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Lupin Part 2: For a show with humble beginnings, follow-up to Netflix thriller may be TV event of the summer
Lupin exploded out of the gate, becoming a global phenomenon instantly and eventually Netflix’s most-streamed non-English-language original.
With Saand Ki Aankh and Bala, young Bollywood stars are shrugging off their image-consciousness to 'look the part'
Actors like Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekar belong to a new breed that’s challenging the Bollywood stereotypes of what a hero/heroine should look like onscreen.
Jab We Met became a template for a multitude of Bollywood romantic comedies to follow as the trope of 'girl liberates the boy' became a formula to swear by.
With Kavita Krishnamurthy's vocals and Javed Akhtar's lyrics retained, this Tumhari Sulu reprise of Hawa Hawai is another fun song you'd dance to at a party.
Kaalakaandi may get a Netflix-only release; why deny this Saif Ali Khan film its box office chances?
Kaalakaandi may not see the light of the day in theatres given Chef's box office disaster and CBFC's hurdles, but is it a good idea not to go the extra mile?
Sanjay Leela Bhansali shows great restraint in 'Ghoomar' as he does not let his aesthetic hijack the Rajasthani folk essence of the Padmavati song.
Ritesh Batra borrows from his dichotomous approach towards life and cinema to bring out the contrasting characteristics of Robert Redford and Jane Fonda.
Rarandoi Veduka Chuddam’s tagline ‘Ammayilu manashantiki hanikaram’ (‘Women are injurious to mental peace’), is just another way of saying: you women are too much. Various versions of this can be seen in several Bollywood films, and recently in Telugu actor Chalapathi Rao's comments.
If Bengal is indeed in her bag, Mamata could be well on her way to Delhi in 2019. She has made her ambition quite clear on multiple occasions.
The Sabarimala shrine has historically been open to only male devotees because women experience menstruation and that is traditionally considered ‘impure’.
Even as the government tries to evolve a coherent and meaningful policy for India to engage with Pakistan, the pertinent question arises: are we expecting too much from Pakistan?
With Paris in mind, Lebanese users across Twitter and Facebook are wondering why their disaster didn't receive the same treatment.
After the loss, India captain Virat Kohli fronted up and defended his strategy of playing five bowlers.
Salman Khan is hardly the poster boy for any miscarriage of justice issue. But in the end all he did was express an opinion.
Booker winner Arundhati Roy is at is again. This time she wants Gandhi's name removed from the institutions named after him.
The Congress party's criticism of the Bill to amend the Trai Act to enable the appointment of a former Chairman as Principal Secretary of the PM has no legs to stand on.
Some of the moves made by the Modi government or his ministers have been criticised for violating constitutional norms. He clearly needs to be careful, but can the Congress system of patronage and corruption be uprooted by being nice?
NGOs are an essential feature of democracy, but they need not all be seen as do-gooders who can't be questioned. They are driven by vested interests and moral certitudes, need and greed, just as corporations are.
Along with English, Indians are absorbing a worldview that comes attached. Time we became conscious of the mental colonisation it brings with it and how it alienates us from our roots. Our PM showed us how to make this shift
When a Gandhi grandson tells us that 69 percent of India did not vote for Modi, it is time to pause and ask: why is this point relevant only to a Modi mandate and no other elected leader in India?