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5 key highlights of Bollywood in 2018

From the digital revolution to #MeToo movement, here's a rundown of key events that shaped Bollywood in 2018

27 Dec 2018

The silver linings of 2018

Year-enders don't often talk about mediocre films, ones built on promising ideas that didn't translate into good films. Here, we take stock of some classic examples of 'lost in execution'

26 Dec 2018

From Manmarziyaan to Stree, Bollywood romances that took us by surprise in 2018

As we fold up another year of good and bad romances, here are a few Bollywood love stories that took us by surprise in 2018

26 Dec 2018

The magic in this year’s music

The author takes a look at how this year saw albums which, while great on their own, turned magical after the release of the films - 96, Seethakathi, Chekka Chivantha Vaanam and Pariyerum Perumal

25 Dec 2018

The multitaskers in Kollywood

Cinema Express takes stock of the various Tamil cinema personalities who made heads turn by excelling in new departments this year

25 Dec 2018

TFPC office at T Nagar locked down; Producers demand Vishal's resignation

The group of producers put forth 18 points to explain why they are discontent with the current leadership and why they demand Vishal's resignation immediately

19 Dec 2018

When stars come down

Following the resounding success of films like Baahubali, Kaala, and 2.0, it seems Bollywood stars are keen to add South Indian films to their resume

16 Dec 2018

Vettikattu, the second single from Ajith's Viswasam is out

The second single features a much younger looking Ajith in a peppy song sung by Shankar Mahadevan 

15 Dec 2018

 Bollywood celebrities attend Isha Ambani-Anand Parimal's wedding in Mumbai

Isha Ambani, daughter of Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, tied the knot to Anand Parimal on Wednesday at the Ambani residence in Mumbai 

13 Dec 2018

Poll

Should cinema be burdened with upholding culture?

Result
Yes, it is a powerful medium. Use it responsibly
No, cinema is just entertainment
Is culture so fragile to be harmed by cinema?