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Tales of terror

Bollywood, in the last decade, has proved its worth in the horror genre. Here’s how Hideous prosthetics. Poor animation. Deafening background score. Creepy creatures. These are often used to describe…

The Show Must Go On…

Lockdown and Unlock changed many things for B-town, and now the stars are reporting to work with new schedules and safety norms in place The Hindi film industry has started…

Too scary for comfort

Will Akshay Kumar’s Laxmmi Bomb make a difference in Bollywood’s depiction of the transgender community on-screen? If there’s one actor in Bollywood who is known for being politically correct –…

A face that can sell soap and luxury

Actors and Sportspersons cash in on their fame making a whopping 60% of their income through adverts. There’s more money in selling a product than a fantasy With festivities approaching,…

‘I dig history’

John Abraham talks about his love for children, his childhood aspirations and his new movie Satyameva Jayate Bollywood star John Abraham, 45, is the son of a Malayalee Christian father…

Hansal & Great Tales

Hansal Mehta has churned out impactful stories year after year ­— Shahid in 2013, CityLights in 2014, Aligarh in 2015, Omerta in 2017. next will be The Accidental Prime Minister,…

Looking for great stories

Aalya Singh is a Delhi girl on the way to becoming a top-notch actress. She already has a few Bollywood films to her credit. In this interview, she tells us…

‘Kids are the real stars’

With his Independence Day release Satyamev Jayate in cinema halls now, Manoj Bajpayee has much to smile about Born in a farmer’s family in Belwa, a small village in Bihar,…

Glow of success

As her career hums along nicely, Huma Qureshi gets another feather in her cap – a Tamil movie with Rajnikanth. What more could a girl from Delhi want? Huma’s mother,…