Beloved screen star Dilip Kumar passed away in Mumbai, India, on July 6, aged 98.
The acclaimed Indian actor known for several films including "Mughal-e-Azam" and "Andaz" is survived by his wife, fellow Bollywood star Saira Banu.
The Bollywood star has received backlash from celebrities and politicians who have accused her of inciting violence and fueling tensions.
Bollywood fans will reportedly get to see eight new films of Disney+ Hotstar soon as movies like 'Laxxmi Bomb' and Sushant Singh Rajput's final film 'Dil Bechara' skip a cinema release and come straight to streaming.
Rishi Kapoor died Thursday after a two-year battle with cancer.
Ahead of the U.S. president's rally in Gujarat, Ram Gopal Varma tweeted that Trump "can brag about [crowd size] till he dies."
The actress speaks to Newsweek about her Bollywood comeback in "The Sky is Pink" and her upcoming collaboration with Mindy Kaling.
In its dismissal, India's Supreme Court said that "there was no malicious intent to hurt religious sentiments."
Bollywood director tells Newsweek why he hopes to reach a more global audience.
The biggest actor in Bollywood tells Newsweek why he's never done a film like "Dear Zindagi" before.
The 50-year-old Indian has yet to apologize for his comment.
Akhtar wants to advocate for female empowerment by helping men redefine masculinity.