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Padmavati row: Big relief to Sanjay Leela Bhansali

After being stuck in a long battle for misrepresentation and distortion of facts, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmavati finally got a ray of hope from the Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC). 

Newly-weds Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma meet PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday met newly-married Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli and his Bollywood actress wife Anushka Sharma and congratulated the couple.

Bollywood condemns teenage actor's alleged mid-air molestation

Bollywood celebrities like Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt and Taapsee Pannu denounced the alleged molestation involving a teenage actress as "sad and shameful".

SC dismissed petition-seeking deletion of 'objectionable scenes' from movie ‘Padmavati’

The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a plea seeking deletion of certain alleged objectionable scenes from the upcoming movie 'Padmavati', terming it as premature.

"Newton", starring Rajkumaar Rao, will be India's official entry at Oscars 2018

Director Amit Masurkar's political satire "Newton", starring Rajkumaar Rao in the lead role, will be India's official entry at Oscars 2018, the Film Federation of India announced on Friday. 

CINTAA, IFTDA cancels Ram Rahim and Honeupreet’s work permits

The Cine And TV Artists Association (CINTAA) terminated the work permit of Dera Sacha Sauda chief and rape convict Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, on grounds of criminality and moral turpitude. Following this, the Indian Film & Television Directors' Association (IFTDA) also cancelled Ram Rahim's licence after the verdict was announced

Shubh Mangal Saavdhan Movie Review

This is definitely a step forward for Bollywood. Ayushmann Khurrana and Bhumi Pednekarstarrer Shubh Mangal Saavdhan breaks barriers all over the place, with a bold tell-it-likeit-is take on erectile dysfunction.

Bareilly Ki Barfi Review: This Barfi is worth trying

This slender yet joyous film introduces so many fresh insanities and has such an endless stream of wisecracking -- full of rhymes, segues, and twisted phrases -- that it takes on shades of a running ballad.

British Indian hip-hop singer Hard Kaur opens on dating and marriage

The rap queen who turns 38 today tells us how men mess up hilariously while flirting on WhatsApp, the ‘hook up’ generation and the booty obsession we have.

SC allows release of 'Indu Sarkar' based on Emergency

Holding that there was nothing wrong in dramatising historical facts on screen, the Supreme Court allowed on Thursday the release of Madhur Bhandarkar’s film “Indu Sarkar”, which purportedly depicts the Emergency period.

Madhubala's wax statue in works for Madame Tussuads Delhi

A life wax figure of late legendary actress Madhubala from Bollywoods golden era will be a part of the Madame Tusauds museum here.

The Black Prince sets to rest many myths and untruths about Maharaja Duleep Singh

Seldom do actors get so immersed in their roles that the after effects continue to reflect even after the spotlights are switched off.

Lipstick Under My Burkha: Erotic pulp fiction is the thread that knits all these stories together in this movie

Filmmaker Alankrita Shrivastava does something uncommon in Lipstick Under My Burkha — she finds compelling stories where you thought none would exist; in the prosaic lives of four ordinary women in Bhopal, rather in the secret lives they lead as a reaction against the every day repressions. 

Dangal’s soft-power push focus on what binds Indian and Chinese people

Aamir Khan may have staged a soft power coup in China. His earthy, grassroots advocacy in Dangal of gender rights, set in semi-urban but aspirational India, has struck an emotional chord with a young, curious, tech-savvy generation of the “Middle Kingdom”.

“Lady oriented film” Moral policing is not the job of CBFC, Nihalani should read some Hindu mythology

English is not the first language for a great many Indians, but even so, the choice of words used by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to deny certification to Prakash Jha’s film Lipstick Under My Burkha is quite bizarre. The Board says that what is objectionable is that it is a “lady oriented film”, focussing on their “fantasy above life”. It is far from clear why a film that is “lady oriented” is bad, or why women’s fantasies can only have a certain altitude.

Pakistan to allow three Indian films a month as theatres face bankruptcy Compromise over EDHM demonstrates the unprincipled nature of both the protesters and the protested against Johar’s film ADHM to release as planned on October 28, after Bollywood assured won’t work with Pak actors Politically influenced Censor Board recommends 94 cuts in movie “Udta Punjab” GoI blocks over 800 porno websites, more under review Censor board’s unusual authority to cut must be challenged Movie MSG breaks the box office by opening at Rs 500 crore on the first day Illegal ramp demolished from SRK’s bungalow “Mannat” MSG film review: Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh (GRRS) is megalomania personified Why watch a movie that offends you? Apex court sets aside HC order staying Salman Khan's conviction in Blackbuck shooting case Aamir khan sends legal notice to pak websites carrying “fake interview” ‘PK’ recites collections crosses a record of Rs 18 cr in Pakistan Aamir Khan Badshah of Indian film industry made Rs. 2,200 cr in 14 years Another feather in Amir Khan's cap, PK crosses Rs. 300-crore mark Loud music can be hard on ears but can also damage your Lungs Dating Site views women are more likely to stay with partners of same ethnicity Shah Rukh Khan took off veil from his little son Abram for public gaze Actress Veena Malik gives birth to a baby boy, named Abram Khan Biting your nails causes many diseases, just a bad habit Couple dies after fall from cliff while taking selfie Film: ‘1984 Punjab’ released in Punjab Cinemas