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He further added, "I think we are in great hands and you know I mentioned earlier, this set is pretty much an all-women set, we have a filmmaker and director who is a woman, we have the writers who are women, we have the producers who are women."
Some gems sparkled like deeyas in the dark. Here are the ones that saved the month.
Women are messy, they are nice. Sometimes they have clarity sometimes they don’t. The sexual interest is real, and the buildup of chemistry more so.
Prateik Babbar on Four More Shots Please! S3: 'Feel I'm now a part of the girl gang, almost the fifth girl'
For season 3, Joyeeta Patpatia sits on the director’s chair after Anu Menon and Nupur Asthana, and in an exclusive interview with Firstpost, in the esteemed company of Rajeev Siddhartha and Prateik Babbar, two essential characters of the show, spills the beans on a lot of stuff.
Prime Video launches the rap song ‘Full Dope’ from popular upcoming original Four More Shots Please season 3
The music video, created in collaboration with rapper Raftaar, features the sassy & fierce Four More Shots Please! girls, Kirti Kulhari, Sayani Gupta, Maanvi Gagroo & Bani J. Rapping, cool beats & powerful lyrics by Parth Parekh and Mikey McCleary power up the songs written by Kaptaab Saab & Dilin.
Four More Shots Please! Season 3 Trailer: Kirti Kulhari, Sayani Gupta, Maanvi Gagroo, and Bani J are back with a bang
Talking about the show, Sayani Gupta shared, "The first two seasons were incredibly popular and got so much love and appreciation from the fans. "
Actors Jim Sarbh, Rohan Mehra, Shilpa Shukla and Sushant Singh join the cast for the third season, which also includes Prateik Babbar, Lisa Ray, Neil Bhooplam, Rajeev Siddharth, Amrita Puri, Simone Singh and Samir Kochhar.
Vipul Amrutlal Shah and Shefali Shah's Human wins five awards at The Indian Telly Streaming Awards 2022
Well studded with powerhouse women performers like Shefali Shah and Kirti Kulhari, Vipul Amrutlal Shah's directorial Human truly engaged the audience with its amazing storyline which portrays the underbelly of human drug testing and the world of medical scams.
Over the last decade, Kirti Kulhari has worked in several films which turned out to be commercially successful. Kulhari has also established herself as one of the leading names in the OTT world. She portrayed the role of Anjana Menon in Amazon Prime's Four More Shots Please.
Shefali Shah, Kirti Kulhari on their medical thriller show Human: It's when doctors, considered God, start playing God
"We have worked very hard and waited for long to get the right characters," say Human actors Shefali Shah and Kirti Kulhari.
The concept of the series revolves around drug trials on humans.
Created by Vipul Amrutlal Shah and Mozez Singh, Human unveils different sides of the medical world
In its tone and tenor Shaadisthan appears to view sermonising as true feminism and views women in binary terms as 'hum jaisi auratein' and 'aap jaisi auratein' at loggerheads with each other: us and them, the progressives and the conservatives rather than human beings on a spectrum.
Kirti Kulhari on being busy in a pandemic year, upcoming film Shaadisthan, and journey of an unapologetic character
Kirti Kulhari opens up on her film Shaadisthan's feminist narrative: "My character Sasha is leading a very individual, personal fight. A fight to exist, exist the way you want to."
Kirti Kulhari wrote on Instagram, "To all those who really care, I am in a good place."
Parineeti Chopra on The Girl On The Train: It will be a landmark film; I wasn't just acting, I had gone into a trance
"I may do 300 films in my life, I don’t know, but this will be the landmark film in my head, because it changed me, it made me who I am at this moment."
The Girl on The Train: As Parineeti Chopra's film drops on Netflix, a guide to the original Hollywood flick and Paula Hawkin's novel
The Girl on the Train, directed by Ribhu Dasgupta, also stars Aditi Rao Hydari, Kriti Kulhari and Avinash Tiwary.
The Girl on the Train will debut on 26 February on Netflix.
Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors review — Kirti Kulhari, Pankaj Tripathi's show tries too hard to come off as realistic
Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors flirts with the notorious brand of 'realistic' that traverses the line of exploitative and vulgar.