Sooryavanshi , directed by Rohit Shetty, and Kabir Khan's 83 were the first two big films to get a theatrical release dates after the first Unlock was implemented in June.
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Dutee Chand, Huda Kattan, model Winnie Harlow, Indian-origin entertainers Lilly Singh and Kunal Nayyar were among those at the event.
The director spoke to HuffPost about her favourite literary adaptations and also addressed the controversy around Gully Boy's Oscar selection.
No Indian film has ever won an Oscar. The last film from India that made it to the final five in the Best Foreign Film category list was Ashutosh Gowariker’s “Lagaan” in 2001.
Everyone was dressed to the nines but as is true for us normals, the photos were better on Instagram.
The notice is over Ranveer Singh's usage of a war-cry made popular by Brock Lesnar.
“I’ve witnessed a brash boy evolve into the very embodiment of class," Singh said about Kohli
The two lesser-known faces at the edge of Modi's photo with Ranveer Singh and others hold the key to BJP’s Bollywood outreach campaign.
Deepika Padukone Revealed A Very Specific Quality That Drew Her To Ranveer Singh, One That Most Men Lack
Padukone candidly spoke about what specifically drew her to Singh.
Ranveer had met the Prime Minister, along with Alia Bhatt, Ranbir Kapoor, Vicky Kaushal, Ayushmann Khurrana and others, in January this year.
The central tension of 'Gully Boy' is that it actually wants to be a different film from the one it eventually becomes.
The filmmaker opens up about Gully Boy's class politics, genius writing, and how she extracted those performances.
Akhtar confirmed that Singh’s face had indeed been darkened, but apparently only because he had a tan when he began shooting.
Zoya Akhtar has made one of the best Hindi films of the decade.
The Central Board of Film Certification has trimmed the kissing scene by 13 seconds and replaced it with a wider shot.
'Gully Boy', directed by India’s Zoya Akhtar, tells the fictional tale of Murad, a student who lives in a slum and ends up temporarily substituting for his injured father as chauffeur for a wealthy family.
The film’s version of the slogan does not mention casteism, patriarchy and Brahminical oppression—'it’s more like a moral science lesson than a political statement'.
Singh, who has publicly supported the #MeToo movement, is being called out for his remarks on Anushka Sharma.