Tuesday, November 30, 2021


What’s hot on OTT?

From action and mystery thrillers to sci-fi dramas to food tours, the streaming platforms have a lot on offer this week

Malayalam movies gearing up for Telugu remakes

The age-old connect between Malayalam and Telugu film industries is now just getting better with the advent of OTT platforms

Abhishek Banerjee: Was bored of getting only ‘quirky’ roles, OTT changed that

There is a nice word that people use, it's 'quirky'. I was only getting aquirkya¿ roles. I was getting worried that why am I getting only quirky roles. I was bored of it. Thankfully 'Paatal Lok' changed that.

Amazon Fire TV Cube transforms hands-free entertainment at home

For such people, Amazon has brought an all-new Fire TV Cube, the hands-free, Alexa-enabled Fire TV experience, to India.

Horror film ‘Host’ to digitally release on May 7

After its success in the US, Savage's film caught the attention of Blumhouse, the production company behind the likes of "Paranormal Activity", "Happy Death Day", and "The Purge".

Nagarjuna’s ‘Wild Dog’ gets thumping response on OTT

Written and directed by Ashishor Solomon, the movie is meant for the unsung heroes who keep their anonymity under wraps and is a tribute to them.

Ajay Devgn to make OTT debut with ‘Rudra: The Edge Of Darkness’

Produced by Applause Entertainment in association with BBC Studios India, the Hotstar Specials series will soon be going into production.

Boman Irani: A huge screen can’t be erased by something screened on your phone

The OTT platform gives an opportunity not only for writers but also actors and technicians. However, on OTT, there are thousands of choices. It takes 10 to 15 minutes to reject if you cannot engage the audience in their home.

Nushrratt Bharuccha reveals no one trusts her kitchen skills at home

In my house there is a saying that if you tell Nushrratt to even microwave food, she would probably burn that, too! They don't trust me with my kitchen or house skills at all

Aditi Rao Hydari: I am dying to go back to theatres

"I miss it because there's the magic associated with the theatre, there's a whole childhood nostalgia, and it's a very immersive experience. You go there and you become a part of the world there," Aditi said.

Bandra Film Festival ramps up its catalogue

The festival recognizes the urgency of supporting independent storytellers at a time of great upheaval

With Mumbai theatres shut, will Bollywood move to OTT?

While the film industry is in a tizzy over the current shutdown of cinema business in Maharashtra, the fate of Sooryavanshi could have ramifications on film trade trends far beyond just the film.

Karan Singh Grover doesn’t read comments online

Karan Singh Grover, who has often been the subject of severe trolling, says he no longer reads comments on social media.

Indians spend 188 bn minutes on OTT amid free telco bundling

Voot dominated the daily soaps genre compared to its rivals while 'others' together grabbed 31 per cent share.

Aadar Jain gave it his all for ‘Hello Charlie’

Aadar Jain says he has given his all to the upcoming film Hello Charlie, claiming that he has a once-in-a-lifetime role in the comedy....

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