From Balika Vadhu to Dil Dhadakne Do to Forensic, Vikrant Massey's range as an actor makes him a standout star
While the star has a diverse set of roles to his credit when he started in the TV industry, he has come a long way in the film business too.
12 Years of Sonakshi Sinha: Dahaad to Nikita Roy, upcoming projects of the actress that could make her roar
Sonakshi Sinha started off with a bang with Dabangg in 2010, was hailed as the 100-crore princess by Ranveer Singh, went through an unavoidable slump, and could now roar.
Winning the hearts as Bablu Pandit to Johnny, here are Vikrant Massey's 9 best movies that prove he's a powerhouse
The actor has given some of the most remarkable and noteworthy performances on the screen .
Tracing Satyajit Ray's influence on Hindi cinema; Netflix anthology on auteur's short stories is only a drop in the ocean
A new Hindi anthology series aims to bring Satyajit Ray's legacy to the Netflix generation. Will this be our version of the 21st century retelling of Sherlock Holmes?
This list attempts to take a broader look at a moment of shared intimacy, which might not necessarily be just about expressing love, but even reminisce about its beauty.
Vikramaditya Motwane has gone on to explore many genres as a director, from his debut film Udaan, to Lootera, Trapped and Bhavesh Joshi Superhero. The genre-bending headiness in AK vs AK is the cherry on Motwane's filmography cake, and there's enough reason to be excited about what he does next.
From an eccentric Delhi boy in Band Baaja Baarat to the menacing ruler Khilji, Ranveer Singh has delivered some of the most memorable roles.
Vikramaditya Motwane to direct untitled young adult dark comedy series backed by Legendary Global, Library Pictures
Vikramaditya Motwane 's other upcoming project includes Netflix's AK vs AK, featuring Anil Kapoor and Anurag Kashyap.
On her 36th birthday, Shilpa Rao sings 10 tracks that made her an unrivaled singer, from Tose Naina to Ghungroo
Shilpa Rao goes down the memory lane to talk about 10 varied songs (and sings them too!) after winning her first major award for 'Ghungroo' this year.
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 Hindi film albums of this decade, from Gully Boy, AR Rahman's Rockstar to Amit Trivedi's Manmarziyaan
Hindi film song in the 2010s saw exceptional music composers, gifted vocalists, and skilled lyricists bring their best game to the table.
Amit Trivedi on the art of finding a balance between composing for film narratives and making hit songs
In an exclusive interview with Firstpost, music composer Amit Trivedi talks about composing for film narratives, why he rises above industry diktats, and the reason behind romantic songs enjoying an instant connect.
Ranveer Singh wants to do Andaz Apna Apna 2, teases new project with Lootera director Vikramaditya Motwane
Ranveer Singh will be seen next in Simmba as well as Gully Boy.
Bhavesh Joshi Superhero first look: Harshvardhan Kapoor plays a Gujratai masked vigilante in Vikramaditya Motwane's next
Bhavesh Joshi Superhero is a vigilante drama and has been creating the right noise ever since its announcement.
Padmavati: Ranveer Singh is likely to take his versatility several notches higher as Alauddin Khilji
Given Ranveer Singh's eccentric style of acting, he would need a filmmaker who will serve as the method to his madness. But Sanjay Leela Bhansali only amplifies his madness and Padmavati will be no different.
Vikrant Massey began his acting career at the age of 16, and has dabbled in theatre, dance, commercials and movies.
Ranveer Singh turns 31, Deepika Padukone features in Vanity Fair and Sonakshi Sinha unwinds in Goa : Everything in today's Social Media Stalker's Guide.
Vikramaditya Motwane's next venture Trapped starring Rajkummar Rao is all set to have its world premiere at the upcoming Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival.
From an unexpected entry into the industry and her insecurities to her inner circle and baseless award shows, Sonakshi Sinha got candid on The Firstpost Show.
Ranveer Singh, known for being a livewire, says he takes his work seriously, but not himself.