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Rizwan brought back audience to theatre halls
Theatre

Rizwan brought back audience to theatre halls

Rizwan”, a short film, scripted and directed by Deepti Khurana, is based on “The Country without a Post Office” by Agha Shahid Ali, and adapted into a play by Abhisheikh Majumder.

Shajal and Aparna play star-crossed lovers
TV

Shajal and Aparna play star-crossed lovers

Popular actors Shajal and Aparna are pairing up on screen for a new single episode TV play titled “Opekkhar Sheshe”. Helmed and scripted by Shakhawat Shibly, shooting for the play has commenced at the capital's Uttara and Diyabari.

Sonam Kapoor signs two new films
Bollywood

Sonam Kapoor signs two new films

Sonam Kapoor is a busy actress; after wrapping up work on the Twinkle Khanna production “Padman” and filming her part in the Sanjay Dutt biopic, the National Award-winning actress has begun work on her third project co-starring Kareena Kapoor and Swara Bhaskar, titled “Veere Di Wedding”.

LP to perform at Chester tribute News Bytes

LP to perform at Chester tribute

The concert, set for the Hollywood Bowl on October 27th, will raise money for Music for Relief's One More Light Fund in memory of Bennington. Check out Linkin Park's website for full ticket information.

Shuvo and Mahi's chemistry is electrifying in “Tup Tap” Film

Shuvo and Mahi's chemistry is electrifying in “Tup Tap”

“Dhaka Attack” has been branded as the 'first cop thriller of the country' and the first teaser, trailer and poster have all promised to be a full-blown crime-action bonanza, but turns out, the film has a softer side too.

Banglalink launches talent hunt “Next Tuber” Arts & Entertainment

Banglalink launches talent hunt “Next Tuber”

Telecommunications company Banglalink has launched its newest initiative, “Banglalink Next Tuber”, to groom and raise the new

“Big Little Lies”, “Handmaid's Tale”,  “SNL” dominate Emmys Hollywood

“Big Little Lies”, “Handmaid's Tale”, “SNL” dominate Emmys

Against the backdrop of President Donald Trump's assaults on the media, women, and people of color, two feminist dramas and America's most powerful platform for political satire dominated at the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards.

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