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Like The Enigma Of Ton No. 100
Batman Returns
A soon-to-arrive Sachin docu-pic has fans salivating, but they would be served well only if it documents the troughs in his career along with the celebrated peaks
‘Few Biopics Stand The Test Of Time...You Have To Get It Right’
Speech Balloon
Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui tallks about the processes that an actor must go through, his choices ranging from small films like Haramkhor to a ­lavish series with BBC...
Of Earth And Ether
Obituary
Serene and combustible at once, free as well as adherent, of her illustrious lineage but wholly individual—dualities defined both the diva and her music
The Rise And Rise Of The ­Female ­Protagonist
Woman Power
Changing mindset, talent and steady business have caused a spurt of women-centric films in Bollywood
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
Like The Enigma Of Ton No. 100
A soon-to-arrive Sachin docu-pic has fans salivating, but they would be served well only if it documents the troughs in his career along with the celebrated peaks
‘Few Biopics Stand The Test Of Time...You Have To Get It Right’
Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui tallks about the processes that an actor must go through, his choices ranging from small films like Haramkhor to a ­lavish series with BBC...
Of Earth And Ether
Serene and combustible at once, free as well as adherent, of her illustrious lineage but wholly individual—dualities defined both the diva and her music
24 Frames At Just 21
The youngest-ever director’s thrilling debut has made Rs 10 Cr in 100 days
A Grandiose Song For Gandhi
The musical moves from one milestone to the other interspersed with songs and commentary by Boman Irani as the voice of the British Raj.
The Rise And Rise Of The ­Female ­Protagonist
Changing mindset, talent and steady business have caused a spurt of women-centric films in Bollywood
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
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