Tubelight will be a bittersweet reminder of Om Puri's prodigious talent, and the void he's left in cinema
Om Puri, who brought characters like Anant Velankar (Ardh Satya), Sanatan (Maachis) to life, will be seen in Salman Khan starrer Tubelight, posthumously.
Tubelight's new song will be about separation and heartbreak, as well as the love that only brothers know.
The only issue you will have with Tubelight trailer is that you are left wanting more.
Salman Khan and his Tubelight co-star Matin Rey Tangu bonded on the sets, and the star pampered Tangu, says Kabir Khan.
In this newly released video of Tubelight, Salman Khan can be seen playing with a child actor and training as a soldier.
At the launch of the Tubelight song, Salman Khan spoke about living with trigeminal neuralgia.
Tubelight's song Radio features an ecstatic Salman Khan dancing after receiving good news.
Salman Khan possesses boundless humility despite his superstardom: Kabir Khan in Firstpost exclusive
Kabir Khan speaks exclusively to Firstpost about his upcoming Amazon Original web series on Subhash Chandra Bose's INA, Tubelight, Salman Khan, the cameo of Shah Rukh Khan, Om Puri and why it is imperative to provide a socioeconomic context to every film.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui lauded the Academy Awards for paying homage to late actor Om Puri but wondered why the Indian award shows were not doing the same.
Om Puri was among those honoured during the In Memoriam segment of the 89th Academy Awards
Sunny Pawar, Dev Patel and Priyanka Chopra shined at the red carpet at the Oscars 2017.
The Ghazi Attack is supposedly India's first underwater film.
A Pakistani TV anchor has put forward a strange conspiracy theory for Om Puri's death
The Mumbai Police has recorded the statements of Om Puri's driver Ram Mishra and producer Khalid Kidwai in connection with the actor's death.
For Om Puri — who passed away on Friday, 6 January 2017 — his big break came with filmmaker-cinematographer-screenwriter Govind Nihalani's Aakrosh(1980) followed by Ardh Satya(1983), Aaghat(1985), Tamas (tele-serial, 1987) and many more thought-provoking and socially relevant films when the parallel cinema movement was at its peak. In an exclusive chat with Firstpost, Nihalani spoke about Puri — an unlikely hero and versatile actor — whose filmography ranged from art cinema to commercial movies and includes even British and American productions
Om Puri brought in the rural aam aadmi into mainstream cinema and Bollywood.
Om Puri was the thinking director’s dream
"Om Puri was a National Award winner and I was a novice, in my first film, Shyam Benegal's Susman. But he was such a loving human being, I ended up having a great time," says Pallavi Joshi.
Om Puri has displayed his versatility and acting chops in dozens of films in a career spanning over four decades. The actor breathed his last on 6 january