NAG Vs MEG | Match 18 Dec 09, 2019
MEG 10/0 (6.0)
ASS Vs SER | Match 12 Dec 09, 2019
SER 130/4 (45.0)
TRI Vs JHA | Match 13 Dec 09, 2019
JHA 91/2 (20.0)
MAN Vs MIZ | Match 17 Dec 09, 2019
MIZ 290/10 (75.1)
BIH Vs PUD | Match 14 Dec 09, 2019
BIH 61/4 (27.0)
HP Vs SAU | Match 5 Dec 09, 2019
SAU 71/2 (20.0)
AND Vs VID | Match 4 Dec 09, 2019
VID 245/3 (89.4)
TN Vs KAR | Match 6 Dec 09, 2019
TN 165/4 (58.0)
HAR Vs MAH | Match 10 Dec 09, 2019
MAH 65/3 (28.0)
CHH Vs ODS | Match 9 Dec 09, 2019
CHH 6/0 (3.0)
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Nov 10, 2019
Tanuja Chandra: 'If there are 150 Hindi films in a year, not even 50 are led by female actors'As part of our #SceneStealers series, writer and filmmaker Tanuja Chandra discusses her brand of women-led cinema, two decades in the making, and why change — although on its way — has been slow to set in
Oct 22, 2019
Tahir Raj Bhasin's method involves drawing inspiration from real life, and blending it with a little bit of himselfTahir Raj Bhasin speaks to Firstpost about how his Chhicchore character, Derek, led a college life that was very different from his own, and his reaction on meeting Sunil Gavaskar for his upcoming film, 83.
Oct 06, 2019
Jio MAMI's Smriti Kiran builds a gargantuan homegrown film festival, while chasing her love for cinemaSmriti Kiran talks about reviving MAMI four years ago when it was on the verge of winding up, and how she put together the slate for the edition this year.
Sep 23, 2019
Amit Trivedi on the art of finding a balance between composing for film narratives and making hit songsIn an exclusive interview with Firstpost, music composer Amit Trivedi talks about composing for film narratives, why he rises above industry diktats, and the reason behind romantic songs enjoying an instant connect.
Sep 13, 2019
Reema Kagti on bringing an outsider's gaze to her films, and co-writing with Zoya AkhtarFilmmaker Reema Kagti talks about the 'supernatural' element in her films, and why they often deal with the theme of coming to terms with loss.
Sep 05, 2019
Varun Grover on adapting Sacred Games, and why pro-establishment comedy is against Indian cultureVarun Grover talks about the 'existential crisis' in Sacred Games, and why the comedians today should not 'waste' their voices through pro-establishment comedy.
Aug 25, 2019
Sayani Gupta on being an actor sans vanity, and the importance of finding the rhythm for every characterIn 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.
Jul 04, 2019
Gulshan Devaiah on finding the Duryodhana in every character, and playing each villain differentlyGulshan Devaiah talks about why he seeks Duryodhana in every character he plays, and how he prepared for his quirky double role in Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota.
Jun 16, 2019
Shefali Shah on playing different shades of an 'everywoman', and using silence as her weapon of choiceShefali Shah explains why silence has been a leitmotif in all her performances, from Dil Dhadakne Do to Delhi Crime, and how it has helped her to scream out loud.
May 29, 2019
Writer-actor Dhruv Sehgal on his struggle to hold on to the Little Things that ground and shape his lifeDhruv Sehgal, the creator of Netflix's Little Things, says it is becoming increasingly difficult to retain his fascination for learning as he gets busier in life.