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.'