Madhur Mittal has been booked for allegedly injuring and sexually assaulting his former girlfriend
R Madhavan awarded honorary degree for contribution to cinema; actor says it is an ‘honour and responsibility’
'I am truly humbled by this honour. This will only motivate me to keep pushing the envelope and challenging myself with newer projects," said Madhavan on receiving the honorary degree.
From Padmaavat to Om Shanti Om, here's where you can watch Deepika Padukone's works to celebrate the actress' 35th birthday
With films like Swipe, Shehr e Tabassum, Pakistan's Puffball Studio depicts dystopias that feel all too real
An app that mirrors mob justice. A dystopia where smiling is the only expression allowed. Pakistan's Puffball Studio and its founder Arafat Mazhar skewer the mechanisms of intolerance and hate through their films.
Sulthan makers are aiming to release Karthi and Rashmika Mandanna's film "on a festive date soon."
Laxmmi Bomb was initially slated for a traditional release on 5 June, but the makers changed their plans after the coronavirus outbreak led to the shuttering of cinemas.
Saif Ali Khan inks deal with HarperCollins India to pen autobiography; book will hit stands in October 2021
In his autobiography, Saif Ali Khan will write about his journey in the film industry so far, "family, home, successes and failures," as well as his influences and inspirations.
Death on the Nile, adapted from Agatha Christie's novel of the same name, sees Ali Fazal in a pivotal role alongside Kenneth Branagh and Gal Gadot.
Maanayata Dutt released a statement requesting fans to not speculate on the "stage of his illness," adding she will continue to post updates on Sanjay Dutt's health.
From Yaara to Avrodh: The Seige Within, here are the trailers for the OTT platform releases of the month
From The Umbrella Academy season 2 to The Old Guard: Forever, trailers released this week on Netflix
Netflix dropped a new trailer for The Old Guard, starring Charlize Theron, days before it drops on the streaming platform on 10 July
Films in the time of COVID-19: Scarce crews, PPE kits — what will the industry look like post-lockdown?
From the doubling of budgets to account for masks and sanitisers, to more projects being released directly on streaming platforms, the very face of Bollywood is likely to change in a post-lockdown world
The harmonised response to the coronavirus lockdown seems to be to get good at cooking. In that spirit, here is a pairing: simple, hearty dishes that can be made with easily available ingredients — inspired by food-centric films that serve as great backdrops for them (or binge-watch accompaniments alongside a meal).
Rishi Kapoor passes away: How the gifted actor outshone his contemporaries to cement a five-decade long career
Although Rishi Kapoor is often rightfully credited with greatness for the work that spanned across nearly five decades, he is not seen as one of the greatest survivors who beat all odds.
As Studio Ghibli comes to Netflix, a purely subjective, totally non-scientific ranking of every film made by animation giant
Ranking every Studio Ghibli movie ever made — now that the beloved studio's even-more-beloved movies are finally available on Netflix, starting this month — is an endeavour somewhat akin to parent being asked to pick their favourite child. But we went ahead and did it anyway.
Gwyneth Paltrow describes Shallow Hal as 'disaster': Five times when stars admitted to their films' questionable stance
Gwyneth Paltrow or Saif Ali Khan are not the only celebs who have candidly questioned the messaging of their films or characters.
Karnataka Rajyotsava 2019: BS Yediyurappa to award state's second-highest civilian honour to 64 people today
Rajyotsava Awards is the second-highest civilian honor of Karnataka and is conferred annually by the state government
From White Right to Four Lions: Understanding radicalisation through cinema that explores motives behind violent movements
This selection of films shows the problem of extremism in its complexity — moving away from Hollywood “villain and hero” tales, to examine how real people can become radicalised, as well as containing hopeful ideas for tackling the problem.
What The Lion King teaches us about children’s grief, and their emotional responses to the death of a parent
For more than 20 years, since a 1994 version of the film, and now with a new remake, The Lion King has taught children lessons about the circle of life, the importance of following your dreams and the possibility of learning from mistakes.