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When writer-director Anand Tiwari, 34, was growing up in Matunga, Mumbai, Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge was the epitome of love. It was a time when Shah Rukh Khan’s Raj refused to run away with Simran (Kajol) until Amrish Puri acquiesced and told Simran to go “live her life”. “These days,” says Tiwari, “problems are internal. Relationships are far less complex.” His own tryst with the transactional nature of relationships was the trigger

Actor Anand Tiwari, known for films like 'Udaan', 'Kites', 'Aisha' and 'Go Goa Gone', says his appetite to grow and become a better artiste has increased tremendously over time. "I have only learnt that there's so much more to learn and over the years I am getting more and more hungry to be a better artiste," Anand told IANS. And I guess the most important thing I have realised is that to

Global streaming video service, Netflix has teamed with Ronnie Screwvala, one of the best-known executives in Indian cinema, to release “Love Per Square Foot.” The film is a quirky romantic comedy about an ad hoc couple who pair up in order to be able to buy an apartment in Mumbai. The film is touted as the first mainstream Indian movie to go directly to a streaming release. It will be distributed

Amritpal Bindra, Founder, Still and Still Media Collective talks about the ways in which he is dealing with the pressure to be chosen in a world that probably has more content creators than people who are actually consuming the content “Nobody knows anything…” The famous line by William Goldman in reference to the motion picture business in Hollywood has always resonated with me. In many ways, this thought is as liberating

Web series have suddenly become everybody’s favourite in India in the past two-three years. Keeping a tab on the changing viewership trends, the entertainment industry is bringing in diversity in their digital content making it fresh, original and youth –specific. The web series are always associated with freedom of thought and allow artists to experiment with new content. Having noticed the new trend in the industry, Amritpal Bindra and Anand Tiwari founded

Bang Baaja Baaraat, Sex Chat with Pappu and Papa, Girl in the City; these web series took the Internet by storm reassuring Indian audiences that homegrown content could be as entertaining and engaging as the West. Behind this success is the duo Anand Tiwari and Amritpal Singh Bindra who founded Still and Still Media Collective, a leading content house in 2013. Within four years of inception, the company has expanded