Many films with Rs.100 crore budget lack content: Rhea Chakraborty
Many films with Rs.100 crore budget lack content: Rhea Chakraborty

 

Mumbai: Whether a film has a big or small budget does not decide its fate at the box office, says actress Rhea Chakraborty, who believes that her new movie "Sonali Cable" is "strong on content".

China launches campaign against online piracy

The Chinese government has launched a campaign against rampant online piracy, targeting websites which offer unauthorised content from traditional media, media reported Friday.

Marathi film industry is content-driven: Shreyas Talpade

Actor-producer Shreyas Talpade feels Marathi film industry is more content driven compared to Bollywood which is star-stuck.

7 in 10 Middle East viewers believe Hollywood content is `morally harmful`

Nearly 68 percent of Middle East audiences believe films or other entertainment programmes should be banned altogether if they are found offensive, a new survey has found.

Social media giants unite to oppose Oz proposal to forcibly pull down harassment posts

Social media giants have reportedly come together to oppose Australian government`s proposal asking the companies to pull down content deemed harmful for younger audience.

EC to vet posts by parties, candidates on social media sites

EC has directed all political parties and candidates to get their advertisements pre-certified by it before issuing them on social media websites.

Content of cinema has declined, says Randhir Kapoor

Yesteryear actor Randhir Kapoor feels today`s films have improved technically but content has declined over the period of time.

Working with govt to remove hateful content, say FB, Google

Internet companies Google and Facebook today said they are working with Indian authorities to remove "inflammatory and hateful content" on their websites.

Govt wants consensus on rules on internet content

The government said it does not stand for censorship and regulation of free speech and assured Rajya Sabha members that it will evolve a consensus.

TV channels beware, viewers watching your content

Did you feel a certain episode in a TV serial was too hot to handle? Or did you feel disturbed by a violent scene?

‘Murder 2’ not relying on erotic content only: Emraan Hashmi

‘Murder’ sequel is being promoted as darker and more sensual than the original thriller, but lead actor Emraan Hashmi says that the film is not banking on erotic content only.

Marketing has taken over content in Bollywood: Kay Kay Menon

Kay Kay Menon feels cinema is being misused as most of them are riding on marketing gimmicks while content has taken a backseat.

New content control rules leave netizens sore

Netizens and cyber law experts want the right to freedom of speech.

Mechanism soon to monitor content on television: Minister

Faced with rising number of complaints of vulgarity on television shows, Government said it would soon constitute a council headed by a retired judge with representation from civil society to regulate such content.

`YRF TV driven by content, not TRPs`

YRF is taking a second shot on TV with a thriller show `Khotey Sikkey`

Chinese porn sites now have English content

Pornographic sites in China have now changed their content to English.

I&B task force working on consensus for code for TV content

A government task force has been
set up for holding detailed talks with stakeholders in the
information and broadcasting sector for a consensus on the
draft content code for TV channels, the Lok Sabha was told
on Tuesday.

`Content getting worse on television`

Industry veteran Krutika Desai feels content on TV has deteriorated.

Author, 2 others held for alleged anti-Islamic content in book

Three persons including an
author of a book, which allegedly contained anti-Islamic
content, were arrested in Khammam district of Andhra Pradesh,
police said on Friday.

MTN ties-up with IMIMobile to bring content to 103-mn users

South Africa`s MTN on Wednesday tied up with
software firm IMIMobile to provide improved mobile and online
content to 103 million users in the Middle-East and Africa.