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In an interview with the writer, casting director Shruti Mahajan discussed the decision to cast Neena Gupta as a grandmother and also shed light on her other projects, including the highly anticipated film 'Heeramandi' by Sanjay Leela Bhansali.
In this season of Coke Studio, emerging artists from India's hinterlands and seasoned artists have joined forces to lend their unique voices and tell the story of Bharat.
In this interview, Tiger Shroff shares his perspective on breaking gender norms in fashion while also hinting at surprises that lie ahead for his fans.
Karan got engaged to his longtime girlfriend Drisha Acharya a few months ago in a private ceremony. Their wedding will take place between June 16-18
In this interview with Outlook, Akarsh Khurana talks about how he captures the indignities of aging with humour and pathos in his role as a writer, director, and more.
Nigerian singer Divine Ikubor, known as Rema, will be performing his first India tour on May 12-14 and in this interview, he talks about his love for Indian music and being a Bollywood fan
After making a documentary film on Indian classical music after college which premiered at the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival and was then on Netflix for 3 years, she is now ready with her first fiction direction titled ‘Retake’
In this interview with Outlook, the actor talks about his life as an actor after the film's success and if he would ever headline a dance film.
She is currently seen in 'Where Did I leave my Purdah', a drama that follows the life of Nazia, a veteran theatre actor, and founder of the Modern Theatre, who is now reduced to playing the grandmother in films
After traveling to the finest film festivals across the world including Locarno Film Festival, the film was released in India on April 28
In this insightful conversation with the writer, Anup Singh talks about the making of this beautiful film, working with Irrfan Khan and his influence on the director's body of work, and the late actor’s son Babil.
In an interview with Outlook, Wasim Akram talks about doing his first film at the age of 56 with 'Money Back Guarantee', working with Fawad Khan and Bollywood.
She recognizes that challenges will inevitably arise but is prepared to confront them head-on by embracing failures and setbacks as learning opportunities. In this interview with Outlook, she talks about struggles, challenges, and Bollywood.
In an interview with Outlook, Shayan Khan, the producer of MBG and mogul of Zashko films, talks about 'Money Back Guarantee' starring Fawad Khan, the growing world of the Pakistani entertainment industry, and more.
In an interview with Outlook, Akshay, who was last seen in ‘Gaslight’ starring Sara Ali Khan in the lead role, talks about if he is happy with the response the film has got, his journey and his failures and 'Fighter'
In this interview with Outlook, Anushree Mehta talks about working with Radhika Apte in 'Mrs. Undercover', creating her own spy universe with comedy twist, and why men and women both are misogynistic
In an interview with Outlook, Angad gets candid about his married life with Neha, growing up together from two different individuals to becoming parents and more
Prithvi has performed over 1000 concerts around the world accompanied by his own band. He has also had the honour of performing and touring alongside singing diva Shreya Ghoshal in over 100 concerts in India and internationally.
In this interview with Outlook, Revathy talks about working with the late actor, his priorities as a director, and why it’s great to see Hindi cinema capturing life after the 40s in the storyline
In this interview with Outlook, Bhuvan Arora talks about his life as an actor after ‘Farzi’, his equation with Shahid Kapoor now, and what next he wants to do.
In an interview with Outlook, Anand Pandit talks about his forthcoming ventures and how south and Gujarati cinema are setting benchmarks.
Vijayeta Kumar’s documentary ‘Kicking Balls’ explore sisterhood and journey of young girls as they gain confidence, independence, and agency to stand up to the patriarchy and say no to child marriage.
In this conversation with Outlook, Prajakta speaks about working with Akarsh Khurana for Zee Theatre's rollicking entertainer 'Yeh Shaadi Nahi Ho Sakti' , her take on marriage, and the pros and cons of being an influencer.
She recently led the production design for the upcoming Sundance World Premiere ‘We Were Meant To’ and ‘Amina’ which premiered at Tribeca Film Festival. Being an immigrant and a person of color, Rhea believes in taking up projects that showcase the greater causes of society.
In this conversation with Outlook, 'Class' director Ashim Ahluwalia talks about how he kept the Indian audience in mind while making this adaptation, developing trust with the actors to get sex scenes right and being a rebellious student himself