There are many popular child artists in India who we love to watch on screen. In recent times, child artists in Bollywood such as Harshaali Malhotra, Sara Arjun, etc are highly paid and have been part of super hit films.
With the much awaited Dhadak up for release this weekend, all eyes are on the lead pair – Jhanvi Kapoor and Ishaan Khatter. With both of them belonging to well-known star families, there is a lot of expectation riding on these young actors.
Even before 10–-15 years before, biopics were not as frequently made as in recent years. It was always perceived that Indian cinema only shows over the top stories without character depth unlike other country’s film industry.
The recent biopic on yesteryear actress Savithri is being applauded by critics and fans alike. As the box-office collections increase exponentially, the larger-than-life actress who was loved unanimously is getting some much-deserved attention from today's generation.
The Kollywood industry has been undergoing many insurrections and upheavals in the recent years. Actor Vishal, the head of Tamil Film Producers Council and the general secretary of the Nadigar Sangam, has been in the limelight for many reasons.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma tied the knot in 2017 and it was a much-talked about wedding in B-Town. The internet frenzy that this beautiful wedding created as they walked down the aisle would be memorable in the years to come.
There has been a very desirable shift in Hindi films in the last few years with respect to the quality of roles written for women. The heroine who used to appear like a decorative prop on-screen has slowly evolved into a thinking creature with real feelings.
The Tamil film industry and theatre owners have been at loggerheads and the resultant strike has lasted for more than a month now. As a sign of protest, it was decided to enforce a blanket ban on screening or shooting of films.
Salman Khan and court cases have never been new to us or to the media. The bad-boy of Bollywood has had more than his share scandalous cases. He has been courting controversy quite literally throughout his career.
Restless, bored, agitated – that's how fans are feeling without any solace in sight for them. It's already a month and no new Tamil movie has released. Everything in Tamil Film Industry has come to a standstill due to the shut down.
Just two days prior to Christmas, you are sitting at a traffic light while coming back home from some last minute shopping. Suddenly, you see a bus with a huge ad for the latest Disney movie having a purple unicorn drive by.
The movie industry has outgrown the phase of buying billboards and printing ads. The new and best marketing strategy for a movie is viral social media campaigns. And the industry is taking advantage of this wholeheartedly.
Donna Bradshaw, financial planning strategist at IFG financial services said that investment in movies is a huge risk that doesn’t appeal to most investors. But there are some investors like Australian venture capitalist Mark Ferris who do find it appealing.
Two film industries set to conquer, with million viewers', each trying to woo the audience with something different. Both industries have popular actors and directors who surpass trajectories and boundaries.
The millennial filmmakers are revolutionising filmmaking and are here to change the game. They are those who tread a rutted path full of all sorts of struggles. But they still hustle on. That's the beauty of their intent and dedication to their craft.
Indian is a country where watching movies is not just a mere entertainment but a bellwether for entertainment. But when the film fails to meet the expectations of the people, almost every aspect of the film including the directors and the actors is criticized.
Today, a lot of young, passion-driven creators start out in filmmaking. Restricted budget is one of the common obstacles that stop them from going places. Many of them have a very humble backup but their ideas can create a storm when it hits the silver screen.
Long-running or short-series, from daytime to primetime, for young to the mature, about relationships and politics, the soap operas have been a staple of television since the past 5 decades. Glued to the TV sets to watch the drama unfold, it has been the obsession of millions of Indians.