2020 films that should be on your watch-list

Naman Ramachandran
Shruti Haasan
Entertainment

Shruti Haasan: 'My short film Devi hits you with its poignant depiction of women strength'

Soma Basu
Murali Sharma in a scene from ‘Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo’
Movies

Murali Sharma: It’s taken me 30 years to reach this stage

Sangeetha Devi Dundoo
Ravi Teja in a still from Disco Raja

‘Disco Raja’ movie review: Beings with promise, but an overdose of retro is the dampener

Sangeetha Devi Dundoo
Udhayanidhi Stalin in ‘Psycho’

‘Psycho’ movie review: A fascinating game of shadows

Srivatsan S
‘Panga’: Kangana Ranaut brings in the right amount of vulnerability, lack of sureness, yet a determination and cussedness to the character

‘Panga’ movie review: Kangana Ranaut's latest is all heart and charm, with an emotional wallop at the end

Namrata Joshi
‘Street Dancer 3D’: Tries too hard to be cool

‘Street Dancer 3D’ movie review: This dance saga is a compilation of indistinguishable performances

Namrata Joshi
 

‘Shylock’ movie review: When ‘Megastar’ Mammootty towers over the script

S.R. Praveen
‘Judy’ is Zellweger’s exclusive playground, overshadowing every other character

‘Judy’ movie review: Renée Zellweger shines in this stunning biopic of an enigmatic star

Deborah Cornelious

Trailers

Ayushmann Khurrana and Jitendra Kumar in ‘Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan’
Movies

Watch | ‘Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan’ trailer: Ayushmann Khurrana’s gay romance promises much heart and banter

The Hindu Net Desk
Hina Khan in the ‘Hacked’ trailer
Movies

‘Hacked’ trailer: Hina Khan is stalked by an obsessive cyber bully

IANS
A still from the ‘Jawaani Jaaneman’ trailer
Movies

‘Jawaani Jaaneman’ trailer: Saif Ali Khan and Alaya F promise enjoyable coming-of-age dramedy

TV

 
Entertainment

Zareen Khan is Bollywood’s first tour guide with 'Jeep Bollywood Trails'

Karishma Upadhyay
A scene from Vir Das: For India on Netflix
Entertainment

Vir Das on his new Netflix special, ‘For India’: Time to come home

Karishma Upadhyay
 
Entertainment

'It looks at who is Indian or Indian enough,' says Kabir Khan about 'The Forgotten Army'

Special Correspondent