TAMPA — The 15th annual International Indian Film Academy's Weekend & Awards has a variety of events for ardent Bollywood film fans and curious Tampa Bay area residents alike. Here's the wee …
Only in the movies is cruising the world with your family a terrible thing.
Mumbai is known as the city of dreams — India's financial capital and home of Bollywood, where the aspiring go hoping to be somebody. Perhaps never more so than in Bollywood's Golden Age, the late '40s to '60s, when the city was still called Bombay and when Bombay Velvet is set. The noir drama from …
Has it really been a year since Bollywood's glitterati descended upon Tampa Bay for the "Bollywood Oscars" with sparkling clothes and painfully delayed shows? If you're feeling a bit of nostalgia, a much more understated expression arrives in theaters this weekend.
Finally rising from the pages of 20th century Bengali literature, meet Detective Byomkesh Bakshy, India's Sherlock Holmes. (The Big Bang Theory fans might remember an episode last year that took issue with this description; Raj insisted Sherlock Holmes was actually "the English Byomkesh Bakshi.")
Happy endings are a staple in Bollywood, but unhappy beginnings foretell another staple: the revenge tale.
When life gives you a corrupt government, form a gang with your buddies and give corruption the finger.
When holiday weekends roll around in the United States, it seems like everyone and their brother makes a movie.
Much to the confusion of fans everywhere, Bollywood apparently had the same titling idea as Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj and Jessie J.
Even Bollywood isn't safe from the Mouse House.
After Olympian biopic Bhaag Milkha Bhaag struck a chord (and won big at the box office and International Indian Film Academy Awards in Tampa), there has been an unprecedented rush to celebrate India's overlooked non-cricket athletes. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag contained a sobering tribute to India's forgotten …