Kabir Khan, Imtiaz Ali, Rima Das, Onir to collaborate on short film compilation, slated to premiere at IFFM 2021
The directors will work with selected filmmaking teams from Victoria, Australia, to mentor and then shoot the short films.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Sunny Leone hosts digital chat show; Onir to judge short film contest amid lockdown
Sunny Leone and other Bollywood celebrities have kept the creativity flowing during the lockdown: from making short films, creating web shows to narrating fictional stories, all on the Internet.
Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Farhan Akhtar condemn felling of Aarey forest's trees after Bombay HC dismisses plea
Several Bollywood actors condemned the felling of trees in Aarey Colony to make way for a Metro carshed.
Ophelie Wiel on her new book on Hindi cinema, why Bollywood lacks global appeal, sexism in the industry
French writer and film scholar Ophelie Wiel's book Rendezvous with Hindi Cinema takes the reader to Bollywood's backstage. In a series of 20 interviews conducted with many well-known and lesser-known names from Indian cinema, Wiel paints a holistic picture of modern-day Bollywood that seemingly accommodates insiders and outliers alike.
Watch: Ahead of Independence Day, Pride-themed National Anthem unveiled, featuring Onir, Apurva Asrani
The Humsafar Trust has released a Pride-themed rendition of the National Anthem To commemorate the first year of Independence that does not criminalise homosexuality,
Zaira Wasim quits acting; reactions pour in on Twitter from Onir, Barkha Dutt, Raveena Tandon, Nagma
Zaira Wasim's decision to quit acting brought in strong, yet divisive reactions on social media
Aditya Warrior was associated with many big budget projects, including Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela and Hasee Toh Phasee.
Three directors, known to have made iconic films about the LGBTQI community, about what the future holds after the scrapping of Section 377
Tannishtha Chatterjee says at the moment, she is done with playing these crushed, oppressed women in crumpled cotton saris.
Onir’s Raising The Bar views people with Down Syndrome as fellow humans deserving of solidarity, rather than “the other” deserving pity.
In Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz, Archana is meant to be a symbol of female resilience and vigour, and Alfaaz a testament to the extreme fragility of masculinity
Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz movie review: Onir's lighthearted romance is a fine blend of nostalgia and melancholy
Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz is set in a world of pings, beeps, forwards and rhyme laced with a leisureliness that has become associated with Kolkata.
Set in modern times when Tinder, direct messaging and social media drive relationships and interaction, Onir's Kuchh Bheege Alfaaz is a romantic drama
Amidst the Padmavati controversy, a string of filmmakers have questioned the freedom of speech and expression in India
After My Brother Nikhil and I Am, among others, Shab should have augmented Onir’s oeuvre
Here's what happened on the Day 3 of the Kashish Queer Film Festival.
Onir had written the script of Shab when he was an assistant in Daman, the film for which Raveena Tandon won a National Award.
Chauranga review: A low-key film that tells a story that needs to be told, but doesn't tell it well enough
Chauranga comes across as an unfeeling drama even though the screen is, at all times, busy with multiple pressing concerns.
England's deputy PM Nick Clegg sounded the clapper for the mahurat shot for 'Veda' Onir's adaptation of Hamlet in Taj Mahal Hotel on Tuesday
Filmmaker Onir has called eminent filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh's demise a big loss to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community.