Arts & Entertainment

Decline of Times Now

Sydney hashtag debacle spells bad news for the 'people's channel'.

From Liverpool to Bollywood

Five years ago Amy Jackson was a British teenage model without acting experience or any knowledge of Hindi.

Anushka, the Good Indians Won

This is cause of joy that the people who attacked Anushka Sharma for India’s defeat were themselves defeated

Bollywood Veteran Given Dada Saheb Phalke Award

Veteran Bollywood actor and producer Shashi Kapoor is to be given the prestigious Dada Saheb Phalke Award, the highest honour in Indian cinema.

Bollywood Celebs' Cricket Superstitions

For India and Indians, cricket is a religion and they treat it with utmost respect.

Good Old Days

Bangalore cartoonist remembers life in 1960s and 70s

NRI React to Film Ban

Nirbhaya film, welcomed everywhere, except India.

India's Daughter

We should be happy BBC made this 'shaming' documentary.

Dodging Ban

Indians are evading ban on rape documentary

Women Who Dared to Change Their Fate

Pascal took up a project to photograph women who have been fighting against prejudice and intolerance in society.

US Court Serves Big B Notice

The summons issued to Amitabh Bachchan by a federal court in Los Angeles in an alleged human rights violations case has been served on the superstar's Hollywood manager.

Bollywood's DDLJ

The 20-year-old love story that grips India.

Bollywood Roots for Oscar Favs

The 87th Academy Awards ceremony was held in Los Angeles Sunday night and Bollywood stars soon took to Twitter to share their excitement.

Dear Jerry Seinfeld, Do Not Do This in India

Going by the uproar over AIB Roast and a controversial ban by the censor board on 30 words, Seinfeld could need some help.

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge's Record Breaking Run Comes to an End

After playing for 1009 uninterrupted weeks, the films unprecedented performance has come to an end at the Maratha Mandir.

Indian Critics Pan Guru Film

A much-hyped film by an Indian guru is just awful, say critics.

It’s Not a Bird or a Plane, It’s a Holy Man

Indian spiritual leader Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan takes on sabre-wielding villains, splinters a log with his fist and rides a monster-wheeled motorcycle in a high-speed chase.

The Greatest Thieves of Bollywood

From Ranbir's Roy to Dev Anand's Jewel Thief

Jerry Seinfeld Can’t Wait to Come to India

Jerry Seinfeld, the Brooklyn-born co-creator of the legendary sitcom “Seinfeld,” is coming to India.

Indian Holy Man Goes Bollywood

Guru raises profile with music videos and an action movie—Starring Himself.

India at Grammys

India-based Ricky Kej and Neela Vaswani made it big at the awards this year.

Made in India, But Not Heard in India

B'luru boy who won a Grammy on Monday thanks Modi, slams Indian music scene

They’re Just Jokes' Say Indian Comedians

YouTube comedians in India have defended themselves after authorities said they would launch a probe into whether their humour was "abusive."

Bollywood Comedy Show Taken off YouTube

The producers of an Indian comedy "roast show" have taken it off YouTube after an intense row over its contents on social media.

The Indian Student Who Took on Misogynist Rapper

A student in the Indian capital, Delhi, has hit back at controversial rapper Yo Yo Honey Singh

20 Most Famous Bollywood Dialogue

Dialogue have always formed an essential part in our films and also help in making certain roles memorable.

Indian-origin Doctor Faces Lawsuit in Joan Rivers Death

An Indian-origin anesthesiologist is among five medical personnel who have been slapped with a multi-million dollar lawsuit.

Dilip Kumar's Home in Pak to be a Museum

The legendary Indian actor, who was born as Yousuf Khan in Peshawar in 1922, is popular in both countries.

The Best Works of Art in India

India, ruled by myriad monarchs from various dynasties, is home to some remarkable and globally-acclaimed works of art.

Back Again

It is the bonding, trust, understanding and total surrender of the stars to the director’s magic touch that usually results in the success of the film.

The Serial Success of a Bollywood Superstar

Bet your money on Aamir Khan: his movies are critically acclaimed and they earn crores.

The Bad News for Outsiders in Bollywood

Work hard. Much harder than the filmy bluebloods

Shatrughan in Trouble Over Son's Wedding Invite

A Bengaluru-based artist Vidushini Prasad has decided to send a legal notice to the family of actor and BJP functionary Shatrughan Sinha

Who is Really Offended With PK

Once the Censor Board has cleared a film and the people want to watch it, no one has the right to pull the film from theatres

Homeland is Giving India Free Propaganda at Pakistan's Expense

Pakistan is terribly peeved by Homeland because it depicts the country as a “shit-hole” run by an untrustworthy and double-dealing regime overrun by Islamic terrorists.

Heroines Who Made a Mark in Bollywood

Bollywood’s leading ladies vivified their personas with novel scripts and made the movie-viewing experience all the more thrilling and entertaining. - See more at:

Art & Craft

Any attempt to force stars or actors into each other’s territory will only invite disaster.

Bangalore Blast, Sandalwood on Alert

The Kannada film industry is rather shaken by the recent low intensity bomb blast in Bengaluru.

It is 'PK' Protestors Who Are Mocking Hinduism

Given the steady increase in the number of cases where mobs have used violence or the threat of violence to enforce their diktat, it is not enough for us to merely insist the government rebuff the demands for a ban on PK.

Palanquins and Cars

Museum traces evolution of Indian transport

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