This is Shahid Kapoor’s first tell-all interview post becoming a proud father. In addition to talking warmly about his family, he also speaks about Batti Gul Meter Chalu that hits cinemas tomorrow. His co-stars Shraddha Kapoor and Yami Gautam join in the exciting conversation
Manto is another masterpiece after Mulk which stirs you with almost similar emotions, your caste and religion notwithstanding. Put your hands together for Nandita Das who set out to make this film and completed it with such finesse
Although movies are meant for two-three hours of utter entertainment, there are many films that make you think and inspire you days after having it watched. In Bollywood or Hindi cinema, there have been many movies in the recent times that have shed light on social issues and brought spotlight on problems that are never talked about in the open.
The Sui Dhaaga challenge seems to have caught on. Watch Shah Rukh Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Karan Johar do it.
No manmarziyaan this, but the makers of Manmarziyaan had no option but to cut the smoking and past-affair thinking scenes of Taapsee Pannu--- and they have done it. Abhishek Bachchan's smoking scene too is gone
More often than not, stars are nervous and excited before their films hit theatres. However, Shraddha Kapoor found it hard to sleep. Why is that? SpotboyE.com tells you
Yami Gautam who stars in this week’s big Bollywood release, Batti Gul Meter Chalu had to pay a few visits to the Bombay High Court recently. Wondering why? Scroll down to know