Watch: Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Ranveer Singh get candid about stealing clothes from their spouses, double dates and Hollywood gossip
Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Ranveer Singh recently came together virtually to discuss Priaynka’s memoir Unfinished and the chat revealed a lot of interesting trivia.
Keeping up with the Mehras: Lessons from Dil Dhadakne Do on what not to say to your family during lockdown
As Dil Dhadakne Do completes five years today on 5 June, some takeaways on how to deal with your family when you are stuck with them during lockdown.
From Angrezi Medium to Thappad, how characters are taking precedence over cameos in recent Bollywood films
Several prominent actors pop in and out of the narrative in films like Angrezi Medium, without their appearances being reduced to 'cameos' in the credits.
Ranveer Singh in Gully Boy to Shefali Shah in Delhi Crime, best performances by Indian actors in 2019
From Ranveer Singh's portrayal of a slum-dweller-cum-aspiring rapper to Sobhita Dhulipala's turn as a wedding planner, Indian actors delivered solid performances this year.
Filmmaker Reema Kagti talks about the 'supernatural' element in her films, and why they often deal with the theme of coming to terms with loss.
Shefali Shah on playing different shades of an 'everywoman', and using silence as her weapon of choice
Shefali Shah explains why silence has been a leitmotif in all her performances, from Dil Dhadakne Do to Delhi Crime, and how it has helped her to scream out loud.
Made In Heaven debuted last week to mostly rave reviews, and is being touted as Amazon’s best Indian show till date.
Gully Boy steers clear of 'posh people angst' but also sacrifices Zoya Akhtar's signature satirical humour
By staying true to Gully Boy, Zoya Akhtar loses the luxury to recreate the witty humour that made Luck By Chance and Dil Dhadakne Do immensely enjoyable.
Anushka Sharma on success of Sui Dhaaga: Made In India — You get a sense of validation when such risky films do well
Directed by Sharat Katariya, Sui Dhaaga: Made In India features Anushka Sharma and Varun Dhawan
Aishwarya Rai, Janhvi Kapoor, Zoya Akhtar honoured at first Women in Film and Television India Awards
Aishwarya Rai along with Zoya Akhtar and Janhvi Kapoor received accolades for their work at Women in Film and Television Awards.
Farhan Akhtar and Priyanka Chopra have previously starred together in Zoya Akhtar's 2015 film Dil Dhadakne Do.
Ranveer Singh and Anil Kapoor have previously played onscreen father and son in Zoya Akhtar's Dil Dhadakne Do.
Farhan Akhtar has sung his first Telugu song titled I Don't Know for South star Mahesh Babu and Kiara Advani's upcoming political thriller Bharat Ane Nenu
Aamir Khan, while launching Manjeet Hirani's book through the eyes of her pet, talked about his association with dogs, from voicing one to petting a few.
Two years after Dil Dhadakne Do, Shefali Shah is back as the protagonist of Neeraj Ghaywan’s short film, Juice. In an interview, she talks about the film and her acting career.
Padmavati: Ranveer Singh is likely to take his versatility several notches higher as Alauddin Khilji
Given Ranveer Singh's eccentric style of acting, he would need a filmmaker who will serve as the method to his madness. But Sanjay Leela Bhansali only amplifies his madness and Padmavati will be no different.
Aamir Khan has decided to allow few media students to shadow him so that the can learn how the film industry works
In this exclusive chat with Firstpost, Zoya Akhtar confirmed her upcoming film is on the street rappers of Mumbai
The first five months of 2016 have seen a marginal change in Bollywood ’s troubling traditional definition of masculinity.