On 19 October, Netflix India and the 21st Mumbai Film Festival came together to celebrate the evolving role of women in Indian storytelling as part of MAMI’s Women in Film initiative.
Made in Heaven, Chernobyl, Russian Doll, Delhi Crime: Best shows of 2019 so far across streaming services
While there have been international hit shows like Chernobyl and Russian Doll, India has offered great content in the form of Made in Heaven and Delhi Crime.
From Dia Mirza in Kaafir to Tisca Chopra in Hostages to Soni Razdan in Yours Truly, streaming services have opened new avenues for seasoned actresses.
Hostages review: Sudhir Mishra's Hotstar show is a series of improbable, unintentionally comedic events
While the original Israeli show was saved from drowning in the absurdities of its script by stellar acting, the Hindi version of Hostages offers no such respite.
Tisca Chopra will don the director's hat for the first time with her yet-untitled film. She will also appear in Akshay Kumar and Kareena Kapoor Khan-starrer Good News
Rajkummar Rao, Patralekhaa, Gauri Shinde, Tisca Chopra attend Ariel's Sons #ShareTheLoad panel discussion
Rajkummar Rao, Patralekhaa, Gauri Shinde were part of a panel discussion organised by Ariel for Sons #ShareTheLoad The discussion was conducted by Tisca Chopra
Kristina Reed, producer of the Oscar-winning short animation film Feast, said what's amazing about short films is that one can make it with fewer resources
Bioscopewala: All you need to know about Rabindranath Tagore's Kabuliwala, foundation of Danny Denzongpa's film
Kabuliwala, the iconic short story that Danny Denzongpa's Bioscopewala is a reimagination of, was written by Rabindranath Tagore in 1982
Bioscopewala trailer: Danny Denzongpa brings to life Rabindranath Tagore's iconic Kabuliwala character
Kabuliwala, the iconic short story by Rabindranath Tagore, has been adapted into a feature film by director Deb Medhekar
The alleged murder and rape of an 8-year-old Kashmiri girl in Kathua and the alleged rape of an eighteen-year-old by a BJP MLA in Unnao, Uttar Pradesh have sparked much outrage.
Tisca Chopra, through her short films, points out how domestication of women lend their personalities an air of deceptive vulnerability.
In her co-production Chhuri, Tisca Chopra once again plays a domesticated woman trying to get back at her cheating husband, played by Anurag Kashyap.
Someone needs to organise a screening of Pink for Tisca to remind her that ‘no means no’, whether it’s said politely, tentatively, whispered or shouted
In The Hungry, an Indian adaptation of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus, Naseeruddin Shah and Tisca Chopra go head to head as the heads of industrialist families
The Hungry follows Tulsi Joshi (Tisca), a widow and bride-to-be who arrives at her own wedding seeking revenge for the brutal murder of her first-born son.
Key in ‘short films India’ into the YouTube search tab and 19.8 million results appear in less than a second.
This time on First Lady, host Meghna Pant interviews Tisca Chopra, whose short film Chutney co-starring Adil Hussain and Rasika Dugal just released online
Tisca Chopra is already married, and has a daughter. But that didn't stop an admirer from tweeting a proposal
Weekends are getting more couch-potato friendly now thanks to Anil Kapoor's 24