Cinepolis, the Mexican-run group that is the world's fifth largest cinema operator, has acquired India's Fun Cinemas chain,
Film London's micro-budget film making scheme Microwave is going international.
Indian studio Viacom 18 has signed a letter of intent with Chinese companies Taihe Entertainment Corporation and Shinework Media to co-produce "Kung-Fu Yoga".
Reliance Entertainment, the Indian corporation that is a major investor in DreamWorks Studios, is planning to ramp up its mobile gaming business.
Reality TV superstar Kim Kardashian is to make a guest appearance on Indian reality show "Bigg Boss."
Profits at Indian animation producer DQ Entertainment were all but wiped out in the first half of its financial year.
Indian film distributor Eros International saw revenues increase by 12% in the six months to September, but profits tumbled by 80%.
Wong Kar Wai will be conferred a lifetime achievement award at the International Film Festival of India, Goa
Arun Jaitley has been appointed India's Minister for Information and Broadcasting. He replaces Prakash Javadekar.
Epic, a new TV channel venture that will try to address the Indian mass market but without serving up a grid full of soap operas, will finally launch on Nov 18.
Bharti SoftBank, a joint venture between India's Bharti Enterprises and Japan's SoftBank, has taken a 36.5% stake in Indian startup ScoopWhoop.