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Traditionally, marriage for a leading actress has nearly always signalled the end of her career, but 2018 was special because three leading ladies threw caution to the winds and did just that, and continue to have flourishing careers regardless. Samarpita Dutta comments.
Sal Salam talks about the Bollywood films that won her heart in 2018.
2018: A year within the Hindi film industry, that was so densely populated with controversies, with good and downright awful films and stunning revelations, that you have to seriously consider the possibility that somebody was putting LSD in our water supply. Or theirs. A breakdown.
Shah Rukh Khan’s Zero may have woefully missed the mark (and its target audience), but here columnist An Josh dissects why the film worked for him despite its excesses, on levels that it perhaps didn’t for others.
Sal Salam discusses the controversial hit, its detractors, and how the film could shake up the status quo.
We celebrate the life and career of India's most iconic film goddess.
Sal Salam writes about the pleasures and pains of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s beleaguered epic.
A recap of the scandals, the hits, the pits and the newsmakers of the year gone by.
Female acting talent will always find a way to shine through – Presenting columnist Brooke's picks for the best female performances of 2016.
The actresses that dared to be different and deserved top acting honours in 2016.
The leading Bollywood men who set standards, knocked it out of the park and wowed us with their acts in 2016.
In the second part of our best films list, columnist Sal, lists his favourite films of 2016.
Columnist Brooke, lists her favourite films of 2016.
The very first of our countdowns – A recap of Zee's highs and lows at the movies in 2016!
Why Karan Johar is a great, significant filmmaker who does not get his due, and why Ae Dil Hai Mushkil ranks as his finest work. A BollyBrit® exclusive by Sal Salam.
Charting the rise and fall of the once much revered RK scion, and why he's still one of the best actors in the business. A BollyBrit® exclusive by Zee Mitha.
Is Bollywood responsible for the exploitation and disempowerment of women? A BollyBrit® exclusive by Yashvee Kalia.
When stars turn around and insist there is no value in watching Hindi films (apparently even the ones they themselves make!). It’s alright for you, the viewer, but certainly not worthy of their time. Columnist Brook says it how it is.
Which 'different' direction is Aditya Chopra going to take Befikre in? Guest columnist Lidia ponders and enlightens us on her expectations from this Yash Raj romance, set, aptly, in the city of love.
Team Ranaut or Team Roshan? What do we think of all this unfolding drama?
In our exclusive five part series, Guest Columnist Sal Salam lists beloved works of literature they’d like to see adapted into Bollywood films. Their final choice? Ranbir-Priyanka in Jhumpa Lahiri's Unaccustomed Earth!
Just ahead of the upcoming Disney sequel, columnist Pankaj compares popular Bollywood characters to Lewis Carroll's classic children's novel character Alice from Alice In Wonderland, and comes up with some fascinating observations.
In our five part series, Guest Columnist Sal Salam lists beloved works of literature they’d like to see adapted into Bollywood films. Their penultimate choice? Sonam-Aditya-Rishi-Juhi in Jane Austen's Persuasion!
In the third of our five part series, Guest Columnist Sal Salam lists beloved works of literature they’d like to see adapted into Bollywood films. This week's fantasy adaptation? Amitabh-Tabu-Deepika-Richa in King Lear!
BollyBrit® chats exclusively to handsome man of the moment, John Abraham, for his film Rocky Handsome. Listen to his views on working with a child artists, censorship and more, right here!
We revisit Deewar, and columnist An Josh dissects why even today the film, stands above the multiplex-pleasing, Hollywood-bastardized story-telling of present times.
In the second of our five part series, Guest Columnist Sal Salam lists beloved works of literature they’d like to see adapted into Bollywood films. This week's fantasy adaptation? Ranbir-Aishwarya in The Age Of Innocence!
In the first of our five part series, Guest Columnist Sal Salam lists beloved works of literature they’d like to see adapted into Bollywood films. His first choice? Ranveer-Kareena in Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights!
With 'Kapoor & Sons' releasing this week, it seems apt to talk about Rishi Kapoor's cinematic journey – from podgy teenager in Mera Naam Joker to grumpy ol' grandad in Kapoor & Sons. Zee Mitha pens her thoughts on the affable Kapoor exclusively for BollyBrit®.
Not only do her recent statements reek of personal insecurities and serious self-esteem and body image issues, but they portray the wrong message and make her an extremely bad role model for girls worldwide. BollyBrit's Samarpita Dutta gets candid.
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