The script has changed in Bollywood in the last 60 years – the women are more worldly, the men more macho and the cinema itself more techno-savvy, almost as good as Hollywood, says veteran cinema writer and critic Bhaichand Patel.
“Bodyguards” and “rockstars” helped Hindi cinema break the gloom of the past two years, with several films crossing the Rs.100 crore ($18.6 million)-mark in 2011. And, sure enough, a pot of gold lay at the end of the rainbow year
BollywoodWorld.com, After over four decades of contribution to Hindi cinema, Amitabh Bachchan is finally stepping out! At 68, he is ready to make his Hollywood debut with Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby”, which has “Titanic” star Leonardo DiCaprio in the
Mumbai, Aamir Khan and Katrina Kaif have launched “Cine Blitz Gold Love and Longing in the Hindi Cinema”, a coffee table book that pays tribute to the Hindi film industry. Both actors are excited about their look on the cover,
New Delhi, A book on the depiction of Musim culture in Hindi cinema from the 1930s, co-authored by an Indian professor and the head of cinema studies at New York University, was released here Saturday evening. The “Islamicate Cultures of