Love Sonia, featuring Rajkummar Rao, Manoj Bajpayee, Richa Chadha, to release in India on 14 September
Tabrez Noorani's Love Sonia centres around the vicious human trafficking network across India, Hong Kong and Los Angeles
Acclaimed Bengali director Goutam Ghose will return to Hindi cinema with Adil Hussain's One Day In The Rains
Goutam Ghose's One Day In The Rains, that stars Adil Hussain, Tilottama Shome and Neeraj Kabi, is presently being shot in Jharkhand.
Delhi Police Special Cell filed a charge sheet in the case of the two Kashmiris who were arrested for allegedly hacking 500 Indian websites and posting "pro-Pakistan" slogans.
Maati movie review: Paoli Dam, Adil Hussain's performances keep you engrossed in a film that tends to drags on
Though the script often drags on in Maati, the performances ensure you remain invested throughout.
Pondicherry International Film Festival to screen over 100 films from 25 countries; special focus on French cinema, art and culture
France is the partner country for Pondicherry International Film Festival and will have a special section on independent Tamil cinema
Ahare Mon movie review: Adil Hussain, Anjan Dutt shine in this feel-good drama plagued by lazy writing
In Ahare Mon, Pratim D Gupta manages to gather a talented group of actors to play characters who ought to have been written better.
Adil Hussain on why films made on Partition become 'victims': They don't get proper cross-border release
Adil Hussain opined that producers and distributors should collaborate ensuring films made on either side reach out to audiences of both the countries.
Adil Hussain against CBFC banning films like his Unfreedom: They are not sociologists or psychologists
Adil Hussain-starrer Unfreedom, which was earlier banned by the Censor Board, released in India and other countries on the streaming site Netflix in April.
Bioscopewala provides refreshing take on Rabindranath Tagore's Kabuliwala in a strong woman-led film
Bioscopewala is a film about memories. At least half the movie takes place in the piecing together of old memories of childhood, riots and filial love.
Bioscopewala trailer: Danny Denzongpa brings to life Rabindranath Tagore's iconic Kabuliwala character
Kabuliwala, the iconic short story by Rabindranath Tagore, has been adapted into a feature film by director Deb Medhekar
Adil will be the chief guest at the event, which will also be attended by Pickurflick founder and CEO Abhishek Sinha and National Award-winning filmmaker Utpal Borpujari.
Unfreedom director on censorship row: 'Showed me how important it is to make your art the way you want'
Director Raj Amit Kumar tells us about his long battle to get his debut feature, Unfreedom, released.
Calling it a “heartless act”, Soundarya Rajinikanth, filmmaker and superstar’s daughter, expressed her displeasure over the leak of teaser via her Twitter handle.
Pankaj Tripathi in Newton to Akshaye Khanna in Ittefaq — Bollywood's breakthrough performances in 2017
This year, big Bollywood stars were overshadowed by stand-out or breakthrough performances.
The Dharamshala International Film Festival will have a range of films screened this year - Mukti Bhawan, A Death in the Gunj, Machines, Village Rockstar, to name a few.
What Will People Say is a coming-of-age tale that follows a young girl’s tumultuous life as she tries to survive in a world rife with cultural clashes.
Akshay Kumar to have a 'different voice' in 2.0; actor says details being worked on by director Shankar
Akshay Kumar will have a different voice in Shankar's 2.0 along with having a different avatar
Dobaara fails to recover from the absolute lack of energy that sets in in the first hour.
The villain of horror film Dobaara - See Your Evil, adapted from Oculus, is a haunted mirror.