All stories by Urvi Parikh
Review: John Abraham's film is TOO RAW!Rediff.com5 Apr 2019
One only wishes RAW: Romeo Akbar Walter was cooked better, says Urvi Parikh.
How are Salman's discoveries doing?Rediff.com3 Apr 2019
Salman has just launched Pranutan Bahl and Zaheer Iqbal in Notebook. Urvi Parikh looks at other talents who have bloomed under his care.
Junglee Review: Gimmicky affairRediff.com29 Mar 2019
What could have been an extraordinary movie fails to hit the mark, notes Urvi Parikh.
When Kalank made Alia Bhatt NERVOUSRediff.com19 Mar 2019
'I have been prepping for this for almost a year.'
Captain Marvel Review: Leaves you happy and impatientRediff.com8 Mar 2019
Captain Marvel is all about women empowerment, yet it's never preachy.
Review: The Fakir Of Venice looks datedRediff.com9 Feb 2019
The only saving grace are Farhan Akhtar and Annu Kapoor, notes Urvi Parikh.
Fraud Saiyaan Review: Such a fraud attempt!Rediff.com18 Jan 2019
Don't go near this torture, Urvi Parikh warns.
Simmba Review: Total Dhamaal!Rediff.com28 Dec 2018
Simmba is a dhamaka from the start till the end.
'People are enjoying watching films'Rediff.com28 Dec 2018
Content is king, says 2018. And Bollywood agrees.
The Katrina Interview You Must Read!Rediff.com24 Dec 2018
'I have had ups and downs and whenever I was low I always remember my mom's words.'
'Acting should be a turn-on every second'Rediff.com18 Dec 2018
'Don't do it if you only want to wear good clothes and drive a flashy car. Get into banking, then.'
'I'm the Amrish Puri of 2.0'Rediff.com28 Nov 2018
'Mr Shankar is equivalent to James Cameron given steroids!' 'Trust me, in this Rs 510 crore, Hollywood cannot make what we have produced here.'
'Everything about Shah Rukh is so grand'Rediff.com12 Nov 2018
'I don't see myself as a star, but I do see Shah Rukh very much as a star.'
'You'll forget Jack Sparrow after watching Firangi'Rediff.com6 Nov 2018
'Amitji called me after he watched the film and spoke for half an hour.' 'He said, "According to me, this is your best performance till date".' '"I feel like seeing the film two-three times just to watch your important scenes".' 'I was really thrilled.'
Review: Namaste England is melodramaticRediff.com18 Oct 2018
Urvi Parikh does not recommend Namaste England at all.
Review: Pataakha is a fun watchRediff.com28 Sep 2018
Fun, colourful, comical are adjectives you will rarely use for a Vishal Bhardwaj film, but that's exactly what Pataakha is, notes Urvi Parikh.
'I love working with Aishwarya'Rediff.com17 Sep 2018
'Aishwarya and I decided to be actors and we decided to come into this profession.' 'It is not Aaradhya's choice. She is our child. Let her grow up and decide.'
'I am just happy to be making movies again'Rediff.com14 Sep 2018
'I decided to go on a sabbatical because I wanted to change a few things.' 'I felt I was becoming very complacent towards the approach to my work. I wanted to change that.' 'Whether you want to call it a comeback or not is your choice.'
'Abhishek and I are Ramji, Taapsee is our Hanuman'Rediff.com12 Sep 2018
'The emotion of love is the same, but we have made it a math calculation, messed up and complicated.'
'This is Anurag Kashyap 2.0'Rediff.com10 Sep 2018
'There are 15 songs in Manmarziyaan.' 'For the first time in the history of Anurag Kashyap, there are two dancing numbers.' 'Luckily, people are not taking this as a serious Anurag Kashyap cliched film.'
'We would have stopped making wacky movies'Rediff.com10 Sep 2018
'We wanted people to love Stree and that has happened.' 'It is a unique, one-of-a-kind movie.'
When a star says... 'It is nice to go for work everyday'Rediff.com4 Sep 2018
'When I was going through a bad phase, my fans would ask why I wasn't working.' 'I didn't have anything to say since no one was offering me work.'
'Money and fame will come and go, but love will never leave us'Rediff.com31 Aug 2018
'Nowadays, every week there is a comparison.' 'This week someone is on top, next week someone else.' 'For me, the love that I got made my legs strong, not my head.'
What Chikoo thinks of Yamla, Pagla, DeewanaRediff.com30 Aug 2018
'Dharam sir is so chilled; he is like a buddy.' 'I am scared of Sunny sir.' 'With Bobby sir, I can talk anything.'
'We really don't know the recipe of a hit film'Rediff.com29 Aug 2018
'There are films that are meaningless, but still do well.'
'If I get the girl, how will the movie work?'Rediff.com27 Aug 2018
'Only when I lose the girl, the story moves ahead.'
'I am an Indian girl with Indian values'Rediff.com22 Aug 2018
'I am Punjabi at heart.' 'Even my nature is larger-than-life, which is a very Punjabi trait.'
Review: Sacred Games: Perfect weekend binge-watchingRediff.com6 Jul 2018
Sacred Games transports you back in time when Mumbai was struggling to return to normal after the horrific communal riots of December 1992 and January 1993, says Urvi Parikh.
'Many attempts were made to damage Parmanu'Rediff.com22 Jun 2018
'There were so many attempts made to stop the film, damage our reputation...' 'Irrespective of all that, we got it released.' 'In trade language, they said Parmanu is a 100 crore movie, but it did 65 crore.' 'That's when you realise the damage.'
'It was a terrifying phase of my life'Rediff.com19 Jun 2018
'Not being in front of the camera, that was scary.' 'At that time, Raju sir came in as a maseeha.'
Trailer Review: Just how novel will Sacred Games be?Rediff.com7 Jun 2018
We've seen it all before in Bollywood's numerous Mafia movies but Netflix's Sacred Games might just surprise us with a different treatment, feels Urvi Parikh.
'I have always been a sucker for love'Rediff.com1 Jun 2018
'I have always been for love.'
'A movie where nothing horrible happens to women'Rediff.com31 May 2018
'This is the first Bollywood film which is about 4 women not falling in love with the same guy.'
'There's a superhero within all of us'Rediff.com30 May 2018
'If you can live your life with honesty and bravery, then that makes you a superhero.'
The Aamir Khan InterviewRediff.com28 May 2018
Aamir Khan speaks about his unusual trek in Indian cinema, why he didn't agree to play Sunil Dutt in Sanju, and more...
'Rishi Kapoor doesn't have a style'Rediff.com2 May 2018
'Actors would go to acting schools. Today, they go to the gym first.' 'What has the body got to do with acting?' 'What's the use of flexing muscles if you can't manage the muscles of your face?'
The man behind Tiger's new lookRediff.com28 Mar 2018
'Producer Sajid Nadiadwala and Director Ahmed Khan wanted Tiger to look different.' 'We did a lot of research for his hair and finally narrowed down to his current look.'
Veerey Ki Wedding Review: Predictably blahRediff.com2 Mar 2018
Veerey Ki Wedding is a messy affair that can be well be avoided, feels Urvi Parikh.
'I'd rather be an actor than a Nawab any day'Rediff.com11 Jan 2018
'I don't take being a Nawab very seriously.'
Julie 2 Review: A sickening mix of melodrama and bad actingRediff.com24 Nov 2017
Julie 2 does not rise above being a B-grade flick, says Urvi Parikh.