This Pakistani actor is actually financial facilitator for Hafiz Muhammad Saeed, a UN-designated terrorist and the man responsible for numerous terror attacks in India
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
Soha Ali Khan is the quintessential cine star minus all the starry tantrums, writes author Amrita Mukherjee
Film, Media and Entertainment Education in India and why we need to have a framework for the same…
She ruled the hearts of men who were born in the forties; perhaps your grandpa will remember her. She is Seema Kapoor
In the midst of all talks of the changing equations between SRK and Salman, we forget the fierce equation between Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan
Here’s the truth about the murky underworld of ‘bold’ Bollywood content
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…
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.
A film that beautifully showcases how an OCD can wreck your life. We found it at the London Indian Film Festival.
The film ‘Moh, Maya, Money’ is an unusual take on white collar crime. It was recently screened at the 7th London Indian Film Festival
The documentary, Fireflies In The Abyss, is an eye-opener but sadly it can do little to change the conditions of the inhuman coal pits of Meghalaya
The tete-a-tete with Sharmila Tagore at the 7th London Indian Film Festival was a revelation of sorts on the classics of Satyajit Ray. Here is what happened…
Here’s profiling a teenage actress who has caught everybody’s attention after winning the junior jury award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2016