Saif Ali Khan, the unsung warrior: The actor's most redeeming quality is that he refuses to play it safe
Saif Ali Khan may play a wide range of characters on screen but he cannot help being himself, a true learned intellectual off-camera.
Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior movie review — Saif Ali Khan, Kajol's performances elevate Ajay Devgn's tepid film
Unlike Saif Ali Khan and Kajol, Ajay Devgn fails to take his character beyond the written word, which makes the protagonist of Tanhaji rather one-dimensional.
Saif Ali Khan on reunting with Ajay Devgn on Tanhaji: He's one of the most confident and generous actors today
"Ajay is one of the most confident and generous actors in the industry. You can be relaxed about having a nice part in a film with him," says Saif Ali Khan.
Panipat movie review: Ashutosh Gowariker tweaks history into a Maratha fan fantasy sans Bhansali's insidious intent
Panipat is shorn of Padmaavat and Kesari's insidious intent, but it is not exactly an innocent, truthful chronicler of Indian history.
Saif Ali Khan on his challenging role in Laal Kaptaan: 'It was the hardest thing I've ever done so far'
Saif Ali Khan talks about doing Laal Kaptaan, the "first neo-Western film of India", for selfish reasons, and comparison of his look to Jack Sparrow.
From temples to royal courts, and the proscenium stage: A social history of Indian performance spaces
A proscenium stage born in the West posits a distance between audience and performer to offer a visual experience. Yet, why is it that classical dance, which vehemently claims its origins in a text on Indian aesthetics, most widely performed on a proscenium stage? The history of performance spaces in India is a deeply sociological one.
Prof Arvind Sharma's latest book is a comprehensive and encyclopedic survey of the concept of tolerance in the texts, philosophies and histories of ten major religions.
Beloved Delhi: A Mughal City and Her Greatest Poets is a grand work, but which is at the same time intimate. And this is precisely its biggest triumph.
Narendra Modi govt should revamp education system to instil discipline and nationalism in youth, not focus on military training
According to media reports, the Narendra Modi government is planning to train 10 lakh youth under the National Youth Empowerment Scheme (N-YES) to instil a sense of "discipline and nationalism" and making that an essential qualification for jobs in defence, paramilitary forces and police
Panipat teaser poster: Ashutosh Gowariker announces next film with Kriti Sanon, Arjun Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt
Ashutosh Gowariker announces Panipat, his next directorial venture, which will see Kriti Sanon, Arjun Kapoor and Sanjay Dutt in leading roles
ASI to restrict number of tourists visiting Taj Mahal to 40,000 daily, put a three-hour cap on each ticket
The Archaeological Survey of India is likely to restrict the number of tourists visiting the Taj Mahal to 40,000 daily, and put a three-hour cap on each ticket holder to tour the 17th-century Mughal monument in a bid to preserve the heritage site, a source in the culture ministry told PTI.
Supreme Court seeks comprehensive report from TTZ authorities to protect Taj Mahal for at least 100 years
Supreme Court on Friday sought a detailed and comprehensive document to protect the medieval era monument Taj Mahal for at least the next 100 years
A man claiming to be the descendant of Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar staked claim over the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site in Ayodhya
Sushma Swaraj's reliance on Twitter encourages 'bogus' durbari culture; grievances should be redressed without intervention of ministers
Why do visas require the intervention of a Union minister of India? Does any civilised nation assure visas like Sushma Swaraj does over Twitter?
The Uttar Pradesh Shia Central Waqf Board has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, proposing that the Humayun's tomb in Delhi be removed from the 'national heritage list', demolished and turned into a graveyard for Muslims.
Sangeet Som's remarks on Taj Mahal: BJP says members can hold any view on monuments, describes Mughal rule as 'barbaric'
The BJP on Monday described the Muslim rule in India as "barbaric and a period of incomparable intolerance", while asserting that its members can hold any opinion they want on specific monuments.
With Uttar Pradesh govt leaving out Taj Mahal from list of key attractions, iconic Mughal monument's future looks bleak
After reports surfaced that the UP government had omitted the Taj Mahal from its list of key attractions, the future seems bleak for the iconic monument.
A day after organising an iftaar ceremony in the temple town of Ayodhya, Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM), the Muslim wing of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, termed the first Mughal ruler Babar as an "invader
We do not need to re-interpret Aurangzeb, for, revulsion for his conduct in the past cannot be misinterpreted as revulsion for people of his own faith in the present.