A handsome budget to shoot sumptuous scenes in the desert state of Rajasthan paired with some great melodies from Bollywood’s much-loved musicians, Shankar Ehsan Loy, make this new Amazon Prime offering from India a worthy addition to a growing catalogue.
Any crime drama starring Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte can be regarded a safe bet when it comes to entertainment value. As two of India’s top screen actors, they have carved their names and reputations as the victims and perpetrators in cinematic and digital streaming hits like ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’, ‘Badlapur’ and ‘Sacred Games’.
It was so far just anecdotal but now new figures from the UK’s Office of Communications (Ofcom) prove what most of us had already guessed – that our television watching time did spike considerably during the coronavirus lockdown.
A much-hyped screen adaptation of Indian author Vikram Seth’s famous book ‘A Suitable Boy’ set in post-independence India has been creating waves worldwide with a diverse cast of over 100 actors from India and around the world.
Self-taught musician Bhavik Haria launched a first-of-its-kind devotional fusion bhajan album campaign recently and has already reached 50 per cent of his crowdfunding target of GBP 15,000 from adoring fans across the world.
The Mayor of London’s office has launched the first South Asia Heritage Month to celebrate the contributions of the South Asian community to British life.
Celebrated Bollywood musical trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy are set for their digital debut with Amazon Prime’s new romantic musical drama ‘Bandish Bandits’, on air from August 4.