Yet another Bollywood mother has passed on. More than 250 Hindi films and around 50 Marathi films later, Sulochana Latkar, breathed her last, on June 4, aged 94.
From tackling e-waste to what’s plaguing our marine life, these award-winning documentaries give an insight into issues concerning our environment.
The enduring legacy of pan-Indian film-music composer Ilaiyaraaja, who turned 80 on June 2, through his songs in Tamil, Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam and Kannada. His music was one of the firsts to bridge the north-south gap.
On FTII alumnus Yudhajit Basu’s Marathi diploma short film ‘Nehemich’, which was India’s only official entry in competition, in La Cinef, at 76th Cannes Film Festival, and how Turkish auteur Nuri Bilge Ceylan shaped the young filmmaker.
Disney+ Hotstar show 'School of Lies' director Avinash Arun, actors Nimrat Kaur and Geetika Vidya Ohlyan, and writer Ishani Banerjee talk about the show's making and the world-building.
The actor talks about his latest role, as a drug lord in Ali Abbas Zafar’s 'Bloody Daddy' which will release on JioCinema on June 9, and his evolution as a performer over three decades.
The actor on how her character Priya in her latest OTT show 'Sarvam Shakthi Mayam', releasing on June 9, is poles apart from Suchi from 'The Family Man', on completing 20 years in the industry, and working with Shah Rukh Khan in 'Jawan', slated to release in September.
Cannes Film Festival's film market Marché du Film's newly minted executive director Guillaume Esmiol on bringing innovation to the film market, the India pavilion, and Artificial Intelligence in filmmaking.
Polish documentary filmmaker Maciek Hamela's 'In the Rearview', a heartrending account of the cost of war, showed at a parallel selection of the recent 76th Cannes Film Festival.
These eight are part of the 110 films from 41 countries that will be screened at South Asia’s biggest LGBTQIA+ film festival in Mumbai, from June 7-11.
In the month of Pride, the openly gay director’s labour of love, which celebrates queer gaze and desire, will open the 14th Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival 2023.
The month of June has a fine mix of films and shows, new or with new seasons, binge-worthy and much-anticipated. Look no further, your search stops with this selection
In carving his own professional journey, the legendary NT Rama Rao, the late actor and Andhra Pradesh chief minister, who'd have turned 100 today, touched many lives and remains a force to reckon with. Here's a look at his life, family, politics and 18 career-best films.
The remaining half of 2023 and next year will see the return of some highly-anticipated shows.
Manav Kaul’s new Hindi play by Aranya Theatre, titled 'Tumhare Baare Mein' premieres at Mumbai's National Centre for the Performing Arts this weekend.
Actor Sunny Leone’s Charlie laughs her way into Indian cinema lore with her transitionary role in Anurag Kashyap's neo-noir thriller, ‘Kennedy’, starring Rahul Bhat in titular role.
Co-producer Siddharth Anand Kumar ascribes ‘Agra’, which premiered this week in Director’s Fortnight, to writer-director Kanu Behl’s vision and courage to tell a story yet untold, and viewed by ‘cinema-educated’ audience at the 76th Cannes Film Festival.
‘Scam’-director Hansal Mehta returns with ‘Scoop’, a family drama amid a police-crime-journalist nexus show, releasing on June 2 on Netflix, and says he’s developed greater empathy for reporters and journalists who are often trivialised, demonised.
Indian Ocean band's guitarist Nikhil Rao, an engineer turned musician, spoke about what took the band almost a decade to come up with their eighth album ‘Tu Hai’, their work in film music, and the importance of live performances.
How Apple TV’s series 'Pre-Historic Planet 2' redefines the nature documentary, dino dramas and our imagination of the mighty raptor.
For ’70s children, the zenith of pop iconism was Michael Jackson and Madonna, but the pop, rock & roll, and soul voice with a raspy contralto and feminist vim belonged to Tina Turner.
Director Apoorv Singh Karki tells a David and Goliath story simply and well. It streams on Zee5 from May 23.
Joshy Joseph’s non-fiction film ‘Laparoscopic Cinemascapes’ was a companion piece to Aribam Syam Sharma’s classic ‘Ishanou’, which returned to the Cannes Film Festival, and spotlights Meitei culture.
Malian director Souleymane Cissé, one of Africa’s boldest and most pioneering auteurs, widely acknowledged as one of the greatest African filmmakers of all time, was conferred this year’s Carrosse d’Or (the Golden Coach) award at the 76th Cannes Film Festival.
BV Nandini Reddy talks about her latest film 'Anni Manchi Sakunamule', making family dramas, and being a female director in the male-dominant Telugu film industry.