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CINTAA meets Maharashtra governor to discuss rule restricting senior actors

MUMBAI: The Cine and TV Artistes’ Association (CINTAA) senior vice president and actor Manoj Joshi met with the governor of Maharashtra Bhagat Singh Koshyari today. They discussed the issue of senior actors, above the age of 65, not being allowed to shoot. The governor assured of necessary co-...

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Banijay completes landmark deal to acquire Endemol Shine Group

MUMBAI: Banijay today announced the completion of the acquisition of Endemol Shine Group, previously co-owned by The Walt Disney Company and funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management Inc. The closed deal, which has been successfully approved by the relevant regulators worldwide in...

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Applause Entertainment partners with Gurinder Chadha and Sunder Aaron

MUMBAI: With a strong focus on building an exciting and ambitious content slate that serves a diverse set of audiences, Applause Entertainment has rapidly emerged as one of the leading studios in India. An Aditya Birla Group venture, the content studio led by media veteran Sameer Nair has announced...

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TV producers back on sets with safety protocols

After a long hiatus of three months following the nationwide lockdown, the entertainment industry is finally back on track. After resolving the outstanding issues IFTPC (Indian Film and Television Producers Council), FWICE (Federation of Western India Cine Employees) and CINTAA (Cine and TV...

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West Bengal TV successfully resumes shooting with strict compliance norms

MUMBAI: The Bengali TV industry is one of the first to have resumed shooting and successfully started off with compliance protocols. The single most confidence-building step was to make sure that every artist and technicians participating in shoot have been provided with an insurance cover. 

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