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From pageantry to fabric, these Bollywood epics went all in on the past...
2022 begins darkly for the Hindi film industry. With Covid resurging, theatres have been shut in Delhi. Jersey was pushed from its Dec 31 release date and has been indefinitely delayed. Meanwhile, multiple Bollywood actors have tested positive for Covid-19. Amid all this, it’s anybody’s guess how the forthcoming year will pan out. What we do know, however, is that there’s an exciting slate of films to look forward to.
The Maharashtra government’s decision to reopen theatres has kicked up a din. Bollywood producers, who for over a year have agonized about the industry’s future, have finally sprung into action. In a matter of days, over a dozen Hindi films have set release dates—both in 2021 end and the next year. Even as SOPs are drafted and protocols are announced, it’s wholly and painfully clear that Hindi cinema is rearing to return. If the flurry of announcements has left you dazed, that’s totally cool. Here’s a list of titles to watch out for from October 16
Here's how the Hindi adaptation of The Silence of the Lambs came to be...
Shankar will remake his Tamil blockbuster Anniyan (2005) in Hindi with Ranveer Singh. Here are some of the reasons why the remake is relevant, and some criticisms that might be looked into
Gulzar-Vishal Bhardwaj's duo has given contemporary Hindi cinema some of its best songs -- from Naina in Omkara to Bismil in Haider.
Netflix India today announced a line-up of 17 upcoming titles, including six new films and two new series. The line-up features a mix of Netflix originals and direct premieres. All forthcoming titles are in Hindi.
Ajay Devgn’s screen career speaks for itself. The actor, however, has made equally significant contributions to Hindi cinema behind-the-scenes. On his 51st birthday, here’s looking at some of his notable off-screen work.
Holi, the festival of colours, has been varyingly interpreted in Hindi films. In most movies, it’s an excuse for lavish song-and-dance. In others, it’s a site of rupture — colour and chaos invading the whiteness of social norm. There are cheery scenes, playful scenes, and scenes doused in darkness.
Tabu’s celebrated filmography extends beyond Bollywood. She has been a rage in the Tamil and Telugu industries, and has had interesting brushes with Malayalam, Marathi, Bengali and world cinema. Here, we salute 10 non-Hindi films of Tabu you must watch.
Adithya Varma: Dhruv Vikram recreates Arjun Reddy in Tamil; a pictorial juxtaposition with Kabir Singh and the original
Here's a look at how the same scenes of Arjun Reddy was recreated for Kabir Singh (Hindi) and Adithya Varma (Tamil).
On the occasion of Teachers Day, we look at the various gurus in Bollywood who laid the right path for their students to go forward, strive, and excel
From Dheena to Darbar, AR Murugadoss has regaled not just the Tamil audience but has marked his stamp in Telugu and Hindi too. Always working with some of the biggest stars of each industry has made 'Mass' his middle name.
Bailwaan/ Pailwaan: 25 shots of Sudeep nailing the dual looks of a wrestler and a boxer in the sports drama
The film, co-starring Sunil Shetty and Aakanksha Singh, is slated for release on September 12, in five languages (Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi).
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