The actor talks about cinema chains suffering, and why the government should give a better impetus to the film industry.
With hardly any releases in theatres last year, the OTT space churned out some spectacular content and now, while there’s more to expect, there are also a number of movie releases lined up in theatres. Richa Chadha’s Madam Chief Minister released in theatres this year and she has also been appreciated for her digital projects- Unpaused, and Lahore Confidential.
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Sonu Sood: During the pandemic, I felt helping the migrants was what I was born to do In the space of a year, Sonu Sood
Has gone from being known for his bad guy roles on screen to his good-guy act in real life.
Priyanka Chopra interview with Oprah Winfrey: From things that 'broke her spirit' to finding forever with Nick Jonas — 5 candid revelations by the desi girl
In the candid interview Priyanka Chopra shared her inspiring journey, significant moments and how she dealt with highs and lows in her personal and professional life. Right from facing harassment at the young age to not taking Nick Jonas seriously, here are the revelations made by PeeCee in a tete-a-tete with Oprah Winfrey...
OTT has given me the satisfaction I was craving for
Policymakers should be mindful; bring down ticket costs, so cinema doesn’t become a novelty
John Abraham on Mumbai Saga release: I am a big screen hero, not available for subscription fee
Ahead of Mumbai Saga releasing in theatres on Friday, John Abraham said he is a big screen hero and wants to entertain the common man. The actor also alleged that filmmakers are palming off their substandard films to OTT platforms.
Never knew I wanted to become an actor until I came to Mumbai
Actress Khatija Iqbal made her acting debut with ALTBalaji's Ragini MMS: Returns.
'Everyone was doubting me'
Rashami Desai opens up about her divorce from Nandish Sandhu
Priyanka Gave Parineeti Tips On How To Get Right Look For Saina
Parineeti Chopra has spoken about how her cousin Priyanka Chopra helped her prepare for her upcoming film, a biopic on badminton champion Saina Nehwal.
I WANT TO MAKE SHOWS OR FILMS BASED ON COMMON MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES AND ADDRESS THE STIGMAS ATTACHED TO IT
I want to make shows or films based on common mental health issues and address the stigmas attached to it
'Comedy is a new area for me' says
‘This O-line is competitive, resilient'
Here are some highlights from head coach Sean McDermott’s recent press conferences.
2020's Most Common Passwords Are Laughably Insecure
Chances are that if a password is easy for you to remember, a hacker can easily crack it. And despite years (and years) of tech companies warning consumers to use hard-to-crack passwords, plus two-factor authentication, people are still using laughably insecure codes.
Salman Toor lets himself go.
चापड़, आग और हथौड़े से बाल काटने वाला नाई
दुनिया में ऐसे लोगों की कमी नहीं है जो अपना काम करने के लिए अलग रास्ते बनाते हैं और मशहूर हो जाते हैं. यह बात बाल काटने वालों पर भी लागू होती है.
The Not So Benign World of Photography
Atika Qasim questions her own, and others’, motives for taking photos.
THE MEMORY PROJECT
Saadia Gardezi and her teammates at Project Dastaan use technology to help Partition veterans find closure By Shweta Bhandral
Metro Train Lahore, a Gift from China
SOUTH Asia’s first electric train is up and running in Lahore, Pakistan, bringing hi-tech rail travel to the city of more than 12 million people.
Hafiz Saeed gets fresh 15 years in jail
MUMBAI terror attack mastermind and banned Jamatud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed was on Thursday sentenced to 15 and a half years in jail by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan in one more terror financing case.
‘Historic moment:' First Virgin Atlantic flight lands in Pakistan
PM’s adviser along with UK High Commissioner welcome Virgin Airlines staff and its passengers at Islamabad Airport; ‘resumption of international airlines will boost trade ties between Pak and Britain’
Hafiz Saeed gets 10.5 years in jail in two terror cases
Sentencing Being Seen As ‘High On Optics’ Move To Woo FATF