Radhika Apte, who starred in Netflix’s series Sacred Games, Ghoul and films Lust Stories and Raat Akeli Hai said it is "terrifying" that OTT platforms are facing government scrutiny.
Radhika Apte turns 35: A look at her performances in films like Raat Akeli Hai, shows like Sacred Games
Radhika Apte will next be seen in World War 2 espionage thriller A Call to Spy.
'Betaal has horror along with emotional depth and action, like Jordan Peele films,' says director Patrick Graham
Betaal stars Viineet Kumar, Aahan Kumra, Suchitra Pillai, and Jeetendra Joshi.
Vikramaditya Motwane to direct untitled young adult dark comedy series backed by Legendary Global, Library Pictures
Vikramaditya Motwane 's other upcoming project includes Netflix's AK vs AK, featuring Anil Kapoor and Anurag Kashyap.
Netflix's Leila exposes Indians to genre of dystopian fiction; is India ready to tell its cautionary tales?
Netflix's dystopian drama Leila is the most recent example of content that one could not have hoped to see either on television or in theatres.
Sacred Games, Mirzapur, Homecoming, Wild Wild Country: 2018 has been a landmark year for streaming services
It’s fair to say that 2018 was a landmark year for OTT and streaming services in India, with over a 100 Million people logging in to various video-streaming platforms.
Bollywood brought its A-game to the horror genre this year.
Radhika Apte is one of a clutch of contemporary actresses that hold content above screen size or narrative length.
Rahul Bose confirms he'll start shooting for Netflix Original Baahubali: Before the Beginning in December
Baahubali: Before the Beginning is directed by Deva Katta and co-directed by Praveen Sataru.
Analysts pointed to “solid trends” in India, due to Netflix shows like Sacred Games and Ghoul.
Radhika Apte was recently seen in Netflix's Lust Stories, Sacred Games and Ghoul.
Radhika Apte featured in a number of films and web series in 2018, including Pad Man, Lust Stories, Sacred Games and Ghoul
Ghoul is a three-part horror mini-series starring Radhika Apte, Mahesh Balraj, and Manav Kaul.
Ghoul: Netflix series, starring Radhika Apte, satisfies a growing demand for native horror stories in India
Beyond the tantric, the lemon and the voodoo doll, very few Indian films have ventured into our homegrown legends. Ghoul hopefully paves the way.
Zindabaad, starring Vikram Bhatt in the lead role, has been shot lavishly over four locales, from Oman to Kuwait to Islamabad and New Delhi.
Ghoul holds mirror to society, doesn't point finger specifically at one government, says director Patrick Graham
Netflix original Ghoul creates a world ruled by a fascist government where there is clampdown of civil liberties
Radhika Apte on if there's 'too much of her on Netflix': A great compliment as platform stresses on quality
Radhika Apte has featured in Lust Stories, Sacred Games and now Ghoul for Netflix.
Radhika Apte will play a repressed villager, a virtuous social activist and an evil corporate executive in Netflix's Omnipresent.
Ghoul review: Netflix's horror series featuring Radhika Apte is atmospheric, partly disturbing but fully gripping
There are several levels of horror at play in Ghoul, and this layered approach to an oft-misunderstood genre comes from a director who seems keenly aware.
Ghoul director Patrick Graham, actor Manav Kaul discuss upcoming Netflix show, reviving the horror genre
The collaboration between Patrick Graham, the writer-director of Netflix’s latest Indian original, Ghoul, and the male lead, Manav Kaul, is unique