Brutally Basic Bollywood: Delusion of stardom is Bollywood's unspoken tragedy
Delivering even the slightest non-compliment could leave you marked out as 'the enemy'.
Vantage Point: Vikram, Betaal and 4 Supreme Court judges - A 21st Century fantasy
How would Vikramaditya view the tumult in the Supreme Court, and how would Betaal respond?
Filmmaking is no child’s play. Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali masters this art and is a class apart.
They say the reel world derives inspiration from the real and rightly so.
"November 8 was a black day for our economy and, indeed, our democracy," referring to this day last year when the government announced its move to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes.
In the past few months, I’ve seen many journalists crib about the excesses of the government, slam them for the lack of morals or turn on their own organisations for suppressing stories that were i
Over the last few days I’ve seen with a sense of dismay a ‘tu-tu main-main’ over NDTV censoring its journalists. One of NDTV’s senior-most journalists and well-known faces, Sreenivasan Ja
In the short span of an hour, when he burst the crackers, my little one inhaled smoke equivalent to over 100 cigarettes.
I log onto Facebook for two main reasons – news sharing and news sharing.
Salman Khan's Bigg Boss 11 - Favourite contestant, film debut and more: 'Jallad' Chintan Gangar gets candid
It's October already and another exciting season of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan's popular reality show Bigg Boss is taking the television screens by storm. Undoubtedly, the premiere episode of the 11the edition was high on entertainment. Amidst all the glamour, what caught the attention of the TV lovers was some adorable, and at the same time hilarious moments that the 51-year-old hunk shared with Jallad Aka Chintan Gangar.
And this is not the first time someone is pointing to the imminent crisis — an economic slowdown is not Lord Voldermort’s name that can’t be uttered. It needs to be identified and dealt with.
Today is Mahashasthi and community Durga Pujo celebrations - the most important four days in a year on a Bengali’s calendar begin in earnest today.
Team India once again begin their home season and this time they start of their proceedings against Steve Smith-led Australia in a limited-over series that kicks off at the M Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on September 17.
In fact, going by numbers, since 2003 Wimbledon, 58 Grand Slams have been played. Federer bagged 19 while Nadal has 16 to his name – total standing to 35, which is almost 60 per cent of the total – such has been their dominance. Novak stands next on the list with 12 Majors and Murray and Wawrinka having three apiece to their name.
The Delhi-based cricketer tumbled down a plethora of records with his blistering 116-ball 100 at Premadasa, but what left the analysts and few legends of game rather astonished is that at such an early part of his career and at such a young age, Kohli seems to be slowly and silently inching towards the cricketing records set by Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar.
Just a day more to go. August 28 would mark the kickoff, of the 137th edition of the US Open tennis championships at the Flushing Meadows, New York. And there are already a host of possibilities hovering over the final grand slam of the year.
In an upfront chat with Zee Media's Jaspreet Sahni, Hockey India's High Performance Director, David John, explained all the ups and down over the last eight months - both on and off the field.
With start of ODI series against Sri Lanka, Team India take a step towards their World Cup 2019 plan
After a record-scripting 3-0 whitewash over Sri Lanka in the Test series, Virat Kohli-led Team India are all geared up to extend their domination over the hosts in the shorter format of the game when they lock horns for the first ODI match, at Dambulla, today. But for Team India the series comes about way different than that of their opponents. The series is more of a kick-start to their plan for World Cup 2019.