Bejoy Nambiar on Taish's release on ZEE5 and how OTT is an advantage for a certain kind of filmmaker
Taish is about two warring families and how a moment of rage unleashes a storm of chaos on two friends. There is a countryside wedding, foreign locations, and friends celebrating their best days together, when suddenly, their life turns upside down.
Touted as a revenge drama, Taish is Bijoy Nambiar's fifth directorial feature after Shaitan, David, Wazir, and Solo.
The Friday List: From Juggernaut's Silent Book Club to Jim Sarbh and Bruce Guthrie conversing about theatre, your weekly calendar of virtual events
Every Friday, we'll bring you a curated list of online experiences — performances, talks, tours, screenings — to mark on your weekly calendar.
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.
The French Dispatch, Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari, Yeh Ballet, Most Eligible Bachelor: First looks this week
The French Dispatch is Wes Anderson's first live-action film since The Grand Budapest Hotel in 2014.
Since his debut in 2010, Ranveer Singh has delivered one seasoned performance after another, which is a testament to his range as an actor.
Mallika Sarabhai's new dance recital questions relevance and creation of goddesses in a patriarchal society
Mallika Sarabhai, who essayed the role of Draupadi in Peter Brook's Mahabharata, says that it was when she saw the effect that the character had on her audiences that she realised the power a performance can have in bringing about change.
Jim Sarbh on how love for his craft makes him 'selfish', and why actors don't make the best role models
Even as Jim Sarbh has come to be recognised for his on-screen portrayal of negative characters in films such as Neerja and Padmaavat, in the play Tennis in Nablus, he portrayed the role of Rajib, a comedic military subordinate, bringing a certain lightness to an otherwise dark narrative.
The Wedding Guest movie review: Radhika Apte, Dev Patel, Jim Sarbh's Michael Winterbottom film fails to soar
The suspense and tension are just not there for The Wedding Guest, whose entire narrative seems to be steeped in the classic tropes of film noir.
House Arrest trailer: Ali Fazal's solitary life is disturbed by Shriya Pilgaonkar, Jim Sarbh in upcoming Netflix film
House Arrest marks the onscreen reunion of Mirzapur actors Ali Fazal and Shreya Pilgaonkar.
House Arrest also features Jim Sarbh and Barkha Singh in pivotal roles.
IIFA Awards 2019: From Ranveer-Deepika to Alia and Katrina, here's what Bollywood celebs wore on the green carpet
While Deepika Padukone attended the IIFA awards night in a stunning purple gown, with a dramatic trail, Alia Bhatt chose a muted peach shade ball gown
Taish: Bejoy Nambiar's upcoming film will star Jim Sarbh, Amit Sadh, Harshvardhan Rane in lead roles
Taish starring Jim Sarbh, Amit Sadh, Neha Sharma and Harshvardhan Rane will be completely shot in the UK starting from the month of July.
Zoya Akhtar co-directed Made in Heaven along with Alankrita Shrivastava, Nitya Mehra and Prashant Nair.
Throughout the four short films that constitute Flip, Bejoy Nambiar remains restrained but in no way does he water down things.
Sobhita Dhulipala talks about the acclaim for her performance in the Amazon Original, the female gaze of the show, and what it took to play Tara Khanna.
Made in Heaven review: This sumptuous take on the big fat Indian wedding has a strong emotional core
Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti's Amazon Prime Video India Original marries narrative techniques and sociopolitical commentary with emotions and idealism.
Amazon's Made in Heaven trailer: Reema Kagti-Zoya Akhtar's series scrutinises the fragility of happily-ever-afters
Amazon Prime Video's Made in Heaven hails from Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar, and serves as a commentary into crumbling relationships against the backdrop of a big-fat Indian wedding
Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh Mumbai reception: SRK, Sara Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor among attendees
Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh tied the knot on 14 and 15 November in Italy.
Smoke review: Gulshan Devaiah, Amit Sial stand out in a pool of cluttered, unconvincing performances
Smoke's script lags terribly, with most of the dialogues landing flat.