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Industry pays homage to Kulmeet Makkar

MUMBAI: The television and film fraternity woke up this morning to the shocking news of the sudden demise of Kulmeet Makkar, CEO of the Film & Television Producers Guild.  

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Have 10-12 banked shows to sustain even if lockdown continues: ALTBalaji's Nachiket Pantvaidya

Balaji Telefilms’ digital arm ALTBalaji recently completed three years. While the management always spoke of profitability and breaking even faster rather than cash-burn and tons of investment, the platform seems on track in achieving its ambitions despite the COVID-19 climate.

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ALTBalaji completes three years with over 60 original shows across genres

ALTBalaji, one of the country’s leading homegrown OTT platforms, has completed three years, continuing to break new ground and setting milestones on its way to further success.

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ALTBalaji raises fund for distribution of food for needy

MUMBAI:  ALTBalaji, one of the country’s leading homegrown OTT platforms, has initiated fundraising for the distribution of food for the needy and the underprivileged as the country is reeling under the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund will be used to extend a helping hand to the daily...

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Balaji Telefilms' Ekta Kapoor foregoes one-year salary for workers

MUMBAI: Balaji Telefilms joint managing director and creative head Ekta Kapoor will give up her one-year salary, Rs 2.5 crore, to ensure that her workers will not suffer due to the ongoing lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In a social media post she announced that she is doing this so that...

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