Profile of Samarth Goyal
Filmmaker Milan Luthria Remembers working with Bappi Lahiri, who died in Mumbai on Wednesday (February 16) for 'Bumbai Nagariya' from 'Taxi No 9211' and 'Ooh La La' from 'The Dirty Picture'
Filmmaker Nikkhil Advani feels that OTT platforms have given young filmmakers an opportunity to tell stories the way they want to, without really compromising on the commercial angles.
Actor Rajesh Tailang says he got the idea of his upcoming short film, while he was waiting at an airport.
The six-track EP creates awareness and proceeds for the ‘Justice For Every Child’ campaign that was launched by Nobel-prize winner Kailash Satyarthi's Children’s Foundation (KSCF).
Shakun Batra’s directorial delves deep into complexities in human relationships, while failing to acknowledge neither the circumstances, nor the privileges of the stories characters, making it highly unrelatable.
From the highly-anticipated drama by Shakun Batra to the dark comedy from South Korea, here’s our list of the top 5 titles that released on OTT, this week.
Actor Parambrata Chatterjee, who made his debut in Hindi-language projects in 2011 with 'Kahaani', is excited about his future projects on OTT platforms.
Dibyendu Bhattacharya talks about his rising popularity over the last few years, thanks to slew of roles on OTT platforms in several popular titles such as ‘Undekhi’ and ‘Mirzapur.'
Lata Mangeshkar breathed her last at the age of 92 on February 6, 2022. She passes away due to multiple organ failures caused due to Covid-19.
Ishwak Singh talks about the importance of preparing, especially if it’s a real-life character.
Actor Pratik Gandhi talks about his role in the recently released web series ' The Great Indian Murder', which is based on the book 'The Six Suspects' by Vikas Swarup.
Journeying through 7 important characters in his upcoming films and web series has Govind Namdev feeling ecstatic and highly excited.
From the the Hindi adaption of Hollywood classic ‘Run Lola Run’, to the whodunnit mystery thriller based on a book, here’s our list of the top 5 titles that released on OTT, this week.
‘Rocket Boys’, chronicles the journey of, arguably, two of India's greatest ever icons, while also humanising them at the same time, making it a wonderful biopic drama that never stops inspiring.
A young breed of filmmakers have managed to turn the page in the Indian horror titles by focusing on presenting supernatural stories, myths legends and lore from within the country, while using universal tropes, to make an entertaining and scary horror film or web series.
Actress Kirti Kulhari talks about her reasons why she wants to create more empathy for her onscreen characters rather than focussing on relating to them on a personal level.
‘Homecoming’, is Soumyajit Majumder’s personal love letter to the City of Joy, Kolkata, and the musical drama will revolve around a group of friends from Kolkata who reunite after 7 years.
Actress Shweta Tripathi Sharma who was most recently seen in Netflix’s ‘Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhen’ explains why she wants to understand the emotional journey of her onscreen characters to be able to make them seem more relatable to the audience.
Stand-up comedian Amit Tandon talks about his TV debut with the show 'Goodnight India'.
Actor John Cazale, played the role of the doomed and weak-minded Freddo Corleone, in the Francis Ford Coppola’s film ‘The Godfather’ , worked in movies for only five years, yet was revered by his peers including Robert DeNiro, Al Pacino and Meryl Streep!
The 'Byomkesh Bakshi' actor Rajit Kapur said that playing the role of India’s first Prime Minister was the biggest reason why he agreed to be part of the upcoming web series, ‘Rocket Boys’.
In an attempt to probably empathise with their villainy, writers, more often than not, have looked at consequences of identity politics, and use that as the backdrop to explain the reasons behind the character’s villainous intentions
In his first stand-up special, on Netflix, which was nearly an hour long, and he was probably catering to an entirely new audience, this special did what it was supposed to do, that is make every one laugh. In his typical way, Sharma manages to direct humour towards mostly at himself. Or, from Nita Ambani to Ranveer Singh, he directs his jokes at those who are more famous and more powerful positions than him. The stand-up special showed a very different side of Sharma, yet doesn’t steer away completely from his image of a family comedian.
From the Kapil Sharma’s first-ever stand-up comedy special, to the fourth season of ‘The Sinner’, here’s our list of the top 5 titles that released on OTT, this week.
According to sources, Samir Karnik’s next will feature Sanjay Dutt, Suniel Shetty, Esha Gupta, Zayed Khan, Saurabh Shukla and Jaaveed Jaaferi in lead.