Q And A
Q And A News
The Underground Railroad is slated to release on Amazon Prime Video on 14 May
Abhishek Banerjee, who was last seen in Ajeeb Daastaans, looks back on his struggling days and how Paatal Lok's Hathoda Tyagi changed the course of his career
Nushrratt Bharuccha on Ajeeb Daastaans, breaking out of her on-screen 'urban girl' image and working on Ram Setu
Nushrratt Bharuccha about Ajeeb Daastaans, "I love these kinds of complicated, layered characters because we can connect to them."
Arjun Mathur, who had earned an International Emmy nomination for his performance in #MadeInHeaven, said he is excited about the show’s season two.
Rajkumar Rao said he never thought of going back home even when he was struggling, "I didn't come to this city chasing fame or money. I am in films because I really love them."
OK Computer cast Vijay Varma, Radhika Apte, Jackie Shroff discuss blending science and comedy in Disney+ Hotstar VIP show
OK Computer cast Vijay Varma, Radhika Apte, Jackie Shroff talk about their experience of working on Anand Gandhi's futuristic comedy series
Danish Renzu said The Illegal is dedicated to those who knew how "difficult is pursuing the American dream" and yet chose to never give up on that
Rajkummar Rao on Roohi, and why he thinks comparisons to Stree would be "unfair" to the upcoming film
Rajkummar Rao said even though his attempt is to play regular, relatable men on screen, he avoids getting "trapped" in a certain image.
Tabu, who will begin shooting for Anees Bazmee's Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 in mid-March, said she will probably wait it out before signing further projects
Tusshar Kapoor, who is venturing into film production with Akshay Kumar-starrer Laxmii, says it was a natural progression rather than a calculated career move
Matthew McConaughey discusses his memoir Greenlights, criticism to his professional success, and surviving existential crisis
In his memoir Greenlights, Matthew McConaughey spins 'some of his personal yarns, not necessarily because they sound cool but because he believes they reveal certain universal and teachable truths'.
Vijay Deverakonda said the current political system does not make sense to him and "not everyone should be allowed to vote."
Shriya Pilgaonkar on her latest thriller Crackdown, and how Mirazpur's success changed the momentum of her career
Shriya Pilgaonkar opens up on her latest espionage thriller from Voot Select, Crackdown, her strive to constantly explore her film choices, and why conversations around nepotism don't bother her craft.
The images of migrants' long walk home in the face of tragedy and death shook the nation and hit the headlines in the national and international media but their issues have now disappeared from the news, something that Manoj Bajpayee finds unfortunate.
Christopher Nolan, John David Washington discuss Tenet opening in theatres during coronavirus outbreak
Christopher Nolan is “very pleased” with Warner Bros’ innovative release plan for Tenet that is allowing for a slow, patient, and safe rollout.
Vir Das reflects on how and why this new special came into being, his creative process during the lockdown and how much he misses performing live
Pankaj Tripathi essays the role of Anup Saxena in Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl, a man who doesn't believe that aspirations should be gendered.
Bhonsle is reflective of our times, as the migrant vs local conflict is a growing global concern: Manoj Bajpayee
Manoj Bajpayee opens up on his upcoming migrant drama Bhonsle and why it draws parallels with the times we are living in
Avengers Endgame actor Anthony Mackie calls out Marvel Studios for lack of diversity in production crew
Anthony Mackie dives deep into Marvel Studios' 'racist' practices when it comes to hiring a crew in their movies while citing 'Black Panther'.
Anushka Sharma says has dared to produce never seen before, clutter-breaking cinema through Clean Slate Filmz.