He’s acquired many monikers during his fabulous journey in filmdom – Badshah Khan, King Khan, Shah and SRK.
Anurag Kashyap is intent on proving a point with his next release, That Girl In Yellow Boots – that he has an international audience.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.