Zee Media exclusive chat with 'Happy New Year' cast- Part II

Watch: Zee Media exclusive interview with the star cast of 'Happy New Year' movie.

Ram Gopal Verma`s associates want him back in action

At Hansal Mehta`s birthday bash last week, many of Ram Gopal Varma`s associates met and discussed him.

Narendra Modi sends out best wishes to `The Good Road`

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is delighted that "The Good Road", a Gujarati movie has been chosen as India`s entry in the best foreign film category at the Oscars.

Life doesn`t stop at Box Office numbers: Farhan Akhtar

Farhan Akhtar, whose last film ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ reaped gold at the Box Office, believes that minting money is one parameter to measure a film`s success.

Bollywood box office fairly dry in first quarter

A heady mix films entertained the audiences in the first quarter of 2013.

Bollywood films on male bonding - success guaranteed?

Moving away from the boy-meets-girl, falls-in-love formula, filmmakers are increasingly exploring the world of male bonding -- the forthcoming ‘Kai Po Che!’, ‘Grand Masti’ and ‘Chashme Buddoor’ are only the recent cases in point.

Too many films cluttering one Friday

Four films came in a cluster Feb 1. The result? Only "Vishwaroop" managed to get an audience while "Midnight`s Children" received a lukewarm reception and the other two are struggling for survival.

Life span of films shrinking: Farooq Sheikh

Noted actor Farooq Sheikh feels that the films today have advanced technically, but their "life span" is shrinking and the writing department is not getting more attention.

Anil Kapoor to attend Toronto international film fest

Anil Kapoor has been invited for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) beginning on January 21 and Bollywood actor is excited over the prospect saying he feels honoured.

Rural flavour grips Bollywood

Rustic and raw flavour of villages and towns are paying rich dividends.

Salman Khan’s new diktat for Bollywood producers

Salman Khan, the megastar, has risen to the stature akin to the supreme lord of Bollywood.

Catholics protest their portrayal in Bollywood films

Catholic groups protested their portrayal in bad light in Bollywood movies.

After 86 films, who cares about critics: Priyadarshan

There are two kinds of films, one for critics and the other for audiences, believes National Award winner Priyadarshan, who has successfully straddled two worlds and says candidly that his next `Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal` is strictly masala.

I was uncomfortable doing romantic scenes with Farah: Boman

Boman Irani was little uncomfortable getting close to his co-star.

Now Bollywood floats bold, uncut version online

Bollywood is perhaps in its boldest phase ever, but the censor board often plays a spoilsport. To combat that, filmmakers have found another way to present unedited adult content - they are floating trailers and songs on online medium.

Filmdom needs more and more talent: Om Puri

National Award winning actor Om Puri feels that filmdom does not require any guiding force as people are involved in producing good cinema, but feels there should be a greater influx of talent.

Small screen apes big; creativity down the tube

Where has all the creativity gone, wonder television viewers who find that an increasing number of soaps have annoyingly familiar stories, taken from one Bollywood blockbuster or the other.

Small screen apes big; creativity down the tube

Where has all the creativity gone, wonder television viewers who find that an increasing number of soaps have annoyingly familiar stories, taken from one Bollywood blockbuster or the other.

Dual roles back in B-town: One ticket, double mazaa

Bollywood`s good old double role formula is back in vogue! Filmmakers are re-exploring the genre either with original scripts like ‘Rowdy Rathore’, and ‘Bol Bachchan’ or by remaking classics ‘Seeta Aur Geeta’ and ‘Satte Pe Satta’.