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Dostana 2 debutante Lakshya introduced as fourth talent of Karan Johar’s Dharma Cornerstone Agency
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Dostana 2 debutante Lakshya introduced as fourth talent of Karan Johar’s Dharma Cornerstone Agency

Laskshya is the newest addition to Dharma Corner Agency's talent roster, after Tripti Dimri, Guilty's Gurfateh Pirzada and Uri: The Surgical Strike actor Dhairya Karwa.

Guilty actor Gurfateh Singh Pirzada introduced as new member of Karan Johar’s Dharma Cornerstone Agency
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Guilty actor Gurfateh Singh Pirzada introduced as new member of Karan Johar’s Dharma Cornerstone Agency

Karan Johar said he was excited to bring more magic to the screens by associating with Gurfateh Singh Pirzada

Netflix India is dialling up the diversity with its new 2020 slate, says Monika Shergill, VP-Content
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Netflix India is dialling up the diversity with its new 2020 slate, says Monika Shergill, VP-Content

Monika Shergill talks about how the lockdown has benefited streaming, and how they maintain inclusivity and quality control at Netflix India.

Netflix's She and Guilty, Taapsee Pannu's Thappad turn the spotlight on what women want to watch
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Netflix's She and Guilty, Taapsee Pannu's Thappad turn the spotlight on what women want to watch

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.

Kanika Dhillon on writing flawed characters, setting Netflix's Guilty amid #MeToo movement, and learning from grief
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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.

Kiara Advani, Akanksha Ranjan Kapoor, Ruchi Narain on making Guilty, Dharmatic's debut venture on Netflix
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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
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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.

Somen Mishra on revitalising Dharma with new voices, stories: 'I told all struggling artists I had a foot in the door'
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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.

Sundance co-founder Sterling Van Wagenen receives 'at least 6 years in prison' in sexual abuse case
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Sundance co-founder Sterling Van Wagenen receives 'at least 6 years in prison' in sexual abuse case

The judge who delivered the sentence of six years to life said that he hopes the parole board will keep 72-year-old Sundance co-founder in prison longer than the minimum

Kiara Advani to feature in upcoming Netflix Original film Guilty, backed by Karan Johar’s Dharmatic
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Kiara Advani to feature in upcoming Netflix Original film Guilty, backed by Karan Johar’s Dharmatic

Kiara Advani made her digital debut last year with the widely acclaimed Netflix anthology movie, Lust Stories

Sundance Film Festival co-founder Sterling Van Wagenen pleads guilty to sexual abuse of a minor
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Sundance Film Festival co-founder Sterling Van Wagenen pleads guilty to sexual abuse of a minor

Sundance co-founder Sterling Van Wagenen, 71, entered the plea as part of an agreement that includes a sentence of six years to life. He plans to plead guilty to a second charge involving the same survivor later this week

Ram Rahim rape case verdict announced: Dera chief convicted, sentence to be pronounced on 28 Aug
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Ram Rahim rape case verdict announced: Dera chief convicted, sentence to be pronounced on 28 Aug

A special CBI court in Panchkula on Friday convicted Dera Sacha Sauda's head Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in a rape case.

Bank of Baroda fraud: RBI's Rajan says guilty will have to pay the price
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Bank of Baroda fraud: RBI's Rajan says guilty will have to pay the price

RBI governor says the multicrore fraud will be pursued both by the monetary authority and investigative agencies

Kenya media condemn 'draconian' parliamentary press law
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Kenya media condemn 'draconian' parliamentary press law

Kenyan media reacted with dismay on Thursday after lawmakers approved a bill that could see journalists slapped with huge fines or jailed if found guilty of "defaming" parliament.

Bail or jail? The key legal issues that will likely determine the fate of Salman Khan
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Bail or jail? The key legal issues that will likely determine the fate of Salman Khan

Here are the factors that will determine Salman Khan's fate as he seeks an extension of interim bail in the Bombay High Court in the 2002 hit-and-run case.

'Roads garib ke baap ki nahi hain': Tone deaf Bollywood supports Salman  in hit-and-run case
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'Roads garib ke baap ki nahi hain': Tone deaf Bollywood supports Salman in hit-and-run case

Celebrities who have tweeted out their opinions on twitter have stood in support of Salman

UnBHAIased ruling? #SalmanVerdict rules Twitter after judge finds Khan guilty of culpable homicide
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UnBHAIased ruling? #SalmanVerdict rules Twitter after judge finds Khan guilty of culpable homicide

Twitter is still talking about Salman Khan's verdict. While there were a variety of mixed reactions, most of Twitterati is pleased with a fair verdict

All accused guilty: 4 takeaways from Delhi gangrape verdict
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All accused guilty: 4 takeaways from Delhi gangrape verdict

The death penalty looks inevitable, police investigation was stellar, the rapists now stand exposed to the country, notwithstanding defence lawyers' pleas that there was media and political pressure on the courts.