Yet another simplistic movie about the red carpet dreams of a starry eyed traveller to tinsel town.
The Hindi film industry is notorious for lifting stories. Is there a solution?
At his cosy apartment off Peddar Road in Mumbai, the director of India’s 1978 cult film Don is shaping his second innings in Hindi cinema. After a 31-year hiatus, Chandra Barot, 67, is raring to have one more shot at moviemaking.
How he understands his audience, how he uses his gift of curiosity, how he managed to tame the media and why he is a different man.
A campy film about campus problems that is so much fun, it forgets the real issues it set out to critique.
Making a movie is all about having the patience to endure long intervals. This author has taken eight years, with several abandoned projects in between, to debut as a director in Bollywood.
As a Muslim ready to sacrifice self and community, Saif is excellent. But is the film too convincing for comfort?
Karan Johar is tired of playing it safe. He talks to Open on what age has to do with his new approach, why he apologised to Raj Thackeray and why Bollywood is looking beyond its own gene pool.