Coronavirus Outbreak: With shows moved up in the calendar, OTT platforms are milking the most of lockdown
The lockdown in place because of the coronavirus outbreak has given a fillip to the OTT industry across the globe.
Coronavirus pandemic: South Indian film industry comes to a standstill with shoots stalled, films postponed
The two-week shutdown because of coronavirus is likely to create a choc-a-block kind of situation in the country so prioritising film releases will be the biggest challenge.
Jeetu Joseph on directing Kaithi, working with Jyothika, and how Thambi is a unique brother-sister story
"Though brother-sister relationship is the core of Thambi, all the other characters also have a distinct identity and purpose," says director Jeetu Joseph.
#MeToo: Contestant of Comedy Central India show alleges executives harassed her at wrap party; company refers case to IC
Stand-up comedian Snigdha Jain tweeted an allegation of harassment against senior executives associated with the Comedy Central show, Project Comedy, on 6 November 2019.
Aamir Khan had announced Laal Singh Chaddha in March and had said that he would be losing 20 kg for the role.
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
Padmaavat: Makers initiate measures to prevent piracy; request Maharashtra cyber cell to take necessary action
The producers of Padmaavat have initiated measures to ensure the film is not recorded and distributed illegally across social and digital platforms.
Padmaavat makers approached the Supreme Court of India after the film was declared banned by four states — Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Haryana.
After months of facing resistance, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat will hit the screens worldwide on 25 January, according to the official statement
Ashi Dua is producing Love and Lust, which was initially referred to as Bombay Talkies 2. This reference has reportedly not gone down well with Viacom 18
Padmavati, starring Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor and Ranveer Singh was slated to release on 1 December this year.
Mithali Raj's life to be made into film; captain of Indian women's cricket team hopes to 'inspire young girls'
The story of Mithali Raj, captain of the Indian women's cricket team, will be told through a biopic, the rights to which have been acquired by Viacom 18.
Toilet: Ek Prem Katha's counsel argued that there can't be copyright of an idea or a concept | Akshay Kumar Bhumi Pednekar
MTV Shuga, Viacom 18's African series based on safe sex, HIV and family planning to be made in India. The show will be titled as MTV Nishedh and will deal with locally relevant issues.
Shamita Shetty will be paired opposite Aparshakti Khurana for the first time.
"I won't come in daily soaps," Karan, who is a co-curator of Viacom18's two new English entertainment channels
Russell Brand is now heading back to the country to make audiences chuckle with his debut performance tour across three cities in June.
'India Is': Ministry of External Affairs releases five short films on YouTube to celebrate India
Taking the entertainment way out for public diplomacy seems to be on the agenda...