Aamir Khan headlines the remake 28 years after the Hollywood original wowed America with its radical Mr Nice Everyman hero
Convincing customers to place an order via Swiggy one witty line a time, isn't the only trick up the food delivery company's sleeve. Here's how it reimagined popular movie posters to entertain customers and entice them to order a plate of "Chicken Raees" or some "Taazi" vegetables.
The coming week will see two big Bollywood releases: 'Rakshabandhan' starring Akshay Kumar and 'Laal Singh Chaddha' with Aamir Khan in the lead.
So far, Shakun Batra has made a light romance ('Ek Main Aur Ekk Tu'), a slice-of-life family drama ('Kapoor & Sons'), a docu-drama ('Searching for Sheela') and a romantic thriller ('Gehraiyaan').
Atul Kulkarni, actor and first-time writer, on waiting 14 years for the release of his Hindi adaptation of Hollywood blockbuster 'Forrest Gump'
"Post-pandemic, we are feeling a bit lost given how films are doing. So it’s a blessing to work with filmmakers that believe so much in the stories... and are approaching them with such honesty."
'Ek Villain Returns', starring John Abraham, Arjun Kapoor, Disha Patani and Tara Sutaria, takes a good start at the box office, with Rs 7.05 crore coming in on Day 1.
'RK/RKay' is a mostly fun film about some very serious things, including the tormented relationship between an artist and his work.
The question isn't why south films are doing well across India but what can the rest of India do to win the south.
Bollywood's weak performance at the box-office has made theatre owners nervous. The Q2 collection is expected to fall further. Big budget Hindi films and big names in the industry have failed to attract audiences to the theaters ever since the Covid-19 lockdowns were lifted. On the other hand, films from the South have become huge commercial successes. What could be the reason for Bollywood’s abysmal run? Is it losing its charm? Watch the video to find out!
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Ranveer Singh’s nude photoshoot has created quite the controversy, with a non-governmental organisation in Indore even organising a clothes donation drive for the actor as a form of protest.
'HIT - The First Case' makes just Rs 7.5 crore in Week 1; and 'Shabaash Mithu' gets out at Rs 2.75 crore.
Ranveer Singh can be everything and anything a star could be—and then surprise fans and critics alike with his choices and statements.
'JugJugg Jeeyo' and 'Thor: Love and Thunder' both inch towards Rs 85 crore in ticket sales in India.
The Mithali Raj biopic is less about Mithali and more a punch at the privilege entrenched in men’s cricket.
Karan Johar’s super popular, super gossipy show is back on Disney+Hotstar. Don't miss episode 1, with 'sakhis' Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt.
Vidyut Jammwal's 'Khuda Hafiz: Chapter 2' earns Rs 1.4 crore on Day 1; 'Rocketry' makes Rs 8 crore in Week 1; 'Rashtra Kavach Om' finds takers among single-screen audiences, makes Rs 6 crore over 7 days.
Ranveer Singh is the new Bollywood man with feels and heroism in equal measure in his new faux-interactive reality show on Netflix.
Filmmaker Onir on his memoir 'I Am Onir & I Am Gay', his writing process, his introduction to films, when he realised he would make films for a living, and his film 'We Are'.
Together, KGF: Chapter 2 (Hindi), RRR (Hindi), The Kashmir Files, Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Gangubai Kathiawadi brought in Rs 1,275 crore in ticket sales from January-June 2022.
R. Madhavan’s effusive and gauche attempt at recreating the extraordinary journey of the rocket scientist Nambi Narayanan.
'Rocketry' is generating the right kind of word of mouth, which could translate into better earnings over the weekend too. 'Om' targets single screen audiences.
A new genre of films from southern India — epic, big-budget, over-the-top action flicks, some of them served with a dollop of toxic masculinity and gory violence — are increasingly dominating the country’s $24 billion media and entertainment market, and in some cases, making their mark beyond India.
Because of the way he carries his stardom, and manages his offscreen life, Shah Rukh Khan is the one star from his generation who can appeal to both Gen Z and older fans.