IFFM 2018: Who wore what

Here's a quick round-up of what the celebrities wore on the red carpet at The Indian Film Festival Melbourne, who wowed us...and who didn't.

When Sanju came to Melbourne

Rajkumar Hirani, Indian cinema’s most bankable director, a master craftsman and a creator with an intuitive Midas touch, talks about his latest blockbuster and IFFM 2018

IFFM masala and musings

From celebrities and master classes to dance competitions and movie screenings, the Indian Film Festival in Melbourne had something for everyone.
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Bowled over

Erica, a Sydneysider, is my colleague at work, and recently discovered a whole new world – that of the Indian film industry.

IFFM 2018: Celebrating Indian cinema

Indian Film Festival Melbourne 2018 will celebrate inclusion and children's films this year

‘Sanju’ review

Ranbir dazzles, the film underwhelms, says SUBHASH K JHA

Nawaz really becomes Manto: Nandita Das

Yeh zaroori hai ki zamaane ke karvaton ke saath, adab bhi karvat badle. It is imperative that as society changes, the arts also evolve to reflect that change. Maverick writer and creative rebel Saadat Hasan Manto...

Sydney Film Festival: Decoding Manto and Mehsampur

Two films, one message. Nandita Das’ Manto and Kabir Chowdhry’s Mehsampur at the Sydney Film Festival cast the spotlight on free speech

Movie review: Kaala

Aspiring to penetrate the squalor of slum life in Mumbai's Dharavi, Rajinikanth's Kaala ends up being the poor man's Slumdog Millionaire.

Movie Review: Veere Di Wedding

A joyride, a designer's delight and not quite the air-headed experience it proclaims to be, says Subhash K Jha