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Aahana Kumra feels when a man makes a film about desire, it’s like Jism, but when a woman directs a similar theme, it is like, Lipstick Under My Burkha
Watch — Netflix India unveils teaser of Call My Agent: Bollywood, Indian adaptation of popular French show
Call My Agent: Bollywood will see Aahana Kumra, Ayush Mehra, Rajat Kapoor and Soni Razdan as four agents trying to save their agency from closure after the sudden death of their founder.
While social media users criticised #AahanaKumra for her brownface getup, cricketer Jhulan Goswami commented, “Good job.”
The Indian adaptation of Call My Agent is set to go on floors in October and will star Soni Razdan, Rajat Kapoor, Aahana Kumra, and Ayush Mehra in pivotal roles.
Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury on his ZEE5 anthology Rules Of The Game: 'It is a psychological human relationship drama'
Rules of The Game is part of ZEE5's Forbidden Love series, an anthology that comprises four romantic thrillers exploring the edgy side of love, relationships and marriage.
'Betaal has horror along with emotional depth and action, like Jordan Peele films,' says director Patrick Graham
Betaal stars Viineet Kumar, Aahan Kumra, Suchitra Pillai, and Jeetendra Joshi.
Marzi review: Aahana Kumra, Rajeev Khandelwal's Voot Select show favours forced twists over a nuanced take on consent
Marzi, starring Aahana Kumra and Rajeev Khandelwal in the lead, is a he-said-she-said thriller, based on the 2017 American show Liar.
Yours Truly review: Soni Razdan, Aahana Kumra, Pankaj Tripathi bring energy to an otherwise sombre story
Sanjoy Nag’s English language film Yours Truly is based on Annie Zaidi’s short story ‘The One That Was Announced’.
Watch: The Accidental Prime Minister gets parodied into hilarious spoofs of Game of Thrones and Avengers
Some creative netizens have created a parody out of The Accidental Prime Minister trailer. While one spoof features Game of Thrones, another mashes up Marvel's Avengers.
The Accidental Prime Minister, starring Anupam Kher is directed by Vijay Ratnakar Gutte.
Rangbaaz director Bhav Dhulia on creating a 90’s setting in 2018: "Creating the time, not only with the art direction but also with people, characters, motivation...was very tough. Characteristics of people were very different at that time and to replicate that was a huge challenge for every department.”
Rangbaaz second trailer introduces Ravi Kishan's character Chandrabhan Singh in upcoming crime web series
Rangbaaz has been written by Siddharth Mishra and directed by Bhav Dhulia.
Rangbaaz, It's Not That Simple trailers: Saqib Salim plays hardened UP gangster, Swara Bhasker reprises role
Rangbaaz is a crime web series based on true events, while It's Not That Simple will see the protagonist's journey to scale new heights at her workplace.
Aahana spoke about about Sajid and Anirban shortly after both were accused of sexual harassment by several women
Home dwells upon the story of a family struggling to fight for their home stuck in the corrupt hands of the builders and features Annu Kapoor, Supriya Pilgaonkar, Amol Parashar and Parikshit Sahani
Official CEOgiri season 2 review: Sumeet Vyas shines in an otherwise unrealistic, borderline soap saga
There is no semblance of realistic office politics in the provocative Arre web series Official CEOgiri.
FIlms like Lipstick Under my Burkha, The Lunchbox and Queen could point to a deeper malaise in the publicly held notion of the ‘independent woman’.
Watch as Ratna Pathak Shah, Konkona Sen Sharma, Plabita Borthakur and Aahana Kumra drive around Mumbai, singing songs from Lipstick Under My Burkha.
Lipstick Under My Burkha is unrelenting in its social commentary, unapologetic about the mirror it holds up to Indian patriarchy, and reminds men that women – even those old enough to be their mothers – have sexual desires
Actors Ratna Pathak Shah, Konkona Sen Sharma, Aahana Kumra and Plabita Borthakur chatted with Firstpost about their film, Lipstick Under My Burkha