Irrfan, who recently returned to India after shooting for Jurassic World, is more excited about at least one of his upcoming Bollywood projects than his Hollywood venture.
Aparna Sen says she doesn't understand why women are either item girls or put on a moral pedestal in our films. She lets it rip about why acting made her cringe, Hindi films today and why none of her films about women apply to her.
"I can't help myself," Jordan says. "It's an addiction. You ask for this special power to achieve these heights, and now you got it and you want to give it back, but you can't. If I could, then I could breathe."
Some people might have thrown a tantrum. Others might have pleaded to the selectors. Jaffer just got with life.
Having won the gold medal at the 2002 Asian Games, essentially giving him the title of the best amateur in Asia, Kapur wants to repeat that feat as a pro.
Firstpost spoke to Vijay Kumar on life after Olympics — how hard it is to live as a champion, whether India's young shooters are pushing him to the limit and whether he feels there's been a change in the way India treat their Olympians.
In an interview with Vivek Kaul, leading historian and public intellectual Ramachandra Guha tackles questions on the Gandhi dynasty, Kar Sevaks and the cowardice of the Indian state.
Kollywood-Bollywood director AR Murugadoss is on cloud nine. His Diwali Tamil release Thuppakki with Vijay has taken a gargantuan opening and is being hailed by both the masses and the critics.
Two-time world billiards champion Rupesh Shah talks to Firstpost about how he took up the game, what superstitions he follows and how the game can go forward. And believe us, this man is downright funny.
Treat Bollywood as another industry, is Madhavan's advice to south Indian actors.
In an exclusive interview, Armando Colaco speaks to Firstpost about his five-time league winning Dempo Sports Club, the state of football in India and whether there's a way forward.
The Tamil film industry's hottest young star, Suriya, tells Firstpost what it feels like to carry the box office on his shoulders and why Bollywood doesn't interest him.
Activist Urmi Basu and her New Light shelter for the children of prostitutes is part of the new documentary Half the Sky based on Nicholas Kristof's book. She speaks about trafficking, Aamir Khan and Hillary Clinton.
Barfi director believes touching a hundred hearts is more important than Rs.100 crore box-office takings and says versatility often turns out to be a disadvantage in the film industry.
From longingly looking at the greens to fetching a ball— from practicing with a wooden stick to becoming caddie— and from sneaking in to the driving range only to be spotted as a top talent, Chikka epitomises the charm of Golf.
Shah Rukh Khan reveals the secret that helped him reach the levels of success he enjoys today. <br /><br /> <br /><br />
Mira Nair's The Reluctant Fundamentalist opened to a standing ovation at the Venice Film Festival. But has 9/11 lost its punch in 2012? Mira Nair tells us why she made the movie now.