Aarya 2 starring Sushmita Sen will premiere on Disney+Hotstar on 10 December
The Beatles: Get Back director Peter Jackson on turning the boy band's breakup saga into a 'human story'
“Our movie doesn’t show the breaking up of the Beatles,” Peter Jackson said, “but it shows the one singular moment in history that you could possibly say was the beginning of the end.”
The Jeremy Renner interview | 'Hawkeye's biggest superpower has been fighting all the losses, from Natasha to Avengers'
"Thoughtfulness doesn't really sound like a superpower. But it is! And it's required in every superhero, to be successful and compassionate. And every human can have that superpower too," says Jeremy Renner, who reprises the role of Hawkeye in Marvel's new spin-off show.
Kanakam Kaamini Kalaham movie review: Nivin Pauly's instinct for scripts goes missing with this ordinary comedy
The script by Ratheesh Balakrishnan Poduval lacks substance, the film is only intermittently funny, gets repetitive after a point, and the direction lacks energy.
Ram Madhvani on Aarya: 'If the series has come this far, then I have the universe and Miss Universe to thank for it'
As Aarya Season 2 gets announced, Ram Madhvani talks about all the love and recognition he has got for the show, including an International Emmys nomination, working with Kartik Aaryan in Dhamaka, and whether he is concerned about comparison with Sardar Udham for his next series on the Jallianwala Bagh Massacre.
Kay Kay Menon on returning as Himmat Singh in Special Ops 1.5: 'It's about relationships, it's more of a personal journey'
"It'll all evolve. Neeraj Pandey doesn’t plan these things right in the beginning. Ideas gradually come to him, and that's the best way to write. There's no working backwards. Writing should never be a marketing strategy; writing should be an inspirational event," Kay Kay Menon opens on building a Special Ops universe.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who starred in Netflix India's Sacred Games, said OTT medium has degenerated over the years and that "quantity has killed quality" of the shows on the web platforms.
Koffee with Karan takes itself too seriously. And that's exactly why we don't.
“Shiddat is for the 'on-our-sleeves' kind of generation. Our vulnerabilities, our securities, insecurities are always on our sleeves," says Sunny Kaushal, as Radhika Madan insists the "relevance and relatability of the film will hook the audience."
Star Wars lends itself quite easily to a magical mystery tour of anime, a medium which affords a lot of freedom to experiment with form, style, and tone.
What varies in the nine-part anthology is the mix: the degree to which the films feel like Star Wars shorts that happen to have anime character designs, or like anime shorts that happen to borrow Star Wars motifs.
With a little more complexity in screenplay and some wit in dialogue, Vijay Sethupathi and Taapsee Pannu's horror comedy could have been an absolute feast.
Maestro never pretends to be anything but a tamed version of its original. Director Merlapaka Gandhi wanted to make a film that is easily accessible, and as such he mostly succeeds.
“Something connects us that’s stronger than any ideas of character or story or any of that,” says Oscar Isaac on the new HBO show. “There’s something else that’s more about like, a shared existence.”
Vijay Sethupathi currently has 25+ films in his kitty, including Laabam that released in theatres last week, Tughlaq Darbar that released on Netflix India this past weekend, and Annabelle Sethupathi, that will release this Friday (17 September) on Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex.
Ajay Devgn will soon film the episode in Maldives with host and ace adventurer Bear Grylls, which will premiere on Discovery+.
Shiddat, produced by Dinesh Vijan's Maddock Films and Bhushan Kumar's T-Series, will release on Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex on 1 October.
Better balance between the horror and comedy, and some ingenuity in creating more convincing scares would elevate the chronicles of these ghost hunters immensely.
Saif Ali Khan on why 'too much religion' bothers him: They put emphasis on afterlife, not enough on life
“I find too much of religion to be an organisation, and too many problems associated with basically my god, or your god or whose god is better," says Saif Ali Khan, ahead of the release of his horror comedy Bhoot Police.
Black Widow is in many ways a consolation movie — made after much criticism and pressure from the fans, and it feels like just that — a movie for the sake of one which not only adds little to the MCU, it does little for this character.