Baahubali 2: Rajamouli never loosens his grip on the narrative. Prabhas is a hero to celebrate. This is the rare sequel that is better than the first
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India's biggest stars now rub shoulders with the biggest in the world, but our films are made on infinitely smaller budgets. The canvas needs to grow.
Akshay Kumar doesn't perform badly, but giving him an award for Rustom is like giving Virat Kohli a man of the match trophy for a Manyawar commercial
After TVF boss Arunabh Kumar, filmmaker Vikash Bahl has allegedly been accused of sexually harassing a Phantom Films employee
Randeep, who plays the role of a painter inspired by legendary Raja Ravi Varma in the film, said he had no inhibitions while shooting intimates scenes with co-star Nandana Sen
Anurag Kashyap's Ugly is being touted as his best film so far. According to director and film critic Raja Sen, Ugly is Anurag Kashyap's finest film till date. Film critic Saibal Chatterjee states "This may not be Anurag Kashyap's best film, but it is infinitely and indescribably better than all the muck that mainstream Bollywood passed off for entertainment this year."
After almost six years of speculation, Ketan Mehta helmed movie Rang Rasiya, based on the life of painter Raja Ravi Verma starring actors Randeep Hooda and Nandana Sen, is finally releasing this week. We spoke to the cast members as to what they thought is the movie's relevance in today's times and how they think this story can affect and impact the audience. Apart from that they also spoke about their ideas of the character and the process that led them to play their roles with conviction.
This is a rare joy. It's a genuinely smart film. It's beautifully, lovingly shot, says Raja Sen about Dedh Ishqiya.