Parched, Rajma Chawal helmer Leena Yadav to direct Oscar-winning actress Geena Davis in Cowgirl’s Last Ride
Cowgirl's Last Ride will be financed by LA production firm Resonate Entertainment, along with director Leena Yadav's husband Aseem Bajaj
Sayani Gupta on being an actor sans vanity, and the importance of finding the rhythm for every character
In an interview with Firstpost, Sayani Gupta talks about how she, given her origin from a musically-inclined family, finds a "rhythm" for every character, even though her entry point is the character's spine.
Sayani Gupta on Article 15, her co-star Ayushmann Khurrana and why she has been refusing Bollywood films
Sayani Gupta opens up about her role in Article 15, why she prefers international projects and webseries over Bollywood films and her wishlist of directors.
Radhika Apte is one of a clutch of contemporary actresses that hold content above screen size or narrative length.
Tannishtha starred alongside Nawazuddin Siddiqui in Garth Davis’ Oscar nominated 2016 film Lion.
Filmmakers like Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, Saiwyn Quadras and Ketan Mehta will share their thoughts with the audience, with regards to writing biopics.
Rishi Kapoor stars in another father-son story, Umesh Shukla's comedy 102 Not Out. Interestingly, he plays the son in this one, to Amitabh Bachchan.
Parched starring Radhika Apte, Mango Dreams and Lathe Joshi bagged multiple awards at LIFFT India Filmotsav 2017
The success of Lipstick Under My Burkha only tells us that it is not disrupting anything in the country, especially when it comes to the feelings of the people who hold the baton of morals.
Radhika Apte talks about the country's negative attitude about sexuality and menstruation.
This week on The Firstpost Show we had Radhika Apte and Sayani Gupta, co-stars from the recently released film <em>Parched</em> and both known to be talented performers.
'Your question is very ridiculous,' said Radhika Apte to a reporter who quizzed her about her leaked intimate scene from the film parched, at a launch event for a luxury watch brand
The National Commission for Women on Thursday, 29 September, slammed a comedy TV show for allegedly making fun of the skin tone of actress Tannishtha Chatterjee and said it is exploring avenues to initiate action on the "unfortunate episode".
After Tannishtha Chatterjee shared what she faced when she went to promote her film on a TV show, a spokesperson on behalf of the channel apologised.
While Tannishtha Chatterjee recounted her nightmarish experience on a comedy show in a long post on her Facebook page, she also had a live chat with Firstpost where she put forth her views.
Actress Tannishtha Chatterjee has slammed a TV comedy show, to which she was invited, for making fun of her skin colour in the name of roast.
In its second week at the theatres, Amitabh Bachchan-Taapsee Pannu starrer Pink continued to do good business, riding over new releases like Parched and Riteish Deshmukh's Banjo
A day before the release of Bollywood film Parched, a PIL was filed on Thursday in the Gujarat High Court seeking a ban on it.
Parched – produced by Ajay Devgn, no less – is to impoverished women of rural India what last week’s much-acclaimed release Pink is to educated, middle-class urban Indian women
Directed by Leena Yadav, Parched is undoubtedly a movie to look out for this weekend.