In Conversation

“RA.One Is A Brand”

He’s acquired many monikers during his fabulous journey in filmdom – Badshah Khan, King Khan, Shah and SRK.

Where Content Is King

In the run-up to the NATPE 2012 conference in Florida, the forum’s President and CEO, Rick Feldman, spoke to Sagorika Dasgupta about its scope for Indian broadcasters

Take Two

Thanks to MFF, debutant filmmaker Prashant Nair is already cracking his second deal in India

'Rockstar is a very fulfilling film’

Ranbir Kapoor in conversation with the Box Office India team

Cut-ting Edge

They have taken the cine experience to the next level with a dazzling new concept in New Delhi – movie watching-luxury entertainment.

“Thank You, Folks”

By now, you know everything about G.One and RA.One. But here’s Shah Rukh Khan narrating his side of the story – why he decided to make such a mammoth venture and dedicated five years of his life to it

‘It’s not about the body, it’s about performance’

Meet the new John Abraham, who doesn’t believe in revisiting the past but only looking ahead. With several movies of different genres in hand, the man is back in action.

Billion Dollar Bebo

Everything she does hits the headlines. And nothing seems to faze her, either on or off screen. Today, she’s the only actress with three films that have breached the Rs 100-crore mark, and her latest release, Bodyguard, is still breaking records.

“MBKD is not Sorry Bhai” – Katrina Kaif

Reviewers tried their best to label her as a non-actor. But sheer determination and confidence have catapulted her to where she is today – among the top three actors in our industry with a string of consecutive hits to boot.

Anurag K- “Balaji read the script and said no to TGIYB”

Anurag Kashyap is intent on proving a point with his next release, That Girl In Yellow Boots – that he has an international audience.

Twists And Turns

Indian filmmakers have now taken a leap forward by making movies in English, like Delhi Belly. But let’s not forget Nagesh Kukunoor, who made five movies in English (Hyderabad Blues, Rockford, Three Walls, Bollywood Calling and Hyderabad Blues 2) in his first six years as a director before venturing into out-an-out Hindi films.

His Laqshya!

From production to direction to writing to singing and acting… You name it, he’s done it all! And with such élan! Farhan Akhtar is in the news not only for his acting talent, which he amply displayed in his last venture, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, but also for the teaser of his next directorial venture, Don 2.

Corporatisation of films makes economic sense!

Having just completed his latest, Aarakshan, here’s Amitabh Bachchan in conversation with Vajir Singh. But he feels the corporatisation of Hindi films has introduced some method into the madness. Having just completed his latest, Aarakshan, here’s Amitabh Bachchan in conversation with Vajir Singh.

“I am what I am "

Basking in the glory of the positive response he’s been getting, Shahid Kapoor connects with Vajir Singh from London to share his views on his next release, Mausam and more.

“I make films not controversies!”

Prakash Jha is back! Come August 12 and the maverick director’s ambitious venture, Aarakshan, will hit the theaters. His film is straight from what we see in our society and this time touches upon the sensitive issue of reservations that had sparked off a debate in the 80s. Prakash Jha shares his take on cinema with Parag Maniar.

Ajay Devgn-‘I’ve been waiting for a Singham for years’

He’s back in action, coming back into his own, in his upcoming release, Singham. Man of the moment Ajay Devgn tells Vajir Singh that experimenting with genres is what keeps the audience guessing.

He’s Back

He needs no introduction. After all, he’s ‘The Amitabh Bachchan’. Here’s Big B, in conversation with Vajir Singh. The promos of Bbuddah…Hoga Terra Baap say ‘He’s Back’. Who’s back? BIG B says “I am back.” Check this out.

Passing The Baton

After an illustrious three years with the Motion Picture Association (MPA) India office, Managing Director, Rajiv Dalal will hand over the baton to the able hands of Uday Singh.

Gateway To The West

Hollywood films are being well received by the  Indian audience but the business prospects of  English-language films are yet to mature. Sanjeev Bijli, Joint MD of the PVR Group, shares his views with Sagorika Dasgupta and discusses PVR’s plans and

Mr Blockbuster

It’s a nickname he’s been given by tradewallahs, and why not? He’s been churning out blockbusters one after another and there’s no stopping him. The theatrical trailer of his next magnum opus, Singham, was introduced this Friday and it met

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