How Saroj Khan, Madhuri Dixit depicted 'longing' through their storied song-and-dance collaborations
Saroj Khan and Madhuri Dixit built their songs around longing for love, but they were always champions of self-sufficiency over victims of dismissive patriarchy.
Saroj Khan passes away: A masterful choreographer, who spruced up traditional dance forms with 'a dazzle of Bollywood'
“I was in a man’s job, trying to get a foothold. And I didn’t give up," Saroj Khan had said in her 2019 TEDx Talk.
Saroj Khan was admitted to a Mumbai hospital last Saturday after she complained of breathing issues. She tested negative for coronavirus.
Madhuri Dixit on turning singer with her first independent single Candle, and how it's a different beast from dancing
While Madhuri Dixit has sung previously in Devdas, Aaja Nachle, and Gulaab Gang, 'Candle' was a different ballgame since she set out to be primarily a singer here.
Salman Khan, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Inshallah isn't the first project to fall out because of actor-director tiff
Salman Khan had reportedly agreed to do the film without even hearing the second half, and had a change of heart when Bhansali finally narrated what he had in mind.
Govinda has also claimed that he turned down films like Chandni, Devdas and Taal.
How Kabir Singh is different from films like Devdas, The Wolf of Wall Street in its portrayal of flawed characters
Arguably the biggest criticism Kabir Singh has received is the lack of accountability the titular character had to face for his actions in the end
Kabir Singh: The fascinating ugliness of feudal power and how the film has captivated the young Indian viewers
Kabir Singh should rightly be shunned but it is turning out to be a super hit among young audiences composed of both sexes.
As Kalank releases, Madhuri Dixit talks about working in multi-starrers, the success of Total Dhamaal, and which other co-star she would like to reunite with.
In an exclusive interview, Shivani Raghuvanshi talks about how much of Jazz from Made in Heaven resides within her and how much of it was strictly on paper.
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Dev.D turns 10: Anurag Kashyap's film paved the way for irredeemable protagonists and sexually liberated heroines
Dev.D was a watershed film in two aspects — depicting a flawed protagonist and exploring female sexuality. Many films followed suit but none could strike the balance as perfectly.
Shah Rukh Khan reunites with Devdas co-star Madhuri Dixit, director Sanjay Leela Bhansali at DeepVeer reception
Madhuri Dixit-Nene shared a picture with her Devdas co-star Shah Rukh Khan and director Sanjay Leela Bhansali on Instagram
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan on not doing Padmaavat: Casting didn't work out at right time, like Bajirao Mastani
From Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam to Guzaarish, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali have always managed to deliver memorable films
Bimal Roy's 109th anniversary: A look at director's National Award-winning films Sujata, Bandini, Do Bigha Zameen
Filmmaker Bimal Roy's contribution to Indian cinema marks him as one of the leading figures in the parallel film movement in the industry
On Kirron Kher's 63rd birthday, a look at her diverse roles from Devdas, Dostana to Khamosh Pani, Bariwali
Kirron Kher, who turns 63 on 14 June, has featured in critically accalimed films like Bariwali and Khamosh Pani.
Cannes Film Festival 2018: From Do Bigha Zamin to Titli, notable Indian films that have made the cut
On Throwback Thursday, let us take a look back at some of finest Indian work to make it to the Cannes Film Festival four days before the gala kicks off.
Sudhir Mishra's Daas Dev proves yet again why Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay's novella is a timeless classic
Daas Dev hopefully offers an insight on what place does love have in the intricate, self-centred scheme that Bengali novella Devdas addressed.
Daas Dev movie review: Sudhir Mishra stands Devdas and Hamlet nicely on their heads but does not live up to his own promise
Daas Dev fails to live up to its promise despite an excellent central performance and an unusual interpretation of two iconic literary characters.
The release of Daas Dev has been pushed by a week and the Sudhir Mishra-directed film will now arrive in theatres on 27 April.