Relatable is classic old school escapist comedy, observational and confessional.
If one had Sabyasachi, the other had Ralph Lauren; if one had a lake, the other had a palace (fairytale weddings, remember?); if one scored Bollywood, the other scored the Prime Minister
Inspired by the recently released Amazon Prime original web series Mirzapur, VICE India’s latest is a “crime documentary” titled क Se Crime.
Aside from a few redeeming moments, Mirzapur remains profane, graphic and destructive, but never explosive. Despite all the bangs, it ends up in a whimper.
Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival Day 7 highlights: Colombian film Birds of Passage, Steve McQueen's Widows
Birds of Passage was the screened at the Director’s Fortnight in Cannes this year and was among the most talked about films at the 20th Jio MAMI Film Festival.
Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival Day 6: Darren Aronofsky's masterclass, Amos Gitai’s A Tramway In Jerusalem
Highlights from Day 6 of Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival: Darren Aronofsky's insightful masterclass and Amos Gitai’s A Tramway In Jerusalem.
Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival Day 5: Lucrecia Martel’s masterclass, Mohamed Siam’s powerful docu-feature Amal
Highlights from Day 5 of MAMI Film Festival: Lucrecia Martel’s masterclass, Royal Stag Select Barrel’s Large Short Films and Egyptian director Mohamed Siam’s docu-feature Amal.
Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival Day 4: Ghode Ko Jalebi Khilane Le Ja Riya Hoon, Woman At War and serpentine queues
Ghode Ko Jalebi Khilane Le Ja Riya Hoon, Sivaranjani and Two Other Women and Marathi film Dhappa stood out on Day 4 of MAMI.