New movies, new shows, celebrity rants – the world of entertainment is on 24×7. Worried you might miss out on something? We’ve got you covered. Here’s everything you need to know about what happened in entertainment today.

‘Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare’ hits Netflix

Starring two of our favourites, Konkona Sensharma and Bhumi Pednekar, the quirky and fun Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare released on Netflix today. From the trailer and the kind of talent Sensharma and Pednekar possess, the movie is a must-watch. Read our review for it here.

ZEE5’s spy thriller ‘London Confidential’ releases

ZEE5’s espionage thriller, London Confidential starring Purab Kohli, Mouni Roy and Kulraj Randhawa released on the streaming platform today. It has been created by crime writer S. Hussain Zaidi, of Black Friday fame.

Spies run amok in the ‘Crackdown’ trailer

It seems as if terrorism and espionage thrillers are in vogue. Voot dropped the trailer to their highly anticipated thriller Crackdown based on the lives of people working in the Secret Unit Directorate of Operations. Directed by Apoorva Lakhia, it stars Saqib Salim, Iqbal Khan, Shriya Pilgaonkar and Rajesh Tailang.

Watch the trailer of Gillian Flynn’s new show ‘Utopia’

From the makers of Gone Girl and Sharp Objects comes Utopia, a conspiracy thriller that follows a group of people tasked to save the world (what else). Utopia stars Rainn Wilson, Sasha Lane, John Cusack, Cory Michael Smith and Jessica Roth and premieres on September 25 on Amazon Prime Video.

Happy birthday Shabana Azmi!

The mega-talented Shabana Azmi turns 70 today. Her fans and Bollywood colleagues showered praises and wishes upon her, with many recounting anecdotes of the actor’s grace and humility.

Amul calls Urmila Matondkar not so “masoom”

After celebrities and fans rallied behind Urmila Matondkar when her war of words with Kangana Ranaut took an ugly turn, it was Amul’s turn to come under fire. The signature Amul ad with its clever wordplay that was released in the 1990s when Rangeela hit the theatres was shared by a journalist, who claimed they should take it down as it was very below the belt. However, Twitterati and many celebrities rushed to Amul’s defense, explaining the context and timing.


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