Radhika Bhirani

Disclaimers, ID proofs: Theatres, cinema chains demand inspections for A-rated films

Cinema chains say such checks and inspections are routine as far as 'A' certified films are concerned as their exhibition to a non-adult is a major violation according to the Indian film censor body.

05 Jul 2019

Deepika believes that nothing will stop Padamavi release

As she prepares for the release of epic drama Padmavati, the actress is confident the movie will tide over the controversy, hit the screens and win a "bigger battle" for the industry.
 

14 Nov 2017

Don't mask 'masala' as history, says Mewar royal on Padmavati

The drama and debates over Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati — the story of Rajput queen Padmini — has upset a direct descendant of the Mewar royal family

10 Nov 2017

Bharat Bala to tell India's 'untold stories' via short films

Known for infusing the patriotic fervour in videos like Vande Mataram and Jana Gana Mana, filmmaker Bharat Bala is now enthused about telling some "untold stories" about India

30 Oct 2017

It's an absurd and scary time for filmmakers: Vikramaditya Motwane

Indian filmmakers are living in "absurd and scary" times, given how they don't know what the "rules" really are, says Vikramaditya Motwane

04 Aug 2017

IIFA 2017: Udta Punjab bags best actor awards, Neerja best film

Shahid Kapoor and Alia Bhatt become proud winners of the Best Actor trophies for their remarkable work in Udta Punjab

17 Jul 2017

Warm welcome for Bollywood celebs at IIFA Awards in New York

Salman Khan, Anupam Kher, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Katrina Kaif, Shahid Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon and Sushant Singh Rajput set the pace for the IIFA celebrations in New York

14 Jul 2017

Indie films, not mainstream, hold rainbow banner high: Filmmaker Sridhar Rangayan

"While mainstream Indian cinema is yet to sink its teeth into nuanced and positive portrayals, independent films, short films and documentaries have held the rainbow banner high," says Rangayan.

05 Jun 2017

Konkona Sen Sharma: A life, career shaped by unconventional upbringing

The critically-acclaimed Konkona Sensharma says her choices are a result of her unconventional upbringing. 

29 May 2017

Feel lucky when there's no controversy: Irrfan Khan

The environment has become such that anything can happen any time, says Irrfan Khan

13 May 2017

It's racist, ignorant : Deepika Padukone on being called Priyanka 

I think just because people have similar skin tones, doesn't mean they are same people says Deepika Padukone 

05 May 2017

Freedom to choose work most satisfying for actors: Sakshi Tanwar

The most satisfying phase in your career is when you can choose what you want to do says Sakshi Tanwar

05 May 2017

Creativity gives women wings to fly (March 8 is International Women's Day)

Indian women enrtepreneurs and artists

07 Mar 2017