World Radio Day: From Lage Raho Munna Bhai to Tumhari Sulu, here's Bollywood's tryst with radio jockeys
From Tumhari Sulu to Salaam Namaste: Bollywood's tryst with radio jockeys in films
Filmfare Awards 2018 has more hits than misses, with Irrfan, Vidya Balan and Jagga Jasoos winning top honours
There were a few things that went right at this year’s Filmfare Awards.
Filmfare Awards 2018: Irrfan Khan, Vidya Balan, Zaira Wasim, Rajkummar Rao win top honours; see full winners' list
Newton, Hindi Medium, Trapped, Secret Superstar and Jagga Jasoos won big at the 63rd Jio Filmfare Awards, held on 20 January at NSCI dome
Finally an answer to what went wrong in Bollywood in 2017 — haywire budgets and unrealistic star fees
Rangoon, Raabta, Tubelight, and Jab Harry Met Sejal, despite the hype and hoopla, ultimately proved to be loss-making propositions. On the contrary films like Newton, Tumhari Sulu, Hindi Medium, Bareilly Ki Barfi and Shubh Mangal Savdhan shone bright.
2017 showed that mainstream Hindi cinema finally seemed to get its act right with women-led films | #YearInReview
From Tumhari Sulu to Naam Shabana, Bollywood ensured feminism is more than just the 'word of the year'
Whether it their characters onscreen (read: Tumhari Sulu) or statements off screen, Bollywood actresses made sure their presence is felt throughout the year
Vidya Balan says after multiple box office duds, she gave into the thinking that married actresses can't deliver a hit, but Tumhari Sulu proved it wrong
Tumhari Sulu: Vidya Balan paves way for honest portrayal of women on screen, but how real is too real?
Without Vidya Balan, Sulochana from Tumhari Sulu may just have become a cutesy/giggly character, a contemporary Disney princess from Virar. The inherently flawed woman is waiting for her moment on Indian screens.
Vidya Balan's slice-of-life film Tumhari Sulu crosses the 30 crore mark at the box office, while Kapil Sharma's Firangi grosses Rs 4.5 crore.
Rajkummar Rao and Vidya Balan took home the Best Actor and Best Actress award for Newton and Tumhari Sulu respectively, at the Star Screen Awards 2017.
As Vidya Balan's turn in Tumhari Sulu establishes, the everyday battles and victories of the homemaker can make for entertaining, engaging cinema
Vidya Balan continues to reaffirm that it is okay to be yourself, by simply being herself; love handles and all.
Tumhari Sulu has earned Rs 26.19 domestically; Disney Pixar's Coco made $153.4 million globally; Murder On The Orient Express has raked in $200 million
Before Tumhari Sulu, many Bollywood films including Dangal, Badrinath Ki Dulhania, Jolly LLB2, have fallen prey to piracy.
Tumhari Sulu seems like just the twist of fate Vidya Balan was waiting for in her career, after a streak of box office duds.
Tumhari Sulu is a wonderful reminder of the films of Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Basu Chatterjee and Sai Paranjpe
Tumhari Sulu is a slice-of-life film revolving around a woman who is a homemaker by the day and a radio jockey by the night. Aksar 2 is a crime-thriller where one plot unravels another one.
Despite its exasperating folly as it draws to a close, Tumhari Sulu is a throat-achingly, side-splittingly hysterical entertainer.
Justice League is a true-blue superhero flick with loads of actions and CGI elements, while Tumhari Sulu is a slice-of-life film.
Tumhari Sulu music review: This concoction of uplifting songs is redolent of loving others, and yourself
Tumhari Sulu is a fine blend of many concoctions — of songs old and new, genres western and Indian, tones gentle and peppy.