Challenging Bollywood’s entrenched gender roles will be a collective job. There are worthy others. But there’s something about the Bhatt girl, writes Sharmila Tagore.
The slender star of Tamil cinema and his thoughtfully cultivated oeuvre
Knowing Anurag Kashyap as a twenty something film buff to the auteur he became, a contemporary predicts that the director has yet much more to offer to Hindi cinema, writes Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee.
T.M. Krishna uses music to show democracy is the sound of many voices rising up to the sky
More and more people today want to do what the Super 30 founder Anand Kumar is doing, says director Vikas Bahl.
Sunny Leone’s brazenly confident crossover has blurred the lines between ‘good’ and ‘bad’ girls. You won’t shame her, writes Sreemoyee Piu Kundu.
Even though he has since proved his credentials on screen, Dulquer Salmaan has to toil hard before he can even think of matching the stature of his father in Malayalam cinema. But a couple of hits in Hindi may well be an open sesame to a career for him in Bollywood.
Artist Prince Thonnakkal and his woman students retell the ancient epic in graphic colours