19102020-LSTC-01.qxd 10/18/2020 11:35 PM Page 1 c m y b TRIBUNE Take two Sushmita Sen’s OTT debut with the series Aarya received a phenomenal response. Now, she will soon begin shooting for the second season in Dubai. WHEN WILL MET SADHGURU Hollywood superstar Will Smith recently visited spiritual leader Sadhguru. The latter took to Instagram and shared some photos with Will in the frame. CHANDIGARH | MONDAY | 19 OCTOBER 2020 Get set for a feast, virtually T HE festival season is here and while we miss going for dandiya nights, it’s time to get entertained at home with the best offerings on the OTT platform. Here are 10 new shows and movies that are releasing on the web this week. So sit back, relax, grab your popcorn and enjoy! Supernatural zone What: Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 2 When: October 19 Where: Netflix Just in time for Halloween, Unsolved Mysteries has returned with six new episodes, exploring the unexplained and the supernatural. Volume 2, which will be released on Netflix on October 19 profiles more unex- From the second season of Mirzapur to the release of A Suitable Boy, here’s what the OTT platform has to offer in the coming week MIRZAPUR A SUITABLE BOY THE UNDOING plained disappearances, tragic events and bizarre occurrences. Being together What: Comedy Couple When: October 21 Where: ZEE5 After Rangbaaz, Saqib Saleem is making a comeback on ZEE5 with a movie titled Comedy Couple, opposite Shweta Basu Prasad. Directed by Nachiket Samant, the story revolves around the lives of a couple that does stand-up comedy together. OVER THE MOON High five What: Lockdown Rishtey When: October 21 Where: MX Player A collection of five stories, shot during the lockdown inside homes on the phones, Lockdown Rishtey explores the thick and thin of five relationships. It is based on the real experiences of celebrities during the lockdown. Reel take What: Rebecca When: October 21 Where: Netflix Directed by Ben Wheatley, Rebecca is based on the 1938 novel by the same name. The film is about a whirlwind romance in Monte Carlo between handsome widower Maxim de Winter (Armie Hammer) and a young woman (Lily James). Space adventure What: Over The Moon When: October 23 Where: Netflix Having a passion for science, a bright young girl builds a rocket ship to the moon to prove the existence of a legendary Moon Goddess. Directed by Glen Keane, this animated adventure film has voiceovers by Cathy Ang, Phillipa Soo, Robert G. Chiu and Ken Jeong, among others. REBECCA dent, Lata Mehra, who is torn between her duty towards her family and love life, as three different men try to woo her. season are bolder and complex, as they will not hesitate in using any means to achieve their goals. First steps Oh boy! Corridors of power What: A Suitable Boy When: October 23 Where: Netflix Tabu and Ishaan Khatter will play the protagonists in Mira Nair’s TV adaptation of Vikram Seth’s novel A Suitable Boy, which releases this Friday. Set in 1951 India, the sixepisode series is about a passionate literature stu- What: Mirzapur 2 When: October 23 Where: Amazon Prime Video The much-awaited season 2 of Mirzapur will be out on Friday. This season doesn’t stay confined to the violent world of Mirzapur, but takes one into the corridors of power, where a nexus between politicians and criminals prevails. Women in the new What: Once upon a Snowman When: October 23 Where: Disney+ Hotstar Olaf, the innocent and insightful, summer-loving snowman, who melted hearts in Frozen, will be back in Walt Disney’s animated film Once Upon a Snowman. The film follows Olaf’s first steps as he comes to life and searches for his identity in the snowy mountains outside Arendelle. crime. It stars Mita Vashisht in lead role. Crime zone Ups & downs What: Kasaai When: October 23 Where: ShemarooMe ShemarooMe is all set to release Kasaai, an acclaimed socio-political drama. The Gajendra S. Shrotriya-directorial is based on real incidents that still occur in rural India. A gruesome murder takes place during the all-important village elections, but dirty politics leads to the cover-up of the startling What: The Undoing When: October 25 Where: Disney+ Hotstar This new limited series focuses on Grace Fraser, a successful therapist, and her devoted husband, Jonathan, and their young son who attends an elite private school in New York City. The cast includes Nicole Kidman, Hugh Grant, Donald Sutherland, and Noah Jupe, among others. — TNS No wedding for Of beautiful memories Tara and Aadar Madhuri Dixit Nene shares pictures with her husband, Shriram Nene, on their 21st marriage anniversary Bollywood couple Tara Sutaria and Aadar Jain have been in the news recently after reports regarding the two getting married were doing the rounds. However, now Aadar’s spokesperson has rubbished them AADAR JAIN ‘baseless and untrue’ rumours. However, these were fanned after Tara had attended the Rakshabandhan celebrations of the Kapoor and Jain family. Some time back, the actress had shared a selfie on her Instagram handle and Aadar had dropped a comment on it saying that he misses her. Meanwhile, talking about Aadar and his work, the actor is currently focusing on his upcoming film with Excel Entertainment titled Hello Charlie. On the other hand, Tara will be seen in the Hindi remake of RX100 with Ahan Shetty. Apart from this, she also has Ek Villain 2 with John Abraham, Arjun Kapoor and Disha Patani in the pipeline. Madhuri Dixit Nene penned a note for husband Shriram Nene on their 21st marriage anniversary on Saturday and shared two pictures on Instagram. The first picture is from their wedding day and the second seems to be from a vacation. Madhuri wrote, “Today marks the beginning of another year, full of adventures with the man of my dreams. We are so different yet so alike and I am grateful to have you in my life. Happy anniversary to you and us Ram.” Madhuri and Shriram tied the knot in 1999 in California. TARA SUTARIA c m y b They have two sons, Arin, 17, and Ryan, 15. The actress had taken a break from Bollywood until after nearly eight years she made a comeback on the big screen with Aaja Nachle in 2007. She was last seen in the 2019 film Kalank, which also starred Sanjay Dutt, Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur. Meanwhile, during the lockdown, she made a singing debut with her first English single titled, Candle.
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