OTT Specials For Christmas Carnival

Digital platforms have provided relief and joy in a year engulfed by pandemic and lockdown. The mood continues into the last month of 2020 as much-awaited shows await to be dropped on your devices this month. IANS has listed some of the best Indian and international series and specials that OTT fans can look out

Mrunal Likes To Pick Roles Based On Story

Actress Mrunal Thakur says she likes to pick her roles based on stories and emotions, and not on the star quotient associated with the projects. “Every co-star offers you a unique perspective. From some it’s experience, from some it’s the craft and from some it’s their raw energy,” Mrunal said. “I worked with Abhimanyu (Dassani)

Shekhar Suman Awaits A Miracle

Shekhar Suman says he is just left with hope and prayers for a miracle to happen, in the Sushant Singh Rajput death investigation. “A lot of ppl I meet keep asking me wat’s happening to Sushant’s case and I say, I wish I had the answer. Apart from hoping and praying that a miracle will

Exclusive Snaps Of Aditya Narayan’s Wedding

Singer Aditya Narayan and his long term girlfriend Shweta Agarwal got married on Tuesday amid the pandemic in an exclusive function allowed for close relatives and friends. Last month Aditya Narayan took to social media and wrote, “We are getting married! I am the luckiest man alive to have found Shweta, my soulmate, 11 years

Sara Yearns For Performance Oriented Roles

Sara Ali Khan, is undoubtedly the GenNext star of Bollywood. She made a promising debut in 2018 opposite Sushant Singh Rajput in the Abhishek Kapoor film Kedarnath. Since then, she has chosen her projects carefully, mixing roles in the commercial entertainer Simmba. Opposite Ranveer Singh, with the Imtiaz Ali romantic drama Love Aaj Kal co-starring

Target Number One: Unveils A shocking true story

Target Number One (Canadian film on Zeeplex); Cast: Antoine Olivier Pilon, Josh Hartnett, Jim Gaffigan, Stephen McHattie, Don McKellar, JC MacKenzie, Amanda Crew; Direction: Daniel Roby; Rating: * * and 1/2 (two and a half stars) It starts off on a quiet, lazy note but by the time the film has reached its halfway mark,

‘There are a lot of barriers to be broken’ When it comes to stand-up comedy, there are a lot of barriers to be broken for women, says Singaporean comedian Sharul Channa. “It has changed, but I don’t think it has changed enough,” Channa told IANS when asked about evolving comedy space. “If I may be honest, I think that at least in Singapore

Remo feels compassionate towards struggling artistes

Choreographer Remo D’Souza says he feels compassionate towards struggling artistes because he has been there and faced everything in the initial part of his career. “I feel more compassionate for budding talents and strugglers because I have been there, know exactly how it feels as a talented youngster without the right opportunity or a series

Mithila Have Hopeful Plans For 2021

‘Karwaan’ actress Mithila Palkar, who is also a trained Kathak dancer, says she is thankful that time in the lockdown allowed her to get back to her dancing, after she had to take a break from it due to work and an irregular schedule…Mithila speaks with Siddhi Jain.Palkar, who features in the Netflix series ‘Little