Sobhita Dhulipala on pursuing Geetu Mohandas for a role in Moothon, Bard of Blood, and her upcoming projects
In an interview with Firstpost, Sobhita says, "If there's a good story, I'll always seek it with all my sincerity. I'm an actor. A storyteller. I am not too attached to the outcome, never was, and I don't think I'll be either. I'm just happy to be here."
Sonam Kapoor reveals she was offered Sobhita Dhulipala's role in Amazon Prime India Original Made in Heaven
Sonam Kapoor says she skipped Made In Heaven because she was getting married at the time.
Pavail Gulati was last seen in Dharma Productions' multi-starrer Kalank.
Filmmaker Reema Kagti talks about the 'supernatural' element in her films, and why they often deal with the theme of coming to terms with loss.
Bhram also stars Eijaz Khan, Sanjay Suri, Omkar Kapoor and Bhumika Chawla.
Kalki Koechlin on Sacred Games 2: 'Saif plays Sartaj so subtly; I've never seen him like this before'
Kalki Koechlin talks about playing a godman aide in Netflix's Sacred Games season 2, and appearing in both the past and present tracks of the narrative.
Naseeruddin Shah said that Half Full, directed by Karan Rawal, makes its point cleverly.
Made in Heaven, Chernobyl, Russian Doll, Delhi Crime: Best shows of 2019 so far across streaming services
While there have been international hit shows like Chernobyl and Russian Doll, India has offered great content in the form of Made in Heaven and Delhi Crime.
Sitara, featuring Sobhita Dhulipala, will be helmed by Noblemen director Vandana Kataria
Rasika Dugal on the 'long and short' of it: How the actress moved from small projects to big roles, while getting her due
Over the last year, Rasika Dugal has received rave reviews for her performances in Manto, Lust Stories, Once Again, Hamid, Made In Heaven and Delhi Crime. Rasika confesses, however, that she struggles with choosing which project to take up next because prioritising and strategising are not her strong suits.
On the occasion of Women's Day here are 4 powerful women film makers: Zoya Akhtar, Reema Kagti,Nitya Mehra and Alankrita Srivastava chat with Sheena Oberoi about their webseries Made In Heaven and future of digital Story telling in India.
Bollywood is learning to experiment with gay themes on screen in the post 377 era. Bollywood and LGBTQ notions, however, don't go together in real life yet.
Zoya Akhtar co-directed Made in Heaven along with Alankrita Shrivastava, Nitya Mehra and Prashant Nair.
Bollywood as well as streaming platforms learn to treat themes of homosexuality with sensitivity
Arjun Mathur on starring in Bejoy Nambiar's anthology Flip, and playing a gay character in Made In Heaven
"A digital release reaches such a wide audience in so many countries as opposed to getting some morning shows in some far out place and lasting one week in a theatre," says Arjun Mathur.
Made In Heaven: What one of India's top wedding planners thinks of the show's depiction of the business
The weddings that Made In Heaven's Tara and Karan plan are extravagant, and the behind-the-scenes drama enlightening — but how much of it is based in truth?
In an exclusive interview, Shivani Raghuvanshi talks about how much of Jazz from Made in Heaven resides within her and how much of it was strictly on paper.
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 debuted last week to mostly rave reviews, and is being touted as Amazon’s best Indian show till date.
Firstpost Editor's Picks: Congress losing strategic assets, China protects Masood Azhar, queer narratives in Made in Heaven; today's must-read stories
Opposition leaders such as Mamata Banerjee, Mayawati and Akhilesh Yadav understood how to take the fight to the BJP camp.