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Out of Love review: Rasika Dugal's measured performance can't save this fest of cliches and melodrama
Out of Love, now streaming on Hotstar, crosses the line that separates suspension of disbelief and outright absurdity.
Shobhaa De rubbishes Abdul Basit's claim that he influenced her to write article 'advocating plebiscite' in Kashmir
Basit had said that he had managed to influence Shobhaa De to write the 2016 article titled 'Burhan Wani is dead but he'll live on till we find out what Kashmir really wants'.
Kabir Singh: CBFC member Vani Tripathi Tikoo criticises Shahid Kapoor's film, calls it 'terribly misogynstic'
CBFC member Vani Tripathi Tikoo has criticised Shahid Kapoor's Kabir Singh as 'extremely violent', highlighting how big stars should choose films responsibly
The tenth edition of the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival will have Ramachandra Guha, Naseeruddin Shah and others discussing subjects like Gandhi, love and Shakespeare
Lahore Literary Festival 2018 shrugs off controversy, stereotypes; revels in new ideas, cultural exchange
This edition of the Lahore Literary Festival featured discussions on world politics, fiction versus non-fiction and identity | #FirstCulture
Aparna Sen says filmmakers like Farah Khan have a distinct male gaze.
Kangana Ranaut, who was at the launch of Shobhaa De's latest book Seventy and To Hell With It here, has said she would love to write a book
Daulatram Jogawat was fat shamed by Shobhaa De during the BMC elections.
Shobha De says that men are uni-dimensional as everything is handed to them in our society where they are born in a privileged position.
A 58-year-old policeman from Madhya Pradesh has expressed displeasure over columnist Shobhaa De tweeting about his obese physical condition, which he said is because of a hormonal disorder.
Shobhaa De posted a picture of a hefty policeman sitting on a chair with the tag line 'Heavy police Bandobast in Mumbai today!'
We caught up with Shobhaa De for a brief chat in the days leading up to Tata Literature Live! Mumbai LitFest, where she will be making an appearance
Rio 2016 ‘Trollympics’: Shobhaa De, Vijay Goel, Ryan Lochte and others who made Olympics ‘memorable’
Athletes, officials, celebrities and even so called "celebrity writers" misfired in front of millions of spectators across the globe lending themselves to plenty of trolling by mere mortals of the Internet.
Sindhu defeated Nozomi Okuhara to enter the badminton finals at Rio 2016, the feat didn’t go unnoticed, as sportsmen, celebrities and politicians cheered on for her
Outrage, or intolerance (as popularly known in India), has become a way of life. A modern-day pastime, like binge-watching your favourite show.
A professional outrager reveals his fear: What if we run out of things to outrage about?
Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has thrown his weight behind India's Olympic contingent, which is yet to win a medal at the Rio Games, saying that the athletes have given their heart and soul to be there despite not getting top-class facilities that other nations provide
After Abhijeet Bhattacharya called Shobhaa De a 'besharam budhia' on Twitter, for her tweet criticising the Indian contingent at the 2016 Olympics, Sonam Kapoor stepped in to defend the writer