Driven by virality and page-views, Journalism today is all about getting people to react to your article
Do you want to become a Bollywood writer? Then these cheat-codes are for you.
Freelancers are like stray dogs for some media houses. They only get the extra food, fondled when necessary but shooed away most of the time
Before you rue the lack of talent in journalism, pause for a moment to think about the plight of senior journalists in India
Unlike this year’s best picture ‘Spotlight’, Bollywood has come nowhere near the real Indian newsroom or journalism
Katrina talks about Fitoor, love, marriage and much more…
Nine months after Caitlyn Jenner first came out to the world, she shared the highs and lows of her decades-long struggle at an exclusive conference of women trailblazers in Palos Verdes, California
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
Filmmaker-Journalist Khalid Mohamed talks about the state of film journalism today. Don’t forget to read till the very end for an important announcement from him.
Here are answers to a few nagging questions on Bollywood and their over-pampered stars.
Here are the answers to all the questions that you have been asking me all this while
A personal account of what happens if you are working on a controversial Bollywood article
Here’s a question paper for wannabe entertainment journalists keeping in mind I&B minister Manish Tiwary’s recommendation that all journalist should go through an entrance test.
When the film industry is doing so well, the entertainment departments of TV channels that cover the film industry, should be doing well too. Right? Wrong!
It’s a tough time for us entertainment journalists. Many of us find ourselves out of jobs without doing anything wrong. But are we doing it right?