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  • That’s Scary

    The Indian audience has become very choosy about the films they want to watch, provoking a shift from star-driven cinema to content-driven films.
  • Writing Bug

    The Indian audience has become very choosy about the films they want to watch, provoking a shift from star-driven cinema to content-driven films.
  • Cast System

    With Kapoor & Sons receiving praise from the audience and critics alike, we spoke to casting directorPanchami Ghavri who shared her journey on finding the gems like Faheem Shaikh (Boobly), Amarje
  • Different & Daring

    Not many people believe that Tara Alisha Berry, one of the lead actresses in Vikram Bhatt’s Love Games, is the same girl who played the wife in Mastram Beginnings I hail from Mumbai and wanted to beco
  • Endless Possibilities

    Sandeepa Dhar, who stars in this week’s release Global Baba, also has her hands full with an international Broadway musical On Global Baba The film revolves around Indian babas and is a never-seen-bef
  • Art Reflects Life

    Meghna Malik, popularly known as Ammaji of Naa Aana Iss Des Laado, is basking in the great response to her role in Zubaan On Zubaan Zubaan happened to me by chance.
  • Sound Of Music

    With the music of Sanam Re topping the charts, we go behind the scenes with the film’s composers Jeet Gannguli, Amaal Mallik and Mithoon, and lyricists Manoj Muntashir, Kumaar, Manoj Yadav, and Rashmi
  • One For The Team

    Airlift is making waves – and money – at the box office and the audience has been bowled over by the performances in the film.
  • Keeping A Promise

    Airlift is making waves – and money – at the box office and the audience has been bowled over by the performances in the film.
  • All About Trust

    Airlift is making waves – and money – at the box office and the audience has been bowled over by the performances in the film.
  • Left & Write

    Milaap Zaveri, who chose to go back to writing after his first directorial bombed, is now back with Mastizaade, his second film as director.
  • Tell Tale

    Divya Khosla Kumar loves to tell a good story, particularly those of the romantic kind. It’s exactly why her second film as director, Sanam Re, promises to be an emotional roller-coaster ride.

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