The brilliant performances and stories of unity and resilience could have made for an enjoyable treat but for the exasperatingly awful attempt at whitewashing Islamic jihad and the forced, hollow trope of 'terror has no religion'.
Union Government notifies the new rules for digital news publishers and over-the-top (OTT) platforms
Govt had announced the new guidelines and regulations for social media, digital news media and OTT platforms in February
‘Hindi filmmakers repeatedly insult Hindu Gods and Goddesses’: Remarks Allahabad HC rejecting bail of Amazon Prime’s Aparna Purohit in Tandav case
Aparna Purohit is accused of hurting religious sentiments through scenes mocking Hindu gods in the web series 'Tandav' on Amazon Prime
Modi govt tightens noose on social media giants and ‘intermediaries’: What it means, the effects of the provisions and how it could tame the...
The guidelines define the due diligence measures that the social media platforms will have to observe to operate in India
"Freedom of speech was not absolute. You cannot hurt anyone's religious sentiments", Supreme Court of India said to makers of 'Tandav'.
After multiple FIRs against ‘Tandav’, makers of another Amazon Prime web series ‘Mirzapur’ in trouble, SC issues notice
The SC notice was issued following a petition complaining about UP's Mirzapur being portrayed in a bad light in the web series
Content creators don’t stay away from picking on other communities because they fear lawsuits or court cases. They stay away because they fear raw street power.
Malviya's email and shared an OpIndia report on the open ideological and political bias of Aparna Purohit, the creative head of Prime Videos.
Tandav on Amazon Prime would've died its own slow, painful death and vanished without a whimper has it not got the attention it got in past few days.
‘Web Series Tandav can hurt religious harmony’: UP Police files FIR against makers, police team to be sent to Mumbai
An FIR has been filed in the Hazratganj Police Station in Lucknow against the makers of 'Tandav'.