2020 is the year no one asked for. If there has been a ray of sunshine, it is the variety of quality content it has offered, including Aarya and Thappad.
Breathe: Into the Shadows is an edge-of-the-seat thriller, with twists and turns every ten minutes, says Abhishek Bachchan
Abhishek Bachchan and Nithya Menen will make their digital debut with second season of Amazon Prime Video India Original show Breathe on 10 July.
Jaideep Ahlawat on his journey from Gangs of Wasseypur to Paatal Lok, finding recognition and future projects
After a decade-long struggle since his debut film Khatta Meetha, Jaideep Ahlawat has finally got a part that serves his potential in Paatal Lok.
Paatal Lok's Jaideep Ahlawat, Neeraj Kabi lead a breed of streaming stars who finally got their due on digital platforms
Jaideep Ahlawat and Neeraj Kabi join a long list of actors, including Shefali Shah, Sobhita Dhulipala, Gulshan Devaiah, and Rasika Dugal, who have aided their careers with their digital presence.
Four More Shots Please! Season 2 review: Amazon Original makes its women messier, and their stories more layered
Season 2 of Four More Shots Please! expects the audience to throw judgement out of the window for them to enjoy a ride that is fun, sensitive, and unapologetic.
Why Sumukhi Suresh can't help but leave a bit (or a lot) of herself in her fiction show and stand-up special
Comic Sumukhi Suresh discusses presenting a rare female 'stalker' in her Amazon Prime Original Pushpavalli, and why she refrains from big-girl jokes now.
Ranveer Singh in Gully Boy to Shefali Shah in Delhi Crime, best performances by Indian actors in 2019
From Ranveer Singh's portrayal of a slum-dweller-cum-aspiring rapper to Sobhita Dhulipala's turn as a wedding planner, Indian actors delivered solid performances this year.
Inside Edge 2 showrunner, director, cast on raising the stakes in second instalment of their Amazon Prime Original
Inside Edge 2 is a step-up on the first instalment, by mixing politics into the blend of franchise cricket and entertainment.
Vivek Oberoi on reprising role in Inside Edge 2: He's come back like a wounded lion to reclaim his territory
Vivek Oberoi discusses his character of a calculative mastermind Vikrant Dhawan in Inside Edge 2, and why he did not hesitate to play a dark character again.
Angad Bedi on reprising his character in Inside Edge Season 2: I've played it the way my dad led his life as a cricketer
Angad Bedi discusses the arc of his character in Inside Edge Season 2, and how he is getting his due in Bollywood after being dropped from films initially.
The Family Man extends to larger socio-political issues that indirectly impact the average Joe.
Manoj Bajpayee on spy thriller The Family Man: Didn't know the Amazon Prime show will be such a rage
Manoj Bajpayee talks about his digital debut in Amazon Prime Video India Original The Family Man, and playing Raj and DK's inventive brand of spy.
Sayani Gupta on being an actor sans vanity, and the importance of finding the rhythm for every character
In an interview with Firstpost, Sayani Gupta talks about how she, given her origin from a musically-inclined family, finds a "rhythm" for every character, even though her entry point is the character's spine.
Nithya Menen on Mission Mangal, working in the Hindi film industry: It's more professional in Bollywood
"I was very happy to work here. I found the environment much more professional, and people easy going. There is less hierarchy," says Nithya Menen.
"I am happy that everybody is getting comfortable with the idea of co-starring with other people who are probably at the same level," says Kirti Kulhari.
Arjun Mathur on starring in Bejoy Nambiar's anthology Flip, and playing a gay character in Made In Heaven
"A digital release reaches such a wide audience in so many countries as opposed to getting some morning shows in some far out place and lasting one week in a theatre," says Arjun Mathur.
In an exclusive interview, Shivani Raghuvanshi talks about how much of Jazz from Made in Heaven resides within her and how much of it was strictly on paper.
Sobhita Dhulipala talks about the acclaim for her performance in the Amazon Original, the female gaze of the show, and what it took to play Tara Khanna.
Made In Heaven writers Zoya, Reema, Nitya, Alankrita on their debut series that 'unmasks' big, fat Indian weddings
Made in Heaven creators Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti, showrunner Nitya Mehra and writer-director Alankrita Shrivastava talk about their Amazon Prime Video India Original.