Elizabeth Debicki on how menacing fame can be as she plays Diana in 'The Crown'
The 32-year-old actress Elizabeth Debicki - who plays the late royal in the latest series of Netflix drama 'The Crown' - says she's never been interested in being a celebrity but her latest role made her realise just how difficult fame can be for someone like Diana who was struggling with her personal life, reports aceshowbiz.com.
Big B drew inspiration from the works of Dilip Kumar, Waheeda Rehman
In a conversation with the contestant Cindy Raycel Rodrigues, a 23-year-old student, pursuing Masters in Management Studies, he revealed about his celebrity choices and inspirations. Big B said that he was inspired by the body of work that the two actors have. He later talked about Waheeda's beauty and said that he always found that she had a unique 'Indianness' to her and she was very 'down to Earth and simple'.
WATCH | Anupam Kher weighs in on 'The Kashmir Files' row, attacks '#Toolkit gang'
Tweeting in Hindi, Anupam Kher said: "The truth of 'The Kashmir files' is stuck like a thorn in the throat of some people. They are neither able to swallow it, nor spit it out! Their soul is dead and they are desperately struggling to prove the film's truth as a lie. But our film is now a movement, not a film. The despicable #Toolkit gang, keep trying!"
As storm rages over 'The Kashmir Files', 'X' on his luggage upsets Vivek Agnihotri
The director took to Twitter and shared his concern with the minister, saying, "Dear @JM_Scindia ji, Please stop this pathetic system of marking bags at Mumbai airport with an 'X' made with chalk." He then added that how this practice projects India in a bad light globally as fliers from all over the world see their luggage on the conveyor belt marked with an 'X'.
Ayushmann calls Malaika, Nora India's biggest dancing stars
Ayushmann further says, "I have tried to match steps with them and this experience will be forever memorable for me because I have danced my heart out for the first time in a film and had so much fun! Dancing like this in my films was part of my bucket list for sure and I'm amazed that it got fulfilled with Malaika Arora and Nora Fatehi."
'BB 16': Housemates can now reclaim lost Rs 25 lakhs from winning prize money
With this task spanning across days, the voice of Bigg Boss announces the new entry of Golden Guys, Sunny Nanasaheb Waghchoure and Sanjay Gujar in the show. For this task, the activity area is designed as a safe that has a mountain of gold coins worth Rs. 25 lakhs and the contestants must uncover a seven-digit passcode to crack it open. These seven digits are hidden in the items made of gold in the house.
Delhi lawyer files complaint against Nadav Lapid for comments on 'The Kashmir Files'
Lapid was the Jury Chairman of the International Competition section of the International Film Festival of India, which was held at Panaji, Goa on Monday. "We were, all of us, disturbed and shocked by the 15th film, The Kashmir Files. That felt to us like a propaganda, vulgar movie, inappropriate for an artistic competitive section of such a prestigious film festival," Lapid had said during his closing speech.
'BB 16': 'Golden boys' Sunny Nanasaheb Waghchoure, Sanjay Gujar to enter as wildcard
Sunny Nanasaheb Waghchoure, Sanjay Gujar, known as the 'Golden Boys' will be stepping into the controversial reality show. The channel Colors dropped a promo about the wildcard entry on Instagram. It showed two men standing with dozens of gold chains on their neck. One even had "Nana" written on it. The caption read: "Golden entry ke saath Hum aa rahe hai Bigg Boss ke ghar mein bannkar Wildcard?"
Jury member distances himself from Nadav Lapid's criticism
Clarifying his position, Sen said: "Whatever has been said by IFFI 2022 Jury Chairman Mr Nadav Lapid about the film 'The Kashmir Files' from the stage of the closing ceremony of 53rd IFFI was completely his personal opinion."
Spanish film 'I Have Electric Dreams' wins Golden Peacock at IFFI
The closing ceremony of IFFI was held at the Shyama Prasad Mukherjee indoor stadium in Taleigao on Monday. The 53rd edition of IFFI witnessed participation of filmmakers and cinema lovers from across the globe. Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur, MoS I&B L. Murugan, MoS Tourism Shripad Naik, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.