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Jan 09, 2020
Ahead of Ajay Devgn's 100th film, Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, recalling his ten most memorable performancesAjay Devgn's best performances clearly prove why unlike the popular perception today, his talent lies far beyond the Singhams and the Golmaals.
Feb 26, 2019
Arjun Rampal talks about playing a suicidal, depressed pilot in his first web show The Final Call"While shooting, I didn’t have anyone to interact with except for knobs, buttons, the sky and the cockpit," says Arjun Rampal on one of his toughest roles.
Dec 04, 2017
Has Tamannaah Bhatia been cast in Ajay Devgn's remake of Tamil film Jigarthanda?Tamannaah Bhatia will star in another remake — the Tamil version of Kangana Ranaut's Queen
Jul 22, 2016
Madaari review: Irrfan Khan’s gentle presence elevates a middling filmIrrfan Khan makes Madaari a film worth watching
Jun 28, 2016
Irrfan Khan claims Rajinikanth-starrer 'Kabali' stole poster from his film 'Madaari'Irrfan Khan says that southern megastar Rajinikanth's film Kabali has stolen the poster of his upcoming film Madaari but said it was no big deal
Mar 15, 2016
What inspires John Abraham: Superheroes, action men and 'toughies'Action remains actor-producer John Abraham's all-time favourite.
Mar 05, 2016
Rocky Handsome trailer: This is John Abraham's 'Welcome Back' to actionIn Rocky Handsome, the action seems to govern the emotions, spinning a lean mean saga .
Jan 12, 2016
Anil Kapoor as a supporting actor in Dil Dhadakne Do? The Filmfare nominations don't add upThe Filmfare nominations display a certain amount of discrepancy, specially in the category that is designated rather derogatorily as ‘Supporting’.
Sep 17, 2015
My action sequences in 'Rocky Handsome' are like item numbers: John AbrahamJohn Abraham says his next film Rocky Handsome will “raise the bar of action” in India
Aug 02, 2015
Drishyam review: A decent copy, but Ajay Devgn will make you long for Kamal HaasanAll said and done, Kamath’s Drisyham proves a carbon copy is just that: a decent copy.