Pareeksha movie review: A moving tale of a class-ridden school system and caste with the incredible Adil Hussain
Pareeksha is a heart-rending account of a poor rickshaw puller determined to help his son escape poverty by giving him the best education available in the city
Prakash Jha, Adil Hussain on telling the story of a rickshaw-puller's quest for son's education in ZEE5 film Pareeksha
Prakash Jha tackles the issue of education for the underprivileged in Pareeksha: The Final Test, that releases today on 6 August on ZEE5.
Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl releases on Netflix on 12 August while Lovecraft Country drops on 17 August on Disney+ Hotstar
Pareeksha – The Final Test debuted at the 50th International Film Festival of India last year in Goa.
Axone movie review: A clever yet meandering satire on discrimination against Northeast migrants in Delhi
Though it could have been a compelling satire or a delectable thriller, Axone is treated like a slice-of-life drama that ends up adding too many ingredients to its broth.
Delhi Crime Season 2: Real-life IAS officer Abhishek Singh to feature in second instalment of Netflix's cop drama
Abhishek Singh boarded Delhi Crime Season 2 after he received a call from casting director Mukesh Chhabra.
From Marriage Story to Made in Heaven, how mediators influenced rocky relationships on screen this year
Marriage mediators, ranging from divorce lawyers (Marriage Story) to wedding planners (Made in Heaven), had a field day on the small screen this year.
Nirvana Inn movie review: Adil Hussain-starrer works best when exploring its protagonist’s tortured psyche
Nirvana Inn, Vijay Jayapal’s second feature film, is awash with symbols, fearlessly complex, mysterious, atmospheric and impeccably performed by its lead actors. It lodges the tale of a man’s increasingly harrowing reckoning with his past into the wide but pointed template offered by the horror genre.
Dharamshala International Film Festival 2019: Gitanjali Rao's Bombay Rose closes event; Priya Sen wins top honour
Bombay Rose, which Gitanjali Rao has directed, written, edited and designed, has been frame-by-frame painted and turned into animation
Dharamshala International Film Festival 2019 to kick off on 7 November; Gitanjali Rao's Bombay Rose to close event
Lijo Jose Pellissery's Jallikkattu and Gurvinder Singh's Khanaur are among the films that are part of Dharamshala International Film Festival's lineup
MAMI 2019 Day 1 and 2 highlights: Nivin Pauly, Sobhita Dhulipala's Moothon opens festival; Axone, The Wayfarers premiere
MAMI 2019, the 21st edition of the film festival, will take place from 17 to 24 October.
Adil Hussain has starred in films like Kabir Singh, What Will People Say and Life of Pi.
Adil Hussain ends association as brand ambassador of Pondicherry International Film Festival ahead of second edition
Festival director Saibal Chatterjee, advisors Utpal Borpujari and Sanjay Sarma have also withdrawn their association with the festival ahead of its second edition.
Meal: Abhiroop Basu on latest short starring Adil Hussain, and taking it to film festivals around the world
Abhiroop Basu’s Meal, starring Adil Hussain, won the Best Short Film award at the Ottawa Indian Film Festival Awards.
Kabir Singh has crossed the opening day collection of Shahid Kapoor-starrer Padmaavat (Rs 19 crore) to become his biggest opening yet.
Kabir Singh joins the list of big releases like Bharat, Kalank and Gully Boy to be made available on Tamilrockers a day after the release.
Kabir Singh movie review: Shahid Kapoor's intensity is mined for a horrific, harrowing ode to misogyny
Kabir Singh is the Bollywood remake of the 2017 Tollywood blockbuster Arjun Reddy starring Vijay Sai Deverakonda and Shalini Pandey in the roles played in this Hindi version by Shahid Kapoor and Kiara Advani.
2.0 makers had earlier released a statement that said that the Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar-starrer would hit China screens in May
Adil Hussain on the response to Delhi Crime, power of streaming, and why he isn't a reactionary anymore
Adil Hussain says there is a new-found respect for independent art as we are grooming and educating a different set of audience with streaming platforms.
Delhi Crime: Netflix series based on 2012 gangrape case is brutal and relentless, but can’t be missed
Delhi Crime is bound to make you uncomfortable when you’re forced to reconcile with the fact that you’re binging on the story of trauma.