Chhorii, a horror film starring Nushrat Bharucha and directed by Vishal Furia, began shooting on Wednesday. The film is a remake of Furia’s 2017 Marathi horror film Lapachhapi, which revolved around a pregnant woman’s attempt to save her unborn child from spirits in her house in a village. Lapachhapi premiered at and won awards at several international film festivals.
Babloo (Jaideep Ahlawat) tells Lipakshi (Fatima Sana Shaikh) that he loved someone else, this is a marriage of convenience, a business deal and avows that there’ll never be an offspring to present to his father.Bharti (Konkona Sen Sharma bringing the butch) is a “craftsman” among machine-men according to her Brahmin boss who recruits a woman from his caste – Aditi Rao Hydari’s Priya Sharma – for the data operator job that Bharti was eyeing.
The trailer of Ajeeb Daastaans, the Hindi anthology film by Netflix, was released on Friday. The film will release on April 16.
Lyca Productions on Tuesday announced that they will be co-producing actor Akshay Kumar’s upcoming Hindi film Ram Setu alongside Cape of Good Films and Abundantia Entertainment. The film, which is being co-produced by Amazon Prime Video, will be the streaming platform’s first production venture, the OTT platform said on Tuesday in a press release.
Fatima Sana Shaikh, the Hindi actor who was last seen in Suraj Pe Mangal Bhari, will be seen in the Hindi-language adaption of the award-winning 2017 Tamil film Aruvi.
After the Centre permitted theatres to reopen and issued a set of guidelines, state governments – barring Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu – allowed cinema halls to reopen on October 15. Very soon, to the relief of nationwide exhibitors, the Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu governments announced the reopening of theatres from November. This gave exhibitors and theatre owners the hope of finally screening Hindi films. “It’s been 34 days now.