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Balaji Telefilms operating profit up; ALT Balaji subs and revenue increase in FY 2020

The most successful television content and film production house in India, the Shobha Kapoor and Ektaa Kapoor-led Balaji Telefilms Ltd (Balaji) reported 34.1 percent growth in consolidated operating revenue at Rs 573.55 crore for the fiscal ended 31 March 2020.

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CINTAA states no Pakistani actor its member

MUMBAI: The Cine and TV Artistes’ Association (CINTAA) has released an official statement clarifying that no Pakistani actor is a member of the association and it also highlights that if the actors have applied for work permits, they will not get renewed. The statement was issued by CINTAA Outreach...

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TV show production efficiency impacted by Covid2019: Swastik Productions' Rahul Kumar Tewary

A month since TV production resumed, the ride has been bumpy. With sets rigorously sanitised, makeup and hair artists wearing PPE kits, it’s still better than no shoots at all. Swastik Productions MD Rahul Kumar Tewary says that it took a lot of planning to resume shooting.

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Without grandeur, audiences will focus on the storyline: Full House Films' Amir Jaffer

MUMBAI: It has been close to one month since the state government allowed film and television shooting in Maharashtra. This was a sigh of relief to several new shows that were left in the lurch due to the lockdown including Zee TV’s Qurbaan Hua, which had just started on 25 February. 

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Balaji Telefilms takes positive steps after actor tests Covid2019 positive

MUMBAI: Television actor Parth Samthaan, who is best known for his role in Balaji Telefilms' Kasautii Zindagii Kay, tested positive for Covid2019 on Sunday. The actor shared the news on Instagram and revealed that he was showing mild symptoms but with doctors' guidance, he is self-quarantining at...

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