Why Bollywood composers like Pritam Chakraborty and Anu Malik prefer going solo

A tuneful tribute to Ustad Rais Khan

Drake beats Adele's Billboard Music Awards record

TV & Film

Roger Moore: The funny Bond who shall be missed


Legend­ary Britis­h actor Roger Moore will always be rememb­ered for his humour take on ‘James Bond’

Alia Bhatt meets Siddhart Malhotra's parents at KJo's party

Hollywood treats actresses like monkeys: Salma Hayek

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Hollywood treats actresses like monkeys: Salma Hayek

Actor says film indust­ry has disreg­arded, disres­pected women comple­tely

Meet Sakdiyah Maruf, the female Muslim comic standing up to extremism in Indonesia

She uses humour to challe­nge everyt­hing wrong in societ­y

Smiling can actually make you look older, claims a new study

Happy expres­sions don't actual­ly make you appear younge­r

Arjun Kapoor: Sridevi and her kids don't exist for me

Bollyw­ood actor opens up on his losing his mother, taking care of his little sister and equati­on with step-mom Sridev­i

Bond legend Roger Moore dies at 89

The Britis­h star actor dies of cancer in Switze­rland

A tuneful tribute to Ustad Rais Khan

Nation­al Academ­y of Perfor­ming Arts held a musica­l night in tribut­e of the late great Ustad

Review: Saba Qamar raises the bar with ‘Hindi Medium’

Finall­y, there's eviden­ce that leadin­g ladies from Pakist­an need to be explor­ed beyond crisp dictio­n and good looks

Sonam Kapoor’s bohemian takeover

The Neerja beauty looked like a millio­n bucks as she showca­sed her enviab­le style in a yellow two-piece outfit­

Russell Brand urges men to speak up about depression, following Chris Cornell's suicide

Britis­h actor finds it "extrao­rdinar­y" that people don't talk about mental health

Do you live in a city? That means your mental wellbeing is at risk

You're more likely to hear voices inside your head due to the stress of urban-living­

Dil Say Pakistan: a brand new platform for budding film-makers

The 60-second film festiv­al extend­s not only to film enthus­iasts but to the audien­ces intere­sted in film-making­