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Aahana Kumra feels when a man makes a film about desire, it’s like Jism, but when a woman directs a similar theme, it is like, Lipstick Under My Burkha
The Friday List: From a campaign to conserve mangroves to a talk on cultural capital, 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.
The perception of Ekta Kapoor as the soap-opera queen is a unidimensional thought, given the exciting envelope-pushing films she has been backing as a producer
Vikrant Massey's performances across TV, films and digital platforms prove why 'there are no small parts'
Vikrant Massey, over seven years of career in the entertainment industry, has shown a swift rise as a true-blue performer.
Khandaani Shafakhana director Shilpi Dasgupta on why she chose Sonakshi Sinha to front a film on sex
Shilpi Dasgupta discusses why a woman actor like Sonakshi Sinha was important to cast as the lead in her directorial debut Khandaani Shafakhana.
Konkona Sensharma on A Monsoon Date: Lucky to be offered role of transsexual as not many good offers come my way
Konkona Sensharma says she isn't sad over lack of good offers as she feels fortunate to work with some of the best people in the business
Made In Heaven debuted last week to mostly rave reviews, and is being touted as Amazon’s best Indian show till date.
Gully Boy and the female gaze: Zoya Akhtar leads the way with unapologetic depiction of women's sexual desire
Mainstream Bollywood has always underplayed the female desire due to the near hegemony of male producers, writers and directors, who called the shots for decades. Filmmakers like Zoya Akhtar and Alankrita Srivastava are now leading the change in this regard.
Alankrita Shrivastava will collaborate with Konkona Sen Sharma for a second time as the actress was also part of the director's Lipstick Under My Burkha.
Bollywood's fascination with youth means rich stories involving elderly protagonists are rarely seen. Will 102 Not Out help change that?
Sholay's Radha to Shashi in English Vinglish, Indian cinema has largely denied its women the right of choice
So many Indian films have hinted at the possibility of freedom, hope, love and happiness for female characters stuck in desperate, unhappy situations but have stopped short of an all-out breaking away from those binding circumstances
Filmfare Awards 2018 announce Critics' Choice nominees; Rajkummar Rao leads with two nominations — see complete list
The Critics' Choice Awards for Filmfare 2018 sees Rajkummar Rao get two Best Actor nominations for Newton and Trapped.
Lipstick Under My Burkha dropped from Prince of Wales Museum exhibition due to 'explicit sexual content'
The museum's director Sabyasachi Mukherjee, though, said the chief reason behind its exclusion was its 'Adult' certification.
Alankrita Shrivastava says that her next film under Ekta Kapoor's Balaji Motion Pictures will be yet another women centric film with two central characters.
2017 is almost over, and what a year it’s been for Bollywood!
Bollywood had a crazy busy year, and we were following the madness every step of the way | #YearInReview
Anna Vetticad's pick of 2017’s best Bollywood films released in theatres is dominated by little indies.
Pankaj Tripathi in Newton to Akshaye Khanna in Ittefaq — Bollywood's breakthrough performances in 2017
This year, big Bollywood stars were overshadowed by stand-out or breakthrough performances.
2017 showed that mainstream Hindi cinema finally seemed to get its act right with women-led films | #YearInReview
Small-town India is the new landscape that is telling a whole new story both in terms of people and what makes them unique | #YearInReview