'Great way to introduce Netflix generation to Satyajit Ray's written work': Shweta Basu Prasad on Ray
Shweta Basu Prasad, Ali Fazal and Anindita Bose star in Forget Me Not, a segment in Netflix India's anthology Ray, which premieres on 25 June.
Netflix's facility will be equipped with 40 offline editing rooms designed “as a flexible, collaborative and inspiring environment” for showrunners, directors, editors and sound designers.
Srishti Behl Arya played a major role in bolstering the platform's library with more than 35 original films, including Guilty, AK vs AK, Bulbbul, and Serious Men
Jagame Thandhiram also stars Aishwarya Lekshmi, Kalaiyarasan, Joju George and it also marks the debut of actor James Cosmo, the Jeor Mormont of Game of Thrones.
Described as a coming-of-age cross-border romance, Sardar Ka Grandson also stars Rakulpreet Singh and Soni Razdan.
Pagglait is not without hitches, but it is all heart with substance to match.
Karan Johar announces new anthology Ajeeb Daastaans with Netflix India; film to start streaming on 16 April
Karan Johar shared the teaser of Ajeeb Daastaans, directed by Neeraj Ghaywan, Shashank Khaitan, Raj Mehta, and Kayoze Irani, which features "four individual stories that are stranger than reality itself."
Netflix India unveils 2021 slate: Delhi Crime Season 2, Kapil Sharma's special, Tamil anthology Navarasa to release this year
Netflix India's 2021 line-up also includes Chaitanya Tamhane's Marathi drama The Disciple, Kartik Aaryan's Dhamaka, and RaveenaTandon's digital debut Aranyak.
Jagame Thanthiram, starring Dhanush and Aishwarya Lekshmi, is set to directly release on Netflix.
The Family Man Season 2, Pitta Kathalu, To All The Boys 3: What's streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video in February
The February streaming calendar includes The Family Man on Amazon Prime Video, The Girl on the Train and Pitta Kathalu on Netflix.
Vir Das started 2020 as the only Indian comedian with three Netflix comedy specials to boot, and ended the year as the only Indian comedian who now has four Netflix comedy specials attached to his name.
AK vs AK writer Avinash Sampath decodes film's hybrid genre, and how the screenplay evolved over six years
AK vs AK was always intended as primarily a thriller. I don't think we were on a high horse about showing a mirror to anyone," says Avinash Sampath.
Even if Netflix brings in the spatial audio feature, it is most likely going to work only for Apple device
AK vs AK, The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives, Sushant Singh Rajput: Curious case of fact-fiction and the unreliable narrator
Vikramaditya Motwane's Netflix mockumentary AK vs AK rounds off a year characterised by its hybrid genre. From shows like Masaba Masaba and The Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives to mainstream media coverage of Sushant Singh Rajput's death case, the lines between fact and fiction were constantly blurred.
It took a pandemic to truly understand that obstacles create the path, writes Sharan Sharma, director of Gunjan Saxena
"We couldn’t put a super below the film, saying: low quality product due to COVID. A film lives on forever, so we would not settle for a compromised process."
During this fest, anyone in India can watch movies, TV shows and more on Netflix for free.
Mismatched review: Netflix India show makes teenage adolescence look like a statement, not a stage of life
Mismatched effectively commits the ultimate screenwriting sin: it tells an awful lot, but never really shows. Every moment and feeling is spoon-fed to the point of exhaustion.
A Suitable Boy review: Mira Nair's marriage of the personal and the political is a patchy road to mild fulfilment
Vikram Seth's 1993 book was both evocative and transportive. But Mira Nair's BBC adaptation gets only half the job done.
The 48 hours free promo which Netflix is calling "StreamFest" will begin on 4 December.