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  1. British PM Boris Johnson seeks to shore up his position by setting out a raft of new policies to senior ministers
  2. There is no doubt that Ranbir Kapoor is a big Bollywood star. Since making his big debut in Saawariya, the actor has over the years proven his mettle by doing wonderful projects like Rockstar, Tamasha, and others. © Prime Video Ranbir has obviously not been seen in a while in theatres, but his long-stalled project Brahmastra is finally getting a release, with his real-life girlfriend and Bollywood star Alia Bhatt starring in it as well. As you know, Ranbir is as close to a Bollywood prince as there is, with the actor being born in the Kapoor Khaandaan. Now, with the actor planning to get married to Alia, the couple might just be another dynasty. © BCCL However, while the actor is well known in Bollywood, it's not the same in Hollywood, and there was an unfortunate incident that Ranbir had to face a couple of years ago. The actor revealed on The Kapil Sharma Show back in 2016 that he once saw Hollywood star Natalie Portman on the streets of New York, and asked her for a photograph. © Reuters Natalie is about to star in the Marvel film Thor: Love And Thunder alongside Chris Hemsworth and Christian Bale. As it turns out, Ranbir's request was rejected with Natalie even telling him to 'get lost'. Speaking about his account, Ranbir said, “Main New York ki sadak pe chal raha tha. Main bhaag raha tha actually, mujhe bohot zor ki bathroom aa rahi thi. Main bhaag raha tha hotel ki taraf aur woh phone pe baat karte hue aise guzar rahi thi. Nazar mili toh maine socha, ‘Yaar, yeh toh Natalie Portman hai.’ Toh main ghoom ke bhaag ke aaya aur kaha, ‘Ek photo, ek photo’ (I was running on the streets of New York, towards my hotel, because I wanted to use the restroom. And I noticed her passing by, talking on the phone. I realized that she was Natalie Portman so I turned around, ran to her, and asked for a picture),” said Ranbir. He also revealed that while he was heartbroken, he realized that the actress had actually been crying, which is when she told him to ‘get lost’. “Par aisa nahi hai ki main kuch kum fan ban gaya. Kal bhi agar woh mujhe sadak pe mil jaaye, toh main bolunga, ‘Ek photo, ek photo’ (It is not like this made me any less of a fan than I already was. If I bumped into her on the street tomorrow, I would again ask her for a picture).” said Ranbir. Ranbir will also be seen in the upcoming film Animal alongside Rashmika Mandanna. Source: The Indian Express View the full article
  3. Manisha Koirala was among the most popular Bollywood actresses of the 90s. During that era, the actress gave a lot of memorable performances including Khamoshi, Dil Se among others. Just like her strong performances, the actress’ love life too stayed in the limelight. Well, her most controversial affair was with Nana Patekar, who was already married and 20-years older than her. View this post on Instagram Nana and Manisha met on the sets of their film Agni Sakshi in 1996 and fell in love. At that time, the actress had just ended her relationship with actor Vivek Mushran. Nana's menacing charisma was too much for her to resist. As they started filming for the movie, the two began dating in secret. After Agni Sakshi, the duo teamed up again for Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Khamoshi and the news about their off-screen chemistry spread like a wildfire back then. Manisha ultimately admitted that she and Nana were in a relationship, and the actor too acknowledged it. At that time, Nana and his wife Neelakanti were living separately. View this post on Instagram Nana and Manisha are both known for their fiery personalities and they often used to fight with each other. They were in love with each other, however, Nana wasn't ready to marry Manisha. There was a buzz that he was involved with actress Ayesha Jhulka as well. Their relationship went downhill when Manisha reportedly caught Nana with Jhulka in a closed room. Despite her anger towards Nana, the Sanju actress first screamed at Ayesha. When Manisha first saw them together, she supposedly said to Ayesha, "Get off my man, you bi**h". Both Ayesha and Nana fiercely denied any romantic relationship. Post this incident, Manisha moved on in life and Nana too never went back to her to rekindle their relationship. Another reason behind their breakup was Nana's refusal to marry Manisha. View this post on Instagram Later, the actor confessed missing Manisha in an interview with Filmfare and said, "She is the most sensitive actress around. She is like a kasturi hiran, she still needs to realise that she doesn't need to keep pace with anyone. She has it all and that's more than enough. I can barely hold back the tears when I see what she's doing to herself. Maybe I don't have anything to say about her today! A break-up is a very difficult phase. You have to experience it to know the pain. I can't describe the pain I went through. Please, let's not talk about this. I miss Manisha!" On the Bollywood front, both Nana and Manisha aren't too active currently. While Manisha was last seen in the English film India Sweets and Spices, Nana's last release was the long-delayed It's My Life. The film was released in 2020. Source: Pinkvilla View the full article
  4. A former palace staff revealed some shocking details about Prince Andrew which then triggered criticism
  5. Being a journalist is not an easy job. One has to constantly be on the lookout for problematic statements and analogies while reporting, and that can get tricky. Especially, when one potentially has a hidden set of biases, it can be all too difficult to hide them in the backdrop of public discourse. via GIPHY NPR's India correspondent Lauren Frayer clearly didn't get that memo, as is evident from her recent social media gaffe. Lauren tweeted a video of a train burglary in LA, where looted stuff was strewn all around - right from unopened Amazon packages to COVID testing kits. However, it was the caption she used that ended up triggering the entirety of desi Twitter, and rightfully so. At first glance, I thought this was India https://t.co/b4aP0Xzxes — Lauren Frayer (@lfrayer) January 14, 2022 Lauren, in her tweet, used the caption: 'At first glance, I thought this was India' - and got flooded with sassy responses by Indians immediately, who were having none of this unjustified, pointless bias on their feeds. Take a look at some of them here. At first glance, I thought this was India https://t.co/b4aP0Xzxes — Lauren Frayer (@lfrayer) January 14, 2022Le Rihanna and Greta* pic.twitter.com/FSiJWY1Via — Bankock wale (@madarnia_gandhi) January 15, 2022Well, you won’t find such thievery in India. We litter. Not steal out trains. It’s all American characteristic I guess! — Leo Saldanha (@leofsaldanha) January 15, 2022 Some people took it really personally, and went all up in arms, but one would say the harm here qualifies as self-inflicted, won't they! pic.twitter.com/vNcoEAcWiz — Long Live The People (@LongLive_ThePpl) January 15, 2022And At second glance, you realised "oh, it's a mirror" .... — Abey Kuruwila (@kuruwila) January 15, 2022If this is the sort of thing you say when you know thousands of people are watching, I can't begin to imagine what you're like in private. — Jingalls (@Jinga11s) January 15, 2022Even at first glance, I didn't think you were journalist. — Sivaram Pratapa (@SivaramPratapa) January 14, 2022While people are amazed that such a blatant display of not so hidden bias is still out there at large, they find it almost unbelievable that she still has not deleted that tweet. Some people even expressed their concern over the fact that if she can be this brazen on a public platform in terms of having personal biases against the same country that she corresponds to, what she must believe or express is private is anybody's guess. While public bashing or trolling of anyone is uncalled for, perhaps journalists should do better in terms of editing their opinions dispassionately while keeping their personal biases aside, in order to avoid it. View the full article
  6. Vikrant Massey has some exciting movies lined up for next year. These include the likes of Haseen Dilruba, Love Hostel, and 14 Phere. After proving his talent in the hit OTT series Mirzapur, we can't wait to see him in the upcoming features. View this post on Instagram Also, after delivering stellar performances in films like Cargo, Dolly Kitty Aur Woh Chamakte Sitare, and Ginny Weds Sunny, if there is one thing that Vikrant has in common with his characters IRL, it's his unique sense of style with a few quirky elements here and there. For instance, while Vikrant sticks to solids and neutrals, once in a while, he's experiment with something eyebrow-raising like extra-loose pants. Take a look at his outfit here: © Viral Bhayani He was seen wearing a Jack and Jones T-shirt with a pair of blue shorts with tights underneath them. He also threw on the signature cap that he usually wears whenever he steps out. View the full article
  7. Ireland claimed six wickets before tea but were later pegged back on their first day of Test cricket. Photo: AFPNot even a spirited late-order recovery by Pakistan could dent Ireland's pride as their men's side finally made a long-awaited Test...
  8. Actress Jennifer Lawrence poses for photographers on the red carpet at the UK premiere of 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2' at Leicester Square in London, Britain, November 5, 2015. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor/Files (Please note the strong language in the fifth paragraph) LOS ANGELES: Jennifer Lawrence on Wednesday blasted a controversy over a photo of her wearing a plunging black dress outside on a cold London day as sexist, ridiculous, and ?not feminism?. The Oscar-winning star, 27, said in a Facebook posting that she was also ?extremely offended? by what she called the ?utterly ridiculous? reaction on social and mainstream media to the photo, taken as part of promotions for her upcoming movie Red Sparrow. The picture, taken outdoors on a bitter winter?s day in London earlier this week, showed a bare-shouldered Lawrence wearing a black gown, while actor Jeremy Irons and three fellow cast members donned thick wool coats. Many commentators saw the photo as a reflection of the pressure on women in Hollywood to look good, particularly given Lawrence?s previous outspoken criticism of the gender pay gap in the movie industry. ?True equality means either Jennifer Lawrence getting a coat, or Jeremy Irons having to pose for a photo call in assless chaps,? tweeted London journalist Helen Lewis. Australian journalist Stephanie Peatling remarked on Twitter that it was ?cold enough that the bloke actors have to wear coats and scarves to their press call and yet poor Jennifer Lawrence is wearing a small amount of fabric some might call a dress.? Lawrence, one of the most sought-after actresses in Hollywood, was having none of it. ?That Versace dress was fabulous, you think I?m going to cover that gorgeous dress up with a coat and a scarf? I was outside for 5 minutes. I would have stood in the snow for that dress because I love fashion and that was my choice,? she wrote on Facebook. ?This is sexist, this is ridiculous, this is not feminism,? she added. ?It?s creating silly distractions from real issues. Get a grip people.? Red Sparrow ? a thriller in which Lawrence plays a Russian spy, opens worldwide next week.
  9. Image Courtesy: The United States Air Force Academy website WASHINGTON: The head of the US Air Force Academy has delivered an unequivocal rebuke to bigots after the discovery of racist graffiti on campus, telling them, "You need to get out." "If you're outraged by those words, then you're in the right place," Lieutenant General Jay Silveria said in an address to cadets, faculty, and staff at the academy in Colorado Springs, footage of which has since gone viral. "You should be outraged not only as an airman but as a human being," the academy's superintendent said. ?Check out Lieutenant General Jay Silveria's comments in the video clip at the end of this story Five African-American students at the Academy's Preparatory School found racist comments on dormitory message boards earlier this week. One posted an image on Facebook showing a whiteboard with "Go home, nigger" written on it, and parents then alerted faculty. "That kind of behaviour has no place at the Prep School, has no place at USAFA (US Air Force Academy), and it has no place in the United States Air Force," Silveria said. "If you can't treat someone from another race or different colour skin with dignity and respect, then you need to get out," he said. At the close of his remarks, the general invited those gathered to take out their phones and record his message. If "you need my words, then you keep these words, and you use them and you remember them and you share them and you talk about them: If you can't treat someone with dignity and respect, then get out." Back on August 17 ? when he assumed leadership of the Academy ? Silveria said one of his three goals was boosting a culture of respect and dignity. ?If you want to find a red line with me, it will be in the area of respect and dignity,? he said, according to a press release on the USAFA website, adding that ?what you do is so critical and I?ve known what you do for decades.? US Senator John McCain ? a former naval officer who was held captive in Vietnam ? tweeted a video of Silveria's remarks, saying that it was an "important statement." Backdrop of racial tension "I agree, there's no place for racism or bigotry in our military or this great nation," McCain said. The graffiti ? and Silveria's reply ? come at a time of heightened focus on racism in the United States, a context he noted in his speech. "We would? be tone-deaf not to think about the backdrop of what's going on in our country, things like Charlottesville and Ferguson, the protests in the NFL," he said. In mid-August, top military officers offered strong condemnation of racism after a violent neo-Nazi and white supremacist rally over the removal of a Confederate statue in Charlottesville, Virginia. One woman was killed ? when an avowed white supremacist ploughed his car into a crowd of people after the Charlottesville rally turned violent ? and numerous demonstrators were injured during the events of August 11 and 12. The response of senior officers was in contrast to that of President Donald Trump, who suggested there was blame "on both sides," and that there were "very fine people" among the white supremacist protesters ? remarks that were widely criticized. There have been heightened calls for the removal of other Confederate statues in the wake of the violence. Ferguson is a suburb of St Louis that became the focus of national attention following the 2014 police killing of Michael Brown, which sparked demonstrations and a heavy-handed police response. Protesters have recently taken to the streets in St Louis amid outrage over the acquittal of a white former police officer in the shooting death of a black man. And NFL players are protesting against racism by kneeling during the national anthem before games ? protests that have drawn repeated criticism from Trump.
  10. Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore NEW YORK: Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore is trading screen time for the stage in a one-man show now on Broadway that is a call to action over the current state of US politics. The show, "The Terms of My Surrender," uses Moore's satirical brand of humour to target US President Donald Trump and encourage liberals to turn resentment over Trump and the Republican political agenda into actual resistance. "This guy's going to get us all killed. There's nobody in charge. This man (Trump) has the nuclear codes," Moore, 63, told Reuters Television in an interview on Thursday. "I'm hoping somebody in the Pentagon is protecting us. Like, whatever's in that nuclear briefcase it's just some girlfriend's phone number or something. I'm just hoping that it's not the real numbers because we're in desperate shape here," said Moore, a longtime liberal and a harsh critic of Trump. Moore's show varies each night. On Tuesday, he invited the audience to board buses and join him after the performance in a wider protest under way outside Trump Tower on nearby Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, where the president had arrived a day earlier to stay at his high-rise home for the first time since taking office in January. Moore, who won an Oscar in 2003 for his gun violence documentary "Bowling for Columbine," said he had always wanted to bring the ideas from his films to a live theatre audience. "By the end of this run, 100,000 people would have seen the show. And each of them will tell 10 people things I said or did here tonight. That's a million people I've reached through a Broadway show," he said. Moore said that far from being depressed by the actions of Trump and events in Washington in the two weeks since starting the show, he has drawn strength from his appearances. "Every night, when I leave here, I feel like my soul has been healed a little, that I have less despair, that I'm a little bit more hopeful that we're going to figure this out," he said. "The Terms of My Surrender" is scheduled to run at the Belasco Theatre in New York until Oct. 22.
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