Wednesday September 17, 2014
Mumbai's famous 'Madras Cafe' has never seen a dull day, and Daawat-e-Ishq actors Parineeti Chopra and Aditya Roy Kapur's promotional visit to the restaurant attracted an even larger crowd than usual.
Manisha Dhingra | Thursday July 10, 2014
Actress Nargis Fakhri, who is making her debut in Hollywood with the film Spy, says that she is comparatively more comfortable in Bollywood.
Sonal Gera | Sunday March 2, 2014
US-born actress Nargis Fakhri says she is still learning the ropes of making it big in Mumbai's entertainment world, where people are "best friends" with a person till they have work. "Once a film is over the friendship is also over," she rued
Sonal Gera | Friday December 27, 2013
If 2013 was about box office records, it will also be remembered for superlative performances by a host of actors like Irrfan, Rajkummar Rao and Sushant Singh in highly acclaimed films such as The Lunchbox, Shahid and Kai Po Che respectively.
Chandni | Wednesday December 25, 2013
In 2013, the centenary year of Indian cinema, the Hindi film industry saw several high points.
Chandni | Wednesday November 13, 2013
Noting that his country's films are taking a hit from the more popular Bollywood productions, noted Sri Lankan filmmaker Prasanna Vithanage alleged that Madras Cafe was not an "honest" movie.
MekhlaS | Monday November 11, 2013
Actor-producer John Abraham says sportspersons across the world are his role models as far as fitness is concerned.
Riya Chakravarty | Saturday November 9, 2013
Bollywood actor-turned-producer John Abraham says he prefers to produce quality movies rather than aiming at the Rs 100 crore club.
Chandni | Wednesday October 30, 2013
Be it the slice of life in Vicky Donor or the portrayal of harsh reality in Madras Cafe, director Shoojit Sircar's films fetched him loads of accolades.
Chandni | Sunday October 13, 2013
John Abraham says his forthcoming film Banana will surprise the audience and make them nostalgic.
Alpan Saxena | Monday October 7, 2013
Actor-producer John Abraham says he is not thinking about switching from the big to the small screen because he believes movies are the right platform for him.
Chandni | Thursday October 3, 2013
Irrfan Khan, who plays the lead in Ritesh Batra's The Lunchbox, today expressed his disappointment with the jury's decision of not choosing the film as India's official entry for the Oscars next year.
Alpan Saxena | Saturday September 21, 2013
Pakistan's entry to the Oscars in the Best Foreign Film category, Zinda Bhaag, ironically has an India connect - and in more than one way. The neighbouring country's Oscar entry - its first after 50 years - couldn't after all do without drawing on In...
MekhlaS | Monday September 16, 2013
Bollywood actor John Abraham launched a campaign to eradicate clubfoot, a health condition amongst children, on Monday. He said he is more than willing to associate himself with such causes.
MekhlaS | Sunday September 8, 2013
Terming Satyaneswi 'special' as a Rituparno Ghosh swansong, Abir Chatterjee, the other Byomkesh, said there couldn't have been a better choice than Kahaani maker Sujoy Ghosh as the sleuth in Saradindu flick.
Chandni | Wednesday September 4, 2013
The Bollywood box office will offer two very different flavours for movie buffs this Friday - the much-awaited love story via Shuddh Desi Romance, and some high-on-action drama in Zanjeer.
MekhlaS | Monday September 2, 2013
It took Shoojit Sircar six years to bring Madras Cafe on the big screen and the director, who faced protests in South before its release, feels Indian cinema is still not ready for political stories.
Riya Chakravarty | Saturday August 31, 2013
Actor-producer John Abraham is proud that his latest movie Madras Cafe has worked well on positive word-of-mouth feedback despite being caught in controversies.
MekhlaS | Thursday August 29, 2013
Farhan Akhtar believes that the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) should speak up for filmmakers when movies such as Madras Cafe get caught in controversies despite being cleared by the board.
South | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday August 28, 2013
Less than a week after its release, the Tamil version of controversial political thriller "Madras Cafe" was pulled from two theatres in Toronto due to protests and poor ratings.