Sharing a romantic picture with boyfriend Siddhant Pillai, Simran writer, Apurva Asrani says he loved openly even when the law told him not to. He’s happy to share his love with the world, finally
“I don’t want to point fingers at anyone, but I must take my share of responsibility for being part of many sell-out decisions,” says Apurva Asarani while talking about Simran. He has lots more to say, scroll down for a read...
Ekta Kapoor released the first look of Rajkummar Rao starrer web series, Bose Dead or Alive. As the name suggests, it is based on freedom fighter, Subhash Chandra Bose, and Rao is looking extremely convincing in the role...
Charges of sexual harassment against Founder and CEO of The Viral Fever (TVF), Arunabh Kumar, have taken the nation by storm. Now, Aligarh writer Apurva Asrani and Team AIB react to the issue
Veteran actress Jaya Bachchan attended a panel discussion at the ongoing Jio MAMI 18th Film Festival last evening to pay tribute to the cinema of iconic filmmaker Bimal Roy, and her thoughts on change in filmmaking over the years will get you thinking
In a candid chat with SpotboyE.com, Manoj Bajpayee opens up about his latest release Saat Uchakkey, turning producer, his complaints against moviegoers and of course, the proposed Bollywood ban on Pakistani actors
Anyone feeling strong would do well to see Aligarh. He’ll come out feeling stronger, wiser and perhaps a little less smug. He’ll also see an extraordinary movie which holds one’s attention throughout. In fact, its coming has been proclaimed so often that one hesitates to announce again the arrival of the Brave New Indian Movie.
After a gap of two years, Raima Sen is all set to return to B-Town with her next film, Bollywood Diaries. The movie, directed by K D Satyam, has her playing a sex worker. In an exclusive chat with SpotboyE, the Bengali beauty talks about work, life and much more.
The Central Board Of Film Certification (CBFC) is facing a lot of flak over its decision to give the trailer of Hansal Mehta’s Aligarh an ‘A’ certificate. The film, starring Manoj Bajpayee and Rajkummar Rao, is based on a true incident. Come to think of it, Aligarh is not the first Indian movie that revolves around LGBT characters. While some did ruffle the feathers of the censor board, others enjoyed a smooth run. Let’s take a look: