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Indie Filmmaker Aditya Kripalani Loves Making Films About “What Ifs”

Filmmaker Aditya Kripalani says that he loves making films that explore stories around people engaging with their and other genders.

Zareen Khan on Playing a Gay Character: Just Had to be Honest to Emotion of Love

Zareen Khan opens about playing a homosexual character in her newest release, Hum Bhi Akele Tum Bhi Akele.

Teaser Launch of Vijay Deverakonda Starrer Liger Postponed

The teaser launch of Liger starring Telugu star Vijay Deverakonda has been postponed amid the raging second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic across the country.

Huma Qureshi’s Maharani to Premiere on May 28

Huma Qureshi's Maharani is about to release on May 28 on SonyLIV.

Minari Coming to OTT on May 11

Multiple Oscar nominee Minari to release on Amazon Prime Video on May 11.

Horror Film Host Inspired by a Prank: Director Rob Savage

Director Rob Savage talks about his inspiration behind horror film Host.

The Disciple Director Chaitanya Tamhane: I’m Told My Films are Not Commercially Viable

The Disciple director Chaitanya Tamhane talks about his movies and their commercial viability.

Record-Breaking Epic Ramayan is Back on TV

The late Ramanand Sagar's blockbuster mythological show Ramayan is back on television.

Tamannaah Discusses Fulfilling Role in Upcoming Show November Story

Tamannaah Bhatia talks about her role in the upcoming Hotstar whodunit November Story.

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The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals is guilty pleasure worthy but is a bit annoying after a while.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 8 Recap: Reunion

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Netflix’s A Family Review: An Emotional Look at the Yakuza

A Family is a different look at the yakuzas and organised crime which will keep you interested and hooked,