Citing the "unprecedented situation" due to the outbreak of coronavirus, COAI noted that the governments are taking various measures to reduce social interactions, in order to contain the spread of the pandemic.
Manbhanjan review: Abhijit Chowdhury's miniseries does full justice to Rabindranath Tagore's short story
Far from a frivolous and convenient attempt, Hoichoi's Manbhanjan has been made to ride the shoulder of a giant in Rabindranath Tagore.
Astey Ladies could have been a remarkable show full of dark humour and guilty pleasures. Alas, there is nothing much to write home about in the second half.
Directed by five leading filmmakers from India and Bangladesh – each with their distinctive flourish, Paanch Phoron offers a satisfying and palatable fare by the end of it all, leaving you asking for a second helping.
Taranath Tantrik review: Q's Innovative horror series comes short of becoming a classic, thanks to his indulgences
With Taranath Tantrik, Q has created what is essentially a truly Indian horror show — one that is neither pedestrian nor totally highbrow.
In its first year, Hoichoi has emerged as arguably the biggest regional player of India in the OTT space. It has proved that Bengali content rises above the limitation imposed by the language.
The entertainment sector has woken up to the huge potential of the regional OTT (over-the-top, or the delivery of video content via the Internet) market and along with established networks like Amazon, Netflix, ALTBalaji and Sun, platforms catering to exclusive regional content are spreading their wings.