Coronavirus Outbreak: Maidaan sets to be dismantled in light of lockdown, upcoming monsoon, says producer Boney Kapoor
Boney Kapoor explained that most of the scenes in Maidaan are to be shot on the ground and hence the coming monsoon may spoil the sets.
National Award-winning actor Priyamani stars as the female lead opposite Ajay Devgn in Maidaan
Maidaan is based on how the Indian football team, under the guidance of SA Raheem, brought glory to the country during the years of 1952 to 1962
Keerthy Suresh was replaced in Maidaan because bot the makers and the actress felt she would look too young in the role of a mother.
Neena Gupta discusses how she struggles to be politically correct because Bollywood does not always reward honesty, and her take on the Saand Ki Aankh ageism controversy.
Ajay Devgn, Keerthy Suresh's sports drama Maidaan, directed by Amit Sharma, to release on 27 November, 2020
Ajay Devgn will reportedly play Indian football coach and manager, Syed Abdul Rahim, in Maidaan.
MAMI Movie Mela 2019: From Alia's bloopers to Deepika's cheeky remarks, all highlights from the event
The fourth edition of the MAMI Movie Mela kicked off the Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival, that will take place from 17 to 24 October.
MAMI 2019: Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor discuss dealing with failure, diversity in roles in chat with Karan Johar
MAMI 2019's Movie Mela kickstarted with a session featuring festival chairperson Deepika Padukone, festival director Anupama Chopra and film critics Rajeev Masand.
Surekha Sikri on why a brain stroke has limited her film roles after Badhaaai Ho, and winning her third National Award
Surekha Sikri opens up on her brain stroke, "This is a real disability for an actor. You can’t use your hand, foot, and your body the way you want to because it is not following your commands."
Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival with Star announces 4th edition of Movie Mela, that will kick off with Deepika Padukone
The event will end with a session with Karan Johar, who returns to MAMI's Movie Mela with another edition of Big Talk, this time with Alia Bhatt and a surprise guest.
Ritesh Shah on writing Batla House, Pink's Tamil remake, and reuniting with Shoojit Sircar for Sardar Udham Singh
Batla House writer Ritesh Shah collaborates with director Nikkhil Advani after D-Day, and actor John Abraham after Force 2 and Rocky Handsome.
National Awards 2019: Keerthy Suresh feels 'on top of the world' for winning Best Actress for Mahanati
Keerthy Suresh won big at the National Awards, where her mother, a Malayalam actress, was snubbed back in 1981.
Journalist beaten up in Shamli: I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar to seek report on GRP officers assaulting scribe in UP
A day after a journalist was allegedly beaten up by a group of General Railway Police (GRP) personnel in Uttar Pradesh's Shamli, Union minister Prakash Javadekar said he will seek a report on the incident.
Four GRP officers booked for thrashing Uttar Pradesh journalist Amit Sharma in Shamli after scribes protest
After protests, four railway policemen were booked under various sections of the IPC for beating up journalist Amit Sharma in Shamli, Uttar Pradesh.
Amit Sharma on Badhaai Ho's success: 'It's a good time for the industry; we can tell different stories and still be accepted'
Amit Sharma said that while Badhaai Ho has been universally appreciated, a sequel is not in the cards yet
Keerthy Suresh focuses on content-driven projects, signs four promising scripts following success of Mahanti
Keerthy Suresh is currently shooting for Narendra’s upcoming film, following which she will begin shooting for Ajay Devgn-starrer biopic on footballer Syed Abdul Rahim
Jyoti Kapur claims she wrote the original story of Badhaai Ho, and her screenplay was called Hum Do Hamaare Chaar.
Boney Kapoor, who is producing the Syed Abdul Rahim's biopic, starring Ajay Devgn and Keerthi Suresh, confirmed that the film will go on floors in June.
2 witnesses record statement in support of Vivek Doval's defamation suit against The Caravan; matter to be heard on 22 February
On 30 January, Vivek Dovak had recorded his statement before the court, saying all the allegations levelled by the magazine and later repeated by Jairam Ramesh at a press conference were "baseless" and "false" and damaged his reputation in the eyes of family members and professional colleagues