As part of our new series, we asked actors and creators about their favourite books and what they’re reading. This week, we asked Mini Mathur to recommend her favourite books.
As part of our new series, we asked actors and creators about their favourite books and what they’re reading. This week, we asked internet sensation Saloni Gaur AKA Nazma Aaapi to recommend her favourite book.
As part of our new series, we ask actors and creators about what they’re reading in lockdown. This week, following the release of Hotstar’s Aarya, we asked Sushmita Sen recommends her favourite book
Here are 5 Revelations from his book, from his love for the human scent, his walking out of a Bollywood prestige project, to his formidable runs, his debauched life as a model and more
The forced house arrest has given us time to catch up on reading. Here are 8 book recommendations from team Film Companion
On the second anniversary of Sridevi’s death, we take a look at the literature produced on her, memorializing a life that captured India’s imagination for decades.
From Kishore Kumar’s songs being banned during the Emergency to the formation of the Censor Board, Amit Khanna’s encyclopedic book covers all.
The sub-head of the book reads “The Rise and Rise of Eastern Pop Culture”, and the narrative, largely focused on ‘Bollywood’, is hasty in its attempts to reach a conclusion, but is enthralling nonetheless.
This isn’t an autobiography. Instead, Iger takes us through the highlights of his career and the lessons he’s learned about leadership, risk-taking, building a productive work culture and managing crises
Parikshat Sahni’s ‘The Non Conformist’ is a sweet, albeit overlong attempt to remember a father forty years after his death
Anupam Kher’s autobiography is an exercise in hubris, and reads like a Wikipedia page with just a faint, beating heart
An overpopulated mess, the actor’s authorized biography ‘Bad Man’ is a disservice to the life of Bollywood’s much-loved villain