Delhi Crime trailer: Netflix series fictionalises the 2012 Delhi gang-rape case
Netflix released the trailer of the first season of its new web show Delhi Crime, which is a fictionalised depiction of the 2012 Delhi gang rape case. Starring Shefali Shah, Adil Hussain, Rasika Dugal and Rajesh Tailang, it begins streaming on March 22.
The first season of Netflix series Delhi Crimes is set to revive the memories of the 2012 Delhi gang-rape case that shook the nation. The trailer of the web show, which released today, shows a fictionalised depiction of the inquiry into the crime, seen through the lens of the investigating team led by police officer Vartika Chaturvedi (Shefali Shah).
Its trailer begins with Shefali's Vartika coming face-to-face with the crime that she calls “heinous” and “insanity” after she finds a girl on the roadside who has presumably been gang-raped. Thus begins a search for the culprits.
As Varthika opens layers of the crime through her investigation, she realises things aren't as simple as they seem. The story also shows her strength as she tries hard to not allow her emotional and vulnerable self affect her duty.
Delhi Crime is written and directed by Indo-Canadian filmmaker Richie Mehta. Also starring Adil Hussain, Rasika Dugal and Rajesh Tailang, the first season of the series captures the complexities of the investigation and the toll it took on the investigating team to bring the perpetrators to justice.
Delhi Crime, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival 2019, is produced by Golden Karavan and Ivanhoe Pictures. Its first season premieres on Netflix on March 22.
Captain Marvel rockets to historic 455 million dollars debut at the worldwide box office
Captain Marvel is already one of the biggest blockbusters ever led by a woman. Brie Larson's Carol Danvers, a character who first debuted in Marvel Comics in 1968, had never before made it into the movies and was previously lesser known than many Marvel heroes.
Captain Marvel, Marvel Studios' first female-fronted superhero movie, launched with 153 million dollars domestically and 455 million dollars globally, according to studio estimates Sunday, making it one of the biggest blockbusters ever led by a woman.
Brie Larson's Carol Danvers, a character who first debuted in Marvel Comics in 1968, had never before made it into the movies and was previously lesser known than many Marvel heroes. But Captain Marvel, which came in at the high end of the Walt Disney Co.'s expectations, ranks as one of Marvel's most successful character debuts.
Only The Avengers movies, Black Panther, Captain America: Civil War and Iron Man 3 have opened better in the Marvel cinematic universe.
“She definitely pushed us higher, further, faster,” said Disney distribution chief Cathleen Taff.
.Captain Marvel rocketed up other record books, too. It sets a new worldwide mark for a film directed or co-directed by a woman. Captain Marvel was helmed by the filmmaking team of Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, who previously made the indies “Half Nelson” and “Mississippi Grind.”
It's the sixth largest worldwide debut ever. The only movie with a female lead that's opened better globally was Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which grossed 529 million dollars when it debuted in 2015.
Both J.Lo and A-Rod posted photos of the former New York Yankee holding her hand, which bore a massive diamond sparkler on it. Plus, her nails were appropriately painted white.It looked as if there was a bonfire going in the background. How romantic!
The couple is currently on a romantic getaway in Bakers Bay where their days are filled with white sand beaches, palm trees and warm weather. A-Rod perhaps hinted at his engagement on Saturday in one of his Instagram Story moments. He shared an excerpt from a poem called "Soulmate" that was most definitely in honor of his now-fiancée.
"A soulmate isn't someone who completes you. No, a soulmate is someone who inspires you to complete yourself," the poem says. "A soulmate is someone who loves you with so much conviction, and so much heart, that it is nearly impossible to doubt just how capable you are of becoming exactly who you have always wanted to be."
J.Lo's longtime manager Benny Medina told E! News, "Jennifer and Alex are engaged!" and confirmed the news.
The happy couple has been together for about two years and hardly shy away from professing their love for each other on social media and in public. On their two-year anniversary , J.Lo posted a sweet tribute to her man on Instagram. It said, "You make my world a more beautiful safe and stable place... in the midst of our ever-changing, ever-moving life...you make me feel like a teenager starting out all over again..."
A-Rod offered up just as much of a loving account on his Instagram profile on their big anniversary. "I can't believe it's been two years. Only 730 days, which have flown by, but it feels like we have been together forever. We are meant to be, and how much you mean to me cannot be put into words," he wrote out. "From baseball games, to traveling across the world to shows in Vegas. We have done it all together and every moment with you is cherished. Where this road will take us next is unknown but there is no one else I would rather have by my side. The journey is just beginning and I am excited for what's ahead."
She even referred to the "twin" comment during the 2018 MTV VMAs when she accepted the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard award. She thanked her "twin soul" during her speech and added, "The universe is infinite, as what we can accomplish together, with love, trust and understanding."
Indeed, their journey is just beginning!