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Dharma Productions, Bosco Martis, Remo D'Souza step up to help struggling background dancers
Coordinator Raj Surani confirmed that help from industry insiders had come through after a video of background dancers seeking assistance went viral.
Nasir review: Moving, poetic portrayal of a day in the life of an ordinary man
Based on Dilip Kumar's short story A Clerk's Story, Nasir is a sharp but beautifully crafted portrait of an ordinary Muslim going through his day even as the shadow of communalism looms.
Mrs Serial Killer review: This terrible thriller is cruel punishment for people already locked down
Written, directed and edited by Shirish Kunder, the film is a prime example of why not everything backed by Netflix is a step forward for cinema.
Betaal first look: Viineet Kumar faces a scary vision as he braces for a ghostly battle
Netflix will stream the web-series, backed by Red Chillies Entertainment and Blumhouse Television, from 24 May.
Paatal Lok trailer: Evil runs amok in this twisted crime series
Produced by Anushka Sharma's Clean Slate Filmz, the show is set to stream on Amazon Prime from 15 May.
A passion for food, acting, and a laugh with friends: Director Habib Faisal remembers 'Mr Duggal'
Faisal made his directorial debut with Rishi Kapoor and Neetu Singh playing Mr and Mrs Duggal in the lovely Do Dooni Chaar (2010).
Your need to laugh is a daily need: Vir Das on comedy during and after the lockdown
Writer-comedian-actor Vir Das speaks about his latest Netflix web-series Hasmukh, working through the lockdown, and his desire to be a better and healthier person.
Extraction review: Chris Hemsworth-Randeep Hooda lead an action-packed explosion that's emotionally numb
While Sam Hargrave's film delivers the explosive action, it fails to put up a solid enough antagonist to match the heroics of its lead.
Ajay Devgn spreads calm in the lockdown with new 'Thahar Ja' song
The song, composed and sung by Mehul Vyas, has lyrics by Anil Verma.
National awards may be deferred again this year, this time on account of the COVID-19 lockdown
Former jury member Rahul Rawail told a daily that the jury for the awards this year has not yet been constituted.
Shutdown Stories: Don't stick to a mundane schedule, advises Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub
While keeping his focus on books and poetry, the Article 15 (2019) actor makes sure he adheres strictly to his formula of no fixed schedule during the lockdown.
Hundred trailer: Rinku Rajguru and Lara Dutta Bhupathi hatch an ingenious plot that is worth a few laughs
The series, directed by Ruchi Narain, Ashutosh Shah and Taher Shabbir, will stream on Disney+ Hotstar from 25 April onwards.
Everything will change, warns Anushka Sharma with teaser for her upcoming Amazon Prime web-series
The web-series, which is untitled as yet, will be produced by Sharma's home production, Clean Slate Films, for the OTT platform.
Hasmukh review: Deadly premise is strangled by the attempt to be too clever
The Netflix series by Vir Das has an intriguing plot and a novel premise but loses its way between trying to be dark and trying to be funny.
Salman Khan sings 'Pyaar Karona' for fans in new song on Coronavirus
The actor posted the song to encourage people to stay home and continue the ongoing fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
First look of Manoj Bajpayee, Jacqueline Fernandez adds to the mystery of Mrs Serial Killer
Directed by Shirish Kunder, the Netflix movie will premiere on 1 May.
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I am in love with the business of storytelling: Naveen Polishetty on the transition from social media to the big screen
The Chhichhore (2019) actor revealed his journey from a corporate job to sketches with AIB and, finally, the big break with Nitesh Tiwari's ensemble drama.
Shutdown Stories: Movies, cooking, and being in the present are key, says Tahir Raj Bhasin
While the 83 actor is locked down like everyone else, he is picking up where he left off with his movies, and also picking up a new skill: cooking.
Chintu review: A quiet needed conversation with the self is a good lockdown lesson
Released much before the lockdown came into force, Anubhav Anand's quiet contemplation of life acquires new meaning in the current vulnerable state of isolation.
15 years of Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi, the definitive political film for any aspiring revolutionary
The work of a director who came of age in the tumultuous 1970s, Sudhir Mishra's Hazaaron Khwaishein Aisi is one of the finest analyses of the Indian political system.