As Hotel Mumbai releases in India, revisiting films on terrorist attacks, from Zero Dark Thirty to Neerja
Ahead of the release of Hotel Mumbai in India, here is a list of films that presented or discussed terrorist attacks.
Naach-gaana and inclusivity: Jonathan Gil Harris on how masala films reflect the idea of a pluralistic India
Author Jonathan Gil Harris on how masala films are a syncretic mix of traditions, what the significance of item songs is, and why the disappearance of single screen theatres has sounded a death knell for the genre
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Shraddha Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao belt out Dil Se; Groot gets sassy in Avengers: Infinity War trailer: Social Media Stalkers' Guide
Shraddha Kapoor, Rajkummar Rao groove to AR Rahman's Dil Se; Teen Groot's got an attitude problem ; Rajamouli excited for Baahubali screening at Karachi film fest and more in today's Social Media Stalker's Guide.
Lata Mangeshkar completes 75 years as a playback singer, while AR Rahman finishes 25 glorious years as a music composer in the Indian film industry.
Mani Ratnam had worked with Santhosh Sivan last on Raavan. Their next film is a bilingual, which will also have music by AR Rahman.
Zohra Sehgal was born in 1911, 2 years before the advent of over a century year old Hindi cinema. She passed away in 2014.
In a run up to the Oscars 2017, here's looking at how everyone's favourite La La Land has nothing on Bollywood's erstwhile romances.
Whether it is the iconic shot from Main Hoon Na, his 'Chhaiya Chhaiya' act from Dil Se, or the iconic DDLJ climax, trains have always been a leitmotif in several of shah rukh khan's most successful films.
Among the three Khans, it is Shah Rukh who holds a special place in the hearts of South Indian fans
As part of the ceremony, Rahman has been invited to the city to give a public lecture on "From the Heart: The World of A R Rahman's Music".
Mani Ratnam returns to Kashmir for his latest film, which reportedly stars Karthi and Aditi Rao Hydari
In the 25 years since Shah Rukh Khan's big screen debut in 1991 with Deewana, one thing has not changed: his passion to be an actor, a superstar.
In a chat with Firstpost, the veteran indie exec shares his pick of the projects that could be festival darlings in the coming years.
Preity Zinta has the ability to rise to the same level of success she once enjoyed in Bollywood.
As the calendar was flipping a page from July over into August, director Mani Ratnam was being fêted in both Europe and North America.
Actress Manisha Koirala says she is looking forward to make a comeback in films but is not interested in doing small roles.