Pooja Bhatt shot to fame with Dil Hai Ke Manta Nahin (1991), where she featured opposite Aamir Khan.
Did you know? Indoor air is 10 times riskier than the air present outside and this might be a cause of concern for your little one. Know from Avantika Bahuguna Kukreti on how to protect your kid from the harmful pollution.
Padman and the predicament with biopics: Is the priority to be authentic to subject matter or fictionalise drama?
The biopics that Bollywood has culled out in the past few years gives us reasons to believe that the promises made by makers of Pad Man during the promotional phase of film are to be taken with a pinch of salt.
Arjun Rampal, in conversation with Renil Abraham, talks about vanity, airport looks and his film, Daddy on Firstpost's talk show Hangout.
Pooja Bhatt will co-author a book about her battle with alcohol alongside journalist Roshmila Bhattacharya. The book will release early next year
The botching of 3 gangster films in 2017 — Haseena Parkar, Daddy, Raees — can be brought down to one main point. As alluring power-hungry, menacing men (and women) can be, their stories are not so simple.
Be it Anupam Kher and Pooja Bhatt in 1989's Daddy or Sanjay Dutt and Aditi Rao Hydari in 2017's Bhoomi, Bollywood has seen some of the most endearing father-daughter relationships on celluloid.
While Mumbai has played second fiddle to Delhi and small towns across the vast Northern belt over the past decade, it’s hardly a silver screen ingénue.
Farhan Akhtar, who played a rock star in Rock On and its sequel, and then a small-town man aspiring to become a Bhojpuri singer, talks to Firstpost about what drew him to his latest film.
Arjun Rampal's Daddy is based on the life and times of Mumbai's mobster-turned-politician Arun Gawli. Rampal features as the feared don in the film.
From the National Award-winning Tamil film Kaaka Muttai to her Bollywood debut in Daddy, and her next with Mani Ratnam, actress Aishwarya Rajessh has come a long way
For both Daddy and Poster Boys, the growth rate at the box office was much higher on the second day as compared to the first, with both films making Rs 4 crore.
Daddy, Sanjay Dutt biopic, Dangal: In a biographical film, do we judge the subject or the filmmaker?
It won’t be wrong to say that biopics are not just challenging to make but are very complex in nature too.
This Friday, Poster Boys, Daddy, and Stephen King's It the Indian screens. While the first two made a meager 3 crore collectively, the latter broke records.
From Daddy to Stephen King's It and Naga Chaitanya-starrer Yuddham Sharanam, here's a lowdown on the reviews that all the films releasing this Friday received from our critics.
Arjun Rampal in Daddy, is like Aishwarya Rai in Sarbjit. Both are fighting their immense good looks and their image, with heartfelt sincerity.
Do you learn anything more from Daddy than what you would know if you had read Arun Gawli’s Wikipedia page? Just a little.
Arjun Rampal talks about writing the script of Daddy, Mumbai don Arun Gawli's biopic, working with Ashim Ahluwalia and how this film isn't like most Bollywood gangster films.
While Daddy is a Hindi biopic on a feared mobster featuring Arjun Rampal, Logan Lucky is a Hollywood heist drama and features Channing Tatum and Adam Driver.
Ashim Ahluwalia, the director of Arjun Rampal's Daddy, says he has more respect for his work than to just create a make believe world.