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Kabir Khan Director’s Cut: On Ranveer Singh, patriotism without chest-thumping in 83, the ‘Madrasi’ stereotype, and Bajrangi 2
"You don’t need to always have a counterpoint or a villain to express your patriotism," says Kabir Khan.
Tushar Hiranandani on Bhumi, Taapsee and ageism, Saand Ki Aankh’s Shashi Kapoor connect, misogyny and why he won't do another Masti
Tushar Hiranandani defends his directorial debut Saand Ki Aankh, against allegations of ageism, and his past filmography that includes the Masti franchise.
Director’s Cut: Meghna Gulzar on Alia, Raazi, Muslim bashing and insecurities that lead to majoritarianism
Meghna Gulzar’s Raazi is pathbreaking for many reasons. It takes a story with immense potential for Bollywood’s current favourite ism – jingoism – and turns it into cinema with a unifying, healing touch.
In Firstpost's column 'Director's Cut' — filmmakers answer questions about their latest movies after the buzz around it has died down. In this exclusive post-release interview, Shoojit Sircar talks to Anna Vetticad about October.
As the film completes 10 years of release on 26 October, Imtiaz Ali reveals many interesting anecdotes about Jab We Met.
Gauri Shinde ’s Dear Zindagi has become a hit despite its unconventional theme and the way it breaks Bollywood tradition by having a male megastar play second fiddle to a female star.
In an extensive Q&A Anurag Kashyap discusses 'Raman Raghav 2.0' and an unspoken “hierarchy” in violence against women.