Arts & Entertainment
Shot In Dubai
Desert Calling
The Emirate’s policies make it an ideal place for Bollywood, Hollywood and others to shoot films
Trapped In The Gravity Of Film
Actor In Focus
Of the captivating grayscale explorations of ­Rajkummar Rao on screen...and his lighter hues
To The Beats Of A Solo Performer
Theatre
The story touches upon glamour and the cost it extracts. It's about crime, the afterlife and love...
‘There Is More To Me Than This, I Said For Ten Years, But None Believed’
Speech Balloon
Shahid Kapoor on Rangoon, his third film with Vishal Bhardwaj and why shooting for it was tougher than Haider
Home At Last
Arts & Entertainment Magazine February 27, 2017
Bollywood
Leaving the baggage of his past behind, Sanjay Dutt makes his final comeback
Dark Stallion Shining
Arts & Entertainment Magazine February 20, 2017
Hit Factory
Akshay Kumar has devised a template for money-spinners
Too Many Players In El Dorado
Arts & Entertainment Magazine February 13, 2017
Big Studio Exit
When Hollywood studios entered the Indian film market, they were being touted as the game-changers. Now, they are planning to quit the game they couldn’t quite comprehend.
The Khanate Without End
Arts & Entertainment Magazine February 06, 2017
Cover Story
A journey extraordinaire. Twenty-five years on, Shahrukh Khan stays at the top effortlessly, retaining an insatiable hunger for excellence in his craft.
On An Electric Cool Memory Ride
Arts & Entertainment Magazine January 30, 2017
Theatre
Starring two maverick artists Niladri Kumar and Makrand Deshpande, Patni meddles with the consciousness of the audience...
A Lunar Terror On Earth’s Face
Arts & Entertainment Magazine January 23, 2017
Legacy
Something utterly real and ordinary, and yet something volcanic. Om Puri was a scale to judge the craft of acting by.
  • 10 Questions
    The film producer and BAFTA nominee, on her latest release, Haraamkhor, and dealing with the Censor Board.
Shot In Dubai
The Emirate’s policies make it an ideal place for Bollywood, Hollywood and others to shoot films
‘Dubai Will Host More Bollywood Projects’
The Dubai Film and Television Commission Chairman Jamal Al Sharif on how they ensure a seamless and hassle-free experience to all international film crews
Trapped In The Gravity Of Film
Of the captivating grayscale explorations of ­Rajkummar Rao on screen...and his lighter hues
To The Beats Of A Solo Performer
The story touches upon glamour and the cost it extracts. It's about crime, the afterlife and love...
‘There Is More To Me Than This, I Said For Ten Years, But None Believed’
Shahid Kapoor on Rangoon, his third film with Vishal Bhardwaj and why shooting for it was tougher than Haider
Home At Last
Arts & Entertainment Magazine February 27, 2017
Leaving the baggage of his past behind, Sanjay Dutt makes his final comeback
Dark Stallion Shining
Arts & Entertainment Magazine February 20, 2017
Akshay Kumar has devised a template for money-spinners
In Raag Dehlavi
Arts & Entertainment Magazine February 20, 2017
The Dilli gharana of Tanras and Chand Khan has a gentle prima donna
Too Many Players In El Dorado
Arts & Entertainment Magazine February 13, 2017
When Hollywood studios entered the Indian film market, they were being touted as the game-changers. Now, they are planning to quit the game they couldn’t quite comprehend.
The Khanate Without End
Arts & Entertainment Magazine February 06, 2017
A journey extraordinaire. Twenty-five years on, Shahrukh Khan stays at the top effortlessly, retaining an insatiable hunger for excellence in his craft.
On An Electric Cool Memory Ride
Arts & Entertainment Magazine January 30, 2017
Starring two maverick artists Niladri Kumar and Makrand Deshpande, Patni meddles with the consciousness of the audience...
Picking Up An Ankle With A Mat Finish
Arts & Entertainment Magazine January 30, 2017
Smash-hit Dangal plays fast and loose with facts about the ‘villain’ of the uplifting piece —women’s wrestling coach P.R. Sondhi
‘First Carnatic Song To Trend On YouTube’
Arts & Entertainment Magazine January 30, 2017
Carnatic singer T.M. Krishna talks about his music video Poromboke (a pejorative Tamil word, also meaning ‘common land resources’), on Chennai’s environment issues, that has gone viral on social media
A Lunar Terror On Earth’s Face
Arts & Entertainment Magazine January 23, 2017
Something utterly real and ordinary, and yet something volcanic. Om Puri was a scale to judge the craft of acting by.
Guneet Monga
Arts & Entertainment Magazine January 23, 2017
The film producer and BAFTA nominee, on her latest release, Haraamkhor, and dealing with the Censor Board.
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