The government on Wednesday released new coronavirus guidelines that will allow cinema halls, which were previously permitted to house people at 50% of its seating strength, to operate at a higher capacity.
Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor doesn't seem to like the concept of working from home very much, going by a new post on social media.
The way digital entertainment is picking up, it appears to be game over for theatres. Though cine folks are trumpeting about theatrical experience, the income from digital is luring them.
Anasuya Bharadwaj is one among the few female anchors in the Indian TV industry to make it big on the silver screen.
Since when did Samantha get into fitness? Well, she says she joined gym first time just so that she can attract Naga Chaitanya.
This Sankranthi, audiences have witnessed two biggies – Ravi Teja's Krack and Vijay's Master - attracting maximum crowds at the ticket counters, reviving the theatrical business post corona period.
Known for the girl-next-door image, Lavanya Tripathi has stunned everyone with the smooch sequence in the recently released teaser of A1 Express.
Although he has announced half a dozen movies recently, only two of them would make it to the theaters this year.
Pooja Hegde has signed to play the female lead opposite Ram Charan in director Koratala Siva’s Acharya.
Megastar Chiranjeevi has shown his other side – the fun and cheerful façade of his personality - when he signed up for social media interaction.
Even as cinemas are fully to become profitable ventures once again in the post-lockdown scenario, two of the biggest releases this year are already lined up for a box office clash that could dent prospects of an already suffering the film trade.
Director Prashanth Varma’s high concept film Zombie Reddy is getting ready for theatrical release on February 5th.
Hockey was the most-admired sport in India once. But, cricket replaced it for long time now.
Vaishnva Tej and Krithi Shetty’s debut flick Uppena will be hitting the screens on February 12th.
The Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy government in Andhra Pradesh has softened its stand on the conduct of local body elections in the state, but State Election Commissioner (SEC) Nimmagadda Ramesh Kumar continues to adopt a vengeful attitude towards the government.