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  1. Bappi Lahiri death saddens India, Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor and others offer condolences
  2. It’s been over a month since Allu Arjun starrer Pushpa: The Rise directed by Sukumar released, but the hype around the film refuses to die down. The Hindi version of the film opened quite low, but due to Allu Arjun’s star power and film’s merit has crossed Rs 100 crore mark. Right from its songs, performances, dialogues to even Allu Arjun’s unique walk, everything about Pushpa has caught the attention of movie buffs and fans. So much so, that recently, a social media user posted a video of Allu Arjun’s Pushpa walk and mashed it up with a clip from the 2007 cult hit Welcome which had Anil Kapoor walking in a similar style with a tilted shoulder. View the full article
  3. Dilip Kumar was born Yusuf Khan on December 11, 1922 in Peshawar, then part of British-ruled India
  4. Joe Exotic rose to fame after he appeared in streaming giant Netflix documentary series 'Tiger King' in 2020.
  5. The 36-year-old pop megastar confirmed the long-rumoured role in a Facebook post Beyonce is set to voice Simba's childhood friend turned love interest Nala in the live-action remake of Disney's "The Lion King," the singer and studio announced Wednesday. The 36-year-old pop megastar confirmed the long-rumoured role in a Facebook post that showed headshots of the voice cast, also revealing that Keegan-Michael Key ("Why Him?", "Storks") will be playing a hyena named Kamari. Facebook post shared by Beyonce Alongside Beyonce ? and mostly previously announced ? will be Donald Glover as Simba, James Earl Jones reprising his role in the 1994 animated movie as Mufasa, and Chiwetel Ejiofor as his nemesis Scar. Comedian John Oliver was confirmed as Zazu, while other big names in the production ? set for release in July 2019 ? include Seth Rogan and Billy Eichner. "It is a director's dream to assemble a talented team like this to bring this classic story to life," said director Jon Favreau, who helmed Disney's hit live-action remake of "The Jungle Book" (2016), in a statement confirming the cast. The production will build on Disney's hugely lucrative reimagining of that movie and several other classics from its vaults ? including "Beauty and the Beast," "Maleficent" and "Cinderella" ? for contemporary audiences. "The Lion King" is one of the biggest animated films of all time, with a lifetime global box-office gross of just under $1 billion. It won Oscars for the song "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" by Elton John and Tim Rice, and for its score by Hans Zimmer, plus two Grammy Awards, with the soundtrack selling more than 14 million copies. A scene from The Lion King cartoon The stage production made its Broadway debut in 1997 and went on to win six Tony Awards. Translated into eight languages, the film's 23 global stage productions have been seen by more than 85 million people. The worldwide gross for the brand exceeds that of any film, Broadway show or other entertainment titles in history. Stunning early footage of the live-action version shown at Disney's D23 fan convention in Southern California in July climaxed in the iconic moment when Rafiki introduces newborn Simba to the animals of the savannah. "This is a story that belongs to everyone who grew up with the original film," said Favreau. "I wanted to demonstrate that we could be respectful of the source material while bringing it to life using new techniques and technologies."
  6. BANGKOK: Thailand is putting the finishing touches this month to a lavish five-day funeral ceremony in a final goodbye to its late King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who helped shape the Southeast Asian nation for decades after World War Two. Many of the hundreds of thousands of black-clad mourners are expected to camp for days near Bangkok?s Grand Palace to capture a good view of the ceremonies, which will be guarded by 78,000 police officers and culminate in the cremation on Oct. 26. ?October is a sad period,? Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, who announced plans for a national election next year, told reporters in the capital on Tuesday. ?I ask that politicians and political parties be peaceful and orderly.? Artisans have worked for ten months in Bangkok?s ancient quarter to build an elaborate cremation site fashioned after a vision of heaven, where Thais believe dead royals return to live above Mount Meru, a golden mountain in Hindu mythology. The funeral of King Bhumibol, who died on Oct. 13 last year after seven decades on the throne, is also a time of uncertainty for some Thais, said a Thailand-based analyst, who declined to be identified because of sensitivities around the monarchy. ?In many ways the king was Thailand and his death has left a huge vacuum in the Thai psyche,? said the analyst, pointing to social and political upheavals in recent decades. ?What happens after his funeral? Where will Thailand head next? These are profound questions that must be answered.? Ancient predictions The late king was succeeded by his son, King Maha Vajiralongkorn, or Rama X, who has overseen sweeping changes to the royal household, including the running of palace finances. Though steeped in ancient traditions, the funeral of King Bhumibol will permit more public participation than those of previous kings, said Thai monarchy expert Tongthong Chandransu. ?A strong bond has been formed between the people and the monarchy ? the strongest compared to past reigns,? Tongthong told Reuters. ?So we can see more people participation in the royal funeral of this king.? Among the many royal objects restored for the funeral is a golden chariot that will carry the king?s body in a giant ornate urn to the cremation site. The urn will move to the Royal Crematorium before the cremation on the night of Oct. 26, which has been declared a national holiday. More than 3,000 performers will join in a nightlong final tribute of music and puppet shows to end a year of mourning. Thais devoted to the memory of the king have folded paper flowers for his cremation, making 10 million in Bangkok alone, city authorities said. ?This is our ?Mandela?, or our ?Princess Diana?, moment,? said graphic designer and self-proclaimed royalist Apichai Klapiput. ?What the world will see is rivers of tears that show how much Thais love King Bhumibol Adulyadej. He was the people?s king.?
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