Jennifer Lopez reveals Ben's simple, meaningful message engraved on her engagement ring
In a new interview with Zane Lowe for Apple Music, the 'Let's Get Loud' hitmaker, 53, opened up about the sentimental engraving on her ring - a green stone placed on a silver band, reports People magazine. It's a simple yet meaningful three-worded message from the Oscar winner, 50, proclaiming his longtime love for Lopez: "not.going.anywhere."
'Liger' money laundering probe: Vijay Devarakonda appears before ED
As per sources, Vijay Devarakonda is being questioned about sources of funding for the movie, his remuneration and payments made to other actors including American boxer Mike Tyson. The ED officials had grilled film director Puri Jagannadh and actor-turned-producer Charmme Kaur on November 17.
'Fauda' director Rotem Shamir's 'No Man's Land' season 2 takes off in Morocco
Series regulars Melanie Thierry ('The Princess of Montpensier'), Souheila Yacoub ('Rise') and James Krishna Floyd ('The Good Karma Hospital') will reprise their characters and new cast members include Leo Hatton ('Rate Me') and Zed Josef ('The Disguise'). Season 2 is set amidst the ongoing Syrian civil war and follows a female freedom fighter group and the portrayal of radicalised westerners who join ISIS.
Oscars 2023 will include all 23 categories presented live on air
The news comes after eight different Oscar categories -- original score, makeup and hairstyling, documentary short, film editing, production design, animated short, live action short and sound -- were cut from the main telecast at the 2022 Academy Awards, leading to much outrage across the film industry.
'Bigg Boss 16': Shalin Bhanot says 'I am not interested in you' to Tina
Sunny Nanasaheb Waghchoure and Sanjay Gujar, who entered as wild cards, reflected on Shalin's gameplay and this affected him. In Tuesday's episode, the two new entrants popularly known as the "golden guys" were discussing the show with Shiv Thakare and others. Shalin joined and asked "Kaun kaun se daag lage hai mere daaman mein?"
Kanye-Kim settle divorce suit; Kim to get $200K every month for child support
As a part of the settlement, the 'Donda' artist has been ordered to pay Kim $200,000 monthly in child support, reports aceshowbiz.com In the court documents, it is stated that the former couple will get joint custody with "equal access" to their four kids - 9-year-old North, 6-year-old Saint, 4-year-old Chicago and 3-year-old Psalm.
'KBC 14' contestant impresses Big B with her parenting style, funny conversation
A tuition teacher from Maharashtra's Chikhli took over the hotseat and talked about her family life, especially her son Vashisht and how she "invests" her time in his upbringing. Big B was impressed by the word she used for nurturing her child. He said: "You used a very good word when you said 'I invest my time with Vashisht'," adding that "You will get interest later when you invest in him now."
Karan Johar avenges Farah Khan's dig at his fashion sense, says she has made 'giant leaps'
An exhibit of the same was seen on Tuesday night at the International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA) media event in Mumbai. The duo was on stage when both of them decided to bring their sassy sides out and diss each other in a fun banter in front of the media fraternity. As it was revealed that the two will be the hosts for the 'IIFA Rocks' event, KJo told Farah in jest that she has an impeccable fashion sense and she has taken 'giant leaps' in the fashion arena.
Prove it's propaganda and I'll stop making films: Vivek Agnihotri
Agnihotri prefaced his challenge with an emotional statement where, mixing rhetoric with debatable facts, he pointed out that he was used to such comments by "terrorist organisations, urban naxals and people who wish to make 'tukde tukde' out of India". The director said he found it surprising that "someone who had been invited by the Government of India, speaking from a forum created by the Government of India, chose to back the narrative of terrorists who wish to separate Kashmir from India" and certain people living in India then amplified the message because it suited their ideology.
Will Smith appears on 'The Daily Show' in first late-night interview since Oscars slap
Promoting his new historical drama "Emancipation," Actor Will Smith's conversation with the late-night host naturally dug into his Oscars night controversy, in which he slapped Chris Rock onstage as the comedian was introducing the category of best documentary feature.