Aditya Ubare

Aditya Ubare

Entertainment writer covering Films, TV and the Web genre

Education: Bachelor’s in Mass Media, Advertising, Wilson College (Mumbai) | Aditya covers Films, TV and the Web genre of the Entertainment beat. He started his professional career with a stint in advertising as a Copywriter. After 4 years of life as a full-time copywriter in mainline and digital agencies, he switched to a freelance role, writing on films and web series. Over the course of 6 years as a freelance writer he has written features for Red Bull, Tinkle Comics, while writing scripts for ad films, corporate videos and short films. He continues to work and develop his concepts and scripts for films and TV. He also has acting credits in a few commercials and a short film to his name.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: The One Show That Thrashed Stereotypes To The Ground

In a world where sitcoms have usually found it difficult to find the balance between being genuinely funny and socially relevant, without sounding preachy or offensive, Brooklyn Nine-Nine comes in as a breath of fresh air and manages to do…

Stranger Things: Duffer Brothers Carry On Paying Tribute To Pop Culture

Netflix’s Strangers Things has given us way too many reasons to love it over the course of its 3 seasons. A group of bike-riding kids fighting a monster from another world called the Upside Down. A waffle-loving girl with telekinetic powers.

Amazon’s The Boys Beats All The Marvel And DC’s Superhero Shows

In a world of sugar-coated superhero content, where the heroes can do nothing wrong, and even if they do everything will be eventually fine

Watch Atleast One Of These Lesser-Known Offbeat Films This Weekend

In the world of online streaming platforms, there are two kinds of content– one is popular content which everyone is talking about, that is

Iconic Films That Lost Best Picture Oscar On A Coin Toss

Some Best Picture winners at the Oscars probably wouldn’t earn a nomination had they been made any other year. And then there are some iconic films which miss out on the Best Picture award because they were nominated alongside other iconic films.

Parasite Or Joker? ⁠— Preference Is A Question of Class

While Joker and Parasite seem to be dealing with different subjects, their actions and consequences are closely related to class struggles.