Chehre is not just Rhea Chakraborty's comeback, it is also Emraan Hashmi's. He's far beyond a 'lover boy'.
Conversations about sex make Indians uncomfortable. Even in school, where we are supposed to be educated, sexual health is a chapter best not taught.
Does the world need 007? James Bond has given us the ultimate Goldfinger.
On Dev Anand's 98th birth anniversary, ThePrint revisits a film close to his heart — a complete Anand family production, whose heroine he married.
Though it was her debut movie, Jaya Bachchan put on a stellar show as Guddi, a young college girl in '70s India who crushes hard on Dharmendra and refuses to marry anyone else.
At a time when women did not have much say in a lot of matters, especially when it came to relationships & matrimony, 'Khushboo' is a story of a woman exercising her choice.
On Salil Chowdhury's 26th death anniversary, ThePrint revisits Basu Chatterjee's slice-of-life film on love and relationships, starring Amol Palekar and Vidya Sinha.
The musical maestro did merely 57 films but his output was stellar and versatile. The songs of Kabhie Kabhie and Umrao Jaan are some of his timeless musical compositions.
Upkar, released in 1967, represents the issues India faced at the time. It celebrates rural India, and depicts the temptations that may trigger greed.
Ahead of Shakeel Badayuni's 105th birth anniversary on 3 August, we look back on his remarkable career and his unabashedly romantic soul.