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Mohanlal and Ajay Devgn’s performances in the central roles of Drishyam 2’s Malayalam and Hindi versions respectively are equally terrific
While sharing the poster of his critically acclaimed film, Manoj claimed his role in Gali Guleiyan to be one of his “most challenging and rewarding roles”.
The actress claimed that as time passes the trio of stories, audience, and storytelling “is maturing.”
Hansal Mehta reacted to those who criticise his casting choice for his episode 'Baai' in Modern Love Mumbai.
Oh My Dog movie review: Arun Vijay's sweet, sappy film bogged down by commercial platitudes and predictable writing
Oh My Dog is predictable. Right from the first frame, you can guess how the film will unfold next. And there is no doubt about how the film will end. The only surprise we probably get is the degree of clumsiness.
Imogen Poots on transcending 'love interest' roles with Outer Range: I have had a tendency to flicker around the edges
"On Outer Range, Josh Brolin said to me, 'You should take up a little more space; you’re still unsure about that.' That's maybe a symptom of having been a student for too long," says Imogen Poots.
“I love being in front of the camera but I did not know until this that it was possible to become an actor because of my disability," says Darshana Ramgiri, a fashion blogger and content creator with cerebral palsy, on watching Jalsa.
Would any self-respecting actor (especially as passionate as Rishi Kapoor) have agreed to this hodge-podge that is equal parts of a ‘tribute’ and a barely salvaged film relying heavily on the generosity of its audience?
Actress Vidhatri Bandi opens up on working with Vidya Balan in ‘Jalsa’, her struggles in the entertainment industry and more.
Jalsa director Suresh Triveni responds to claims of his plot's convenience: Coincidence was a conscious choice
"We could have made the plot convoluted — newer characters, more events — to be more logical. But my fear was that I would move away from my central character and their emotions," says Suresh Triveni.
Devil's Advocate | What jars in the otherwise radical Jalsa is reinforcing of the noble servant stereotype
Ramu Kaka is back on screen again, and this time he is called Ruksana. Jalsa does not reengineer a status quo that has somewhat been challenged by international films like The White Tiger and Parasite.
Jalsa movie review: Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah light up a story of class, happenstance and the human conscience
Half the battle for Jalsa was won when Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah were roped in to share screen space.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 4 finally shows Midge as not another Mary Sue, but a self-preserving artist
In the new season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Midge's total likability, an eternal impediment to her complexity, feels a little bit earned. The show stops looking like a girl-boss fanfiction, an exercise in wish fulfillment.
The Boys Presents: Diabolical and Star Wars: Visions underline boundless potential of animated spin-off shows
When done right, the animated anthology allows us to both zoom in [look at specific, smaller stories] and zoom out, allowing a wider exploration of the far corners of these worlds in a way their live-action counterparts just haven't.
Sumaira Shaikh on the road to Dongri Danger, her first stand-up special: It's difficult for female comedians to get the numbers
"I’m sorry to say this but I think Indian audiences inherently relate more to the topics that the male comedians talk about," says Sumaira Shaikh.
How shows like The Fame Game, and films like Tribhanga, Shakuntala Devi are finally embracing the idea of flawed motherhood
A common theme in the West, the idea of flawed motherhood and the mother's guilt had been pushed under the carpet by Hindi cinema for the longest time because it is uncomfortable to address.
Shane review: Remarkably candid and thoroughly enjoyable, this Shane Warne documentary is a delightful journey
For the millions who did not see Shane Warne perform live, tuning in to this documentary will be the best 90 minutes they are likely to spend in front of their streaming medium.
Devil's Advocate | Hindi cinema's depiction of the writer is ludicrous — but that's how authors want to see themselves on screen
The portrayal of the writer in both Gehraiyaan and Bestseller are simultaneously hilarious and the fantasy land most authors are dying to get to. Either way, the joke is on them.
More than anything else, Gehraiyaan is a tale of karmic retribution — where bad choices lead to serious consequences
Gehraiyaan is not a public service advertisement against infidelity. The idea of karmic retribution is never mentioned explicitly, but it seems deeply embedded in the structure of storytelling.
Devil's Advocate | Gehraiyaan packs in too many genres designed as narrative deceits, but fails to tap into the depths of any
In Gehraiyaan, there is crime, drama, romance, noir, tragedy, dramedy, working class struggles, first world problems, everything you could want, but also a lot that does not fit.