Dil Chahta Hai turns 20: Akshaye Khanna's character Siddharth Sinha grounded Farhan Akhtar's coming-of-age film
Without Sid, Dil Chahta Hai would still have been a breezy coming-of-age story about friendship and love, but it would have lost its soul, its introspective quality that prevents it from being any other forgettable rom-com spun by the dozen every year.
Dimple Kapadia turns 64: From Raj Kapoor's Bobby to Christopher Nolan's Tenet, the enviable career of an enigmatic actor
In a career spanning 48 years and counting, Dimple Kapadia has gone through the drill, and so much beyond. Though her roles have drawn tremendously from the turbulence of her personal life — which has always been under public scrutiny — her filmography is full of quiet, unexplained mystique.
The Supreme Court Friday said the Centre's guidelines on regulating social media do not have any provision for taking appropriate action against digital platforms showing inappropriate content
A bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan also asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta to place before it the recent guidelines of the government to regulate social media platforms on Friday
Over-censorship or welcome classification? What 'Intermediary Rules 2021' will mean for future of OTT content
While experts are expressing concern about the new OTT content rules infringing on right to privacy and freedom of expression, filmmakers/showrunners, who (mostly) had a free hand on streaming spaces, are taking note of what they may or may not be able to say in the near future.
Gauahar Khan on playing Maithili in Amazon Prime's Tandav, her love for reality shows: 'I fit into every medium'
Gauahar Khan, who recently grabbed headlines when she tied the knot with her beau Zaid Darbar, says that she has been garnering a lot of praise from the industry and people for the nine-part political drama Tandav, created and directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.
"We once again apologise if the series has unintentionally hurt anybody's sentiments," the statement issued by the makers of Tandav said.
I&B ministry seeks explanation from Amazon Prime Video after Tandav accused of 'hurting religious sentiments of Hindus'
BJP MP Manoj Kotak, in a letter to Prakash Javadekar, had sought a ban on Amazon Prime Video's series Tandav for allegedly ridiculing Hindu deities
Tandav prefers to dumb down its plot assuming Indian audiences need to be spoon-fed Indian politics. As a result, one feels bad for gifted actors like Saif Ali Khan, Sunil Grover and Gauahar Khan, whom the series lets down.
The White Tiger, WandaVision, Normal People: What's streaming on Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Lionsgate Play in January
From Saif Ali Khan's Tandav to Priyanka Chopra and Rajkummar Rao's The White Tiger, here's all you can look forward to watching this month.
Tandav trailer: Saif Ali Khan, Dimple Kapadia are at loggerheads in Ali Abbas Zafar's political drama
Tandav, also starring Kumud Mishra, Sunil Grover, Mohammad Zeeshan Ayyub, will release on 15 January on Amazon Prime Video
Watch: Saif Ali Khan plays an ambitious politician in teaser of Tandav, Ali Abbas Zafar's Amazon Prime Video show
Tandav, starring Saif Ali Khan in the lead, will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on 15 January.
"Had I been in her place, I wouldn’t have been able to move in awe," Akshay Kumar said of Christopher Nolan's message for Dimple Kapadia
Tenet represents a dangerous gambit in the age of COVID-19: a blockbuster so must-see the studio hopes audiences will risk infection and death just to catch a glimpse of its brilliance. But in the end, Tenet is just a movie, as it was always going to be.
Addressing Indian fans, Christopher Nolan said some of the "most exciting" scenes in Tenet have been shot in Mumbai
Tenet was the first big-budget Hollywood feature to go for a theatrical release in August since the pandemic shut down cinemas worldwide in March.
Robert Pattinson also said working in Tenet helped his The Batman audition as he had gotten extremely fit from trying to keep up with co-star John David Washington.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Tenet release delayed for second time; Christopher Nolan film to now hit screens on 12 August
Christopher Nolan's Tenet was initially supposed to hit the cinemas on 17 July, but was later delayed by two weeks, to release on 31 July.
In Tenet new trailer, John David Washington warps time to save the world in Christopher Nolan's upcoming thriller
Robert Pattinson, Michael Caine, Dimple Kapadia and Aaron Taylor-Johnson also star in Tenet.