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Project Power, Yaara, Avrodh, World's Toughest Race: Eco Challenge Fiji — Trailers this week
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Project Power, Yaara, Avrodh, World's Toughest Race: Eco Challenge Fiji — Trailers this week

From Yaara to Avrodh: The Seige Within, here are the trailers for the OTT platform releases of the month

From The Umbrella Academy season 2 to The Old Guard: Forever, trailers released this week on Netflix
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From The Umbrella Academy season 2 to The Old Guard: Forever, trailers released this week on Netflix

Netflix dropped a new trailer for The Old Guard, starring Charlize Theron, days before it drops on the streaming platform on 10 July

Films in the time of COVID-19: Scarce crews, PPE kits — what will the industry look like post-lockdown?
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Films in the time of COVID-19: Scarce crews, PPE kits — what will the industry look like post-lockdown?

From the doubling of budgets to account for masks and sanitisers, to more projects being released directly on streaming platforms, the very face of Bollywood is likely to change in a post-lockdown world

From Big Night to Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana — food films to inspire your lockdown cooking
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From Big Night to Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana — food films to inspire your lockdown cooking

The harmonised response to the coronavirus lockdown seems to be to get good at cooking. In that spirit, here is a pairing: simple, hearty dishes that can be made with easily available ingredients — inspired by food-centric films that serve as great backdrops for them (or binge-watch accompaniments alongside a meal).

Rishi Kapoor passes away: How the gifted actor outshone his contemporaries to cement a five-decade long career
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Rishi Kapoor passes away: How the gifted actor outshone his contemporaries to cement a five-decade long career

Although Rishi Kapoor is often rightfully credited with greatness for the work that spanned across nearly five decades, he is not seen as one of the greatest survivors who beat all odds.

As Studio Ghibli comes to Netflix, a purely subjective, totally non-scientific ranking of every film made by animation giant
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As Studio Ghibli comes to Netflix, a purely subjective, totally non-scientific ranking of every film made by animation giant

Ranking every Studio Ghibli movie ever made — now that the beloved studio's even-more-beloved movies are finally available on Netflix, starting this month — is an endeavour somewhat akin to parent being asked to pick their favourite child. But we went ahead and did it anyway.

Gwyneth Paltrow describes Shallow Hal as 'disaster': Five times when stars admitted to their films' questionable stance
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Gwyneth Paltrow describes Shallow Hal as 'disaster': Five times when stars admitted to their films' questionable stance

Gwyneth Paltrow or Saif Ali Khan are not the only celebs who have candidly questioned the messaging of their films or characters.

Karnataka Rajyotsava 2019: BS Yediyurappa to award state's second-highest civilian honour to 64 people today
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Karnataka Rajyotsava 2019: BS Yediyurappa to award state's second-highest civilian honour to 64 people today

Rajyotsava Awards is the second-highest civilian honor of Karnataka and is conferred annually by the state government

From White Right to Four Lions: Understanding radicalisation through cinema that explores motives behind violent movements
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From White Right to Four Lions: Understanding radicalisation through cinema that explores motives behind violent movements

This selection of films shows the problem of extremism in its complexity — moving away from Hollywood “villain and hero” tales, to examine how real people can become radicalised, as well as containing hopeful ideas for tackling the problem.

What The Lion King teaches us about children’s grief, and their emotional responses to the death of a parent
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What The Lion King teaches us about children’s grief, and their emotional responses to the death of a parent

For more than 20 years, since a 1994 version of the film, and now with a new remake, The Lion King has taught children lessons about the circle of life, the importance of following your dreams and the possibility of learning from mistakes.

Shah Rukh Khan explains why he's not working yet: Felt I should take time out, watch films, spend time with family
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Shah Rukh Khan explains why he's not working yet: Felt I should take time out, watch films, spend time with family

Shah Rukh Khan explains he decided to not take up any new project if he fesls his heart is not in it.

Firstpost Editor's Picks: Bandipora rape case, Rahul Gandhi's approach, Wandering Earth review; today's must-read stories
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Firstpost Editor's Picks: Bandipora rape case, Rahul Gandhi's approach, Wandering Earth review; today's must-read stories

Firstpost Editor's Picks: Bandipora rape case, Rahul Gandhi Buddhist approach, Wandering Earth review; today's must-read stories

Lights, Camera, Votebank!
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Lights, Camera, Votebank!

Mainstream cinema finds a new formula in the run-up to Lok Sabha polls 2019, as films about politics and politicians keep the box-office busy

EAM Sushma Swaraj meets Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, holds talks under new framework to enhance cultural ties
India

EAM Sushma Swaraj meets Chinese counterpart Wang Yi, holds talks under new framework to enhance cultural ties

In yet another step towards improving ties, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on Friday held extensive talks under a newly established framework to enhance cultural and people-to-people exchanges between the two nations.

Commitment to feminism must reflect in our actions, not be confined to lip service: A filmmaker speaks
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Commitment to feminism must reflect in our actions, not be confined to lip service: A filmmaker speaks

'What irks me is being let down by my own kind, and the allies that claim to fight the same fight. You are pulling the rug from under some of our feet, and I am speaking for a whole lot of us,' writes Vaishnavi Sundar.

Movie-madness, cheap data could make India IMDb's biggest user base, overtaking US
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Movie-madness, cheap data could make India IMDb's biggest user base, overtaking US

"We’re growing in the US, but even at number 2, India is growing at a faster rate," says IMDb CEO.

GIFF 2018 is a valuable addition to the film festival circuit, but needs more local participation
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GIFF 2018 is a valuable addition to the film festival circuit, but needs more local participation

There have been a number of smaller film festivals mushrooming in India — in places like Jaipur and Dharamshala — and one of the most recent is the Guwahati International Film Festival, which had its second edition between 25 and 31 October 2018.

It's a Wrap: Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi stars Sonakshi Sinha, Jimmy Sheirgill in conversation with Parul Sharma
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It's a Wrap: Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi stars Sonakshi Sinha, Jimmy Sheirgill in conversation with Parul Sharma

Catch Happy Phirr Bhag Jayegi stars Sonakshi Sinha and Jimmy Sheirgill in a candid conversation with Firspost's Parul Sharma on this episode of It's a Wrap

The House With A Clock In Its Walls movie review: Cate Blanchett, Jack Black's magic is lost on this film
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The House With A Clock In Its Walls movie review: Cate Blanchett, Jack Black's magic is lost on this film

Despite its relatively compact run-time of an hour and 45 minutes, The House With A Clock In Its Walls will have you watching the clock