They are doing well. The kind of budget the films are made in and what they are recovering is great. It's great in Marathi films too. Gulabjaam is a quirky role for Sonali (Kulkarni) to play. … [Read more...] about ‘I love making people laugh’
Briefly he talked of losing his mum, Princess Diana, but without special pleading or self-pity. It was refreshingly free of psychobabble. The simple message it left was that, when you fall into that abyss, you need your friends, your family and others who remind you why you are loved. … [Read more...] about PLATELL’S PEOPLE: How could Dominic Cummings undermine his own boss so selfishly?
'Everyday at 7pm in nyc, people open their window or stand on their fire escapes and bang pots and pans and howl and cheer on appreciation for our health care workers, grocery store workers, and delivery people,' the 49-year-old comedian - who boasts 15.5M social media followers - explained back on April 7. … [Read more...] about Sarah Silverman shares a laugh with pal Annie Segal during her nightly salute to NYC’s healthcare workers
— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) August 4, 2019 In the video, Jackie is seen speaking to waiting press and says everyone should plant tress. “Jhaad laga ke maine koi upkar nahin kiya Hindustan pe na duniye pe. Sab ka kaam hai lagane ka, lagao. Nahin lagaane ka hai, toh maro ja ke. Wahi hone wala hai; apun ko apne bachche ke bachche ka sochne ka hai. Apun ka dada kabar mein hai. Baaki bhi toh aayenge apne pilley; apna Tiger baba ka bhi chota Tiger aayega; aap logon ka aayega. Sab Tiger ghar mein hai... Toh samjha karo bhidu, unke liye apne ko chhodne ka jhaand paan, khana sahi, paani sahi, hawa sahi.. baaki logon ke dimaag mein zeher waise hi kam ho jayega... That’s what I am saying. Mere ko bolne ko nahin aata...” In essence, he says that planting trees is everybody’s responsibility and that we need to secure the future of generations that come after us, in his case he needs to think of his son Tiger Shroff and his son after that. … [Read more...] about Jackie Shroff’s talk on planting trees has Twitter laughing out loud, he gets named ‘Marathi Leonardo DiCaprio’. Watch
Riley and his wife have lived in Berlin for several years, a city in which he can go completely unnoticed, he says. Having a low profile as an actor is a good thing and a bad thing, he says. Good for the ease of day-to-day existence. Bad for jobs. "It's two-way. You need people to recognise you in the sense that you want the producers of films to have the perception that you are recognisable. Then you maybe have more chance to get the good parts. But as a person…" … [Read more...] about Sam Riley interview: ‘It’s going to be fun being in a film people might watch’