"Some shows, the whole audience decides to mute themselves, and you feel like you are performing in a void. Except that the void has people laughing hysterically but silently, sending virtual claps. It's dystopian."
Anu Menon's film is in the final stages of screenplay, with principal photography expected to begin in April-May 2021.
Vidya Balan may have rejected many-a-biopics but she has always chosen to play women who share her feisty spirit, like Shakuntala Devi and Silk Smitha.
Why Indian entertainment in the age of OTT continues to peddle regressive content as feminist dialogue
It is important to credit recreational entertainment for taking steps in the right direction. However, it is equally important to be critical of spaces that are propagating the same regressive narrative they claim to discredit.
Shakuntala Devi's writers seem awkward about homosexuality and conflicted in their approach to a woman who was not made for domesticity.
Shakuntala Devi new song Pass Nahi Toh Fail Nahi sees Vidya Balan evoke love for maths in her students
The 'Pass Nahi Toh Fail Nahi' video begins with a lively interaction between Vidya Balan and a classroom full of kids
With Bollywood heading straight to home, box office may no longer remain the primary criterion of success
The suspension of theatrical releases during the lockdown has come as a blessing in disguise since the films are no longer merely judged by box office pull.
Amazon Prime Video announces Vidya Balan's Shakuntala Devi biopic will premiere directly on streaming platform
A day after announcing Gulabo Sitabo will release directly on Amazon Prime Video India, the streaming platform has now bagged the rights of Shakuntala Devi.
Shakuntala Devi biopic starring Vidya Balan to release on 8 May, 2020; will clash with Parineeti Chopra's The Girl on the Train
Vidya Balan took to Instagram to share the release date of Shakuntala Devi via a short video clip
Directed by Anu Menon, Shakuntala Devi biopic will see Vidya Balan, Jisshu Sengupta, and Sanya Malhotra in pivotal roles.
Shakuntala Devi: Vidya Balan celebrates Indian math wizard with new motion poster on World Mathematics Day
Shakuntala Devi is directed by Anu Menon and produced by Sony Pictures Network Productions.
Shakuntala Devi: Sanya Malhotra's first look as mathematician's daughter Anupama Banerji in upcoming biopic released
Anu Menon is the director of Shakuntala Devi, starring Vidya Balan and Sanya Malhotra in pivotal roles.
Shakuntala Devi, directed by Anu Menon, is scheduled to hit cinemas in 2020.
Sanya Malhotra is expected to join the cast in London by end of this month.
Shakuntala Devi first look: Vidya Balan transforms into renowned math genius with short bob, red saree
The makers of the Shakuntala Devi biopic have shared the first look of actor Vidya Balan who will play the maths genius in the film.
"If you are good and believe in yourself, I think nothing is impossible. Don't give into people who use this as a bait," says Vidya Balan.
Vidya Balan to play 'human computer' Shakuntala Devi in Anu Menon's directorial; film to release in 2020
The dramatic adaptation Shakuntala Devi's life, starring Vidya Balan in the lead, will go on floors later this year
Four More Shots Please! trailer: Amazon Prime Video's comedy-drama focuses on complexities of urban life
Four More Shots Please! narrates the story of four imperfect, young urban Indian women, played by Sayani Gupta, Kirti Kulhari, Bani J and Maanvi Gagroo.
Lisa Ray to reportedly play a closeted lesbian in her web series debut, Amazon's Four More Shots Please!
As per reports, Lisa Ray will be play a superstar, who is a closeted lesbian in Amazon Prime Video web series Four More Shots Please!
Amazon Prime Video announced their upcoming original series titled Four More Shots Please!, revolving around the lives of four young urban Indian women.