Film production company Almighty Motion Picture has acquired the rights of Mahjabeen as Meena Kumari, a book based on the Pakeezah actor.
Sushmita Sen on why she waited long for a show like Aarya: Wanted something exciting, interesting, and progressive
Sushmita Sen discusses shooting for Aarya, regrets in her career so far, and whether she wanted to be a part of any film she saw over the years.
Abhishek Banerjee on playing Hathoda Tyagi in Paatal Lok, and why he loves collaborating with Clean Slate Filmz
Abhishek Banerjee has cast for previous Clean Slate Filmz productions NH10 and Phillauri, and co-written the script of Pari, before acting in Paatal Lok.
Netflix greenlights untitled dark comedy show, to be helmed by Airlift, Chef director Raja Krishna Menon in his digital debut
Raja Krishna Menon said they were all set to begin work on the series from 1 May but everything got pushed due to the pandemic.
At the outset, Kannamoochi had the potential to be an interesting thriller. The premise revolving around child abduction — especially given it’s a girl child — itself gives the story its tension. But the web series flounders it.
Tamil web series Topless takes a story about women, honour and makes it about the absurdities of men
The one thing that makes Topless, a Zee5 web series, work is that it’s through and through absurdist: There is no meaning, morality, purpose, or even order in its universe. But it stops just short of truly exploring ideas that intersect with honour, and also makes some seriously problematic assumptions.
Hunters Red Band trailer sees Al Pacino, Logan Lerman on a grizzly Nazi killing spree in Amazon Prime Video Original
Amazon Prime Video has released a new Red Band trailer for its Jordan Peele-produced series Hunters, rife with profanities and gory Nazi slaying
Vijay Varma's untitled show with Anand Gandhi is currently in pre-production
Hunters trailer sees Al Pacino, Logan Lerman play Nazi hunters in Jordan Peele's Amazon Prime Video Original show
Hunters 'follows a diverse band of Nazi Hunters in 1977 New York City who discover that hundreds of escaped Nazis are living in America.'
Queen review: Slow and brooding, Ramya Krishnan stars in a craftily made, J Jayalalithaa-inspired hagiography
If you can look past the biased hero-ing of a controversial figure, Queen is exceptional craft. Over eleven episodes, about 50 minutes each, Queen holds the attention of the viewer, in spite of its slow and lingering style.
Karoline Kamakshi review: Meena — and Tamil audiences — deserve better than this hotchpotch of ineptitude
Karoline Kamakshi, Zee5’s new web series, botches one of the world’s oldest, and perhaps most endearing buddy cop tropes.
Cheesecake review: TVF's new web series on MX Player doesn't go beyond a pleasant slice-of-life watch
A simple crux as its base, Cheesecake, much like the dessert, is sweet and light. But the makers miss the mark by a mile with this one.
Tamannaah Bhatia to make digital debut with Hotstar crime thriller The November Story, a father-daughter story
The November Story, featuring Tamannaah Bhatia, is directed by debutante Ram Subramanian
2008 Mumbai Attacks: Author of book on 26/11 discusses significance of his book being adapted into a ZEE5 series
Sandeep Unnithan, the author of Black Tornado: The Three Sieges of Mumbai 26/11, reveals interesting trivia about the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
Hunters: Jordan Peele releases trailer of Amazon Prime Video series featuring Al Pacino as a Nazi hunter
Hunters will release some time in 2020
Arshad Warsi reveals he'll feature in upcoming Amazon Prime Video Original: 'It's bizarre to another level'
Arshad Warsi made his debut on the digital medium with psychological thriller Asura for Voot.
iReel Awards 2019 winners' list: Delhi Crime wins top honours; Radhika Apte named Breakthrough Artist of the Year
Netflix's Delhi Crime nabbed the most number of awards, including the Best Drama and Best Actress honours at iReel Awards 2019
iReel Awards to honour best in Indian web series; Sacred Games 2, Kaafir, Kota Factory, Delhi Crime nominated
iReel Awards is a News18 initiative to honour the best in the world of web shows
"If you are good and believe in yourself, I think nothing is impossible. Don't give into people who use this as a bait," says Vidya Balan.
Vidya Balan on Mission Mangal: The myth that scientists are geeks was busted in my head with this film
Vidya Balan talks about reuniting with Akshay Kumar for Mission Mangal, returning to woman-led films in the future, and playing Indira Gandhi in a web show.