In the midst of a hectic daily schedule, it’s easy to miss important updates about your favourite show or drama or the latest activity from your star, so we’ve compiled a list of recent entertainment news from Bollywood, Hollywood, regional to the big screen, and small screen to OTT that you may have missed.
In the latest news, the increasing popularity of Jawan has led to a significant surge in pirated content, including clips and the entire film, being illicitly shared on various online platforms. In response to this issue SRK's team have finally taken action.
Here are some quick reads to keep you up to date.
Entertainment Quick Read
Complaint Filed Against Those Selling Pirated Copies Of Jawan
The increasing popularity of Jawan has led to a significant surge in pirated content, including clips and the entire film, being illicitly shared on various online platforms. In response to this issue, Shah Rukh Khan's Red Chillies Entertainment has taken stringent measures against those individuals who share these clips or upload them on social media platforms.
The production house has engaged multiple anti-piracy agencies to actively identify and pursue individuals and groups involved in such activities. Subsequently, these individuals were reported to the police for legal action due to their involvement in spreading piracy.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu-Starrer Kushi Locks OTT Release Date
Vijay Deverakonda and Samantha Ruth Prabhu delighted their fans with the release of their recent film, Kushi, on September 1. This romantic drama marked a significant release for both actors, garnering an impressive box office collection of Rs 70 crore within the first five days. However, with the arrival of Shah Rukh Khan's Jawan in theatres, Kushi began to experience a decline in business. In response to this, the film's producers have reportedly locked the OTT release date, with Netflix securing the streaming rights after a substantial payment. Audiences can expect to stream the film either on September 30 or October 4.
Ellen DeGeneres Returns To Television
Ellen DeGeneres is making a television comeback over a year after her daytime show ended, but this time in a unique role. She's presenting a two-hour documentary special titled Saving the Gorillas: Ellen's Next Adventure on the Discovery Channel. This documentary, showcasing her deep passion for animals, is scheduled to premiere on September 23 at 8 p.m. on Discovery Channel, with an encore presentation on World Gorilla Day, September 24 at 10 p.m. on Animal Planet. Additionally, the documentary will be available for streaming on Discovery+ and Max.
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