Yash Raj Films turns 50: A look at anti-heroes who made villainy fashionable, from SRK in Darr to Hrithik Roshan in War
From Shah Rukh Khan's twisted stalker in Darr to the swashbuckling bad guys of the Dhoom franchise, Yash Raj Films has given us some memorable anti-heroes.
While Shoojit Sircar has perfected his signature eccentric lighthearted slice-of-life films, he has also ventured into hard-hitting political dramas.
Anurag Kashyap's Womaniyas: Ahead of Choked, a look at the filmmaker's compelling presentation of female characters
After Manmarziyaan, Lust Stories, and Ghost Stories, Anurag Kashyap is back to tell another woman's story in Choked: Paisa Bolta Hai, starring Saiyami Kher.
Yash Raj Films turns 50: Actors who began their film career with the production house, from Anushka Sharma to Ranveer Singh
Yash Raj Films has sporadically introduced new talent since 1985 but the A-listers started coming in only after Anushka Sharma's debut in 2008.
Rishi Kapoor passes away: Revisiting his most successful pairings, from Neetu Singh, Sridevi to Juhi Chawla
Rishi Kapoor has collaborated with several actresses like Neetu Kapoor, Tina Munim, and Juhi Chawla in his illustrious career.
Rishi Kapoor passes away: A look at his collaborations with directors, from Yash Chopra to Manmohan Desai
In a career spanning almost half a century, Rishi Kapoor has collaborated with some of the most noted filmmakers of the Hindi film industry.
As Yash Raj Films turns 50, listing the production house's underrated gems, from Doosra Aadmi to Titli
Yash Raj Films has churned out over a dozen blockbusters since 1970 but it has also offered many films that were equally good yet less successful.
Coronavirus Outbreak: As Ki & Ka clocks in four years, Arjun Kapoor appeals men to aid household chores during lockdown
Arjun Kapoor shared a video message on Instagram and thanked netizens for all the "love and appreciation" for the R. Balki's Ki & Ka
Coronavirus Outbreak: Preity Zinta watches her 1998 film Soldier during isolation, says she misses co-star Bobby Deol
Preity Zinta had also previously pledged support to the PM-CARES fund set up to tackle COVID-19 in India.
Stella Dallas, screened as part of King Vidor retrospective at Berlinale 2020, depicts a marvelously grey protagonist
In Stella Dallas (1937), Barbra Stanwyck plays the titular character, the daughter of a millworker who wants more from life.
Before Anubhav Sinha turned to social dramas, he made films with 'mind blowing' music, like Dus and Cash
Let Anubhav Sinha not forget he gave us gems like 'Dus Bahane', 'Cash', 'Mind Blowing Mahia', 'Deedar De', and made a cult out of Shamita Shetty.
Now that Imtiaz Ali completes 15 years in Bollywood, a look at his past films yet, which have another commonality besides the director — love in abundance.
Jojo Rabbit and Life Is Beautiful use the same contrasting narrative tools — Nazi Germany and a child's perspective
Jojo Rabbit and Life Is Beautiful use the similar setting and point of view but are starkly different since they narrate stories from different sides of the fence.
Kirk Douglas passes away: Recalling when son Michael opened up to Anil Kapoor on living in his father's shadow
Son of Hollywood icon late Kirk Douglas, Michael said that he struggled to live up to the legacy of his father in his youth.
Pedro Almodóvar’s Oscar-nominated Pain and Glory looks a lot like autobiography, but then, so does Bad Education
Pedro Almodovar denies Pain and Glory is an accurate account of his life. If not a personal autobiography, it is perhaps a professional kind.
Ahead of Ajay Devgn's 100th film, Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, recalling his ten most memorable performances
Ajay Devgn's best performances clearly prove why unlike the popular perception today, his talent lies far beyond the Singhams and the Golmaals.
Amid Bollywood's silence on CAA protests, Shabana Azmi's 1989 video criticising govt for Safdar Hashmi's death emerges
A video from 1989 has surfaced on Twitter, which sees Shabana Azmi take the stage to criticise the Congress-led government over the death of Safdar Hashmi.
Pati, Patni aur Woh revisited: Ahead of the release of the remake, here's why BR Chopra's classic hasn't aged well
While it may be considered apt, or even progressive, for the 1970s, the original Pati, Patni Aur Woh has certainly not aged well in the contemporary gaze.
Park Chan-wook’s 2016 Korean thriller The Handmaiden shows how we react differently to physical and emotional violence
In The Handmaiden, we actually see the emotional abuse, but we flinch more at the physical violence, when those fingers are chopped off.
The Rambo franchise timeline spans 37 years, going from 1982 with First Blood and ending in September 2019 with Last Blood.