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A chat with Abhishek Bachchan

Recently, actor Abhishek Bachchan spent some quality time with the members of Young Indians for a virtual disc...

Annwesha Hazra on Amader Ei Poth Jodi Na Shesh Hoy

Staying in a hostel from Class V to 12 and studying psychology honours in college opened up her perspective on...
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Our primary job is to entertain people: Arjun Kapoor

Ahead of the release of ‘Sardar Ka Grandson’ on Netflix, The Telegraph chatted with actors Arjun K...

Review: Woman in the Window

The Woman in the Window is a case of what could have been. Based on AJ Finn’s eponymously titled be...

The growth of ShortsTV

ShortsTV has been the world’s first and only 24x7 linear TV channel dedicated to short films. Since 2006...

LDR: Excellent storytelling

Love, Death + Robots (LDR), Netflix’s uniquely animated shorts of 18 episodes that released in March 201...

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Entertainment  /  Published 13.05.21

Kankana on her brand of films

How was your experience on the sets of Anurup? Anurup was a priceless journey. From the pre-production stage itself, I realised that it is a universal story. Initially, I thought every father and dau...
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Entertainment  /  Published 13.05.21

Hooked to the world of Korean drama?

Extracurricular Number of episodes: 10 Streaming on: Netflix Plot: This one’s not for the faint-hearted. The plot follows Oh Ji-soo (Kim Dong-hee), a socially invisible school genius estrange...
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Entertainment  /  Published 13.05.21

‘Nayattu’: A survival story

What happens when the system that you have been an indelible part of, and often bent to suit your own means or at the diktat of your seniors, goes south on you in the blink of an eye? It translates in...
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Entertainment  /  Published 12.05.21

Randeep Hooda on ‘Radhe’ & more

You always throw a curveball at the audience with the parts that you pick. You were part of a big Hollywood film like Extraction last year, now you have a quintessential Bolly masala film in Radhe and...
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Entertainment  /  Published 12.05.21

Tuhina Das on her cinematic journey

What made you say yes to the film Brown, now streaming on ALTBalaji? It was a no-brainer for me. I had worked with Rohan Ghose, the writer-director, on Damayanti as well. I really admire his director...
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Entertainment  /  Published 11.05.21

Next: Reflects pain, crisis and struggle of stars

“Celebrities go all out to entertain audiences... to put a smile on their faces... but we don’t get to see the pain, crisis and struggle that they go through. Next shines a light on that.....
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Entertainment  /  Published 11.05.21

All about Schitt’$ Creek

I should have perhaps written about Schitt’$ Creek six years ago when it first aired. I could have written about it six months ago when the Canadian sitcom — bowing out with its sixth seas...
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Entertainment  /  Published 11.05.21

‘Host’: Using technology to scare

Host is a lean and mean horror film. But the scariest thing about it is how it effectively captures, and also speaks to, the horrific times that we are living in. Relevant and timely (in a good or bad...
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Entertainment  /  Published 10.05.21

Decoding Radhe’s hybrid release

Even though you are opting for a hybrid platform release, what’s the idea behind releasing one of the biggest films of the year when almost all theatres across the country are shut? Plus, this i...
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Entertainment  /  Published 10.05.21

Director Rohan Ghose on ‘Brown’

Director Rohan Ghose was in talks with Balaji for a while now about his Hindi feature film and web-shows. “Recently they approached me to make something that was slightly different for their pla...
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