A father who introduces his 30-year-old daughter to her suitors as a "financially, emotionally and sexually independent, non-virgin woman" and a daughter who scolds her dad for his obsession with health and tells him it would have been better if he had some disease.
Sunny Leone's spectacular elevation in Bollywood's pecking order could make a good script for a racy thriller, but her choice of films could well burst the bubble around her enigma soon.
If you take a closer look at Akshay Kumar’s recent films, you’ll realise he is positioning himself as the brand new champion of the crusade against corruption.
Talk of a film on the disabled or 'differently-abled', and we all know that it is one subject our industry is never comfortable with.
It's a known secret that the Bhatt camp doesn't care much about reviews, because it believes that their niche audience base doesn't care about it either.
A man who scoffs at religious practices, approaches God in a temple when he faces a life-shattering truth and begs him to 'reduce his punishment' for not following what the godmen preach.
The wait is over, and well worth every moment spent yearning to see Bollywood's most talked about sizzler, Sunny Leone, on screen for the fourth time.
Rajit Kapoor’s popular TV show of the '90s set a benchmark for all those who wished to weave a story around detective Byomkesh Bakshi’s adventures, without doubt one of Indian literature's most recognisable figures.
Touted as sex comedy, Harshavrdhan Kulkarni's Hunterr hits theatres on Friday. Is it yet another vulgar flick in the name of an adult film or is it something you can actually watch without being 'sick'? Read on to find out.
Meera (Anushka Sharma) and Arjun (Neil Bhoopalam) make a happy couple, which is well off and effectively connected. One gloomy night, while driving alone in Gurgaon, Meera encounters a gang of hooligans, but she braves them and escapes unhurt. Read On..