Something utterly real and ordinary, and yet something volcanic. Om Puri was a scale to judge the craft of acting by.
The film producer and BAFTA nominee, on her latest release, Haraamkhor, and dealing with the Censor Board.
Wrestling bears and dreams, making wishes in dark alleys. A look at the films that stood out in the year gone by, infecting both our memories and imagination.
Bollywood affairs have always caught the public’s imagination. Now, they have also become a marketable commodity, says Sathya Saran
Set in a brothel during Partition, Rajkahini shocked audiences by its sexually charged themes. Sreemoyee Piu Kundu speaks with director Srijit Mukherji.
The cultural harvest season of old Madras lives and thrives in a new age. Two sisters on their journey.
Aditya Chopra conceived Befikre as a modern antithesis to DDLJ. But it has been a modern disaster.
Bengali filmmakers are bending Bollywood with socially relevant themes wreathed in entertainment
Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury whose Bollywood debut Pink won many accolades, talks about the Bollywood evolution.
In no small way, Marathi films have caught the mainstream’s attention, and are sprinkling it with nuance
The painter talks about his latest exhibition and the gradual evolution of his artistic credo
Artistes from the Northeast are yet to get their due in tinsel town
The film will obviously appeal to those who liked the Potter sagas, and they get a chance to enter a whole new world of Rowling-created mythology.
One of the first to start the digital art rage in India, Ashok Ahuja speaks about his exhibition, Allured.
Carnatic had other non-conformists. But he was like a separate one-man genre.
A delightful tale of love narrated to the audience in a ballad-like song sung by Jacob Rajan, the writer and sole actor
The granddaughter of the legendary Kishori Amonkar performed at the Prithvi Theatre Festival
After a break of sorts, Vidya Balan is back in Sujoy Ghosh’s Kahaani 2
The theatrical presentation of the writings of Stephen Leacock, the British-born, Canadian political scientist and humourist is entertaining and engaging.
The actor and writer on bagging his first lead role opposite Kalki Koechlin in Robbin, and making it in Bollywood as an outsider
They too are part of that night sky. A brief history of one-hit wonders.
The director of Lagaan, Swades and Mohenjo Daro, is now hero of a Marathi film, Ventilator. It’s produced by Priyanka Chopra and directed by Rajesh Mapuskar.