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‘The Remix’ gave importance to my music know-how, not looks: Sunidhi Chauhan

The Remix, presented by Amazon Prime Video, will also feature composer Amit Trivedi and DJ Nucleya

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Sunidhi Chauhan ia also a judge in the show 'The Remix'. Wikimedia Commons
  • Sunidhi Chauhan will be seen as a judge on ‘The Remix’
  • Other judges will be Nucleya and Amit Trivedi
  • The show will stream on Amazon Prime

Singer Sunidhi Chauhan, who will be seen as a judge on the digital reality show The Remix, says shooting for it while she was pregnant was easy-going and enjoyable as emphasis was given to her musical knowledge over her looks.

Music should be about skills, not looks.
Music should be about skills, not looks.

The Remix, presented by Amazon Prime Video, will also feature composer Amit Trivedi and DJ Nucleya. It will start streaming on Friday.

Sunidhi was pregnant with her child. She delivered a boy in January. “The Remix came to me at a very special stage in my life – when I was expecting my first child. It is heartening to receive a warm welcome by the creators of the show. Moreover, they made the working atmosphere as easy-going for me as possible – it did not feel like I was on set putting in many long hours. What is truly remarkable is the fact that the importance was given to my musical know-how, and not how I looked on screen,” Sunidhi said in a statement.

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The show will feature on  Amazon Prime.
The show will feature on Amazon Prime.

Hosted by actor Karan Tacker, The Remix will have 10 teams each comprising a singer and music producer, who create their own unique sound of music and compete against each other.

An Amazon Prime Original, the show is created and produced by Greymatter Entertainment. IANS

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Delhi High Court Dismisses Plea Seeking Regulation on Netflix, Amazon Prime

The plea had also sought an order to the ministries to direct the online platforms "to remove legally restricted content with immediate effect"

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A gardener works on the lawns of the Supreme Court in New Delhi, India, Aug. 22, 2017. VOA

The Delhi High Court Friday dismissed a plea seeking framing of guidelines by government to regulate the functioning of online media streaming platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.

A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao rejected the petition after the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting informed it that online platforms are not required to obtain any licence from the ministry.

Central government standing counsel Vikram Jetly said the content on online platforms is not being regulated by the ministry.

The court had earlier made it clear that it was not issuing notice on the petition by NGO Justice for Rights Foundation but was only seeking the government’s response on the plea which also alleged that the online media streaming platforms show “uncertified, sexually explicit and vulgar” content.

In its plea filed through advocate Harpreet S Hora, the NGO had claimed that online media streaming platforms, that also include Hotstar, show content which is “unregulated and uncertified” for public viewing.

Netflix.

The court had asked the Centre’s counsel to seek instructions as to whether the alleged broadcasting on the online platforms is based on any licence or regulatory measures provided by government or any regulatory body.

The plea had claimed that television series like “Sacred Games”, “Game of Thrones” and “Spartacus”, shown on platforms like Netflix, contain “vulgar, profane, sexually explicit, pornographic, morally unethical and virulent” content which often “depict women in objectifying manner”.

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It had sought directions to the ministries of communication, information and broadcasting as well as law and justice to frame guidelines to regulate such platforms and the content they broadcast.

The plea had also sought an order to the ministries to direct the online platforms “to remove legally restricted content with immediate effect”. (IANS)