The First Trailer For Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Is Finally Here
Action, Comedy and a whole lot of bad-assery
Dear Disney, Not Every Animated Classic Needs A Live-Action Remake
Baby Tigress: Zoya Akhtar, A Tasteful, Cerebral And Urban Film-Maker
A darling of the industry, her films, though offbeat, have always found love and support. With Gully Boy, she has delivered a film that shocked Bollywood with her gumption, backing it up with a web series debut, and her own production house, Tiger Baby
Ritesh Batra Talks About Working With Nawazuddin Siddiqui, The Lunchbox And More
After his breakout hit, The Lunchbox, and further films for the BBC and Netflix, writer-director Ritesh Batra is all set for the release of his second Hindi film, Photograph
Mahershala Ali And Regina King Win Best Supporting Actor/Actress At The 2019 Oscars
Regina King became the third black actress to win both an Oscar and a Primetime Emmy, joining Halle Berry and Viola Davis.
EXCLUSIVE: “Control And Chaos” – Dhritiman Chaterji On Working With Satyajit Ray And Mrinal Sen
Dhritiman Chaterji reminisces about the widely differing methods the legendary directors employed while making their films
‘Andhadhun’, ‘Stree’ And 8 Other Small-Budget Films That Ruled 2018
2018 saw the solidification of content-driven cinema in mainstream Bollywood, giving birth to a new batch of superstars, writers and directors to watch out for
#CinemaOf2018: The Importance Of Manmarziyan In Today’s Times
Anurag Kashyap’s new film is a landmark in Hindi cinema because it does what Bollywood has rarely done in its long history of dealing with infidelity – allow the woman the freedom to explore her desires unapologetically, on her terms.