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  • Digital release face-saving for Brand Salman

    Digital release face-saving for Brand Salman

    "Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai", the title of Salman Khan's latest film that premiered on the digital platforms, Zee5 and Zeeplex, on the occasions of Eid on May 13, catches one's fancy. It certainly helps the film generate curiosity as well as positive vi

  • Review: The Climb: Winsome indie humour

    Review: The Climb: Winsome indie humour

    "The Climb" is a 'bromantic comedy' that hits the road running -- or cycling if you may, given the opening scene. Friends Mike (Michael Angelo Covino) and Kyle (Kyle Marvin) are struggling uphill on racer bikes. Huffing for breath, Kyle announces joyously that he is about to get married.

  • Review: Radhe: Salman Khan's chaos of set pieces

    Review: Radhe: Salman Khan's chaos of set pieces

    You couldn't care less, of course if you are a Salman fan, you weren't logging in for the sake of story. You're in it to watch all that goes on in between, when the 'story' isn't interfering with what Salman Khan needs to do on screen to reaffirm his Bollywood superstardom.

  • Michael B. Jordan: It's a lively time to be an actor right now

    Michael B. Jordan: It's a lively time to be an actor right now

    Over the past decade, Michael B. Jordan has gained a massive fanbase with his performances in films like "Fruitvale Station '', "Creed '' and the comicbook supervillain Erik Killmonger in "Black Panther''. With inclusivity and diversity taking centre-stag

  • Disha Patani: Salman Khan dances like no one's watching him

    Disha Patani: Salman Khan dances like no one's watching him

    Disha Patani is paired with Salman Khan in the upcoming action thriller "Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai", scheduled to drop digitally for pay-per-view watch on Eid. Disha, who has worked with Salman in the 2019 drama "Bharat" earlier, says it is always a pl

  • Multiplexes face single screen fate (Column: B-Town)

    Multiplexes face single screen fate (Column: B-Town)

    Film and television production has come to a halt again due to the second lockdown. The production sector will bounce back soon as the things are back to normal, and so will most of the film-related sectors albeit with bruises. But what happens to the mul

  • Review: Photo Prem: Snapshots of feel-good humour

    Review: Photo Prem: Snapshots of feel-good humour

    Fifty-something Maee hates being clicked. Which in turn leads to a peculiar problem. She realises there's no decent photograph of her in the house. That's no petty issue if you consider your primary source of remembrance, when you're no more, will be the picture that hangs in the living room. So, Maee decides she must fix the situation.