Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro, arguably the funniest Indian film ever made, was made on a meagre budget, featured mostly unknowns, and hardly anyone involved believed in it. It became a classic, and almost all its alumni went on to highly successful careers. A celebration
A book on the painted posters and hoardings that lured Indian masses into cinema theatres reminds Kiran Nagarkar how essential they were to the spread of the gospel of Bollywood.
An American actress who has done bit roles in many Hindi films remembers her rather strange stint.
Indian film censor certification today divides humanity into U, UA and A. There is a new proposal that hopes to bring common sense to the process.
R Madhavan on the space for ideals in society, his relationship with his directors, and his need to be at the centre of attention.