Ishaan Khatter on whether India has changed since the days of A Suitable Boy
Director Mira Nair is known for asking her actors to do one extra take 'for love'.
Stars of the BBC and Netflix's new miniseries A Suitable Boy -- Ishaan Khatter, Ram Kapoor and Shubham Saraf -- talk about their favourite 'one for love' takes, and whether or not they feel India has evolved in the seven-plus decades since independence.
Bollywood celebrities were seen in and around Mumbai. Actor Sara Ali Khan was seen along with her mom Amrita Singh at Mumbai airport. The duo jet off to spend vacations in Maldives. Actor Sunny Leone also spotted at the airport. She kept her airport look casual as she flew to Kochi. Wearing mask, actress Tamannaah Bhatia also got papped at the airport. She will be next seen in Telugu film 'F3'. 'Kukoo'-famed Kubra Sait spotted in Bandra. She played the character of 'Kukoo' in Netflix series 'Sacred Games'.
Ajeeb Daastaans’ Shefali Shah and Manav Kaul get candid with RJ Stutee in the latest episode of 'Aur Batao'.Shah and Kaul open up about OTT platforms and censorship. The Netfilx anthology is produced by Karan Johar and directed by Shashank Khaitan, Raj Mehta, Neeraj Ghaywan and Kayoze Irani. Aur Batao is not your regular photoshopped chat show but makes hanging out with celebs a different (and fun) ballgame. Watch the full video for more.
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Ajeeb Dastaans is an anthology of four films that do not revolve around any common theme. Perhaps that's why, each of the stories in Ajeeb Daastaans get a chance to stand out and make an impact without the baggage of being compared to each other. Kayoze Irani's Ankahi stars Shefali Shah and Manav Kaul, Neeraj Ghyawan's Geeli Pucchi features Aditi Rao Hydari and Konkona Sen Sharma, Khilauna by Raj Mehta is led by Nushrat Bharucha and Abhishek Bannerjee along with child actor Inayat Verma and Majnu by Shashank Khaitan has Jaideep Ahlawat, Fatima Sana Shaikh and Armaan Ralhan in lead roles. A heady mix of flawed characters, layered emotions, fragile relationships and unexplained desires come together to highlight and explore stories of domestic abuse, patriarchy, toxic masculinity, casteism and much more. Interestingly, none of the directors force feed their version on to you, but leaves it the audience to interpret the characters as well as the climax. Through a compelling storytelling, Ajeeb Daastaans is a stark take on complexities of human behaviour, and it explores a plethora of emotions while narrating contrasting stories. Ajeeb Daastaans is streaming on Netflix.
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