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Guidelines to regulate OTT content coming soon: Prakash Javadekar

Even as major streaming services are reeling from back to back controversies and calls for boycott over their original series, Union minister for information and broadcasting Prakash Javadekar has said the government is coming up with a set of guidelines to regulate content on OTT platforms.

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Tandav and the future of storytelling

MUMBAI: A tight slap. That’s what the streaming industry has got in the face from the Supreme Court when it refused to protect the Amazon Prime Video team – involved in creating the controversial political thriller Tandav – from being arrested.

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Amazon Prime Video’s Tandav makers get I&B ministry summons?

It began with a bunch of trollers on social media fretting that the latest and much touted digital original from Amazon Prime Video Tandav had treated Hindu deity Shiva poorly in a scene a couple of days ago.

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Tandav fills the need gap of political drama format for Amazon Prime Video

KOLKATA: As 2021 dawns, Amazon Prime Video has given a peek at its new content line up. The streaming service recently unveiled the trailer of new original series Tandav. The nine-episode political drama will start streaming on 15 January.

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