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  1. Taylor Swift's 'Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions' will drop onto the streaming platform Disney+
  2. Angelina Jolie is directing a movie which will star Tom Hardy as a British photographer
  3. The head of marketing for SDDYY introduced that Parwaaz Hai Junoon is a military film that has aroused a heated discussion among Chinese viewers
  4. Vicious trolling is obviously a horrible, yet common, thing online, especially Twitter and the anonymity that the internet provides has given some people so much confidence to spew hate without caring about the consequences. One person who gets way more than his fair share of hate and trolling online is Abhishek Bachchan. He's often seen replying to these random people on Twitter in the most humble and gentlemanly way possible. But, even when he's proved time and again that he's actually genuinely a nice person, the trolls still haven't stopped. © Twitter He may not be the best actor, and he may be here in the limelight just because of his father, he's still always stayed true to himself. After spending all his life being compared to the great Amitabh Bachchan, it would be hard for anyone. But, he's always maintained that he too had a tough time in the industry and for a change, his struggle is actually understandable. © Instagram In a recent interview with IANS, he said, "The fact is he has never picked up the phone on anyone. He has never made a film for me. On the contrary, I have produced a film for him, called Paa." Yes, he may be the son of one of the biggest stars in the country, he never actually had his father financing his debut or doing anything after that to push his career further. It's a big trend to hate on nepotism and everything, but we have to give this one to Junior B. © Instagram Of course, he got work because of the Bachchan name, but that also only took him so far. So, I feel like overall, he's not the biggest offender in the nepotism debate. View the full article
  5. Harry Styles and his co-star Chris Pine were seen on the set hours before when the production came to an halt
  6. Bhumi Pednekar had to search for jobs and was taken as a casting assistant by Yash Raj Films later
  7. Conjuring fans, here’s some good news! The popular horror franchise is all set to roll out its third instalment for the OG horror film. While the previous instalments have increased all of our expectations multifold, this one is also based on a real-life story. Excited much? View the full article
  8. For the uninformed, former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan is set to mark his acting debut with the much-awaited supernatural thriller Tamil film Cobra. © Reuters The film features ‘Chiyan’ Vikram in the lead role and he has multiple avatars in this thriller. It is, in fact, Ajay’s third directorial. © Instagram/real chiyan On the occasion of the former cricketer’s birthday on Tuesday, the makers unveiled a character poster of him from the film. Helmed by Ajay Gnanamuthu, Irfan makes his debut as the antagonist in Cobra. Sharing the first glimpse of Irfan’s character, Ajay had tweeted, “Wish you many more happy returns of the day dear @IrfanPathan sir. Super happy to have met and worked with such a warm and a caring person like you. Wishing you only the best in the year ahead (sic).” Wish you many more happy returns of the day dear ⁦⁦@IrfanPathan⁩ sir ️ ️ Super happy to have met and worked with such a warm and a caring person like you.. Wishing you only the besttt in the year ahead #Cobra ⁦⁩ ⁦#HBDIrfanpathan ⁦#AslanYilmaz pic.twitter.com/JBwIlbzGJM — Ajay Gnanamuthu (@AjayGnanamuthu) October 27, 2020 Irfan has a significant role to play in this film. He plays a character called Aslan Yilmaz - a French Interpol officer. Produced by 7 Screen Studio in association with Viacom 18 Studios, the project went on the floors in August 2019 and the makers are hopeful to release it next year. “This film will be a pan-Indian project catering to the Tamil, Hindi and Telugu audience. It will be produced on a massive scale in association with Viacom 18 Motion Pictures. The cast and technicians will have big names of all industries collaborating for this film,” read a statement from the makers. Earlier in July this year, Irfan took to his Twitter handle and wrote, “What an Interpol officer doing in Kolkata?" He also shared throwback pictures from the film’s set. What an Interpol officer doing in Kolkata?? #shoot #movie #cobra #throwback @AjayGnanamuthu pic.twitter.com/0pucSw5VLH — Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) July 26, 2020 Besides, the project also marks the maiden collaboration of Vikram and Ajay Gnanamuthu, who is best known for helming hit thriller films like Demonte Colony and last year’s Imaikka Nodigal starring Nayanthara. Ajay, in one of his interviews, had said that Vikram’s role will be a challenging one. As per multiple reports, Vikram will be seen donning multiple avatars in the movie. “Of course, he has always taken up challenging roles, but I think this one will be better than all of those,” he said. © Instagram/Chiyaan Vikram Vikram had wrapped up shooting for Cobra in January 2020. In February, he joined the sets of Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan. Other than Vikram and Irfan, the ensemble cast of the film includes director KS Ravikumar, KGF actor Srinidhi Shetty, Mrinalini Ravi, Kanika, Padmapriya and Babu Antony among others in pivotal roles. View the full article
  9. It's Halloween time and the only type of movie anyone is allowed to watch this month is horror movies. Sorry, I don't make the rules. Every time a new horror movie comes out, we always get to hear how it's the 'scariest movie ever', and well, they rarely live up to the expectation. © Warner Bro With every scary movie marketed that way, it was time for science to decide the scariest movie ever, once and for all, and we have the results. © Broadband Choices According to “Science of Scare Project", a study conducted by Broadband Choices, we have a definite list of science-approved scary movies and it's a little unexpected. Basically, for this study, they took 50 people and hooked them up to a heart monitor. Then, they were made to watch 120 hours of the best horror movies out there. And then, everyone's heart rates were taken into account to declare the scariest of the scariest. © Broadband Choices Disclaimer - yes, 50 people is not a lot, and of course, the list is not accurate for the entire population, we get it. It's still a scientific study. So, here are the top ten movies that made people's heart rate go up by a lot, starting from the scariest: 1. Sinister © Alliance Films The movie follows a has-been true-crime writer who moves his wife and kids into a house where a family had previously been murdered. Determined to solve the mystery of the murdered family to use as a basis of his next novel, he soon realizes there's a lot more going on in the haunted house. 2. Insidious © Blumhouse Productions Another haunted house story but in this, the parents realize that their comatose son is actually possessed by some evil entities. 3. The Conjuring © Warner Bros *clap clap* Yet another movie where white people move into a sinister-looking house in the middle of nowhere and then realize it's haunted. The Perron family starts going through increasingly terrifying events and then get help from paranormal investigators. 4. Hereditary © A24 After the death of the matriarch of the Graham family, the family starts to uncover the terrifying secrets of their ancestry as they get haunted by a mysterious presence. 5. Paranormal Activity © Blumhouse Productions A couple senses that they are being haunted by a supernatural presence in their home and set up a camera to uncover the truth and document it. The found-footage approach actually makes the movie seem more authentic, thus even more terrifying. 6. It Follows © Northern Lights Films Basically, an STD, but make it haunted. A teenage girl is followed by a supernatural entity after a sexual encounter and can only get rid of it after having *** with someone else and passing it on. 7. The Conjuring 2 © Warner Bros. The sequel continues with the Warrens, the paranormal investigators from the first movie, coming out of a sabbatical and jumping continent to help out a family in the UK. After the Warrens try to help the youngest daughter who's possessed, they end up becoming the new target of the malicious spirit. 8. The Babadook © Entertainment One A monster movie, The Babadook follows a single mother dealing with her son's paranoid fears of a monster only to realize they are surrounded by a sinister presence all around. 9. The Descent © Celador Films A group of women head to a cave to explore it but soon after descending, they find strange paintings and evidence of a previous expedition, soon realizing that they are not alone. 10. The Visit © Universal Pictures Another found-footage movie, it follows two teenaged siblings going to their estranged grandparents' house to spend a week with them as their mother goes off with her boyfriend. Can't say anything else without spoiling it, but it gets real creepy real quick. So, if you have seen all the movies mentioned above, well, congratulations! you're a true horror flick connoisseur. View the full article
  10. Kartik Aaryan walked the virtual runway for Manish Malhotra's Ruhaaniyat collection for Lakmé Fashion Week, through a film. For Manish Malhotra's virtual show, which was in collaboration with Mijwan Foundation, he presented his collection Ruhaaniyat, this season. © Manish Malhotra Kartik Aaryan who will next be seen in Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2, Dostana 2 has been mindful of the ongoing Unlock restrictions and has only stepped out when deemed necessary. This is apparent through his new hair, which has now become a shoulder-length hairstyle that he flaunted yesterday as well. Take a look at his outfit here: © Manish Malhotra Manish Malhotra and Lakmé Fashion Week partnered with Mijwan artisans through a fund-raising opening show presentation to support them. The collection also happens to be a tribute to artisans and craftsmen and celebrates 10 years of the designer’s association with the Mijwan Foundation. View this post on InstagramA soul filled experience which brings together an amalgamation of emotions that celebrates our heritage, our artisans, the ones who have treasured and preserved our craft for generations to come. Bringing the Nazaakat of Awadh and the vibrance of Punjab, this is Ruhaaniyat, a celebration called life. A couture film by Manish Malhotra Productions @manishmalhotra05 @mwsyouth @lakmefashionwk Special Thanks: Kartik Aaryan (@kartikaaryan) Production: Manish Malhotra Productions (@manishmalhotraworld) Videography & Editing: The Orange Booth (@theorangebooth) Music Courtesy: Jasleen Aulakh (@jasleenaulakhofficial), Polly Saghera (@pollysaghera) & Aman Nath (@amannath05) Beauty Elements: Manish Malhotra Beauty (@manishmalhotrabeauty) Jewels: Manish Malhotra Jewellery by Raniwala 1881 (@manishmalhotrajewellery) Hair & Make-up: for Kartik Aaryan - Milan Thapa (@milankepchaki) & Yugendra Salvi Hair & Make-up: Marce Pedrozo & Team (@marcepedrozo), Nikita Thadani (@nikitathadani9), Humera Shaikh (@humera_shaikh19) Men's Shoe Courtesy:@artimen_tsg @lussolifestyleofficial Choreography: Lubna Adams (@lubna.adam) Backstage & Model Management: Nupur Sagar (@nupursagar) Models: Anita Kumar (@anitakumar05) Ayesha Kanga (@ayeshakanga) Candice Pinto (@ninjapinto) Deepti Gujral (@deeptigujral) Iris Maity (@irismaity7) Kavita Kharayat (@kavitakharayatk) Medha Rana (@medhaarana) Reha Sukheja (@rehasukheja) Subiksha Shivakumar (@subikshashivakumar) Anuj Singh Duhan (@anujsinghduhan) Kian (@kiankaiken) Lakshya Singh Lathar (@lakshlathar) Piyush Walia (@piyushahluwalia1010) Robbie Mairh (@robbiejmairh) Sunny Kamble (@sunnykamble) #ManishMalhotra #ManishMalhotraLabel #ManishMalhotraWorld #ManishMalhotraCoutureFilm #KartikAaryan #Awadh #Punjab #MadeInIndia #IndianCrafts #LakmeFashionWeek #5DaysOfFashion #SpotlightAtLFW #SpotlightReady #LFW2020A post shared by (@manishmalhotraworld)The collection sees works that have drawn inspiration from Punjab, Awadh, and Kutch. With embellished fabrics that have the fine golden detailing of the zari work finely woven at the corners, the hand quilted textiles were seen in hues of teal, pistachio green, dusky pink, grey, maroon, black, and white. Using Mashru, velvets, and muslin in menswear we saw traditional kurtas, khada dupattas, jama angarkhas, and heavy shawls. Adding to the charm, was the Manish Malhotra jewellery line. Kartik Aaryan is seen wearing two studded neckpieces. Over-all, he is wearing 9 layers of studded chains. The handcrafted jewellery was crafted in gold with flat cut diamonds, Russian and Zambian emeralds, and pearls as can be seen on the actor. © Manish Malhotra Commenting on MM's Ruhaaniyat collection, Kartik Aaryan said, “This is the first thing I’m doing in the last seven months of lockdown, primarily because this collection has got a larger purpose and has a noble cause attached to it and through this, I want to show my full support for this initiative. It supports artisans, and I applaud the Mijwan Welfare Society, Lakmé Fashion Week, and Manish Malhotra World for this beautiful initiative.” It is definitely one of the collections to look out for the upcoming weddings in the 'new normal'. View the full article
  11. If you are an aspiring filmmaker or a musician, there are fat chances you haven’t heard of India Film Project. In the last nine years that it has existed for, the “content festival” as they call themselves, has scaled great heights in bringing together artists or creators from all over the country, and the world, on one platform to help showcase their talent to a massive audience. As IFP continues to make headway in newer countries, constantly reinventing ways to grow the community, we sit down for a brisk chat with the brains behind the festival. © India Film Project While Ritam Bhatnagar founded the India Film Project in 2011 and has been instrumental in getting national and international associations going for the platform, Nikhil joined IFP as festival creative director in 2018 where he helps program the annual festival every year, and decides what should be the programming parameters of the festival, the invitees, and the kind of conversation we should be having. Here are the excerpts from the interview: MensXP: What goes behind creating sessions on the theme of Create/Collaborate/Celebrate? How do you ensure that you give more space to creators and others behind the camera? Nikhil Taneja: When you are programming a festival of, for and by young creators, the most important aspect of that is listening to them: what is it, that in a pandemic, do young people want to listen to, learn from or engage with? So the first part of the programming is doing a survey or research to understand the expectations of young people from a much-loved decade-old festival that's gone virtual in a pandemic. When we rolled out this survey to some of IFP’s most passionate fans and community members, the insight from the answers made the programming a wholesome job. Young people want to learn even more at a time where they need to upskill, grow, or pivot in a way that they can take their passion or skills to the next level, in content creation. And the breakdown of the stages - Create, Collaborate and Celebrate - ensures that they are getting everything from masterclasses in creation, to workshops in collaboration, to enjoyable conversations that celebrate the year’s best. Ensuring equal space to all creators is easy, because one of the tenets of programming a youth content festival is to be as inclusive and representative as possible. © India Film Project MXP: Could you tell us about the IFPX Virtual Festival? And what's new about it this time? NT: Every year, we try to make IFP the most wholesome and engaging festival of the year. Every conversation and panel tries to get the most insightful and incredible noisemakers of the year together to not just give something for the audience to take away, but also to learn something for themselves. This year, being a virtual festival, we were aware of how exhausting it can be to be in front of a screen the whole time, and also how there have already been so many lives and conversations between creators and audiences themselves. So the focus this year was to have conversations that will be most meaningful to the youth in a time like this, where it’s been a tough year to get through. We’ve got some of the fan favourites of the year - from Kusha Kapila, BeYouNick and Ranveer Allahbadia (Beerbisceps) to legends like Gajraj Rao, Ratna Pathak Shah, Pankaj Tripathi and Mira Nair, to young trailblazers like Ahsaas Channa, Aranya Johar and Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (Never Have I Ever), to Bollywood stars like Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Bhumi Pednekar. And our conversations span from inclusive conversations about gender equality and representation, to technical masterclasses, to conversations about mental health and productivity as well! The idea is to entertain, engage, educate and enlighten every young person, with empathy and joy, and the full IFP team has worked really very hard to make that happen. MXP: How do you assess the performing arts space in India? Have we tapped into its full potential yet? What can be done to harness that? NT: I think we are doing far better and more than we ever have in the past, thanks to the wonderful medium of the internet that has democratised art and expression. 10 years ago, you couldn’t have imagined so many people without any connections or background in the film, media or content industries, to have managed to put out their content from wherever they are in the country and found an audience for the same. Today, anyone with an original voice, authenticity, and passion can make it with just the help of a phone video camera and a 4G connection. But we still have a long way to go to reach our full potential. We are still not hearing the voices of young people from minority communities, from marginalised backgrounds and the smaller towns of India where they have so much to say, but very few to listen. To harness their voices, we need to do outreach not only online but on ground, and make sure we train people in different parts of the country to be able to use their phones to put out their voices. And only then will we truly be able to see content as diverse as the country we live in. © India Film Project MXP: Given how COVID has affected the performing arts landscape in India, how do you suggest artists maintain their mental health during these testing times? NT: I think artists must start by recognising that this has been the toughest year for all of us in perhaps our entire lifetimes, and it’s not been easy for any of us. So almost everyone has gone through challenges with their mental health, no matter how healthy or fit they have been otherwise. We need to realise that we are not alone in what we are going through, and acknowledge that it is okay to struggle with mental health at at time when it’s not easy to be creative, productive and committed in the same way as before, given the kind of news and the kind of circumstances we live in. So we absolutely need to be kind to ourselves for going through whatever it is that we may be struggling with, and then, of course, finding someone to talk to about it, ideally a therapist or a counsellor, and if not, then at least a family member or a trusted friend. We must not try and bear the burden of this exhausting and excruciating year by ourselves, just being vulnerable, and having a conversation about what you are going through may be remarkable for your mental health. But it is a process, and will require patience, but everyone has their own timelines of feel healthy mentally, and that’s completely okay! MensXP: Whom did the idea for IFP first strike? Who conceptualized it and how did the entire project come to life? Ritam Bhatnagar: I used to work with a film festival and saw filmmakers from across the world pouring in their entries. This was the first time I saw how the love around filmmaking was catching up across the world. As a kid, I had been a very enterprising one. Someone who believed in doing things on my own. In 2011 after completing my post grad, I was looking for ideas that could potentially help create a similar love for filmmaking in India. I thought, why not gather people together under one roof, give them a theme, and ask them to make a film over a weekend. This looked as a great opportunity for creators collaborating with like-minded creators. What started with 600 filmmakers participating from 19 cities in 2011 grew in to 38,000 filmmakers participating from 31 countries and 325+ cities in 2020. © India Film Project MXP: Compared to 2011, how would you say IFP has evolved over the years? Has it been as you had planned? RB: A lot of it has been, in fact, unplanned. When I thought of first IFP, it was just a stand alone activity I had thought about and not as an annual fest. Also the thought was to make it a weekend getaway for filmmakers. A random call on our landline in 2012 inquiring about the second edition was the push for us to think about doing it again. That is when we thought of making it an annual affair. In 2013, we received our first team from USA and we thought the time had come to expand the festival. In 2014, we opened ourselves for international participation and saw more than 11 participating countries. This was something we had never thought of. We saw over 15,000 filmmakers coming together from so many continents making films at the same time. In 2016, we decided to make this a festival and move it to Mumbai. Mumbai was a central location for national and international creators to travel and it made a lot of sense for us. Initially, we just did a single day festival and saw 8,000 people attending it. We were not prepared for it at all. But this was a magical moment for us. Every organization sometime in their lifecycle experiences such a feat. View the full article
  12. Ranveer Singh is all set to unite again with Rohit Shetty for a much-awaited upcoming film. The hit-duo have already given their fans a box-office hit Simmba. Besides, they have also collaborated for a cameo in Sooryavanshi, which also stars Akshay Kumar. BIGGG NEWS... #RanveerSingh and director #RohitShetty team up once again... Film titled #Cirkus... #Rohit's take on #TheComedyOfErrors... Costars #PoojaHegde, #JacquelineFernandez and #VarunSharma... Produced-directed by #RohitShetty... Bhushan Kumar and Reliance Ent present. pic.twitter.com/EodlosSard — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 19, 2020 Here’s how the fans reacted to this announcement: DHAMAKAAAA — Junior Ranveer (@itsSmitBhatt) October 19, 2020️ — fatiim (@fatiim_9RS) October 19, 2020Blockbuster jodi back at it again..min 240cr+ again — Name cannot be blank (@IndomitableRVS) October 19, 2020Super excited for this one. I need films like this, total entertainers. Should easily be a Blockbuster. — Mahir (@mahir_khiladi) October 19, 2020Wah — 𝐁𝐀𝐓𝐌𝐀𝐍 (@beingsaud27) October 19, 2020Akshay Sir se cameo kra lena movie me... — Akkian Saurav #CSK (@AkkianSaurav) October 19, 2020The stunning star cast Other than Ranveer, the highly-anticipated film also features Pooja Hegde, Jacqueline Fernandez, Varun Sharma, Johny Lever, Sanjay Mishra, Mukesh Tiwari, Anil Charanjeett, and Ashwini Kalsekar among others in pivotal roles. Film based on William Shakespeare’s play Cirkus boasts of a huge star cast and as per the reports, it is based on the classic Shakespearean play, The Comedy of Errors. Did you know the play had earlier been adapted in Hindi cinema, perhaps most famously by Gulzar in the Sanjeev Kumar-starrer Angoor? The production Rohit Shetty's new film will be presented by Bhushan Kumar and Reliance Entertainment. Rohit Shetty is not only directing the movie but also producing it. #Cirkus starts next month in #Mumbai... Winter 2021 release. #RohitShetty #RanveerSingh #TheComedyOfErrors — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) October 19, 2020 When will it release? According to reports, the film’s shooting is expected to begin next month and will be shot in Mumbai, Ooty, and Goa. It is slated to release in the winter of 2021. © Phantom films Besides, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, films were getting delayed. However, now with the reopening of theatres, a lot of films are expected to release on the big screen including Ranveer and Deepika Padukone’s 83, in which the former plays the role of an iconic cricket player, Kapil Dev. It is expected to be released by Christmas this year. © Reliance entertainment Meanwhile, Rohit’s cop drama Sooryavanshi, that features Ranveer in a cameo, is likely to release in the first quarter of 2021. Sooryavanshi’ was earlier scheduled to release around Diwali this year. It features Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif in the lead roles. Which film are you planning to watch first in the theatre? View the full article
  13. 'Marry Me' stars Jennifer Lopez and Maluma reportedly decided to promote Latin music
  14. Priyanka Chopra gushes over the release of her upcoming Netflix project ?The White Tiger? with candid posts
  15. Earlier, the shooting of Jacqueline Fernandez's film had come to a halt after crew members tested positive
  16. BLACKPINK have become a global phenomenon since their debut in South Korea four years ago.
  17. Akshay Kumar and Katrina Kaif starrer, Sooryavanshi has been postponed yet again to early 2021.
  18. Cuties, directed by French-Senegalese director Maimouna Doucoure and released online in early September
  19. Shraddha Kapoor was recently questioned by the NCB officials for her possible involvement in drug connection and Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. During the interrogation, Shraddha Kapoor revealed that she has never consumed even cigarettes and has no knowledge if Sushant Singh Rajput ever consumed drugs. #2YearsOfStree Will always cherish being a part of such a beautifully written and directed film @rajndk @amarkaushik pic.twitter.com/evulPBMtYX — Shraddha (@ShraddhaKapoor) August 31, 2020 But, later, according to an India TV report, Shraddha Kapoor has admitted that she has seen Sushant Singh Rajput consuming drugs in his vanity van and sometimes during the shoot of the film on sets. But, the actress denied consuming any drugs herself. Now, according to reports, Shraddha Kapoor’s dad Shakti Kapoor will be playing the role of a Narcotics officer in the film based on SSR’s life. Now, this is irony at its best and no one can deny it! Birthday Baapu! #ShaktiKapoor Happy birthday to my precious Baapu! Thank you for being my Superhero and the best father in the universe 🥰 pic.twitter.com/TyHldUH5ZR — Shraddha (@ShraddhaKapoor) September 3, 2020 The film is tentatively titled ‘Nyaay’ The Justice'. Talking about the same, the lead actor of the film Zuber K Khan said, “Aman Verma is playing an ED officer, Shakti Kapoor sir is playing a narcotics officer and Sudha Chandran Ji is playing a CBI officer in the film”. Like the shadow I am and I am not... ~ Jalaluddin Rumi ️ pic.twitter.com/Ejj1X6LSyV — Sushant Singh Rajput (@itsSSR) October 26, 2019 Zuber also added, “casting has almost been completed for characters like Ankita (Lokhande), Kriti Sanon, Sara Ali Khan, Sushant's family, his sisters, lawyer, even ex-manager Disha Salian and Shruti Modi, his staff, his cook and friends.” View the full article
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