14 May 2016
Mumbai: 'Dear Dad' is a one-line story that has been stretched to 100 minutes and beyond, as if to test the audience’s patience.
27 Jun 2016
Mumbai: Nawazuddin Siddiqui is one actor, who has maintained a fine balance between commercial and serious cinema, and the 'Raman Raghav 2.0' star says the perception that all mainstream entertainers don't have a good story is wrong.
13 May 2016
Mumbai: 'Azhar' is clearly made as an attempt at redemption for the tainted cricketer and India's ex-captain Mohammad Azharuddin. Unfortunately, you walk out of the theatre with no emotions, no sympathy, except for remorse at having wasted another two hours of your life on a strictly mediocre film.
23 Jul 2016
Mumbai: A wronged man takes on a corrupt system and anyone who comes in between. ‘Madaari’ is another addition to those films that give the common man power to topple the movers and shakers of society. The message: you alone can make things happen, if you take things in your stride.
13 Jun 2014
Mumbai: If the ‘Hate Story 2’ content was bold, the second installment is bolder. Adult star and Bollywood actress Sunny Leone is set to spice it up further with her item number.
06 Jun 2014
Mumbai: Jay Bhanushali, who is set to make his big screen debut with ‘Hate Story 2’, says he was not at ease shooting bold scenes for the movie.
04 Aug 2014
New Delhi: His boy-next-door looks and endearing smile have earned him a huge female fan following but TV actor Jay Bhanushali says he is desperately trying for an image makeover by doing films which will show him in a different light.
23 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Kareena Kapoor Khan, who has been an integral part of the Golmaal franchise, might not be seen in the fourth instalment. But, director Rohit Shetty says that she might appear for a special song in 'Golmaal 4'.
30 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Actress Zarine Khan, who will soon be seen in the third film of the erotic thriller franchise "Hate Story", says she has no inhibitions about either intimacy or exposing on screen.
20 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Okay, so what do Indians (me, for sure) love so much about movies (or television) set in Pakistan? There’s the natural, neighbourly curiosity, for one.