Sharing a glimpse from his morning workout schedule, actor Tiger Shroff on Tuesday treated fans with a clip featuring his shoulder pump workout.
Like most people in this day and age, I too spend a lot of my time on the internet, consuming a lot of content.Here’s what I read, watched and grooved to in the month of September, 2020.
If you're looking to watch a bone-chillingly scary movie, Netflix is your one-stop shop for all things spooky, gory, and gruesome. From psychological thrillers like The Perfection to goosebumps-worthy ghost stories like Insidious, there's not one movie on this list that won't scare you to your core. With terrifyingly twisted storylines to real-life terrors, this selection will make watching movies a whole new horror. Get ready for a chilling night in, because these films were made to spook you long after the credits finish rolling. - Additional reporting by Lauren Harano Related: 31 Comical Halloween Movies That'll Tickle Your Funny Bone
Colin Farrell can briefly be seen in the first teaser trailer for "The Batman." Fans had to do a double-take.
Contrary to popular opinion, Mani Ratnam's ideology seems to have more similarities with the Hindutva politics of RSS, BJP and other right-wing organisations of the Sangh Parivar than anything else.
Dayamayee -- a frail, quivering and feverish Sharmila Tagore-- is hunched overa smattering of puja paraphernalia in the courtyard of an old Bengal mansion,with a thick, limp tuberose garland slung around her neck.
* Actor Arjun Kapoor has always been the one to make experimental choices in his films, from his debut Ishaqzaade to India’s Most Wanted. His choices reflect in his home decor and artwork too. The actor lives with his sister Anshula Kapoor, in his aesthetic Mumbai apartment. * On his birthday, here’s a glimpse of his spacious home, a peek into the off-screen life of the actor.
Netflix is here to bring the laughs with women-led TV shows that are as LOL-worthy as they get. From dark comedies like Bonding to dramedies like Atypical and classic comedies we know and love like New Girl and Parks and Rec, funny ladies rule the episodic offerings on the streaming service, and we are here for it. So grab your popcorn and a boozy beverage and settle in for the night with women like Zooey Deschanel, Amy Schumer, and Gina Rodriguez. Chances are, once you get a taste for these hysterical shows, you'll want to binge them all! - Additional reporting by Stacey Nguyen and Macy Cate Williams Related: Little Fires Everywhere Is Basically a Walking Ad For the '90s, and We Freakin' Love It
Netflix's library includes a wide variety of Netflix original movies based on books, ranging from adaptations of memoirs and other nonfiction to YA, horror, and other genre fiction. Adapting a book into a movie comes with a big set of challenges, but these Netflix originals each find their own unique ways to translate from the page to the screen. Still, part of the fun of watching a movie adapted from a book is getting to read the book, watch the movie, and compare the two versions. If you're looking for something new to add to your Netflix queue as well as your reading list, check out these 25 titles - there's sure to be something that's just what you're looking for!
Netflix is notorious for being a hub of true-crime content, housing everything from Wild Wild Country to Making a Murderer. However, not all of its shows about con artists and murderers strictly follow the nonfiction documentary format. If you're into a great story arc and fleshed-out characters, there are plenty of dramatized true-crime TV shows on the streaming service. After all, who can resist Toni Collette playing a whip-smart detective on Unbelievable or Sarah Paulson portraying one of America's most famous prosecutors on The People v. O.J. Simpson? There's a whole world of well-written dramas to enjoy, so here's our roundup of nondocumentary true-crime shows you can watch right now on Netflix!
Recently the makers of the James Bond movie No Time to Die took to Twitter to announce that they have decided to postpone the release of the film from April to November.
If you think documentaries are boring, then you're definitely not watching the right ones. Yes, documentaries are educational, but the right ones can also be incredibly entertaining. From stories about cunning wine fraudsters and detrimental data hacks to disastrous music festivals, documentaries can be just as exciting as fictional films - and sometimes even more so, since you know the events are real. If you're looking to learn something new this year, or you simply want to hear a wild story on your next movie night, read on to check out the best documentaries we streamed on Netflix in 2019. Related: This Netflix Documentary Explores the Sh*tshow That Was Fyre Festival