Indian Viewer’s infatuation with cinema has always been on its peak, enthralling people for the better part of a century. But gone are the days when Indian Cinema viewers were flocked to single/Multi-screen theatres only. While Indians’ fondness for the theatre experience has not dimmed, the tables have been turned with the advent of streaming services. The Rise of OTTs (Over the top media services) has been magnificent in the past few years. There are a significant number of OTT players that continue to entertain the Indian audience with their media services. Now comes an OTT that offers a comfortable and friendly user experience with highly evolved video streaming technology at amazing speed & crystal clear sounds and much more. Yes you guessed it right, it’s “ZEE5”
Kabir Singh, director Sandeep Vanga Reddy’s Hindi remake of his Telugu hit Arjun Reddy in Hindi is romance on steroids. After Aashiqui 2, Kabir Singh happens to be that rare story of star-crossed lovers which leaves you moved despite the predictable story and outcome. Kabir, a medical student meets Preeti a fresher to the college and its love at first sight for Kabir. He is besotted with the dainty Preeti, smitten enough to plant a kiss on her cheeks early on without even seeking her permission. Very quickly he declares her as “his girl” to the entire college and takes control of her entire life, transforming into mentor and protector. Kabir undoubtedly is a problematic character reprised and modelled along the film heroes of yore, the kind who would persist and refused to take no
Gurugram-based food delivery and restaurant discovery platform Zomato has successfully tested its first attempt at food delivery using a drone. The test was conducted using a hybrid drone which had a fusion of rotary wing and fixed wings on a single drone. The test drone, Zomato claims, was successfully and seamlessly able to cover a distance of 5 kms in about 10 minutes, with a peak speed of 80 kmph, carrying a payload of 5 kgs. Currently, it takes Zomato’s biker fleet to deliver food is 30.5 minutes. Deepinder Goyal, founder and CEO, Zomato, said, “The only possible way to reduce the average 30.5 minutes to 15 minutes is to take the aerial route – roads are not efficient for very fast delivery. We have been working towards building sustainable and safe delivery technology and with ou
The trend of superhero spin-off movies continues. This time it’s Jean Grey’s origin story, as she goes from a child with powers her parents cannot fathom to an all-powerful member of the X-Men team. (Dark Phoenix is the 12th of the X-Men films.) Under the guidance and mentorship of Charles Xavier (James McAvoy), Jean (Sophie Turner) productively channelizes and utilizes her telekinetic powers. Working in tandem with the US government, the X-Men are enlisted to embark on a space rescue mission, for which Raven (Jennifer Lawrence) picks a small team. During the mission Jean encounters a powerful cosmic force that begins to change her. Back on Earth bizarre events begin to unfold. The weirdest is the arrival of a group of hostile aliens that enter human bodies – “visitors" looking for
Salman khan has often explained the rejection of his earlier Eid release, Tubelight, as thus -- the film came out on a festival and people expected to be entertained; instead they left the theatre crying, and the film flopped. As much as a Salman Khan film can flop. That is why Bharat -- despite finding its origins in the heart-wrenching Partition of India, and being linked to it till its climax -- is primarily an entertainer. Some jokes land lightly and dance around you; others hit you in the small of your back with all the subtlety of an express train -- but they are aplenty. Bharat - Salman and director Ali Abbas Zafar tell you from the very first scene -- will make you cry. But it will also give you action, romance, drama and definitely, comedy. Ergo, an Eid blockbuster – ask Salma
An early goal from Mohamed Salah and a late one from Divock Origi gave Liverpool a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in Saturday's all-English Champions League final as coach Juergen Klopp finally got his hands on Europe's biggest prize. "Everyone is happy now," said a delighted Salah. "I am glad to play the second final in a row and play 90 minutes finally. Everyone did his best today, no great individual performances, all the team was unbelievable." Later on Twitter, Salah posted a photo of himself holding the cup surrounded by cheering teammates. "Believe, work hard, and it'll happen," the 26-year-old star wrote Liverpool, who missed out on the Premier League title to Manchester City by one point, did not produce their usual whirlwind attacking game but sealed a sixth European C...