Entertainment Wrap: Betting On Substance And Diversity

#NotMyDeepika: Fans urge Deepika Padukone to not to work with #Metoo accused Luv Ranjan

#NotMyDeepika: Deepika Padukone Urged By Fans Not To Work With #MeToo Accused Luv Ranjan

Netizens tweeted with #NotMyDeepika hashtag after She and Ranbir Kapoor was spotted outside director Luv Ranjan’s house three days ago. Seemingly, Deepika Padukone and Ranbir Kapoor are to be casted in Luv Ranjan’s next movie. Ajay Devgan and Nusrat Bharucha are also to be casted in the movie, alongside Deepika and Ranbir.

Soon after this report went out, twitter was flooded with these tweets asking Bollywood’s top actress not to work with Luv Ranjan.

Phase 4 of MCU unveiled!

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Phase 4 of the Marvel cinematic universe has been announced at the San Diego Comic-Con this Saturday. A total of five movies like the much-awaited ‘Black Widow’, ‘Thor 4’ and five series in collaboration with Disney are set to be released over the next two years. Natalie Portman and Tessa Thomas are set to make a comeback in ‘Thor 4’.  The well-acclaimed actress Angelina Jolie is also starring in ‘Eternals’. Marvel has assembled a terrific and diverse cast. The all-Asian cast for ‘Shang-Chi’ and Mahershala Ali for Blade has created quite an uproar in the social media.


After facing all the curse words, slut shaming, character assassinations, and misogyny , Aadai saw the light of the day on Friday evening (19 July). Amala Paul’s most-ambitious project is now running with mixed reviews. The film directed by Rathna Kumar, created a buzz after its first teaser was released. Many conservatives have filed a complaint against the movie after the release of the trailer. Even the initial shows were cancelled due to the protest in theaters. . The makers have promoted the film as one of the bravest roles done by the lead Amala so far in her career.



Indian Series Focus On Horror Now

Indian movies and series have started making inroads to adding thematic substances in their plots as uncensored platforms like Amazon and Netflix are paying for their show license. Horror is the genre that still remains a touch-and-go situation in the country with most of the Bollywood films suffering major losses owing to critically less viewership.

Netflix’s new horror series  “Typewriter” draws audience to the suspense building that sends chills down the spine similar to a R.Night Shyamalan movie night. Directed by Sujoy Ghosh of Kahaani fame, the series sets to portray an imaginary ghost the kids talk about while making attempts to piece the dots together.