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    The Walt Disney Company, commonly known as Walt Disney or simply Disney, is an American diversified multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate headquartered at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California.

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    Aishwarya considers Mani Ratnam as her guru
    Entertainment

    Aishwarya considers Mani Ratnam as her guru

    Actress Aishwarya Rai-Bachchan, who has worked in Mani Ratnam films such as "Guru" and "Raavan", says that the veteran filmmaker is her guru, and that the decision to work with him is always an easy yes for her.

    Is Idina Menzel the evil stepmother of 'Cinderella'?
    Entertainment

    Is Idina Menzel the evil stepmother of 'Cinderella'?

    Grammy Award-winning actress Idina Menzel is in negotiations to join Camila Cabello in "Cinderella" as the evil stepmother.

    Emma Stone: Being 'Cruella' in new film was fun
    Entertainment

    Emma Stone: Being 'Cruella' in new film was fun

    Actress Emma Stone says her take on the infamous villain in the upcoming "Cruella" movie will be very distinctive.

    Here's why Tom Holland is taking a break from Instagram!
    Entertainment

    Here's why Tom Holland is taking a break from Instagram!

    Your friendly neighbourhood web-slinger will be missing in action on social media!

    Demi Lovato feels connected to God in Israel
    Entertainment

    Demi Lovato feels connected to God in Israel

    Demi Lovato seems to be having a peaceful time in Israel, revealing that she has never felt "such a sense of spirituality or connection to God".

    Four new directors join Walt Disney mation for new project
    Entertainment

    Four new directors join Walt Disney mation for new project

    It seems like Walt Disney mation is planning something big as the company on Tuesday (local time) appointed four filmmakers to create new mated projects.

    Spider-Man swings back into Marvel Cinematic Universe
    Entertainment

    Spider-Man swings back into Marvel Cinematic Universe

    Tom Holland's Spider-Man will not be leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After publicly parting ways, Sony Pictures and Marvel have struck a deal for one more movie.

    Joe Russo thinks Sony-Marvel split is 'big mistake'
    Entertainment

    Joe Russo thinks Sony-Marvel split is 'big mistake'

    The Russo Brothers recently opened up about the difficulties that were involved in getting Sony on board with Tom Holland as a part of 'Captain America: Civil War' and how the Marvel studio is making a mistake by preventing him to return following the split.

    Preparing for an attention deficit audience (Column: Talking Point)
    National

    Preparing for an attention deficit audience (Column: Talking Point)

    and too many alternate options of engagement are gradually eating into the time spent before the box. Although Ind still spend nearly four hours a day watching TV, the shift to alternate screens is happening fast. Broadcast TV now faces a media landscape which its once prime position is being threatened. A shift in socio-cultural preferences is igniting this change in viewing habits. Cord cutting, as the phenomenon of actually giving up your Cable or Satellite connection which is quite apparent in markets like the US, is now slowly making an entry into Indian homes. I know many people who now access all their news and entertainment via Internet and on demand is becoming more dynamic and democratic than ever before. As broadcasters, we can propagate programmes online and on demand, and if we can catch the viewers attention, they will be discussed and recommended by thousands of people on social networks in real time, becoming instantly accessible by new viewers.

    Apple unveils next-gen products, iPhones in India Sep 27
    Technology

    Apple unveils next-gen products, iPhones in India Sep 27

    Packing some interesting top-of-the-line features including long-lasting battery, Apple on Tuesday launched 3 iPhone 11 models, Watch Series 5 with an "Always-On Retina" display and a cheaper iPad, along with bolstering its Services offerings in subscription-based TV+ and Arcade gaming.

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