Shreya Dhanwanthary Interview: I was Taken Aback by the Response to Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story

Prior to Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story, the actor was seen in the film Why Cheat India, opposite Emraan Hashmi in 2019, and two Telugu films, which she worked on after finishing as a runner up in Miss India South in 2008.Actor Shreya Dhanwanthary has been a happy person, ever since her latest web series Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story, directed by Hansal Mehta, premiered on streaming platform SonyLiv to rave reviews from both critics as well as audiences.

Pratik Gandhi Interview: I Work on My Instincts

The series, directed by Hansal Mehta based on the book The Scam: Who Won, Who Lost, Who Got Away by Sucheta Dalal and Debashish Basu, has shone a light on Gandhi’s performance and ensured that he is flooded with offers.Post the success of the show Scam 1992: The Harshad Mehta Story on SonyLiv, Gandhi who played the role of the protagonist Harshad Mehta, has had to spend a minimum of four hours each day on interviews.

The Big Bull Review: A Painfully Ordinary Film on Harshad Mehta

It’s not necessarily a bad choice, writers and journalists need their editors all the time but in a film like The Big Bull, a Shah needed a more hands-on Meera as the antagonist, making the choice disingenuous.That speaks volumes about Harshad Mehta on whom this film is based on but The Big Bull, written by Gulati and Arjun Dhawan, is also too ameer (rich) to be authentic.

Centre Abolishes Film Certification Appellate Tribunal, ‘Sad Day for Cinema’ Say Filmmakers

The Film Certification Appellate Tribunal (FCAT), a statutory body constituted to hear appeals of filmmakers aggrieved by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), was abolished by the Ministry of Law and Justice on Tuesday with immediate effect, the Film Information reported. Several filmmakers including Hansal Mehta, singer, scriptwriter and director Vishal Bhardwaj, lashed out at the Centre for the sudden decision and raised their voices on social media.

Seven Popular True Crime Shows that You Can Stream Now

Starring Joey King and Patricia Arquette, this true crime drama series is based on the story about Gypsy Blanchard, who conspired and murdered her mother, along with her boyfriend.As shows based on real crime have seen a surge in popularity in recent times, Silverscreen India curates a list of seven shows that focus not just on murders, but are also packed with shocking revelations, that will keep viewers on the edge of their seat.

Chhalaang Review: This Hansal Mehta Comedy is a Pile of Bland Cliches

The film has a great sub-cast who bring aboard a lot of genuineness and warmth, but they play characters rooted in cliches﹣a quiet and wise father with a good sense of humour, a nagging mother who wants to see his laadla married and settled in life, and a bunch of friends, like Saurabh Shukla’s retired teacher and Jatin Sarna’s sweetshop-wala, who carry the small-town sass and mirth.

What’s New This Week: 10 Films and Shows Releasing on Streaming Platforms This Week

The past week saw an alarming rise in Covid-19 cases in India, with many states calling for drastic measures. While the Karnataka government implemented 50% seating occupancy in cinema halls as part of its revised guidelines, the Maharashtra government on Sunday declared a total weekend lockdown in the state till April 30. Following this announcement, the share prices of INOX Leisure and PVR dipped 8% each.

Seven Unmissable Documentary Films of 2020

There have been many incidents when the final verdict by the judiciary of a country and formation of popular opinion has been manipulated based on the media attention given to the subject.  Trial By Media, streaming on Netflix, gives a reality check to the ways in which stories get reported, broadcasted and coloured in the process by the media.  This six-part series, directed by filmmakers Skye Borgman, Garrett Bradley, Yance Ford, Brain McGinn, Sierra Pettengill, and Tony Yacenda depicts cases in the US, where media involvement has led to change in the final verdict of a case.

9 Films to Watch on World Thrift Day to Help You Spend Wisely

The film focuses on issues such as the importance of saving money, credit card debt, and over-consumption.   This film is for those who want to pick up on a few important savings and financial tips in a fun and subtle manner.Based on the US housing bubble of 2007, this film depicts how a bunch of people predicted the crisis and began to investigate the corrupt market.