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Release of 'C-grade' Miss Lovely in India is in itself true success, says director

Friday 3 January '14

For director Ashim Ahluwalia, director of Miss Lovely, the film's theatrical release in India is the true measure of its success
Tale of a hidden room

Wednesday 1 January '14

Few people know about the big room with a well at its centre, which lies beneath the stage at Dhobitalao’s Edward Theatre
Living in the past

Tuesday 31 December '13

To revive Mumbai’s nightlife, archaic laws and multiple taxes and excise duty on alcohol need to be done away with
Shaikh had heart attack while on vacation

Sunday 29 December '13

The veteran actor died following a cardiac arrest in Dubai late on Friday night.
A fine actor, great friend, kind man

Sunday 29 December '13

It was Sai Paranjpye who first cast us as a couple in Chashme Buddoor (1981).
‘Bold female characters shouldn’t be apologetic’

Thursday 19 December '13

In films such as Dedh Ishqiya and Gulaab Gang, Madhuri Dixit-Nene plays roles that she couldn’t in her Bollywood heyday.
Look Who’s Calling at the Oscars

Thursday 19 December '13

An independent Indian feature, titled Ballad of Rustom, has made it to the Oscars Reminder List.
‘Bold female characters shouldn’t be apologetic’

Tuesday 17 December '13

In films such as Dedh Ishqiya and Gulaab Gang, Madhuri Dixit-Nene plays roles that she couldn’t in her Bollywood heyday.
Arshad Warsi: Dedh Ishqiya's Babban believes in lust, not love

Monday 16 December '13

Arshad Warsi, who will be seen in 'Dedh Ishqiya', talks about why his character Babban will never grow up.
A Case Against Apathy

Sunday 15 December '13

Legal redressal for victims of sexual violence is still fraught with difficulties.
What Lies Beneath

Thursday 12 December '13

For her feature film debut Liar’s Dice, which is in competition at the Sundance Film Festival, director Geetu Mohandas took an anthropological approach to an adventure
Eys on the Tiger

Thursday 12 December '13

With the launch of his new book that follows the tiger in India over the last 500 years, Valmik Thapar talks about the government apathy that has led to its near-extinction
Eyes on the Tiger

Wednesday 11 December '13

With the launch of his new book that traces the Indian tiger over the last 500 years, Valmik Thapar talks about the government apathy that has led to its near-extinction
Folk Studio

Saturday 7 December '13

Bollywood composers lend authenticity to films through their experiments with regional music.
Folk Studio

Saturday 7 December '13

The earthy voices of folk singers are helping Bollywood composers lend authenticity to their experiments with Indian music.
Folk Studio

Friday 6 December '13

The earthy voices of folk singers are helping Bollywood composers lend authenticity to their experiments with Indian music.
Folk Studio

Friday 6 December '13

The earthy voices of folk singers are helping Bollywood composers lend authenticity to their experiments with Indian music.
A Place to Call Home

Sunday 1 December '13

Once upon a time, Byculla was a swanky suburb. Twenty years since the horrific communal riots in Bombay, its landscape has changed irretrievably
The Reluctant Actor

Monday 25 November '13

Supriya Pathak on playing a ruthless don, Dhankor, in Ram-Leela and the kind of roles that will get her out of home.
On The Road

Sunday 24 November '13

Filmmaker Imtiaz Ali on Highway, his most complex film yet, and why travel is such an important part of his identity.

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