Profile of Namrata Joshi
On being honoured with the Dada Sahab Phalke award
On the parallel cinema movement in India.
The government's new moral code leaves cablewallahs bemused
Reign in the euphoria. The technology's here but can you afford it? It's entertainment at high cost.
Showbiz programming is NDTV's route to achieve a greater level of independence
There's more to Indian cinema than the NRI's nostalgia for home. Lagaan, K3G, and Moulin Rouge mark Bollywood's arrival on the world stage.
Some go gangsta. But paranormal, comedy and stale ol' mush—all are masala for a jaded mill.
The crisis of a society in flux gets projected onto the flickering screen as a deluge of family soaps work up an opiating lather
Aamir Khan has made his mark as an actor, will 'Lagaan' now launch him as a lucky producer?
A set of actors, revelling in unconventional roles and personae, recall a Shah or Puri of the last generation
Beginning as a box-office underdog, 'Gadar', because of its jingoistic idiom, has appealed to the prevailing mood and become a super-duper hit
No longer is a poky, airless cooking space relegated to a forlorn part of the house. Urban Indian kitchens turn chic.
The Censors act moral police again, this time completely banning a film they perceive as 'dark'
It's the government's turn to launch a cinematic offensive on the world; Cannes may well be a beginning.
If it is being touted as a film strong on story, well, then just tell me another one, says Namrata Joshi.
Whatever's happened to Hrithik Roshan—is this the end of the teen icon or just an ad break?
When hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon last fortnight, it also set off the biggest explosion of reality TV one has seen recently.
Bawdy khatiya numbers happen afresh; Madhuri remains fully decked up, even in bed, Salman doesnt
Tooned out of Scooby Doo and Popeye, it's war on television that young children are tuning in to
The force, it seems, is no longer with George Lucas Attack of the Clones fails to offer the same brand of unadulterated thrill and excitement as the Star Wars trilogy.
Devgan-Deol certainly fail in rewriting history, even at the box-office.