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How ‘All About My Mother’ changed Rahul Ravindran’s life forever

Filmmaker Rahul Ravindran, who recently won the National Award for Best Original Screenplay, lists his all-time favourite movies

‘Kavin’s romance with me is over,’ says Sakshi Agarwal after her ‘Bigg Boss’ elimination

The actor speaks about her stint on the reality show, being the subject of body-shaming inside the house, her ‘love triangle’ with fellow contestants Kavin and Losliya, and more...

I couldn’t say ‘no’ to ‘Saaho’: Prabhas

Director Sujeeth, actors Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor discuss the challenges involved in creating a visual spectacle like 'Saaho'

How team ‘Vaanam Kottatum’ shot on busy city roads when it rained heavily

This particular sequence is part of the montage of the ‘Business’ song that has been tuned by Sid Sriram

Why Perumal Murugan thinks ‘Ratha Kanneer’ is relevant even today

Tamil writer Perumal Murugan on how he was fascinated by MR Radha in Ratha Kanneer, a film iconic to the Dravidian Movement

Karan Johar’s wishlist for ‘Kuch Kuch Hota Hai’ reboot: Ranveer, Alia, Janhvi

Released in 1998, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai narrated love story of three friends Rahul, Tina and Anjali

Suriya has become socially-conscious now: KV Anand on ‘Kaappaan’

Filmmaker KV Anand discusses Kaappaan, his third film with Suriya releasing on September 20, his love for art films and narrative style

Elvis Presley animated spy series in works at Netflix

Titled ‘Agent King,’ the show will follow Elvis as he is inducted into a secret government spy program

‘Easy Rider’ star Peter Fonda dies at 79

The actor earned a Best Actor nomination for his performance in the highly acclaimed Ulee’s Gold.

Pinecone Records on artiste Sutej Singh and their upcoming music showcase

Pinecone Records presents their first anniversary music showcase ‘Pinecone Live: The Prog Edition’ which they’ve pegged as a ‘Do It Together’ effort

'Mission Mangal' and 'Batla House' music review: Inspirational, but not memorable

Both 'Mission Mangal' and 'Batla House' avoid patriotic anthems but their songs are easily be forgettable

Stark, stunning and subaltern

Shubhalakshmi Shukla curates a photo showcase that reverses the gaze and spotlights the queer

Ricky Gervais’ 'After Life': Going from super to human

By scaling down the ‘cinema’ of grief, and by personalising the dichotomy of sadness, the Netflix show touches upon the unfilmed ordinariness of heartache

‘I want to tell stories with more gravitas,' says Nikkhil Advani

'Batla House' director Nikkhil Advani on building narratives around the controversial 2008 encounter

Desi stand-up, drama and dance at The Fringe

An unlikely Indian representative at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival will be a solo performance from Lucknow titled Gigolo: Bold, Beautiful, Biz

Pushpavalli comes to town

After a web series and judging Comicstaan, Sumukhi Suresh brings her first stand-up set to the city

That eccentric genius named Kishore Kumar would have turned 90 this year

The genesis of his prodigious musical output can be traced to a relatively shorter-lived acting career