Bunty Aur Babli 2: Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukerji, Siddhant Chaturvedi, Sharvani wrap up sequel of YRF caper comedy
The shooting for Bunty Aur Babli 2 was almost complete, except for a song sequence, before the coronavirus pandemic brought all the production activity to a stop.
Yash Raj Films completes 50 years: Picking the best album of every decade, from Kabhie Kabhi to Ishaqzaade
Just like its movies, the music of Yash Raj Films has endured over the years, with albums like Silsila, Darr, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, and Veer-Zaara.
Yash Raj Films turns 50: A look at anti-heroes who made villainy fashionable, from SRK in Darr to Hrithik Roshan in War
From Shah Rukh Khan's twisted stalker in Darr to the swashbuckling bad guys of the Dhoom franchise, Yash Raj Films has given us some memorable anti-heroes.
Rani Mukerji discusses the spirit behind her Mardaani franchise, and why she still sticks to her belief of women learning martial arts for self-defense.
National Award-winning choreographer talks about why she signed a multilingual film like Saaho amidst all her recent movies by Yash Raj Films and Salman Khan.
Abhishek Bachchan, Rani Mukerji to reportedly reunite with Bunty Aur Babli sequel; film to go on floors next month
The Bunty Aur Babli sequel will be helmed by Shaad Ali, who was the director of the original film.
Abhishek Bachchan calls his father Amitabh Bachchan his 'best friend, guide, best critic, greatest support and idol' as the megastar celebrates completing half a century in Bollywood
Taapsee Pannu starts shooting for Badla co-starring Amitabh: It's another film out of my comfort zone
Taapsee Pannu currently awaits the release of her forthcoming film 'Soorma,' a biopic on hockey player Sandeep Singh.
Bollywood's 2017 flops show that it must tap into the anxieties, politics of the public to achieve success
The failure of Bollywood's big projects starring popular actors like Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan shows that films have failed to capture what anxieties are plaguing the public's mind | #YearInReview
Surprisingly, rage as an emotion seems to have all but disappeared from Hindi cinema. At a time when anger in society is so high, what explains its absence from Bollywood's offerings?
It doesn't matter whose child you are – if you deliver a flop, filmmakers stop taking your calls, says Abhishek Bachchan, the son of Amitabh Bachchan.
Perhaps the phrase 'A man of many words' was coined keeping Gulzar in mind
Uday Chopra is remaking superhit Hindi Bunty Aur Babli in English and is hoping to rope in Canadian actor Michael Cera and American country singer and occasional actress Taylor Swift to play the main leads.