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The Minister of Information and Broadcasting said the govt is coming up with production incentives in sectors like TV serials, co-production, animation, gaming to accelerate restart of film-making.
Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' was seen as the first major test of whether a blockbuster can attract audiences in a Covid-19 world.
The Imran Khan government has all but surrendered to Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan by telling producer Sarmad Khoosat to delay release of ‘Zindagi Tamasha’.
Netflix India projects itself as a cutting edge platform. But all it has produced recently is Bard of Blood, Chopsticks and the lacklustre Ghost Stories.
Deepika Padukone standing in solidarity with JNU students has made Indians question Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir over their silence. But look closely at their films.
Disney is willing to lose money in order to generate market power that the company can later use, often against consumers.
Parvathy Thirovothu called out Arjun Reddy’s misogyny on Film Companion, as Alia Bhatt fidgeted with her nails and Deepika Padukone made sure lipstick didn't stain her teeth.
ThePrint speaks to filmmakers, victims' families and psychologists to understand why films on real-life traumas are made and their possible impact.
The VCR had to die with the advent of CD and DVD players but it would always remain a small step in technology, but a giant leap for Indians.
Some of Girish Karnad’s remarkable award-winning movies both as a director and actor are Vamsha Vriksha, Samskara, Nishant, Iqbal and Manthan.
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