Minnal Murali was set to release theatrically in 2020 but the film was postponed multiple times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Netflix is yet to announce a release date for the movie.
Farhan Akhtar and Ritesh Sidhwani's banner will produce Dabba Cartel, a story of five housewives who run a high-stakes secret cartel, and Queen of the Hill, set in the backdrop of jazz-rich 1960s Mumbai, for Netflix India.
While Part 1 of Money Heist final season will release on Netflix on 3 September, Disney+ Hotstar Multiplex will release Bhoot Police on 17 September.
The firm, Verve Logic, shared a post on Twitter, which featured an email to the employees from the company’s CEO Abhishek Jain.
The ghost in Boomika is told to have autism but her involuntary movements, exaggerated facial expressions, repetitive tick of the head, and floppy body posture resemble those that have cerebral palsy, also a group of nervous disorders.
Navarasa review: Netflix Tamil anthology is a mixed bag of few watchable, some problematic, mostly banal stories
From irritatingly self-referential and boringly stale shorts, unpleasant surprises to heartening narratives, Mani Ratnam's Tamil anthology is a sum total of its disparate parts.
The complaint was registered on 27 July and is among the first objections to be listed after the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting formulated the Information Technology (Guidelines for Intermediaries and Digital Media Ethics Code) Rules 2021.
If it had been better written and directed, Mimi might have been considered dangerous anti-women propaganda. But it is too insubstantial to be debated.
The Kriti Sanon interview | 'With films like Mimi, I get more comfortable with the idea of growing as an actor'
In an exclusive interview, Kriti Sanon discusses the leap she has taken as an actor in Mimi, collaborating again with Luka Chuppi director Laxman Utekar, and returning to the small-town template after her breakthrough Bareilly Ki Barfi.
Netflix says it will offer video games in its existing subscription plans at no extra cost, but didn’t say when that service will launch or what kind of games it will be developing.
Kanika Dhillon on the various motifs in Haseen Dillruba: Ode to Hindi pulp fiction, Ganges for all moods, and food for thriller
"They have every right to view it with their lens, as I have every right to present it with mine. It’s an opinion — a welcome opinion like many others," Kanika Dhillon responds to the claims that her film Haseen Dillruba endorses violence against women.
Netflix India announces first dating reality show IRL: In Real Love, produced by Raghu Ram's Monozygotic
IRL: In Real Love comes after the popularity of the streamer's shows Indian Matchmaking, Love is Blind and Too Hot to Handle, among others.
Sandip Ray says he's yet to watch Netflix India's anthology based on father Satyajit Ray's short stories
Sandip Ray said he has watched the promo of the film but it was important to see an entire work to form one's own opinion.
The show's ensemble cast includes Radhika Madan, Amol Parashar and Neeraj Madhav, among others.
Ray review: Netflix India's attempted love affair with Satyajit Ray is painfully one-note, sans any nuance
In an attempt to intellectualise Satyajit Ray through a contemporary lens, Netflix India's Ray completely alienates his humanism and effortlessness in portraying people’s vulnerabilities
Tracing Satyajit Ray's influence on Hindi cinema; Netflix anthology on auteur's short stories is only a drop in the ocean
A new Hindi anthology series aims to bring Satyajit Ray's legacy to the Netflix generation. Will this be our version of the 21st century retelling of Sherlock Holmes?
Before Ray debuts on Netflix India, a guide to the four-part series based on Satyajit Ray's short stories
From when and where to watch the show, to the plot, cast and characters, here's a comprehensive guide to Netflix India Original series Ray.
'Went in with reverence, never held back what we wanted to express': Ray directors, cast on adapting Satyajit Ray's works
Directors Srijit Mukherji and Vasan Bala, and actors Kay Kay Menon, Harshvardhan Kapoor, and Akansha Ranjan Kapoor open up about their fears of adapting well-known texts, humanising their characters, and how they married style and substance.
Jagame Thandhiram movie review: Dhanush, Kartik Subbaraj gangster film is confused, self-indulgent, inconsiderate
The film cannot make up its mind between being an empathetic story about xenophobia or a mass gangster film about a borderline psychopath.
Lagaan clocks 20 years: Netflix announces reunion with Aamir Khan, Ashutosh Gowariker, cast and crew
The reunion titled Chale Chalo Lagaan - Once Upon An Impossible Dream will stream on Netflix India’s YouTube channel.