The aristocracy were treated to displays of beauty and brilliance by these ladies, but their veils concealed their scars of betrayal and loss from view.

Delhi, New: When Netflix unveiled their star-studded 2024 lineup, it was a testament to lady power. The trailer for Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s eagerly anticipated film “Heera Mandi: The Diamond Bazaar” was the first of the more than twenty new titles to premiere. One has always been fascinated by the story of Heeramandi’s courtesans. The aristocracy were treated to displays of beauty and brilliance by these ladies, but their veils concealed their scars of betrayal and loss from view.

The program, which stars Richa Chadha, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari, and Manisha Koira, also serves as the director’s internet premiere. The director, who was well-known for his delicate portrayal of the feminine gaze, had declared that this was his passion project.

25 years after the musical success Khamoshi, which the actor Manisha Koirala also directed, reunited with the director, he said, “It’s been amazing to see his journey, I have seen him grow as India’s finest filmmaker.”

Actor Aditi Rao Hydari described it as a transformative experience; they had previously collaborated in Padmavaat. He delves deeply into every aspect. He is fully immersed in the narrative and the character. There is so much more to it than elaborate sets and costumes. 

Kriti Sanon produces her first film, a thriller called “Do Patti.” The actor, who won the Best Actor award for the film “Mimi,” feels that going into production was a logical next step. “Starting my production company was a step in that direction. There comes a time in life when you wonder what comes next, what more.” Actor Kajol plays her in the erratic rollercoaster ride that is Do Patti.

Since we are all flawed individuals, I find the thriller genre to be really fascinating. My first thriller, Do Patti, is emotionally charged. I wasn’t getting to portray a multi-layered character after Mimi, so this was the part I really wanted to get my teeth into,” the actor remarked.

In the eagerly anticipated Phir Aayi Haseen Dilruba, the follow-up to the 2021 smash hit Haseen Dilruba, Taapsee Pannu makes a reappearance as the seductive Rani. Vikrant Massey returns in the movie, and Sunny Kaushal plays a new character. 

Taapsee Pannu remarked, “Rani is a bit more loving and stronger now.”

Kanika Dhillon acknowledges that although the romance between Rani and Rishu (Vikrant Massey) was captivating, there was never any consideration of writing a sequel. The author claims, “After I started writing, I found myself unraveling the layers of their relationship and delving deeper and deeper into them.”

Following Railway Men’s commercial success, Yash Raj Films announced a partnership with the streaming service Maharaj and Madala Murders, the digital debut of actress Vaani Kapoor.

“I can’t get enough thrilled for my online debut. The thriller and action movie Mandala Murders is something I have never done before, and it has allowed me to explore a character’s mind as they navigate a maze of mystery and suspense, which has been quite thrilling, the actor stated.

Riddhima Kapoor Sahani, the sister of Ranbir Kapoor, will debut on television in Fabulous Lives Bollywood Wives Season 3. Kalyani Chawla Saha and Shalini Passi, two well-known figures in Delhi’s social circles, have joined the jewelry designer. Riddhima laughed and answered, “I am a fence sitter,” to the age-old question of whether she preferred Delhi or Mumbai. She also added that her go-to meal was always vada pav with cutting chai.

Parineeti Chopra, who just tied the knot, will star alongside Diljit Dosanjh in the musical drama Chamkila. The story of well-known Punjabi musician Amar Singh Chamkila and his spouse Amarjyot is told in the movie. On March 8, 1988, the couple and the musicians in their band were killed. Imtiaz Ali has been the director of the. According to Diljit Dosanjh, this film offers a close-up and intimate look into the life of a common guy.

Parineeti openly acknowledged that she shared the stage with the music’s composer, AR Rahman, and that Diljit Dosanjh gave her a master class in acting and singing.

“In front of Diljit, I was a student. This position was very ideal. I never imagined that I would be a part of the tale that I had grown up hearing about Amarjyot and Chamika. It felt like a dream to me. A student of these legends, I became. She remarked, “I even used to work on my diction with Diljit.”

In the film Dabba Cartel, Jyotika and Shabana Azmi play five ladies who find themselves entangled in an array of unforeseen circumstances that take them on an exciting journey. The other highly anticipated program is produced by Excel Entertainment, which is owned by Farhan Akhtar.