Love Aaj Kal movie review: Sara Ali Khan is saddled with Kartik Aaryan and Imtiaz Ali's mind-numbing script
Love Aaj Kal 2020 is so godawfully boring, contrived and wannabe that it provoked some very unspiritual, unholy feelings in me.
Now that Imtiaz Ali completes 15 years in Bollywood, a look at his past films yet, which have another commonality besides the director — love in abundance.
Kartik Aaryan on Love Aaj Kal: I'm working out of my comfort zone for the first time and it’s a litmus test for me
Kartik Aaryan discusses moving away from comedy for Love Aaj Kal, and how 2020 will be even bigger for him than the last year.
Vidhu Vinod Chopra on returning to direction with Shikara, and why it's taking so long to make Munna Bhai 3
Vidhu Vinod Chopra talks state apathy for the plight of Kashmiri Pandits, and why he started making Shikara after the death of his mother.
Sara Ali Khan on being an Imtiaz Ali heroine in Love Aaj Kal: Wanted to experience the full journey of love at young age
Sara Ali Khan talks comprehending Imtiaz Ali's brand of love, and whether her off-screen rapport with Kartik Aaryan translates into good onscreen chemistry.
Shikara movie review: Vidhu Vinod Chopra's account of Kashmiri Pandit exodus is strikingly poetic but seldom urgent
Shikara is a romantic story at heart. But the refuge of love, though a balmy escape, becomes a cop-out when it is upheld as a panacea.
Saif Ali Khan, the unsung warrior: The actor's most redeeming quality is that he refuses to play it safe
Saif Ali Khan may play a wide range of characters on screen but he cannot help being himself, a true learned intellectual off-camera.
Jawaani Jaaneman director Nitin Kakkar on working with Saif Ali Khan: He doesn't make humour look cheap
Nitin Kakkar discusses discovering a new language for Jawaani Jaaneman, and how he rose above the box office failures of Filmistaan, Mitron, and Notebook.
Gul Makai movie review: Inspiring story of Malala Yousafzai is better documented in source material than this biopic
The script of Gul Makai feels like a compilation of information culled from news clippings, Wikipedia, and books on Malala Yousafzai.
Jawaani Jaaneman movie review: Saif Ali Khan takes jibes at middle age head on, Alaya F makes assured debut
Jawaani Jaaneman is a role tailor-made for Saif Ali Khan, and he plays it with glee.
20 years of Hrithik Roshan: How the actor has managed to maintain his superstar aura through highs and lows
Hrithik Roshan bridged the gap between the ilks of the 'seniors,' Khans, Akshay Kumar, and Ajay Devgn, and the 'juniors' Ranbir Kapoor and Ranveer Singh.
What's in a name? Love Aaj Kal borrows its title from the 2009 Imtiaz Ali film; Is it a sequel, reboot or reimagining?
Imtiaz Ali's upcoming Love Aaj Kal 2.0 only adds to the perennial confusion of Bollywood placing sequels, reboots and remakes under the same umbrella.
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior has its great moments, as well as its flaws, but the overall impact of the film is not the propaganda we were expecting.
Jai Mummy Di movie review: Pyaar Ka Punchnama's team returns with a not regressive, not progressive, not anything film
Jai Mummy Di is so poorly conceived and so so ordinary, that you have to wonder why this plain film was ever made.
Kajol on working with Ajay Devgn after 10 years, in Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior — 'It felt like home'
Kajol discusses playing Tanhaji's wife Savitribai, how she prepped for her first historical, and revisiting her Maharashtrian roots for the character.
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior movie review — Saif Ali Khan, Kajol's performances elevate Ajay Devgn's tepid film
Unlike Saif Ali Khan and Kajol, Ajay Devgn fails to take his character beyond the written word, which makes the protagonist of Tanhaji rather one-dimensional.
Chhapaak means well, no doubt, but the screenplay is surprisingly thin, which is surprising because of director Meghna Gulzar's brilliant track record.
Ahead of Ajay Devgn's 100th film, Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, recalling his ten most memorable performances
Ajay Devgn's best performances clearly prove why unlike the popular perception today, his talent lies far beyond the Singhams and the Golmaals.
Deepika Padukone visits JNU in solidarity with protesting students: Why optics and impact matter more than intent
Deepika Padukone's gesture places her at odds with a particularly vindictive government, known only to sing paeans to constructive debate.
From My Name Is Khan to Bajirao Mastani, ten films from the 2010s that could've benefited from a female perspective
My Name Is Khan, Zindagi Milegi Na Dobara, and Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani are some films from this decade that should have given more prominence to their interesting female characters.