Khufiya will see Tabu play a R&AW agent "grappling with her dual identity of a spy and a lover."
The first film from Vishal Bhardwaj's Agatha Christie franchise is expected to begin shoot in early 2021.
Cinematographer Pankaj Kumar seems well on his way to joining the pantheon of visual artists whose images last for generations.
Vishal Bhardwaj confesses he's often undervalued as a composer: I want to make music for films that aren't mine
In this exclusive interview with Firstpost, Vishal Bhardwaj talks about how he thinks of himself as a music composer first, and a filmmaker later.
Vishal Bhardwaj writes short screenplay on bond with Irrfan Khan, reminisces about time spent with late actor
Vishal Bhardwaj writes that finding out about Irrfan Khan's death felt like a bomb had exploded in his heart.
Decoding Irrfan Khan's most iconic looks and how they contributed to his characters, from The Lunchbox to Maqbool
Irrfan Khan breathed life into a plethora of humans that required a deft hand at the craft, both with regard to his acting chops as well as his sartorial choices
Irrfan Khan dies at 53: A master at underplaying his excellence, the actor effortlessly rescued drab films
Bollywood’s greatest Khan spent his career opening and closing doors, ageing, without notice or reminders that he too would be sorely missed when gone.
Irrfan Khan passes away at 53: From Piku to Maqbool, remembering the actor's most iconic performances
The untimely and unfortunate death of Irrfan Khan brings back memories of the brilliance that he breathed into his characters on screen
Irrfan Khan passes away at 53: Revisiting Aseem Chhabra's biography of 'the man, the dreamer, the actor'
In his biography of Irrfan Khan, Aseem Chhabra emphatically argued that he was among the world's best actors, and backed this claim with substantial evidence.
Shikara movie review: Vidhu Vinod Chopra's account of Kashmiri Pandit exodus is strikingly poetic but seldom urgent
Shikara is a romantic story at heart. But the refuge of love, though a balmy escape, becomes a cop-out when it is upheld as a panacea.
Midnight's Children: Vishal Bhardwaj reveals his Netflix adaptation of Salman Rushdie's novel has been put on hold
Vishal Bhardwaj was roped in to serve as the showrunner of Netflix's adaptation of Midnight's Children.
Mainstream Hindi cinema has contributed greatly in glossing over Kashmir, and diluting local perspective
Bollywood used Kashmir as a catalyst for romance, providing a near-perfect visual treat for audiences looking to escape their lives for three hours.
Kabir Singh has resurrected Shahid Kapoor's career, established him as a pan-Indian star with box office appeal
Post-Kabir Singh, the only thing tougher than failure is success. Shahid Kapoor has to be very careful now as he moves forward from this point on.
Shahid Kapoor says Kabir Singh is one of his most challenging roles: 'It was difficult to come back home'
"I didn’t want to bring that kind of intensity back home," says Shahid Kapoor, on playing a lovesick alcoholic doctor in upcoming release Kabir Singh.
Vishal Bhardwaj has proved to one of the few filmmakers who have reinvented their work while working with well-established texts.
Director Vishal Bhardwaj, who is known for his interpretation of Shakespeare's tragedies, has now adapted renowned writer Charan Singh Pathik's short story.
Narendra Jha had recently shot for director Awani Agrawal's tentatively titled De Ijaazat Rahun Tujhme.
"Before making Haider, I had worked on the script of King Lear and visualised Rajinikanth in the lead role," said Vishal Bhardwaj
In Rangoon, as in his previous films, director Vishal Bhardwaj explores the therapeutic yet dark shades of love
Has the failure of a big film like Mohenjo Daro made an impact on Disney allegedly pulling out of UTV?