Sangeeta Dutta lays bare her emotions as she talks about the first documentary on the legendary filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh that she is showcasing at a film festival in London
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Journalist Sarah Salvadore talks about what Sridevi meant to women of her generation and the gracelessness demonstrated by the indian media while covering the ever dignified Sridevi
Swara Bhaskar’s open letter to Sanjay Leela Bhansali is nothing but a shoutout for attention, feels author Koral Dasgupta
Former senior Bollywood writer — in her book ‘Museum of Memories’ — has revealed a scandalous gossip that never. Can you guess who is the superstar actress she’s talking about?
Soha Ali Khan is the quintessential cine star minus all the starry tantrums, writes author Amrita Mukherjee
Koral Dasgupta reads and reviews the official biography of Hema Malini written by Ram Kamal Mukherjee
Film, Media and Entertainment Education in India and why we need to have a framework for the same…
The problems faced by the CBFC are more than you can imagine…
India is still struggling to convince most of her rural women to use a toilet
How the Indian film industry copes up with the box office drought in the next five years will determine if it can prevent a looming Doomsday
How an online petition got the regressive TV serial ‘Pehredaar Piya Ki’ kicked out of prime time slot
The Broadcast Content Complaints Council (BCCC) has ordered that ‘Pehredaar Piya Ki’ should be aired after 10 pm and will have to run a disclaimer saying that they don’t support child marriage
Asks Ambika Sharma Anavkar who is still wondering about it after watching ‘Lipstick Under My Burkha’
If anybody is to get an award for cheating in a relationship, then it must go to the Bollywood fans
Why it will be impossible for future period films to match up to Baahubali’s performance
Ram Kamal Mukherjee writes about his equation with TVF founder Arunabh Kumar. He also shares an uncensored letter from TVF senior management employee and actor Nidhi Bisht.
Believe it or not, our blogger Ram Kamal Mukherjee would always turn down the volume of the radio whenever he passed by the mosque. He still does…because of Amjad Sheikh. Here’s the untold story…
Akshay Kumar has a certain attitude towards life and he hasn’t changed colours like the others have in Bollywood
The Kaabil-Raees clash exposes Bollywood’s complete lack of ethics
The role of gangsters like Raees in creating the communal divide in the build up in 2002 riots can’t be wished away
The pressure of legacy is not only plaguing Bollywood, it’s spreading like cancer everywhere
The Rajasthani Rajput community is offended. It’s time we think about that too.
‘Raees’ shows the courage of Shah Rukh Khan who built a career on off-the-track film roles
Are Bollywood celebrities right when they say none should come out as gay in a country like India?
The Shah Rukh Khan of today has no resemblance to the Shah Rukh Khan that a generation has grown up on.
Om Puri is seeking for punishment for his outrageous remarks. His journalist wife suggests some…
Here’s looking at the eternal dilemma when it comes to Pakistani artistes and the issue of ‘art across borders’
So you think that a book on Bollywood always sells like hot cakes? Let one of the best book agents in India tell you the truth and only the truth.
Ramkamal Mukherjee pays homage to the legendary writer – Mahasweta Devi
Death is the biggest truth in our life. But who decides to call it off? Ramkamal Mukherjee talks about the incomplete dreams of people who wanted to live life.
Here’s trying to decode an aura that is called Salman Khan
Indie-UK production Brahman Naman launches on 7 July, exclusively on Netflix; bags popularity in US and Europe film festivals
How easy is it to hide behind Salman Khan’s callousness?