Subhash K Jha

Subhash K Jha is a film critic and movie expert.

As Akshay Kumar turns 51, a look at how he is a rogue turned into a reluctant hero

Akshay Kumar turned 51 on Sunday I find it hard to believe that his journey as an individual and an actor has taken him so far.

Battle for Laxmibai: Will Kangana Ranaut succeed in becoming the Rani of Jhansi?

Will Kangana Ranaut's dream of playing the Rani of Jhansi ever materialize?

 'Soorma' vs 'Sanju': Why do films on anti-heroes attract larger crowds?

'Soorma' vs 'Sanju': Why do films on anti-heroes attract larger crowds?

For all its flaws, Reema Kagti's "Gold" must be applauded in the loudest possible way, for bringing to the screen lives of unsung heroes involved in a sport that lacks the glamorous appeal of crick

Atal Bihari Vajpayee loved Bollywood. Who would play him in biopic?

The two senior-most and most venerated leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party, Atal Bihari Vajpayee and LK Advani, shared a common trait: their love for the arts and cinema.

Is Salman Khan our Tom Cruise?

Is Salman Khan our Tom Cruise?

Tom Cruise is 4 years older than Salman Khan, but look at the stunts he performs, Oh Maa! Look at the warmth and humility he conveys in his persona.

Will Vishwaroopam 2 be Kamal Haasan's last film? Maybe not

I've known the enterprising Mr Kamal Haasan for 18 years now. We've faced some choppy weather in our relationship, brought on, I might add, by his unforeseen shift into a sultry withdrawal.

What is that accent, Shahid?

What is that accent, Shahid?

New Delhi From what I gather the Toilet Ek Prem Katha director Shree Narayan Singh's new film Batti Gul Meter Chalu is about power theft in the mofussil areas.

Hey Kareena-Saif, having Taimur in public domain is your choice

Hey Kareena-Saif, having Taimur in public domain is your choice

New Delhi: Kareena Kapoor Khan and Saif Ali Khan are often heard expressing concern about over-exposure of their son Tamiur -- not yet two -- in the media.

Karwaan movie review: Film takes us on a journey of life, death

Karwaan movie review: Film takes us on a journey of life, death

Film: Karwaan Director: Akarsh Khurana Cast: Irrfan Khan, Dulquer Salman and Mithila Palkar  Rating: ***1/2

Bollywood's patriotic formula is stale and boring, it is time to reinvent it

What happened to all the great patriotic films that would light up our movie theatres every year, and not only for Republic Day and Independence Day?

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