2020 is the year no one asked for. If there has been a ray of sunshine, it is the variety of quality content it has offered, including Aarya and Thappad.
As coronavirus lockdown hits India's comedy scene, many faced with financial crunch, uncertain future
On social media, comedians are finding ways to make followers laugh during the lockdown, but for them it’s no laughing time.
Pushpavalli season 2 review: Sumukhi Suresh makes the journey of her messy character sumptuously unapologetic
Pushpavalli is not the 'perfect portrayal of an imperfect character.' The show takes as much joy in wallowing in the guilty pleasures of its portagonist.
Why Sumukhi Suresh can't help but leave a bit (or a lot) of herself in her fiction show and stand-up special
Comic Sumukhi Suresh discusses presenting a rare female 'stalker' in her Amazon Prime Original Pushpavalli, and why she refrains from big-girl jokes now.
Afsos review: Gulshan Devaiah makes 'a man indecisive about dying' endearingly funny in a fascinating show
Director Anubhuti Kashyap expands the elevator pitch of Afsos into an immensely engaging and tonally refreshing eight-part series.
NH7 Weekender Pune 2019, featuring more Indian acts than international, trudges on despite allegations against OML
2019 marked a decade of Bacardi NH7 Weekender. Without a doubt, it operated like it had nothing to lose – if there were any specific amends they were making, it could also be seen as a general festival addition.
Shubha Mudgal on OML's #MeToo row, NH7 Weekender concert: 'What is needed is a clean-up, not a closing down'
Shubha Mudgal asks, 'Would a closure of the company or companies like OML, or a complete closedown of events like NH7 Weekender be the solution to the almost all-pervasive problem of women being exploited in workplaces?'
OML's response to sexual harassment allegations undermines women's trauma, insults #MeToo movement at large
The silence from the music and entertainment industry, barring Azadi Records and Disco Puppet recently, on The Caravan magazine article about OML and Vijay Nair has been eerily deafening, writes Tanushree Singh
No transparency on transparency: Binny Bansal's Flipkart exit reflects a new normal in corporate culture
The case against Binny Bansal seems vague and his continuation on Flipkart's board in a transitional role is, if anything, an endorsement that he committed no big lapse.
The insinuation that the company was complicit in some sort of predatory behaviour while Vijay Nair was the CEO is entirely false, said Only Much Louder in its statement
Mallika Dua was under OML at the time of The Great India Laughter Challenge.
In NH7's praise and its scorn lies a mirror to who we are and what we’ve become — are we moving with the times and the industry or are we choosing to be stuck in a time-warp of musical stagnation?
The Amazon Prime Video's next Prime Original reality series is created by Only Much Louder (OML)
The business of music: What it takes to bring international rock bands to India, and why Radiohead may never visit
Examining why pop music sensations like Ed Sheeran are more likely to perform in India, rather than rock acts like Radiohead, Tame Impala and Arctic Monkeys
Vijay Nair sexual harassment case: Rising incidents against men emphasise need for gender-neutral laws in India
Sexual harassment incidents committed against men (with the perpetrator being a woman) such as the Vijay Nair case are increasingly being reported and make one wonder whether we need gender neutral sexual harassment laws in India
For the last three years or so, a certain stagnation has set in with the choice of artists in NH7 Weekender’s line-ups.
Vijay Nair, CEO of OML, tells you exactly what happened and responds to the conspiracy theories that are floating around.
The truth appears to lie in a detail. While it is true that Mumbai Police did grant the necessary permissions, they came through only last evening.
Thanks OML for the inept handling: Twitter reacts to Jerry Seinfeld cancelling show due to parking issues
Comedy legend Jerry Seinfeld was coming to Mumbai to host at show at The National Sports Complex India (NSCI) this weekend. However, today morning, the organisers of the show announced that it has been cancelled, citing parking and logistic issues.
The Jerry Seinfeld Show that was about to take place in Mumbai this weekend has been cancelled by the organisers, Only Much Louder.