Posts Tagged ‘Bollywood’

‘मैं सही आदमी को कैसे पहचानूंगी? उसकी आंखों में देखकर। मैं चेहरा बहुत अच्छा पढ़ती हूं। मेरी नज़र कभी धोखा नहीं खाती। जिस...

Yin and Yang. Night and Day. Fire and Ice. ‘Opposites attract’ has long been the cornerstone of every romantic comedy. It may or may not result in a happily ever after, but it can ignite passion and chemistry in a relationship. Take for instance my household, I can read a book a day, life permitting. The last book my...

Your soulmate is one who understands you like no other, who loves not just you but also your flaws, the one who can listen to you all day long and the one to whom you can pour out your heart with no hesitation at all. Here are 7 movies that have shown how our best friends have always been our soulmates forever. Well,...

Juggernaut Books is delighted to announce the upcoming film adaptation of Abheek Barua’s crime novel City of Death.

Some of our greatest Hindi films have been inspired and based on great classics. Devdas, for instance, based on Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s novel, has been remade 16 times! And of course, Chetan Bhagat’s novels are all being remade into films. So we’ve got a simple quiz for you: there are 10 posters below; guess...

फिल्मी सितारों की जीवनियां लिखने के अनुभव पर लेखक और टीवी पत्रकार यासिर उस्मान का ब्लॉग

Rustom was based on the Nanavati case. But it got more things wrong than right.

The things Rajini can do, no one can. The things Rajini cannot do, even God cannot.

Bollywood, till recently, has been considered a male bastion – and remains, in so many ways. With the triumvirate of the Khans still reigning supreme at the Box Office, any film with a female lead, like Queen, will rarely see one of the big stars take second seat to the actress. But there have been times in the past...

A quick Q&A with Yamini Pustake Bhalerao, author of Operation Superstar, featuring the laundry girl Indira