28 Aug 2016
Mumbai: Actress Kriti Sanon says 'Raabta' is really close to her heart and she hopes the film gets is appreciated by the audience.
26 Aug 2016
This film is basically an attempt at big-screen entertainment aimed purely at kids. This is, as you know, a super-hero movie -- a comical one with an environmental message. And one can, somewhat, sense a franchise developing around the character.
19 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Meera (Tannishtha Chatterjee), a divorcee and single mother of Smitha (Maya Sathi), is an Australian of Indian origin. She is smart and independent, even so, she is under severe family pressure to find a nice Indian match.
27 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Akshay Kumar is riding high on success after the release of his latest release 'Rustom'. The Tinu Suresh Desai directorial has left Hrithik Roshan's 'Mohenjo Daro' far behind in the Box Office race.
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.
27 Aug 2016
Mumbai: Actor Purab Kohli feels the upcoming second instalment of 'Rock On!!' will be a more "mature" film as the stars in the movie have evolved over the years.
13 Aug 2016
New Delhi: There isn’t as much wrong with this film as the fact that you wonder what's good about it. By the end of the film, you will be spectacularly bored by this humourless spectacle. And the question in your head is less likely to be: 'What is going on?' and more likely to be, 'Why is this going on forever?'
25 Aug 2016
Car Tested: BMW X3 Variant: M Sport Engine: 3.0-litre Diesel | 258PS / 560Nm | ARAI Mileage: 16.55kmpl
05 Aug 2016
Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon together return to the 15-year-old franchise they made their own with this new outing that has Jason Bourne (Matt Damon), the former CIA rogue assassin, resurfacing years after the events of ‘The Bourne Ultimatum’, just as his former employers are bent on implementing a new program aimed at hunting him down.
12 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Within minutes of the film's opening, the crime is committed. You know the killer and the reason (well, almost). So, how do you sustain interest for over two hours of the running time? Well, add twists and turns just when the pace begins to slacken.