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Actress Dia Mirza questions why a necessary, beautiful and pleasurable act is still considered a ‘sin’ in India
The new generation is moving away from Gandhi; we need Bollywood to make him relevant again. Smita Sarkar writes about the need for a revival
The phasing away of hand-pulled rickshaws from the streets of Calcutta has disturbed Om Puri. He puts forward a point. We think that the West Bengal government should care to listen
The inspiring story of Raju Hirani’s struggle and a rare video when he was a model and struggling in Bollywood
The former Editor of Bombay Times and DNA After Hrs, Gauri Sinh, on the eve of her new book release, says her journey through Tinseltown was like Alice in Wonderland chasing the White Rabbit: at once strange and wonderful!
Tonje and her partner Edith is grateful that Bollywood has chosen to depict their love story on screen
Priyanka Chopra is trying her level best to reach the desi audience in the US and we should allow her reasonable time, writes our celebrity blogger from Houston, Texas
TV show host, casting director, Hollywood line producer, Radio station owner, actress, model… Pooja Batra is actually rocking the scene away from our eyes. Find out all about her as our blogger tracks her down in Los Angeles
Eva Longoria, on fine evening, spoke to Bollywood Journalist from Texas
The journalist who last spoke Meenakshi Sheshadri tried to get in touch with her again. Then this happened…
“Nothing shall happen to us except what Allah has ordained for us,” reminds AR Rahman!
Senior journalist Rukmini Sen on why the student arrests at FTII might backfire on the government
Our columnist Ram Kamal Mukherjee delves deep into the solitude of the banished poet Taslima Nasreen, through the lens of debutant director Churni Ganguly. In an exclusive preview, Mukherjee tells us why Bengali film ‘Nirbashito’ is relevant in today’s time.
Our columnist Ram Kamal Mukherjee feels that film journalists of this generation lack knowledge. He explains why is it important to study cinema before joining any publication