Arjun Mathur, who had earned an International Emmy nomination for his performance in #MadeInHeaven, said he is excited about the show’s season two.
"Our work is to push the envelope, to entertain and engage an audience, to authentically reflect the reality of our time and society," Arjun Mathur said of the new OTT regulations
Arjun Mathur talks International Emmy nomination, lockdown productivity and being selective about the roles he plays
Arjun Mathur became the first Indian actor to earn a nomination in the Best Actor category at the International Emmys, slated to take place on 23 November.
Shweta Tripathi and Rasika Dugal discuss the transitions their characters Beena Tripathi and Golu Gupta underwent in Mirzapur 2.
Masaba Masaba to Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitaare, the rise of Indian content championing female gaze and talent
As women pick, choose, fund and deliver original content across genres in Indian streaming content, women technicians — primarily directors and writers — have also started to make their mark with films and shows that champion women characters and the female gaze.
Made In Heaven, Delhi Crime, Four More Shots Please bag nominations at the International Emmy Awards
Arjun Mathur from Made in Heaven has been nominated in the Best Performance By An Actor category at the International Emmy Awards 2020.
Zoya Akhtar responds to Kangana Ranaut's criticism of Gully Boy: She's gone on every platform saying she doesn't like my work
Zoya Akhtar said when a filmmaker puts out their work it will be subject to approval and appreciation, as well as criticism.
Zoya Akhtar, Reema Kagti discuss their writing process, future of Tiger Baby Films with MAMI Artistic Director Smriti Kiran
Before Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti, filmmakers Kabir Khan, Bejoy Nambiar, Vasan Bala, Shakun Batra, Ruchi Narain, actor Parvathy Thiruvothu, and editor Shweta Venkat Mathew have previously appeared on Dial M for Films series.
Schitt's Creek to Made in Heaven, why wave of LGBTQ+ content has met with complicated reception from queer folk
In speaking to queer people from across generations, it seems there is a complicated reception to this new tsunami of LGBTQ+ content.
Pavail Gulati, the male lead in Anubhav Sinha's Thappad, reveals how he played the part despite disagreeing with his character most of the time, and making a career out of playing small roles.
Vinay Pathak on Chintu Ka Birthday: Perfect film for our times, it's about finding joy in the small things
Vinay Pathak plays Madan Tiwary, a father trying to give his young son Chintu a birthday he will remember amidst bombings and attacks in 2004 Baghdad.
Paatal Lok's Jaideep Ahlawat, Neeraj Kabi lead a breed of streaming stars who finally got their due on digital platforms
Jaideep Ahlawat and Neeraj Kabi join a long list of actors, including Shefali Shah, Sobhita Dhulipala, Gulshan Devaiah, and Rasika Dugal, who have aided their careers with their digital presence.
Paatal Lok, Mirzapur, Sacred Games: Has sexual violence become a common trope for 'edgy' streaming shows?
If a story line involving the brutalisation of a female character is inevitable, the questions that arise are: How is it treated? Is the act gratuitous?
Vikrant Massey's performances across TV, films and digital platforms prove why 'there are no small parts'
Vikrant Massey, over seven years of career in the entertainment industry, has shown a swift rise as a true-blue performer.
From Marriage Story to Made in Heaven, how mediators influenced rocky relationships on screen this year
Marriage mediators, ranging from divorce lawyers (Marriage Story) to wedding planners (Made in Heaven), had a field day on the small screen this year.
Ranveer Singh in Gully Boy to Shefali Shah in Delhi Crime, best performances by Indian actors in 2019
From Ranveer Singh's portrayal of a slum-dweller-cum-aspiring rapper to Sobhita Dhulipala's turn as a wedding planner, Indian actors delivered solid performances this year.
Made in Heaven, Fleabag, Girls: Why this decade's 'messy' heroine trope in television is a welcome change
Fleabag is that show, the one that takes all that’s seen by society as ‘messy’ and pumps it into one central character.
The Family Man, Little Things season 2, Manoj Bajpayee, Shefali Shah win top honours at Critics' Choice Shorts and Series Awards
While both Vikrant Massey and Dhruv Sehgal won the Best Actor in a Comedy/Romance series award, Mithila Palkar won the Best Actress counterpart.
Jim Sarbh on how love for his craft makes him 'selfish', and why actors don't make the best role models
Even as Jim Sarbh has come to be recognised for his on-screen portrayal of negative characters in films such as Neerja and Padmaavat, in the play Tennis in Nablus, he portrayed the role of Rajib, a comedic military subordinate, bringing a certain lightness to an otherwise dark narrative.
Sobhita Dhulipala on pursuing Geetu Mohandas for a role in Moothon, Bard of Blood, and her upcoming projects
In an interview with Firstpost, Sobhita says, "If there's a good story, I'll always seek it with all my sincerity. I'm an actor. A storyteller. I am not too attached to the outcome, never was, and I don't think I'll be either. I'm just happy to be here."