The 30-second video featuring a young Monpa native, has garnered over 2,700 views on Twitter till date
In my journey as an artiste, the urge to experiment and explore has been constant. Now, I look to connect with the audience in an extremely unique and engaging way, says Ranveer Singh
For years, films have portrayed the Indian working class as mute spectators of social and familial trauma and often the ones with the kindest heart. The White Tiger is somewhat an antidote of the underdog narrative.
Vijay Varma on starring in ensembles Mirzapur 2, A Suitable Boy: 'I enjoy watching several good actors in the same story'
From Gully Boy to A Suitable Boy, Vijay Varma talks about why he enjoys ensembles, and how streaming has reduced the "sheer frenzy and pornography of numbers" in showbiz.
The first-ever SWA Awards, organised by the Screenwriters Association to felicitate screenwriters and lyricists, was held on 27 September online.
Vijay Varma on working in mainstream entertainers: I'm open to diversity in storytelling; not a flag-bearer of independent films
Currently Vijay Varma is excited about his first international project A Suitable Boy, a television adaptation of Vikram Seth’s sprawling novel.
Zoya Akhtar responds to Kangana Ranaut's criticism of Gully Boy: She's gone on every platform saying she doesn't like my work
Zoya Akhtar said when a filmmaker puts out their work it will be subject to approval and appreciation, as well as criticism.
Zoya Akhtar, Reema Kagti discuss their writing process, future of Tiger Baby Films with MAMI Artistic Director Smriti Kiran
Before Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti, filmmakers Kabir Khan, Bejoy Nambiar, Vasan Bala, Shakun Batra, Ruchi Narain, actor Parvathy Thiruvothu, and editor Shweta Venkat Mathew have previously appeared on Dial M for Films series.
From an eccentric Delhi boy in Band Baaja Baarat to the menacing ruler Khilji, Ranveer Singh has delivered some of the most memorable roles.
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Vijay Varma on Netflix series She, working with Imtiaz Ali and why he's looking forward to doing more lead roles
Vijay Varma has made a conscious decision to choose roles now where he plays the lead character. “So you will end up seeing some of my work as a leading man fairly soon,” he says.
Critics' Choice Film Awards 2020 nominations: Gully Boy, Article 15 compete for best film; Nivin Pauly, Mammootty get best actor nods
Critics' Choice Film Awards will honour films from across Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Bengali, Marathi, Malayalam, Gujarati and Kannada language.
Yeh Ballet movie review: Sooni Taraporevala cleverly blends the personal with the political, fiction with reality
With Yeh Ballet, Sooni Taraporevala fashions an engaging piece of fiction from her 2017 documentary.
Bunty Aur Babli 2 is a sequel to the original 2015 blockbuster, and will be directed by Varun Sharma.
Filmfare Awards 2020 nominations: Ranveer Singh's Gully Boy leads the pack; Article 15, Sonchiriya score Best Film nods; see full list
The 65th Amazon Filmfare Awards 2020 event is slated to be held on 15 February, 2020 at Assam.
Filmfare Technical Awards 2020 nominations: Vicky Kaushal's Uri: The Surgical Strike leads, War competes for best action
Filmfare will award the best technicians in Hindi cinema from the past year on 2 February in Mumbai
Allu Arjun on Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo: Glad to do a lighthearted entertainer after a spate of serious films
Allu Arjun discusses reuniting with Trivikram Srinivas for the third time, why one should not run down on mainstream cinema, and his film with AR Murugadoss.
Since his debut in 2010, Ranveer Singh has delivered one seasoned performance after another, which is a testament to his range as an actor.
Best Indian Films 2019: Poetry and courage across languages, from Assamese to Hindi, Khasi, Malayalam and more
2019 was a year in which small films in the Assamese and Khasi languages drew eyeballs, and the Kerala-based film industry aka Mollywood outdid itself.