Poor villagers running around and open gypsies trailing them has become a trademark of Prakash Jha’s filmmaking.

Actor Urmila Matondkar got married to model Mohsin Akhtar Mir in a low-key ceremony in Mumbai on Thursday evening. The two met at designer Manish Malhotra’s niece Rridhi’s wedding in December 2014 and fell for each other. Reportedly, Mir, who hails from a Kashmir-based business family, is ten years younger to the Rangeela actor.

If you are a fan of Indian hip-hop, you will be familiar with the name, Raftaar. However, what many might not know about the lyricist, producer, composer, singer, rapper and dancer — whose real name is Dilin Nair, by the way — is that he is a Malayali. On March 6, he will perform at Mumbai’s Ballard Estate Festival, powered by Hindustan Times and organised by Ferriswheel Entertainment. Here, he talks about his differences with Yo Yo Honey Singh, and more.

Actors Idris Elba and Matthew McConaughey will be part of the cinematic adaptation of The Dark Tower, the book’s author Stephen King has confirmed.

Three San Francisco sheriff’s deputies were charged with arranging Fight Club duels between jail inmates, and one of the deputies made prisoners gamble for food, clothing and bedding, prosecutors said on Tuesday.

Actor Shah Rukh Khan’s father-in-law Colonel Ramesh Chandra Chibba died at Escorts hospital in New Delhi on Tuesday evening at 8:55 pm. The Bollywood superstar and his wife Gauri Khan have already reached Delhi to pay their last respects. Reports said they are accompanied by SRK’s friend, filmmaker Karan Johar.

Making films based on the lives of people, also known as biopics, has been a trend in Bollywood for the past couple of years. And now, going a step further, many film-makers have also started focusing on real-life incidents.

But what if the Gods in question are the glittery ones from Gods of Egypt? What if they ride on flying chariots kept aloft by bugs and trees and birds? What if they had the power to transform into metallic statues and fiery bulls? What if they bled gold and fought snake monsters by hissing at them?

When Abhishek Sharma was given the ‘Baawra ho gaya hai ke’ award for his film The Shaukeens at the Golden Kela Awards 2015, he looked introspective despite a laughing exterior. In his acceptance speech, he promised to make ‘meaningful’ films without getting into the rat race for stars. So has he made a better film this time around, with the sequel of his hilarious 2010 fare Tere Bin Laden?

We meet Leonardo DiCaprio as soon as Alejandro Inarritu’s The Revenant opens. He is out in the wilderness, tracking his next prey when the hunter becomes the hunted. The setting is 1823 America, DiCaprio’s Hugh Glass and his colleagues are trackers and a group of Arikara Indians attack them to save their lands.