Farhan Akhtar

Eternally Confused And Eager For Love On Netflix Review: Sweet And Silly Bandra Boy Blues

Written and directed by Rahul Nair, the 8-part show is set in Bandra, Mumbai.

Zoya Akhtar On Creating Jee Le Zara With Three Major Female Stars

Starring Priyanka Chopra, Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt, the Farhan Akhtar directorial commences filming in 2022

Javed Akhtar On Staying Relevant, Narrating Scripts To His Children

He talks about the upcoming India Shayari Project, going back to scriptwriting and why songs, in current times, fail to…

Bhansali Goes Digital With Netflix And Farhan Akhtar Returns To Direction

25 years after Khamoshi, Sanjay Leela Bhansali embraces streaming, and 20 years after Dil Chahta Hai, Farhan Akhtar finally makes…

Celebrating 20 Years Of The Cult Classic – Dil Chahta Hai

It’s not like we hadn’t seen stories of friendship on celluloid before, but what made Dil Chahta Hai stand apart…

40 Breakthrough Indian Directorial Debuts

On the 20th anniversary of Farhan Akhtar’s Dil Chahta Hai, we look at directorial debuts that changed the game

Toofaan, On Amazon Prime, Is A Novel Sports Drama That Invests In Its Relationships More Than The Sport

While it follows the traditional beats and tropes of a sports drama, the sport is only a vehicle to carry…

17 Years Of Lakshya: A War Within

In addition to being a coming-of-age personal journey, Lakshya is as much a coming-into-being portrayal of Karan

Toofaan, On Amazon Prime Video, Is A Predictable Sports Drama Redeemed By Farhan Akhtar

We've been here and seen this before, but Akhtar makes sure that the film is always watchable despite its inconsistencies

Zoya Akhtar And Reema Kagti On 10 Years Of ZNMD, Possibility Of A Sequel

As Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara completes 10 years of release, the director-writer duo reminisce about the making of some of…

Toofaan, On Amazon Prime, Is A Dated Medley Of Underdog Tropes

Toofaan is nearly redundant to a generation that’s grown up on Hollywood sports dramas and underdog fairytales. There’s little else…

Toofaan, On Amazon Prime Video, Works Best When It Innovates Within The Boxing Movie Formula

Toofaan can’t match the emotional punch of Bhaag Milkha Bhaag. But Farhan Akhtar’s tenacity and sincerity shine through.