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Sumanta Bose assumes expanded leadership role as business head for Star Plus and Star Utsav

He will directly report to Gaurav Banerjee, Head of TV and Disney+Hotstar Content Studio.

Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi is back: Who will watch, who will advertise?

Earlier this week, Star started re-telecasting the 20-year-old soap at 5 pm, daily. Will it fetch an audience by appointment?

What are the new tenets of storytelling amidst a dark reality?

Should content reflect the devastation all around us or try to create cheer? Storytellers on TV and OTT discuss this puzzle.

As filming halts in Maharashtra, producers shoot daily soaps in Hyderabad, Goa, Gujarat

The ban on filming in Maharashtra is till April 30, some channels are airing episodes of 'Ramayan', 'Balika Vadhu' from archives while few continue to film fresh content.

Filming in Maharashtra shut till May 1; Broadcasters might have to air reruns again

The Government of Maharashtra imposed restrictions on shooting for films, TV shows, advertisements

ITC launches ‘5 STAR Kitchen ITC Chef’s Special’ On Star Plus every Saturday & Sunday 11am

The 12 episode series will be aired on Hotstar & the STAR TV Network across 33 channels in 7 languages - Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bangla and Malayalam.

Gear up to watch Sushant Singh Rajput’s performance in his last film ‘Dil Bechara’ on 9th August only on Star Plus

The movie is an adaptation of the bestselling novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’.

Nayi Shuruaat Nayi Kahani – Star Plus set to enthrall the audience, brings back its original shows

In the last 100 odd days, the channel struck the right chord with its viewers with Mahabharat and Ramayan.

Stakeholders reach an agreement; Television programmes to start shooting fresh episodes

Indian Film and Television Producers Council (IFTPC) met CINTAA and FWICE following which the stakeholders issued a joint statement and announced that all issues have been solved and the shooting can resume immediately.

The enduring magic of Ramayan and Mahabharat on Indian TV

India's top content creators explain why these epics will always captivate Indians, even if the production quality seems shoddy. Because TV is a storyteller's medium.