Panipat trailer highlights the myopic portrayal of Afghani characters in recent Bollywood films, from Padmaavat to Kesari
Sanjay Dutt 's character in Panipat is a continuum of the single-note Afghan characters we've been seeing in Bollywood films recently, to eager to prove its nationalist bent.
Taapsee Pannu on being quite the argumentative Indian in her growing up years and valuable life’s lessons from her parents.
Anees Bazmee on sustaining a career as a comedy writer, and why one man’s comedy is another man’s tragedy
Aneez Bazmee's mad caper, Pagalpanti, staring Anil Kapoor, Arshad Warsi and John Abraham, is releasing in November this year.
"Why do I have to be a politician? You must align with your country," says Kangana Ranaut.
'I can’t write a book about any part of my life. I can’t even have a competitive husband angle': Ratna Pathak Shah
Theatre is a big binding force in the ‘happily-ever-after story’ of actors Naseeruddin Shah and Ratna Pathak Shah.
Kriti Sanon is every inch the proud daughter as she steps out with her mother Geeta Sanon, a science professor in Delhi University to boot, for an episode of Family Matters.
After more than two decades in cinema, Tabu stands tall as one of the more individualistic actresses of our times.
On World Music Day, after T- Series becomes the biggest YouTube channel in the world, Bhushan Kumar talks about the secret behind their Numero Uno status.
Bharat is a slice-of-life story with maturity and restraint often lacking in a typical film featuring Salman Khan
Deepika Padukone and her mother Ujjala Padukone in a first-of-its-kind conversation with Priyanka Sinha Jha about the deep influence mom has had on her illustrious daughter