The excitement that greeted Kishore Kumar’s 85th birth anniversary on Aug 4, with Radio, TV and print media freaking out, does suggest that the madcap musical genius is indeed special.
It has been reported that some of the established male chauvinists in the industry are not too kicked about “glam, hot, gorgeous Bollywood heroines kicking ass
“Kabaddi? You mean that ganwar game played in small towns, where young, strapping hulks take off their (eeeek) shirt and end up (yuk) rolling in the mud.
Have chalu and chatpata one-liners replaced the earlier gems
In India, Shakespeare was first attempted on the screen in Khoon-e-Nahak (Murder Most Foul)
What’s up with all the freaky titles blitzing Bollywood.
They seem to be "here today, gone today" eye-candy, seductive time-pass distractions for a constituency who, once the movie is over and the phirang bimbos exit, are happy to relapse into contented amnesia.
Here is a star who is the definitive outsider, can’t speak proper Hindi, can’t really act and yet has socked the box office, hearts of audiences and advertisers and remains the most googled
Being a celeb in Politics is no guarantee on transporting the voting public to a never-neverland-of-happy-ever-after.
Bromances are tough nuts to crack providing filmmakers a real challenge.
There is an exciting space and opportunity for bold film-makers and gutsy, gifted actresses to rise above the stereotype, safe, comfort zones and go where few have dared.
Despite the gyms, fitness trainers and make-up, the Khans are not getting younger.
Even after 68 years of Independence, Indian movie buffs are still looking West for approval.
The sudden craze of the hoi polloi to gatecrash into every cultural and literary event in India
Bollywood’s political films fail to make the cut.
Social networking in these insatiable, exhibitionistic, let-it-all-hangout-times.
In year 2014, the buzz is that the three trail-blazing musketeers of B-town, the Khans, are going political.
Beauty acts as a double edged sword.