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While Aamir Khan called him 'a child of cinema', Salman Khan apologised for everything and wished peace and light to his family.
Game of Thrones cinematographer Fabian Wagner has defended how multiple scenes were too dark for home-viewers to make out the much-anticipated Battle of Winterfell.
It’s been ten years since Rana Daggubati first appeared onscreen as a young political heir in Sekhar Kammula’s Telugu film, Leader. Over the past ten years, Rana has learned about the power of being a
'High Noon' and more cinematic heights: Hollywood's realistic director (April 29 is Fred Zinnemann's 110th birth anniversary)
Preferring to work on authentic locations and with many non-actors among the cast to achieve a sense of realism
Nithya Menen talks about her upcoming Amazon Original series Breathe: Into The Shadows, acting hiatus, penning songs during lockdown and more.
'I won't be part of any organisation until my innocence is proven,' says Dileep following WCC's protest
In his letter to AMMA general secretary Edavela Babu, Dileep said he was saddened by the humiliation the association was being subjected to in his name.
Theatre person and film actor Lillete Dubey was part of the film Season's Greetings, a tribute to the late Rituparno Ghosh that premiered on Zee 5 recently.
Tabu, Zoya Akhtar, Sriram Raghavan bag top honours at IFFM
'Many actors feel that you don’t arrive until you do cinema, I never felt that': Shernaz Patel on completing 35 years in Theatre
Shernaz Patel on completing 35 years in the industry, lending voice to The Lion King, and the lack of support for theatre from stalwarts like Shah Rukh and Aamir Khan, both of whom started from the st
Director and actor Arindam Sil talks about his upcoming Puja release, Byomkesh Gotro
Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi condoled the death of Rishi Kapoor, adding that it has been a terrible week for Indian cinema and that the Bobby actor will be greatly missed.
'This exhibition is critical to understand the emergence of what we call Bollywood today': Debashree Mukherjee on Josef Wirsching and the Bombay Talkies
A full-length interview with co-curator Debashree Mukherjee on the exhibition, A Cinematic Imagination: Josef Wirsching and the Bombay Talkies, set to be held at Lalit Kala Akademi, Chennai.
Stephen Frears' Victoria and Abdul, is a witty telling of the unlikely bond between the aged Queen Victoria of England, the Empress of India, and a commoner, Abdul Karim.
Anupam Kher also revealed how he was replaced from Saaransh and determined to not give up, he met Mahesh Bhatt and told him that he was making a mistake
The director gets reflective in this conversation that explores the many facets of his latest film, Choked, that’s out on Netflix.
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