Post Nishabdham, Anjali will be a part of the Netflix anthology directed by Vignesh ShivN, and she also has Pawan Kalyan’s Vakeel Saab coming up.
Black Box and The Lie review: Amazon, Blumhouse kick off Halloween season with two fright-free fiascos
The Lie and Black Box debuted as a double feature on Amazon Prime Video on 6 October.
Flow, a short film by Archit Kumar that was conceptualised and shot entirely during the lockdown, promotes self-love and special attention to mental health during the pandemic.
As content not stars take spotlight, how Indian films, series are retailoring marketing strategies for a post-COVID world
In a post-Coronavirus world, film marketers have had to come up with creative strategies to promote big Bollywood films, like Shakuntala Devi, Dil Bechara and Gunjan Saxena, ahead of their digital releases.
Netflix's The Umbrella Academy 2 tries to be more engaging than the first season, but misses the mark
The second season of Umbrella Academy dropped on Netflix on 31 July and is a better watch than its predecessor. But is that enough?
'Ensuring Dark's continuity was a challenge': Cinematographer Nikolaus Summerer discusses jumping through time
In this exclusive Q&A with Firstpost, Dark cinematographer Nikolaus Summerer talks about crafting a unique visual style for each time period.
I May Destroy You, produced by HBO and BBC, is about the act of figuring out survival from trauma, and an effort to nudge our language out of its limitations.
Indian Matchmaking treads into dangerous territory when it allows Sima Taparia free rein to reinforce regressive methods of Indian matchmaking as undeniable fact.
Abhishek Bachchan is the whole and soul of Amazon Prime series, Breathe: Into The Shadows, which is perhaps why we have 12 long episodes, 50 minutes each.
Kappela is alluring and visually pretty, but progressive it absolutely is not.
Netflix's Athlete A is a compelling true-crime documentary and also an ode to investigative journalism
Originally intended to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, Athlete A, one of the several films to become a casualty of a global pandemic, sacrificed a potential festival run for a direct Netflix release.
Gaumont's UK unit is working with writer Anthony Horowitz on the six-episode series of The Phantom of the Opera.
Anushka Sharma's filmography as an actor is laudable, but it’s her stint as a producer that sets her apart
Anushka Sharma’s career path has been so different from the other leading ladies of our times.
Abhishek Banerjee will be seen in Kaali alongside Paoli Dam, Chandan Roy Sanyal and Vidya Malvade.
Paatal Lok, Amazon Prime’s latest stab at Indian prestige TV, is an investigative thriller that flips the police procedural on its head, invested not as much into solving a crime but into dissecting the minds assembled to carry it out.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Metro Park's quarantine edition, starring Ranvir Shorey, to premiere on Eros Now on 23 May
Eros Now's original series Metro Park also stars Purbi Joshi, Pitobash Tripathy and Vega Tamotia.
In Netflix documentary Have a Good Trip, celebs share their wild experiences, do's and don'ts of taking LSD
Have a Good Trip interviews an impressive lineup of actors, musicians, comedians and so on — Sting, Carrie Fisher, the late Anthony Bourdain, Natasha Lyonne, Ben Stiller, Sarah Silverman, Will Forte, ASAP Rocky, and so on — talking about their memorable LSD trips
Netflix series Hollywood is a revisionist retelling of the classic showbiz story that could have been so much more
Set in the golden age of Hollywood soon after World War II, Hollywood has been co-created by Netflix regular Ryan Murphy (American Crime Story, The Politician) and Ian Brennan
Paatal Lok review: Anushka Sharma-produced Amazon Prime series is a slow burn with the ambition of a pacy thriller
Let me tell you at the onset that Anushka Sharma's Amazon Prime Video series Pataal Lok — created by Sudip Sharma (writer of Udta Punjab, NH10, Sonchiriya) — isn't a show for those who like to multi-task while watching TV.
Everything Is Fine movie review: Seema Pahwa beautifully details the tribulations of every mom-next-door
Seema Pahwa lives the whole life of an everywoman in less than 20 minutes. She is both swift and effective in putting both the message and the emotion across.