The Indian film industry, fondly referred to as Bollywood, attracts many with its glitz and glam. People have the constant urge to read about oneâs favourite and not-so-favourite stars. The impact of this industry is of such magnitude that experts believe that movies and celebs are great influencers in the society.
With news about this industry being available on different platforms and now that stars and production houses have their own PR and social media agencies, it is becoming difficult to keep a tab on whatâs the latest news or gossip. Digital media like blogs help us in this aspect. Let us take a look at the ones that are diligently followed by many.
Staying true to its name, Masala! can be your one-stop place for all the masaledar gossip about Bollywood. From national and regional films to TV actors and socialites, this blog has it all covered. Photos from recent events that are graced by many celebs, movie reviews and scandalous news are some of the topics covered in this blog.
The most famous among all the Bollywood blogs, MissMalini is a lifestyle, fashion and infotainment site. The blogger, Malini, has such a presence that even the biggest of celebrities give her one-to-one interviews and she is also invited to attend Cannes festival. Her team is known for churning out stories that take a stand against controversies and âcall a spade a spadeâ.
With fun stories about celebrities, this blog is more for entertaining info rather than just plain news. They also give honest reviews of movies. Actorâs preparation for the role, retrospective glance of actorâs work, latest gossip in the industry, etc., can be easily accessible here.
The tagline, âand take it seriouslyâ is for all those who are serious and passionate about the Indian film industry. The blogger is very serious about certain things like âthere will be no rulesâ for what he writes in this blog. Talking about all-time classics and retro to latest films, this is all about movies across years.
Beth from Illinois, Chicago, is an ardent fan of Indian movies. The movie that gave her her first Bollywood experience was Mujhse Dosti Karoge and ever since, she just fell in love with Hindi cinema. This represents all the foreigners who love Bollywood, whether it is the music or films. Apart from the latest release, Beth watches any Bollywood movie that she stumbles upon.