Satyajit Ray’s account of his meeting with Kurosawa.
More cool info on the Fab Four, just in case you've missed it all before.
For 125 years, the families of Surabhi have been making sacrifices just to ensure that the show goes on. But now, they won’t last much longer without some help.
In the final days before the release of his film Love, Sex Aur Dhokha, director Dibakar Banerjee gave Open full access to his life.
Boman Irani has never been to an acting school, but he is still an intelligent actor. He knows that audiences today appreciate complex characters, and playing just a good or bad guy isn’t enough.
Sir, you will not be watching MNIK. But because of your hue and cry, I saw it. So I think it’s only fair that you share my suffering.
Not even the most fickle politician has changed affiliations as many times as Amitabh Bachchan. Why does the greatest superstar in Indian cinema history hanker so much for political patronage?
A Telugu novel, honoured by the Sahitya Akademi, has both the literary community and Hindu rightwing worked up over its ‘pornographic’ depiction of Draupadi.
The much-hyped Kolkata Book Fair has turned from a cerebral showcase to an annual fair of binging on a variety of food.
Open speculates on what the prospective suitors for MGM might do with the studio’s money-spinning Bond franchise.