After keeping the world at arm’s length for roughly two years, the entertainment world could finally get more personal again in 2022.
Set in Assam, Nilaanjan Reeta Datta's ‘Shadow Assassins’, which released today across theatres, is one of the very few Hindi films to get the region’s social and historical specifics right, including insurgency.
Curtain Raiser | The 27th International Film Festival of Kerala, from December 9-16, promises a cornucopia of cinematic celebration across the ages, from world masters Béla Tarr, Paul Schrader, Emir Kusturica to Adoor Gopalakrishnan, Lijo Jose Pelliserry, and more.
In revisiting Aaron Sorkin’s legal thriller 30 years later, one observes that Cruise and Nicholson are top-notch, the plotting and themes still hold up, but some of the characterisation understandably hasn’t aged well.
Pavail Gulati and Saiyami Kher will be seen in the forthcoming web-series Faadu, an age-old romance formula of 'opposites attract', directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwary. Gulati and Kher speak about their characters and playing different roles
A detailed guide to all the latest OTT releases, book recommendations, podcasts, and exciting activities to indulge in over the weekend! This weekend, you can pick from a host of Netflix & Amazon prime releases, a book on making better decisions, listening to podcasts, attending fun events & much more!
Formulaic masala films can be great fun to watch if they’re done right, but 'DSP' doesn’t even try. The Tamil film is a series of clichés.
The actor talks about the physical and mental transformation he underwent for one of the most complex roles of his career.
Kartik Aaryan gets Dr Freddy's physicality pat, but that's where the character's appeal ends.
Anvitaa Dutt’s new Netflix film is about a tormented artist — and the gripping psychodrama about fear, love, abuse and generational trauma that unfolds through her journey
Jain will focus on guiding the digital ecosystem to a more evolved space
Football fans use traditional Khasi folk music to revere and ridicule opposing camps during FIFA World Cup and ISL matches.
Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid, the jury head of the 53rd International Film Festival of India, on Monday described Hindi film 'The Kashmir Files' as 'propaganda, vulgar' and unfit for a prestigious festival like IFFI
Pushan Kripalani is back, with his sophomore 'Goldfish', a story of dementia, difficult mothers and daughters, unresolved trauma, and cultural identity, that had its Indian gala premiere at the 53rd International Film Festival of India in Goa this week.
Snappy comedy, man versus nature cautionary tale, a romance and a shape-shifting horror film — Amar Kaushik’s 'creature feature' is too many things to be entirely centred. The comedy stands out.
Alia, who gave birth on November 6, also shared the meaning of the name in four languages.
What's unique about independent filmmakers Achal Mishra, Parth Saurabh and Shishir Jha, spotlighted at the Dharamshala International Film Festival earlier this month, is that they are not here to just make their own films but that of others too, by steering an ecosystem
The multiple Oscar winner's work "is unique in the history of international cinema of the past 60 years for its immense variety," the festival said.
Sebastián Lelio puts his own spin on the age-old Faith vs Science debate, drawing powerful parallels to the present-day discourse.
Malayalam film director Anjali Menon and actor Parvathy on their new film in English, 'Wonder Women', working together, character mapping, and making choices.
'Koi Baat Chale' is a new series, airing from November 19 on the OTT Zee Theatre, that is bringing dramatic readings to your screens.
Even as Bollywood struggled, south cinema saw several big hits in 2022.
Shetty, who returns to Hindi-language entertainment with the Web series, as a Robin Hood-esque antagonist, on being selective about scripts, fitness, and OTTs changing the game.
The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) is set to have a gala opening in Goa on Sunday and will feature retrospectives on Dadasaheb Phalke Awardee Asha Parekh and more. Around 280 films from 79 countries will be screened at the 53rd IFFI