Before you rue the lack of talent in journalism, pause for a moment to think about the plight of senior journalists in India
The film is just half a cut above the commonplace Bollywood rom-com
The film will work for you only if you are a Hrithik Roshan fan.
The second half is a drag and ruins the pacy first half. The film is an average fare.
The film doesn’t have either a brain a heart. It just doesn’t work.
Ramkamal Mukherjee pays homage to the legendary writer – Mahasweta Devi
The film will entertain action buffs. The rest can rest easy.
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 are the highlights of the closing ceremony of the London Indian Film Festival
A film that beautifully showcases how an OCD can wreck your life. We found it at the London Indian Film Festival.
If you want to watch a good film this weekend, this is the one you are looking for.
The film is strictly meant for ardent Rajinikanth fans. If you are not, then it’s better to give this a miss.
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 trying to decode an aura that is called Salman Khan
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
Tannishtha Chatterjee spoke while flitting around the London Indian Film Festival which is screening two of her films
It’s not ‘Grand’ but ‘Sasti’ Masti. Just do whatever you want to do to avoid this film.
We spoke to Aparna Sen and came back a little startled. Read the exclusive interview to know why…
Farhan Akhtar continues to remain silent. Just the opposite of what he preaches.
The London Indian Film Festival 2016 will bring together a delightful bouquet of South Asian Cinema, by perceptive directors of the region
He is the last person you would expect to take up acting as a career. But that is Sid Mallya for you.
The film is kickass entertainment and full of heart. Clearly one of Salman Khan’s better films.
The film is like a badly made ‘Khichdi’ and rather an indigestible one as well
Indie-UK production Brahman Naman launches on 7 July, exclusively on Netflix; bags popularity in US and Europe film festivals
A slew of reforms are in the offing resuscitate Brand SRK. Is it the overconfidence that is proving to be his team’s Achilles heel?
The only takeaway from the film is a brilliant performance by Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
How easy is it to hide behind Salman Khan’s callousness?
Yes, he made that ‘rape’ comment but he said a lot of other stuff in the same interview which went unreported. In hindsight, the other answers of Salman Khan were interesting too.
He has scored four back-to-back flops and losing his brands. It’s important for the Kapoor scion to get back in form. Very soon.
In an exclusive survey conducted by CraftsVilla.com, Hrithik Roshan races past Abhishek Bachchan and Riteish Desmukh