From Fabulous Lives to Searching For Sheela: Creative head Aneesha Baig on Dharmatic's diverse non-fiction slate
"Dharmatic was opened to do things that aren't done at Dharma — not in a competitive kind of way, but a bolstering, cross-pollinating, dynamic kind of way," says Aneesha Baig, Creative Head, Non-Fiction.
Madhuri Dixit on turning singer with her first independent single Candle, and how it's a different beast from dancing
While Madhuri Dixit has sung previously in Devdas, Aaja Nachle, and Gulaab Gang, 'Candle' was a different ballgame since she set out to be primarily a singer here.
The female viewpoint on a woman’s story plays out differently when women helm a project. But it shouldn’t be the domain of a woman writer/ director alone.
Angrezi Medium premieres on Disney+ Hotstar during Coronavirus lockdown; will other delayed films also go digital?
Coronavirus outbreak forced films like Angrezi Medium out of theatres immediately upon release, which prompted the makers to strike a deal with Disney+ Hotstar.
Kanika Dhillon on writing flawed characters, setting Netflix's Guilty amid #MeToo movement, and learning from grief
Kanika Dhillon's newly done-up apartment in Mumbai feels as fresh and meticulous as the multiple worlds the writer has transported us to over the years — from Anurag Kashyap's 2018 directorial Manmarziyan and Abhishek Kapoor's romantic drama Kedarnath, to Prakash Kovelamudi's Judgementall Hai Kya (2019) and her most recent work in Ruchi Narain's Netflix film Guilty.
Gurfateh Pirzada on playing a rape accused in Netflix’s Guilty: ‘The only way I could do it was by believing that I didn’t commit the crime’
Gurfateh Pirzada will soon make his Bollywood debut in the Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt-starrer, Brahmastra.
Guilty movie review: Netflix and Dharmatic present a flawed but important take on the #MeToo movement
As you sink deeper into the narrative of Guilty, you realise writers Ruchi Narain and Kanika Dhillon almost want to manipulate you into believing you know the outcome of the story, only to squash it as you reach the dramatic climax.
Kiara Advani, Akanksha Ranjan Kapoor, Ruchi Narain on making Guilty, Dharmatic's debut venture on Netflix
Guilty, a Netflix film produced by Karan Johar's new digital outlet, stars Kiara Advani and Akanksha Ranjan Kapoor, and is directed by Ruchi Narain.
Guilty trailer: Kiara Advani's Netflix Original addresses victim blaming, class conflicts, and ambiguous nature of truth
In Netflix's Guilty, Kiara Advani plays an upwardly mobile, wild musician whose boyfriend has been accused of rape by a small-town girl.
Guilty: Dharmatic shares first poster of Netflix Original, starring Kiara Advani, ahead of trailer release on 18 February
Guilty, directed by Ruchi Narain, also stars Akansha Ranjan Kapoor and Taher Shabbir.
Somen Mishra on revitalising Dharma with new voices, stories: 'I told all struggling artists I had a foot in the door'
Somen Mishra is the Head of Creative Development (Script) at Karan Johar's Dharma Productions and the Head of Fiction at Dharmatic, the digital arm.
Netflix India unveils 2020 slate, projects by Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee, Vikramaditya Motwane, Karan Johar
Netflix India has collaborated with Anurag Kashyap for Choked, Dibakar Banerjee for Freedom, Vikramaditya Motwane for AK vs AK, and Karan Johar for an anthology.
Ma Anand Sheela says she prefers Alia Bhatt over Priyanka Chopra to play her character in upcoming biopic
Ma Anand Sheela reveals she wants Alia Bhatt not Priyanka Chopra to play her on the celluloid.
Drive movie review: Sushant and Jacqueline's prettiness and an under-par heist come wrapped in awful SFX
At first it does seem like Drive might prove to be an entertainer but the narrative, like the special effects, steadily declines as the film progresses.
The special feature on Ma Anand Sheela is being directed by award-winning documentary makers, Shirley Abraham, and Amit Madheshiya
Karan Johar on signing multi-year deal with Netflix: Want to take my obsession with mainstream storytelling to digital platform
Viewership habits have actually evolved and changed over the last decade even in India said Karan Johar and Netflix is just the tip of the iceberg.
Karan Johar signs multi-year, exclusive deal between Netflix India and Dharma Productions' digital arm Dharmatic
Karan Johar, who first collaborated with Netflix on the 2018 anthology film Lust Stories, is also directing Ghost Stories and producing Guilty for Netflix.
Kiara Advani made her digital debut last year with the widely acclaimed Netflix anthology movie, Lust Stories