People fear for their lives unless they show Army, India and Hindus in bad light: Vivek Agnihotri on ‘The Kashmir Files’
Vivek Agnihotri's last film, The Tashkent Files has been very widely accepted by the audience and recently completed 50 days at the Box Office
Anubhav Sinha’s ‘Article 15’ claims of highlighting ‘equality’, takes liberties with facts to suit anti-Brahmin propaganda
Changing the ethnicities and identities of a highly publicised crime only reeks of narrow political agenda, an agenda which is dangerously partial and divisive.
Kamal Haasan relegated to Tier-3 star status by Tamil Nadu Theater and Multiplex Owner’s Association
Things don't appear to be going very well for Kamal Haasan. After a rather poor show at the Lok Sabha elections after much hype, he has now been relegated to the status of a Tier-3 star by the association.
Actor-cum-cocktail politician Swara Bhasker gains 20 sarees and loses 4 brand endorsement deals this election season
Swara Bhasker had extended support to various politicians across political parties with a cocktail of political ideologies
A dystopian future where Hindu nationalists take over: Social media reacts to Netflix’s latest Hinduphobic show ‘Leila’
After Ghoul and Sacred Games, Leila is the third show on Netflix that demonizes Hindus.
The Tashkent Files conquers: Vivek Agnihotri’s movie secures an invitation for screening at the Rashtrapati Bhavan
The Tashkent Files has been invited to be screened at the Rashtrapati Bhavan and the film division of the Information and Broadcasting Ministry.
Watch: Man who said ‘Aayega To Modi Hi’ to Swara Bhaskar says sorry to her, but with a path-breaking twist
V Ranjha had released a new video message apologising to Swara if she felt bad. But his message comes with a path-breaking twist.
On 8th May 2019, a short video clip went viral on Social Media where a man was seen taking a selfie with actress Swara Bhaskar at the airport. In the clip, while taking a selfie, the man says to Swara Bhaskar, 'par ma'am aayega to Modi hi'.
Up against the Lutyens cabal, disgruntled journalists and a blockbuster like Avengers Endgame, The Tashkent Files succeeds
The Tashkent Files, the small budget product of love was up against a big blockbuster like Avengers Endgame
Rakhi Sawant poses with a Pakistani flag, gets abused by Pakistanis, Rakhi asks them to ‘don’t eat my brain’
Rakhi Sawant gets abused by Pakistanis for posing with a Pakistani flag
Twitter users don their creative hat as they see bizarre outfits worn by the celebrities at the Met Gala
Jassi Jaisi Koi Nahin actor Karan Oberoi arrested on charges of rape
Celebrities get together to show support for PM Modi, Boney Kapoor, Sapna Chaudhary, The Great Khali present
Recently famous Bollywood actor Sunny Deol had joined the BJP and is contesting from Gurdaspur Lok Sabha constituency against Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh.
Pandit said that a lot of hard work goes into the making of movies and to brand them as politically motivated or as propaganda is wrong.
Supreme Court upholds the Election Commission’s decision to ban the release of Modi biopic during elections
The Supreme Court refused to interfere with the decision of the Election Commission to ban Modi's biopic during elections
Twinkle takes out all her anger on Tweets against me, so your family life must be peaceful: PM Modi says to Akshay Kumar
Twinkle Khanna, daughter of former Congress MP Rajesh Khanna, in the past has used false equivalence to take a dig at some of the initiatives of Prime Minister Modi.
Modi had urged Khan to creatively try and urge people to come out in large numbers and cast their votes
Akshay Kumar's cryptic tweet earlier today raised wild speculations that he may contest the ongoing Lok Sabha elections
Vivek Agnihotri's The Tashkent Files proves that script is the hero of the film
The film's producers approached the SC after EC stalled the release of 'PM Narendra Modi' film
Wife of Mahesh Bhatt, who lied about Junaid to pontificate to Indians how they should vote, holds a British passport
Soni Razdan and her daughter Alia Bhatt both hold British Passports and hence cannot vote in India
Mahesh Bhatt’s wife peddles fake news about Junaid being lynched for being a Muslim, urges people to remember this when they vote
Has-been actress Soni Razdan, wife of Mahesh Bhatt and mother of actress Alia Bhatt took to Twitter today to fear-monger and lie about the Junaid lynching case to campaign against PM Modi.
‘This would have never happened if I had made a movie on Nehru’: Maker of The Tashkent Files on movie critics refusing to review the movie
The Tashkent Files has been well received by the audience, however, the 'liberal' ecosystem is not too happy with it.
The Tashkent Files review: A political thriller which will make you question the version of history India has been fed all along
The Netflix-generation, especially should watch The Tashkent Files and learn more about the son of the soil
“Free speech can’t be silenced for the fear of the mob,” SC imposes Rs 20 lakh fine on Mamata govt for Bhobishyoter Bhoot ban
Mamata Banerjee usually can’t handle criticisms too well.
Director Vivek Agnihotri says ‘Congress top family’ behind the legal notice sent against the movie ‘The Tashkent Files’
Congress leader and Lal Bahadur Shastri’s grandson sends legal notice to stop the release of ‘The Tashkent Files’, Vivek Agnihotri says ‘Congress top family’ behind it
Tashkent Files is one more unravelling thread in the blanket that covered up our past.
No, Shabana Azmi, ‘trolls’ didn’t ‘stoop’ to ‘communalise and polarise’, you did with your Hinduphobic comment packaged as concern for women
When Shaban had posted the original Tweet in 2017, many had pointed it out to her that she had not included the injustice and harassment faced by Muslim women and had attempted to shame Hindus for common social evils.
Supreme Court gives nod for the release of Modi biopic, Vivek Oberoi thanks the Judiciary for upholding faith in democracy
The movie ‘PM Narendra Modi’ is set to hit the theatres on the polling day of the first phase of elections-April 11, 2019.
A well-researched, sound film which makes one question the history we have all grown up reading