It’s that time of year again when the MAMI Mumbai Festival rolls back into town which means a week of sleep deprivation, heart-racing early morning sessions on the Bookmyshow porta
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about what kind of place, if any, the ‘masala-comedy’ school of cinema – like that of David Dhawan – has in this day and age.
Ashim Ahluwalia’s Daddy leaves you with a hunger to ravenously read up on the real story of the controversial figure on which it’s based.
Film producer and distributor Girish Johar has worked on over 140 films in various capacities over a 20-year career, most recently having produced last year’s Akshay Kumar-st
During a press interview for Jagga Jasoos, when asked the overly-repeated question of just how he managed to keep the faith in director Anurag Basu throughout the turbulent (puttin
If there was one word to describe 2017 so far at the movies, it would be – underwhelming.
Sermonising the death of cinema as we know it seems to have become an almost enjoyable past time for many within the entertainment industry.
What was the point of that? I ask this with genuine curiosity because Bank Chor is utterly exhausting and a whole of nothing.
Ishita Moitra is what most screenwriters hope to be – busy.
To put things in perspective, India is a nation which makes films in over 40 languages and collectively produces more movies than any other country in the world.
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