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.
Firstpost at Sundance: Netflix's Delhi Crime reconstructs 2012 gang-rape case with sensitivity, not sensationalism
Though the incident Delhi Crime addresses happened over six years ago, it does not limit the urgency of the show's narrative.
Sundance Film Festival 2019: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Sanya Malhotra's Photograph earns positive reviews
Sundance Film Festival 2019 showcased films Photograph and Ghode Ko Jalebi Khilane Le Ja Riya Hoon, and the series Delhi Crime Story.
Radhika Apte plays Meghna, a public relations executive, in Bombairiya.
Village Rockstars is set in Rima Das' own village of Chhaygaon in Assam. It is the story of "poor but amazing children" who live a fun-filled life.
Iram Haq on directing Norway's entry to Oscars 2019 What Will People Say, and working with cousin Riz Ahmed
Iram Haq talks about how she retained her objectivity as a filmmaker while telling the story of What Will People Say, heavily influenced by her own tragedy.
Rajinikanth's 2.0 in trouble after cell companies lodge complaint, demand CBFC certificate to be revoked
Cell companies lodged a complaint against 2.0 for showing the use of phones in a bad light.
Arpita Chatterjee puts in a terrific performance in Abyakto, a film that is sure to enthral you with its charm
Akshay Kumar on Crow Man make up for 2.0: To get this look right I must’ve taken longer than female lead
Akshay Kumar's role as Crow Man in 2.0 marks his debut in the Tamil film industry.
2.0 is slated to release on 29 November
2.0 is a sequel of the 2010 film Enthiran -- released in Hindi as Robot.
2.0 trailer may devote more screen time to Akshay Kumar than Rajinikanth, after backlash against teaser
The teaser for Akshay Kumar and Rajnikanth-starrer 2.0 released on Ganesh Chaturthi
The second day of the PIFF is a somber affair with two films, Winter in Lviv and Reservation discussing social struggles as a result of war and policy respectively
The screening will be followed by a reception to honour the Love Sonia team
During the process of research, I got involved in actual rescue missions and was working with the girls...Everything (in Love Sonia) is based from what I have seen or experienced myself, or the stories from these girls - Tabrez Noorani
Love Sonia's acting performances recompense for some of its directorial and script limitations.
Adil Hussain's What Will People Say declared Norway's official entry for Best Foreign Film at Oscars 2019
What Will People Say is set in Pakistan and Norway and traces how a Pakistani immigrant family deals with a teenage daughter's affair with a local boy
Love Sonia is set to hit the theatres on 14 September, 2018