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Tula Kalnnaar Nahi | Subodh Bhave & Sonalee Kulkarni | Box Office India | In conversation

Tula Kalnnaar Nahi | Subodh Bhave & Sonalee Kulkarni | Box Office India | In conversation

Subodh Bhave and Sonalee Kulkarni Play ‘Never Have I Ever’ with Box Office India

Subodh Bhave and Sonalee Kulkarni Play ‘Never Have I Ever’ with Box Office India

Free At Last?

Filmmakers welcome a new and improved CBFC but they may be jumping the gun The winds of change do not always spell bad news for Bollywood and it is with optimism that the industry has welcomed the appointment of two

Open & Shut

When will the industry admit that star power can no longer ensure a good opening and focus squarely on content? We have just slid over the first half of 2017, and the Hindi film industry is going through its usual

Small Wonder

‘Festival films’ are rarely a great business proposition. So what made Lipstick Under My Burkha a box-office success?

Cinema Sans Borders

 With ‘collaboration’ being the new global watchword, India needs a market place to bring our best content onto one platform ‘Festival film’ has taken on a new meaning; suddenly there is a sense of legitimacy that comes with it. A

History Retold

          There are a handful of films drawing from the history books lined up for release. Is this a new winning formula? Content-driven films have become the darling of our industry in recent times. With the

Take Two

After average pickings in the first six months of the year, the line-up in the second half promises to ring in big numbers we’re halfway through the year and it’s time to take stock of how the Hindi film industry

Family Matters

Can real-life relationships that translate into reel-life collaborations impact a film’s prospects? Many real-life couples have played leads in films, with the audience loving their reel jodis as well. We have also seen members of the same family collaborate to

The First Cut

              An array of trailers and first-look posters of upcoming films has just been unleashed. What makes a film trailer a true winner? There is no arguing that the best way to hook the

BIG Deal

Epic movies with mega-budgets are definitely the flavour of the South. Will Bollywood go the Baahubali way? While revelling in the record-breaking numbers that Baahubali: The Conclusion has racked up, SS Rajamouli’s mega production has also triggered an undercurrent of

R.I.P.Mr Khanna

    A stud, a talented actor, and above all a great human being, Vinod Khanna may have left for his heavenly abode but he carved a place for himself in everyone’s hearts and minds. Here are some wonderful memories

Return Policy

Can the flood of sequels set to release in the coming months turn the tide at the box office? Hindi films took a slow start at the box office this year, and only some Hollywood and Hindi sequels created ripples

Mixed Masala

Twisting old melodies is all the rage among filmmakers today but is it really luring movie-goers to cinemas? Remixing old Hindi and Punjabi songs is proving to be a cash cow for filmmakers looking to milk an old hit number

To Repeat Or Not To Repeat?

Baahubali… may have pulled off a coup by re-releasing its first instalment but here’s why all reruns may not work As the nation eagerly awaits the release of SS Rajamouli’s magnum opus Baahubali: The Conclusion, in the hope of finally

Take Two

Q1 of 2017 was underwhelming but Q2 has the firepower to bring in big bucks We are on the threshold of the second quarter of 2017, with a mixed bag of releases behind us in the first quarter of the

Clash Of The Titans

  Ours is the largest film industry in the world in terms of volume of production, clearly establishing the fact that we Indians love watching movies. It is this very passion for films that has the most famous film industry

Repeat Value

Sequels were once sure-shot money spinners but filmmakers can no longer take their success for granted Shifting sands can be very dangerous but, like it or not, with the Indian audience fast maturing and evolving, the film industry cannot help

Lots In A Name

  Riding piggy back on the success of hit Hindi titles are South films looking to make a quick buck William Shakespeare wasn’t an avid Hindi film fan, nor was he a fan of South films. But if he was,

Awesome Twosomes

The year 2017 is one of many potent actor-director pairings – which winning combo will hit the bull’s eye? No matter what the audience and the trade feel about the potent chemistry of the lead pair in a film, there’s

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