On Satyajit Ray's 100th birth anniversary, his leading ladies Aparna Sen and Madhabi Mukherjee weigh in on the political significance of the man and his legacy, even 29 years since he breathed his last.
Sharmila Tagore received the first round of the coronavirus vaccine in Gurugram’s Artemis Hospital on 20 March.
Mehfil-e-Sahir | Celebrating 100 years of Sahir Ludhianvi: Hussain Haidry reads 'Main To Kuch Bhi Nahin'
For his birth centennial, we're presenting Sahir Ludhianvi's words in the voice of contemporary lyricists. Here, Hussan Haidry discusses why 'Main To Kuch Bhi Nahin' is a rare exception in the poet-lyricist's oeuvre.
Saif Ali Khan, in a recent media interview said, that after his father Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi's death in 2011 he desired for the family to possess Pataudi Palace again.
Saif Ali Khan was mocked and criticised on social media for calling himself a "victim of nepotism".
Revisiting Satyajit Ray's Devi: The enduring relevance of the film's biting critique of dehumanisation of women
In Devi, the 'goddess's' listlessness and immobility in the face of burgeoning oppression was a metaphor for patriarchy at its diabolical worst.
Rishi Kapoor passes away at 67: Amitabh Bachchan, Sharmila Tagore, Shatrughan Sinha mourn actor's death
Rishi Kapoor was hospitalised on Wednesday at the HN Reliance hospital in Mumbai after he complained of breathing ailments
Amid CAA protests, eight eminent personalities call on citizens to 'introspect and audit' working of Constitution ahead of R-Day
Eight eminent personalities, including former Supreme Court judge J Chelameswar and ex-Chief Election Commissioner SY Quraishi, have appealed to people to "introspect and audit" the working of the Constitution ahead of the 70th anniversary of the Republic.
Kareena Kapoor Khan on reuniting with Akshay Kumar for Good Newwz and auditioning for Aamir Khan's Laal Singh Chadha
Kareena Kapoor Khan discusses reuniting with Aamir Khan for Laal Singh Chadha, returning to comedy, and playing a pregnant woman in Good Newwz.
What Women Want season 2 trailer: Kareena Kapoor Khan's radio show promises candid, quirky conversations
The second season of What Women Want is scheduled to be launched soon on Ishq FM's YouTube page.
Kalki Koechlin, Tusshar Kapoor, Rhea Kapoor to feature in Kareena Kapoor's What Women Want season 2 podcast
Season 2 of What Women Want will also feature Kareena Kapoor Khan's husband Saif Ali Khan and mother-in-law Sharmila Tagore, along with Shilpa Shetty Kundra.
Shilpa Shetty Kundra shared a picture with What Women Want host Kareena Kapoor Khan on Instagram, confirming her presence on the show.
Saif Ali Khan will be one of the first guests on Season 2 of Kareena Kapoor Khan's radio chat show.
Sharmila Tagore reveals Sara Ali Khan's advice on dealing with Taimur media frenzy: If you can't beat them, join them
Sharmila Tagore admitted to being old fashioned and that she is still learning to cope up with the media frenzy around Taimur as it makes her apprehensive.
Sara Ali Khan reveals Sharmila Tagore messaged Amrita Singh after 14 years, following Kedarnath release
Sara Ali Khan said that the fact that her family connected over her performance in Kedarnath was a special moment for her.
On her 74th birthday, the Sharmila Tagore also said that the excessive media attention on Taimur, slightly concerns the family
Shashi Kapoor, Sharmila Tagore's Gehri Chot is an 80s Indo-Canadian film about the immigrant experience
Gehri Chot begins as a study of immigrant life but then becomes a tale of marital discord before finally ending up as a thriller.
Apur Sansar marks the debut of both Soumitra Chattopadhyay and Sharmila Tagore, as Apu and Aparna respectively, both of whom went on to appear in a number of films by Satyajit Ray
On Day 4 of Jaipur Literature Festival 2018, conversations about writing memoirs, nature and Indian education
Day 4 of the Jaipur Literature Festival had an insightful session about sea-birds, an impromptu session by Mallika Dua and Shashi Tharoor speaking in Hindi | #FirstCulture
With Nayak, Satyajit Ray goes to the heart of the question — who is truly happy? — turning the question around on its head, and asking instead: what, in fact, is true happiness? | #FirstCulture