Netflix

-May 1, 2023

Dalchand, owner of Mangla Chaat Wale in Mayur Vihar, has gone global thanks to Netflix and gets invited to food fests around the world 

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-March 5, 2023

Gajraj Rao talks on Thai Massage that has found a new lease of life on OTT platform and elevated him to stardom despite it being a character role

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-April 13, 2022

Arjun Bijlani carved a niche for himself as a leading man on Indian television in the 2000s, playing youthful characters in shows like Kartika, Remix, Left Right Left, and Miley Jab Hum Tum.

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-November 10, 2021

Netflix’s new romantic comedy Love Hard tries too hard, but is full of Christmas vibes “…Just one thing everybody wants. There in the bars, and through the smokescreen of the crowded restaurants – It’s love. Yes, all we’re looking for is love from someone else.” These achingly beautiful lyrics from the Oscar-winning musical drama La […]

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-November 1, 2021

With Squid Game being termed as Netflix’s biggest show ever, this Korean series seems to have sent the world into a frenzy   We all have, while we were in school, participated in games like tug of war. It was all about winning, as no one wanted the ‘loser’ tag in school. Many of us […]

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-August 31, 2021

Ahead of the release of Netflix’s much-awaited Sex Education, let’s take a look at what makes this British comedy series a pathbreaking one   When Sex Education was first released, on Netflix in 2019, this British comedy was perceived – by its first look – as a story of horny teenagers trying to steer clear […]

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-July 27, 2021

Netflix anthology Feels Like Ishq has a fresh take on romance   What’s that one theme that sells like hot cake, every single time – in plays, movies, shows or any other medium? It’s love! Romance has been a genre that has been explored on-screen gazillion times. So much so, that whenever there’s a new […]

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-June 28, 2021

The modern retelling of legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray’s short stories in Netflix’s Ray is lost in translation, but shines in parts There’s no two ways about it that it takes an immensely talented individual to create a masterpiece. But to deconstruct a “master’s piece” and present it to the audience in a different time period, […]

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