It follows the story of a woman unable to cry after her husband's sudden death.
The production duo are a force to reckon with when it comes to entertainment television.
There's little innovation in the industry, both in cinema and online productions.
The director seems to have written the film in a weekend.
The young artist explains why he wants a body of work, not just sixes.
After a pandemic-hit year, producers are finishing films at breakneck speed and ramping up development of future slates.
The emotion and the sense of conviction the characters in this Netflix movie go though is hardly palpable.
An interview show with veteran actors and filmmakers is merely the first step for film producer Amjad Rasheed in this journey.
“Being in character used to really affect my personal life — so now when I leave work, I leave work. I’ve learned to let go."
But in a market dominated by romance and comedies, can a murder-mystery thriller actually work?
Producer Jamil Baig talks the talk and walks the walk by taking a chance on a debut director and 17 new actors and technicians.
Anyone believing that this Zee5 ban comes from a place of genuine interest to preserve cultural integrity is a naïve chump.
Fizza Ali Meerza, Nabeel Qureshi's last two films evoked a divided response between critics and audiences. How will this one fare?
Everyone collectively killed cinema with substandard product, venal financial practices and internal rifts
'Either she’s a pari, a soft-spoken, beautiful example of modesty — or she’s an outspoken, opinionated woman … a churail.'
The Pyar ke Sadqay actor opens up about her career and future plans
The actor gets real about his hard times, body-shaming and what his film Rangreza flopping taught him
All we're saying is leave a little mystery for the audience instead of giving all the sacch away in the start!
The actor has seen lows in his career but is all about the 'right intention'.
What if Kuch Kuch Hota Hai had its mushy Bollywood sentiments (and budget) taken away?