Konkona Sensharma on her clutter-breaking short in Ajeeb Daastaans: 'Was surrounded, supported by authentic voices'
"There's something very contemporary about his outlook. I love his politics and aesthetics," Konkona Sensharma says about working with director Neeraj Ghaywan in Geeli Pucchi, where she plays a Dalit woman.
'It was liberating to create multidimensional, flawed characters': Ajeeb Daastaans team discuss 'twisted' Netflix anthology
Shefali Shah, Manav Kaul, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Shashank Khaitan open up about an equally heart-warming and heartbreaking film.
"People were sceptical about the unconventional plot until I met Farhan Akhtar who flipped on the subject," says Aadar Jain, who makes his second onscreen appearance with Hello Charlie, an Excel Entertainment comedy premiering on Amazon Prime Video this Friday.
OMG! Yeh Mera India host Krushna Abhishek, History TV18's Avinash Kaul on the show's growing success
With over 18 crore audience on television and more than 84 crore digital viewers, OMG! Yeh Mera India has garnered tremendous response with every season.
“It’s a very complex character," says Sanya Malhotra about Sandhya, from her upcoming film Pagglait, which premieres on Netflix on 26 March.
"I don’t want to get a moment where I stop thinking, stop imagining, stop performing. But if the role demands no interaction, I just sit in a corner and try not to disturb the pitch, or the mood of the character, or the scene."
"I have never seen characters as black or white, all the characters I have done live in a grey world, which I find to be very relatable."
Amruta Subhash on starring in Netflix's Bombay Begums: Grateful I'm offered roles which make me vulnerable
Amruta Subhash says she found her Bombay Begums role of Lily difficult also because she needed strength to dance continuously for many hours.
The Married Woman's lead actors Ridhi Dogra and Monica Dogra talk about bringing to screen the love story of a same sex couple.
Parineeti Chopra on The Girl On The Train: It will be a landmark film; I wasn't just acting, I had gone into a trance
"I may do 300 films in my life, I don’t know, but this will be the landmark film in my head, because it changed me, it made me who I am at this moment."
"I am not a popular television actor, so much love coming my way makes me humble," says Bigg Boss 14 runner-up Rahul Vaidya.
"At the beginning of the show I felt living in Bigg Boss house was not my cup of tea," says Rubina Dilaik, who was announced winner of Bigg Boss 14 on Sunday.
Amit Sadh and Amrita Puri open up about sharing screen space after #KaiPoChe and how difficult it was to portray real-life characters in Zee5's Jeet Ki Zid
Swara Bhasker, Sumeet Vyas, Amol Parashar, Naveen Kasturia discuss their horror comedy show Aapkey Kamrey Mein Koi Rehta Hai
Swara Bhasker opens up about the difficulties of her role in Aapkey Kamrey Mein Koi Rehta Hai, which required suspension of disbelief
Gauahar Khan on playing Maithili in Amazon Prime's Tandav, her love for reality shows: 'I fit into every medium'
Gauahar Khan, who recently grabbed headlines when she tied the knot with her beau Zaid Darbar, says that she has been garnering a lot of praise from the industry and people for the nine-part political drama Tandav, created and directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.
Anil Kapoor, an actor who has reinvented himself and has always managed to stay relevant without a lull in his career, says he is 'more fearless' about the roles he selects.
"I wasn’t expecting my eviction, I wanted to win the show but I am grateful to my fans who got me till this stage in the game," says Jasmin Bhasin
Tribhanga director Renuka Shahane, actors Kajol, Tanvi Azmi discuss mother-daughter dynamic in Netflix film
Tribhanga is the kind of film that'll probably sensitise children towards their mothers, so that they don't expect their mothers to be superhumans all the time.
Karisma Kapoor is an institution, wouldn't dare to ape her: Sara Ali Khan on starring in Coolie No 1 remake
Sara Ali Khan discusses working on Coolie No 1 and why, despite wishing the film had a theatrical release, she's satisfied with it opting for a digital premiere.
Richa Chadha on comparison of Shakeela to The Dirty Picture: It's fine as they're comparing us to a good film and good actor
Richa Chadha and director Indrajit Lankesh discuss Shakeela, biopic of the South Indian actress, now out in cinemas.