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British Royal Family remains ‘united’ even after Harry and Meghan Netflix docuseries release

Arthur Edwards, a longtime royal photographer, recently told Page Six that Harry may say whatever he wants, but that "it won't change anything" for the family.

While Netflix’s ‘Khakee: The Bihar Chapter’ trends at No 1, IPS Amit Lodha suspended for signing a contract for the story

The statement said that during the investigation by the department, the allegations of corruption against Lodha were found to be true, based on which a case was registered on December 7 by the Special Vigilance Unit under sections 120B and 168 of the IPC along with sections of the Prevention of Corruption Act ie PC Act.

Squid Game’s player 001, Oh il-nam, Korean actor O Yeong-Su charged with sexual misconduct, actor says he just held the girl’s hand

In 2017, the Squid Game actor O Yeong-Su was accused of touching a woman inappropriately, he has, however, denied all charges.

Mumbai: Comedian Vir Das and Netflix booked for copyrights violation, Producer Ashvin Gidwani says they stole jokes from an old show

Ashvin Gidwani says he had made a show with Vid Das in 2011 and several jokes from it have been used in Netflix's recent show 'For india'.

Alleged ‘Netflix’ documentary on corruption in Pakistan gets Imran Khan supporters excited: Here is all you need to know

The uproar on social media in Pakistan is over a documentary that is titled 'Behind Closed Doors'.

Mumbai: Inspired by Netflix’s ‘Money Heist’, ICICI bank official Altaf Shaikh loots Rs 34 crores from his bank vault, arrested

The mastermind Altaf Shaikh had planned the robbery one year ago after watching the Spanish heist crime drama web series Money Heist on Netflix

6 Gulf states threaten Netlfix with legal action if content violating ‘Islamic values’ is not removed, Saudi media regulator flags LGBT content

Saudi media regulator and GCC, a group of gulf states has threatened Netflix of legal action if it fails to remove anti-Islam content

‘Darlings’ on Netflix: Alia Bhatt and Shefali Shah make a ‘killer’ duo, far from endorsing, it shows domestic violence in all its stark reality

'Darlings' looks at domestic abuse the way Bollywood has not, so far. In usual productions from the Indian entertainment industry, we either get sick romanticisation or unrealistic ideals.

#BoycottAliaBhatt trends as netizens slam Netflix movie ‘Darlings’, say it is making a mockery of a serious crime like domestic violence

In the reel, Alia is also seen brutally slamming a frying pan on her on-screen husband's skull while she says 'ab batting shuru (the batting starts now)'. Meanwhile, the character played by actor Vijay is shown crying and screaming in pain.

Netflix loses almost a million subscribers in the second quarter, had estimated to loss 2 million

Streaming giant Netflix has partnered with Microsoft to launch a low-priced ad-supported subscription plan

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