Saif Ali Khan as Langda Tyagi in Omkara, Tabu and Irrfan Khan in Maqbool, Shahid Kapoor in Haider; Vishal and Sir Ian McKellen (below) After the great response to his Shakespearean trilogy in London and a meeting with Brit legend Sir Ian ... Pune Mirror, 2 days ago
Vishal Bhardwaj's Shakespearean trilogy gets appreciated in London - Times of India, 2 days ago
400 years of Shakespeare: Vishal Bhardwaj, envoy hail bard's magic of w... - Hindustan Times, 4 days ago
It's World Book Day today! Bollywood has been seeking inspiration from books since ages. And why wouldn't it? Books make for great stories. So, let's celebrate this day by telling you about the 10 Bollywood movies that were/are inspired from books.Pink Villa, 1 week ago
That no story can exist without conflict was best illustrated by the Bard, especially in his celebrated tragedies. Shakespeare's plays are rooted in the socio-political conflicts of his time, yet his ability to bring out the universal nature of ...Hindu Business Line, 1 week ago
The good boys of Bollywood have rocked the villainous roles in movies as they have the good ones, says VirajSawant. A film script that Aamir Khan and Akshay Kumar declined was then narrated to Shah Rukh Khan. Shah Rukh's instant reaction to it ...The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago
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