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Director Anand Tiwari on how his upcoming web offering Bandish Bandits attempts to make classical music relevant His last outing as a director, Love Per Square Foot (2018), earned him much appreciation. A year later, Anand Tiwari is busy giving shape to his next, Bandish Bandits. The musical explores the merging of two worlds as a classical musician and a pop star fall in love. Tiwari says the subject stemmed from the

Amazon Prime Video has given an order for a new original series, titled "Bandish Bandits". The romantic musical series is created by Still and Still Media Collective and directed by Anand Tiwari, the streaming service said in a statement. The story, penned by Amritpal Singh Bindra, follows a unique story of two diametrically different personalities --  Radhe and Tamanna -- who, despite coming from very different worlds, set out together on a

Amazon Prime Video India has greenlit original series “Bandish Bandits.” The show is a musical created by Still and Still Media Collective. The series will follow an Indian classical musician bound by tradition and a pop star whose performance skills are greater than her talent. A bandish is a term used to describe a musical composition in Indian classical music. Anand Tiwari, who previously directed Netflix Original “Love Per Square Foot,” will

MUMBAI: Amazon Prime Video has greenlighted a romantic musical Prime Original Series, Bandish Bandits. The series created by Still and Still Media Collective will be launched soon. Created in a an episodic format, the series will see the popular and much loved musical trio of Shankar Mahadevan, Ehsaan Noorani and Loy Mendonsa making their debut in the video streaming space and don the hat of music composers for this new Prime

Producers Anand Tiwari and Amritpal Singh Bindra talk to Titas Chowdhury about the third season of their web series Girl In The City, the perks of working in the digital space and more Titas Chowdhury (TC): What made you back the script of Girl In The City? Anand Tiwari (AT): We wanted to portrayed stories that we see around us. So many writers, directors and actors come from different parts of India

While the whole country goes gaga over the release of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's much-speculated/ much-controversial film Padmaavat, the trailer of Netflix's Love Per Square Foot made its way on social media today on 25 January. Love Per Square Foot marks the debut of Indian mainstream films on Netflix; the film will be available to the users of the streaming giant over 190 countries. The film stars new-age actors Vicky Kaushal and