Salman Khan's Radhe releases on 13th May, 2021. Besides Salman Khan, the film also has Disha Patani and Jackie Shroff in the pivotal roles and Randeep Hooda is playing the antagonist.
Netflix stock dips due to a dramatic slowdown in subscriber addition, company blames production delays due to Covid-19
Netflix is seemingly unfazed by this dramatic underperformance, and expects to bounce back in the latter half of 2021.
NCPCR writes to I and B Ministry, asks for removal of objectionable scenes from Netflix’s ‘Bombay Begums’
"It is clear that the Netflix Series Bombay Begums has not only violated the prevailing law of land and guidelines, it is continuing the same and affecting children's interest to a very large extent," NCPCR reiterated.
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
More than Bombay Begums, it is more like Chewing Gums: Starts with a lot of promise, ends with disgusting, tasteless, mushy, plasticky stuff.
Amazon Prime’s Aparna Purohit went to Supreme Court seeking bail, may end up bringing censorship on her company
Supreme Court said that the guidelines have "no teeth" and a law is required to regulate OTT platforms.
Defence analyst Nitin Gokhale and journalist Ashutosh say they will sue Caravan India for allegedly misquoting them: Details
The article in Caravan magazine, written by its editor Hartosh Singh Bal, claims that the government's move to regulate fake news and web portals is aimed to act against people who are writing against the government.
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
‘Follow Indian law, no more double standards’: Full details of new guidelines for tech-giants, OTT platforms and digital media
"Social media platforms are welcome to do business in India but they need to follow the Constitution and laws of India", said Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.
Mumbai police had arrested Gehana Vasisth along with others and sent them to custody till February 10.