Irrfan Khan passes away: Nimrat Kaur, Deepak Dobriyal on why they feel fortunate to have worked with the late actor
Irrfan Khan's collaborators from his last days, Deepak Dobriyal and Akarsh Khurama, and longtime co-star Jimmy Sheirgill detail accounts of working with him.
Irrfan Khan dies at 53: A rare and magnetic talent that held filmmakers, writers and audiences in thrall
With films like The Lunchbox, Irrfan khan reminded his fans that in this new mature phase of his career, the possibilities were endless.
Irrfan Khan's official spokesperson confirmed the news of the actor's death with a statement.
As Yash Raj Films turns 50, listing the production house's underrated gems, from Doosra Aadmi to Titli
Yash Raj Films has churned out over a dozen blockbusters since 1970 but it has also offered many films that were equally good yet less successful.
On her 36th birthday, Shilpa Rao sings 10 tracks that made her an unrivaled singer, from Tose Naina to Ghungroo
Shilpa Rao goes down the memory lane to talk about 10 varied songs (and sings them too!) after winning her first major award for 'Ghungroo' this year.
Saif Ali Khan, Taapsee Pannu, Aanand L Rai, Kanika Dhillon: How Bollywood celebs are making the most of isolation
While some indulge in a creative or therapeutic activity during the isolation period, the others give a though to the migrant labourers' plight.
Hardik Mehta on how Kaamyaab originated, directing Roohi Afzana, and how he made inroads into the industry
Hardik Mehta talks about how he belongs to a very 'filmy' family, experimenting with the horror genre in Roohi Afzana, and will to dabble in various genres.
From Angrezi Medium to Thappad, how characters are taking precedence over cameos in recent Bollywood films
Several prominent actors pop in and out of the narrative in films like Angrezi Medium, without their appearances being reduced to 'cameos' in the credits.
Deepak Dobriyal on working with Irrfan Khan in Angrezi Medium: 'He's a fighter, never made us feel like he was unwell'
Deepak Dobriyal talks about reuniting with Irrfan Khan, working with Radhika Madan in Angrezi Medium, and how he balances mainstream with parallel cinema.
On Aamir Khan's 55 birthday, listing 10 films I couldn't help loving, even as a non-fan of the accomplished actor
Growing up in the '90s, I had to show my loyalty towards only one star, and it was not Aamir Khan. But it could not stop me from loving the actor he is.
Fought really hard for my role in Angrezi Medium as I got to work with Irrfan Khan so early in my career: Radhika Madan
Radhika Madan talks about playing a 17-year-old in Angrezi Medium, and how observing Irrfan Khan on set was an acting masterclass.
Cargo director Arati Kadav on challenges of making an indie sci-fi film, and perks of a screening at SXSW
Arati Kadav's debut film Cargo, starring Vikrant Massey and Shweta Tripathi, premiered at the 21st MAMI Mumbai Film Festival last year.
You can imagine how uninspiring the script is that despite all this high-adrenaline action, Baaghi 3 lacks fire.
Debutant director Hardik Mehta keeps the tone of Kaamyaab humorous, often satirical, tinged with pathos, and always respectful.
Tiger Shroff is no Baaghi; the action star's appeal is restricted to homogeneous roles in the age of versatility
It is ironic Tiger Shroff is the face of the Baaghi franchise since he is not rebellious by any standard when it comes to defying tricks of the trade.
Thappad movie review: Taapsee Pannu’s most potent film yet is a resounding slap in the face of misogyny
Thappad is designed to make us uncomfortable about our milieu and compel us to introspect about our own complicity in patriarchy.
Before Anubhav Sinha turned to social dramas, he made films with 'mind blowing' music, like Dus and Cash
Let Anubhav Sinha not forget he gave us gems like 'Dus Bahane', 'Cash', 'Mind Blowing Mahia', 'Deedar De', and made a cult out of Shamita Shetty.
Ayushmann Khurrana on Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan: 'This film is targeted for the average Indian homophobe'
Ayushmann Khurrana explains why Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan has been designed as a family entertainer, aimed at penetrating the lowest common denominator.
With Bhoot, Gunjan Saxena, Dostana 2 and Takht, Dharma Productions seems to be going through a revival
Dharma Productions has gotten a new lease of life with Karan Johar encouraging genres like horror, biopic, and historicals.
Vicky Kaushal on experimenting with Bhoot - Part One: The Haunted Ship, and why he's scared of watching horror films
Vicky Kaushal discusses the shift in his technique while switching from comedy and drama to horror, where much is left to the actor's imagination.