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  1. Meghan Markle had accused the Palace that it had failed to give her protection during her time as a royal
  2. Britney Spears took an indirect hit at the several documentaries that are getting released about her
  3. Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise may not be part of the Marvel or DC film universe, but he is a real-life example of an actor who almost boasts a superhuman status when it comes to working in films. Whether it is climbing on top of the Burj Khalifa, jumping buildings, holding his breath underwater for 6 minutes, flying a plane, or jumping off one, the 58-year-old actor has everything under his belt. © Netflix Recently, Bill Bennett, who was the camera operator on Cruise's 1988 film Cocktail, revealed exactly how the Top Gun actor saved the life of his co-star Elisabeth Shue by stopping her from walking into a spinning helicopter blade. According to Bennett, who now works as a TV and commercial cinematographer, the incident occurred when Cruise and Shue were shooting an aerial scene from a helicopter. © Touchstone Pictures "But by that time he is pointing at the tail rotor which is now a couple of feet away, screaming at her that she almost died. At that point, she turned white, and he pulled her back towards the front of the helicopter and they walked away. All of us in the helicopter were quite shaken up by the close call, but there was nothing to be said. Tom had, in that instant, truly saved her life." said Bennett. Well, we wonder if Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige also read this piece of news and calls Tom and says the iconic words, "Your Mission, Should You Choose To Accept." View the full article
  4. Justin Theroux received 'sage advice' from pal Jason Bateman when he started dating Jennifer Aniston
  5. PM Imran Khan urges banks to expedite releasing of loans under Kamyab Jawan Programme
  6. Most of us have been born in what we consider to be an extremely flawed society, as we beg to understand the actual rules of the game. Without a shadow of a doubt, the key to human life or everything around it is having a decent balance. However, despite there being a dire need of the same in the world, there is hardly any of it. Whether you look at us exhausting our planetary resources or our own personal lives that have unfortunately been marred by the overreliance of technology and social media, we do not know where to draw the line. This has been translated to our basic human rights, whether it is discrimination on the basis of skin color, caste, region, or gender. © Internationalinvestment Gender inequality is something that like the other issues, shamelessly prevails in our society despite centuries of evolution and decades of education. What gives one the right to judge someone's capability or say remuneration based on one's gender? Well, while the question has been hanging in the air for quite some time, people everywhere are fighting for the answer. One of these many people includes Hollywood actor Gal Gadot AKA Wonder Woman, who recently revealed that pay disparity in the West has been her biggest struggle to date. © Pinterest The 35-year-old Israeli actress, while speaking in her six-part short-form documentary series Impact With Gal Gadot, spoke on how Hollywood's gender pay gap was the biggest fight of her life. “My biggest struggle as a woman has been equal pay as my male co-stars, (all of) whom I love so much. As a woman, that has been the biggest thing. As a human being, I have struggled with many other problems. But the thing that I fought for the most, was equal pay with my male stars.” While the gender pay gap is prevalent in a lot of sectors across the world, it is considered to be significantly larger in the film industry. While Gadot had spoken about being paid less than her male counterparts earlier, many actors including Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, Salma Hayek, and several others had also spoken on it. View the full article
  7. Just when we were almost on the verge of getting back to normalcy, or so we thought, the second wave hit us, and it hit us harder than we thought it was capable of. The country is reeling from the sudden shock, once again, and it's mayhem all around. There is death everywhere, and there seems to be no respite in sight. All we can do right now is be kind to one another, follow COVID protocol, and hope for the best. © iStock One more thing that we need to do, with utmost urgency, is to be prepared for the worst. With the number of cases rising every single day, it's only a matter of time before it's our own/our family's turn. With hospitals being already crowded and beds being a luxury, home treatments seem to be the only way out for most. © iStock Apart from following everything that doctors have advised, here are 10 small but extremely important things that a COVID positive patient should follow at home, and they can potentially save their life. 1. Sleep on your stomach at all times if you have COVID. If that's not possible because of health issues, sleep on your side. Do NOT lay on your back no matter what, because it smashes your lungs and can allow the fluid to set in. © iStock 2. Set your clock every two hours while sleeping on your stomach, and then get out of bed and walk for 15-30 minutes, no matter how tired or weak you feel. © iStock 3. Move around your arms frequently, it helps to open up your lungs. © iStock 4. Breathe in through your nose, and breathe out through your mouth. This will help build up your lungs, and also help get rid of the Pneumonia or other fluids you may have. © iStock 5. When sitting on a recliner chair, sit up straight. Do NOT lay back as this will smash your lungs. © iStock 6. While watching TV, get up and walk during every commercial. © iStock 7. Eat at least 1-2 eggs a day, plus bananas, avocado, and asparagus. These are good for Potassium. © iStock 8. Drink Gatorade or water with electrolytes to prevent you from becoming dehydrated. © iStock 9. Do NOT drink anything cold. Either have things at room temperature, or warm them up. © iStock 10. Try not consuming milk products or pork; and try having Vitamins D3, C, B, Zinc, probiotics etc. © iStock The above information was shared on a COVID survivor group. Here's the original post on Instagram: View this post on Instagram Let's share this information with friends and family, as this truly can make a difference. Stay safe, folks. This too shall pass! View the full article
  8. Ever since he got nominated for an Emmy for his performance in Made In Heaven, Arjun Mathur has become a household name. However, there is much more to him than that. After all, he has been in the industry for 17 years. © Instagram/arjun__mathur An immensely talented actor, who started his training at Barry John’s Acting Studio, Arjun, knew right from the beginning that he wanted to be an actor. But what kind of an actor? Well, that’s a question that perplexed him when he was younger. © Instagram/arjun__mathur So, has he found the answer to that question? We found out when we sat with him for a riveting and free-flowing conversation, where we spoke about the changing scene of the Indian OTT space, him working as an assistant director, and his work beyond Made In Heaven. Following are the edited excerpts: © Instagram/arjun__mathur You decided to become an actor, right after your schooling. Which actors inspired you to take up the craft? I grew up watching the masala films of the 1980s, so that has impacted me a lot. I grew up watching actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, and the three Khans. I grew up idolising them. So straight after school, it was Barry John's institute, the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York for me. © Instagram/arjun__mathur You worked behind the camera, before taking up acting. What made you switch, or rather what made you stay with acting? Although I am grateful for the opportunities that I got as an Assitant Director and working under the directors that I worked with, I always wanted to be an actor, that has always been the plan. I remember whenever I used to say this when I was young, the follow-up question would always be what sort of an actor. I did not have an answer back then, because I always thought, an actor is an actor, are there any differences? © Instagram/arjun__mathur What would your answer be today, when asked what kind of an actor would like to be? I think I want to be someone like Irrfan, and Naseeruddin Shah, actors who really know what they are doing, and have reached the pinnacle of their craft. When you were working on Made In Heaven did you ever think that an Emmy nomination was in the cards? What was your first reaction when you received news of your nomination? We never thought of that, not at least when we started working on the show. The year before we started, Inside Edge had received a nomination, so we were aware that Indian OTT shows do get nominated, they have that reach, but no one thought of anything like that while we were working. When I was told that they were sending Made In Heaven for consideration, all I thought was ‘Oh, cool,’ and that was that, I did not give it a second thought after that. When I learnt of my nomination, it was a surreal moment, to say the least. © Instagram/arjun__mathur Has that nomination changed how people, mainly your co-actors behave around you? Not at all. I mean people, especially my directors, my fellow actors, all congratulated me, wished me well, but then, it was all back to business. On a set the focus is always on getting the job done. Has the nomination changed the kind of roles you’re getting offered? Yes, there have been some changes, in the sense that I get more offers now. The kind of roles has become varied as well. © Instagram/arjun__mathur The portrayal of LGBTQ characters have been sort of caricaturish, even in movies or shows that try to break stereotypes, and try to be responsible. Does that make Made In Heaven an outlier, or is the situation really changing? I don’t think that Made In Heaven is an outlier at all. See, the people who you refer to, will continue to make such films because their sensibilities allow them to. Actors and directors whose sensibilities do not allow that sort of stuff won’t work on those projects. There have been directors who have dealt with the topic in a very sensitive, and realistic manner, without resorting to caricatures. I did a film with Onir, I am, where I played a gay character, and I think it was portrayed very realistically all with its grey and dark undertones. © Instagram/arjun__mathur How would you say has the Hindi film industry evolved? How big was OTT’s contribution to that, or would it have happened, irrespective of OTT? Unfortunately, our film industry is a little slow to change. However, luckily, there have been some massive changes, mainly because of the audience. For a long time, we were making the same film again, and again, we were making films by a formula and calling them masala films. Now, the situation is changing, but we are not there yet. And yes, OTT platforms and OTT viewership has been instrumental in this shift. OTT platforms allow directors and artists to tell stories in an unrestrained manner. Now, with the changes in policies governing OTT platforms, that is set to change. Everyone will start playing safe, because, at the end of the day, this too is a business. Mediocrity is bound to creep in. © Instagram/arjun__mathur We see so many actors and filmmakers get a voice and space for themselves, all thanks to OTT platforms. Is oversaturation ever a concern, or is the Indian OTT space large enough for all sorts of voices? I personally believe that oversaturation is a concern. Take the Indian television industry as an example. Back in the 1990s and early 2000s, we had some amazing shows, with some very great concepts. Then, everything went downhill. I am afraid that something similar will happen with the Indian OTT space. I personally have to say no to about 80 per cent of the scripts that I get, because they are simply not something that I would want to get associated with, my sensibilities will not allow me to say yes to them. I think actors need to be responsible in their sensibilities, to what do they say yes to. © Instagram/arjun__mathur How challenging was making a series like The Gone Game? It was great fun, but technically challenging as well. The show was conceptualised, shot and finished all during the lockdown. We all set up our own shots, lighting, everything, and the directors and everyone co-ordinated over video conferencing. We all had help in some way from the other. Like, my partner helped me a lot with the set-up and everything. I also happen to have the country’s best cinematographer as my neighbour, so yes, I had help. It was really a great experience, shooting our individual portions, in our separate bubbles. © Instagram/arjun__mathur What can you tell us about Lord Curzon Ki Haveli? This is a project that I was very keen on working in. It is a dark comedy, set in a haveli, and we were supposed shoot it this year. Unfortunately, because of the pandemic, we had to postpone the principal photography. We have a great cast in Parambrata (Chatterjee), Rasika (Duggal), and I am really keen on working with Anshuman (Jha). Let’s see what happens, hopefully, things get sorted soon. © Instagram/arjun__mathur Apart from Made In Heaven Season 2 & Lord Curzon Ki Haveli, what else are you working on? Apart from these two, I am also working on The Gone Game Season 2, and U Special, a series that was commissioned by Lionsgate Play. So yeah, there are quite a few things that I am looking forward to. © Instagram/arjun__mathur An actor, is there a particular genre that you enjoy the most? It is actually a funny answer. The one genre that I really want to work in, is the one genre that nobody is offering me. I really want to do something in comedy. I guess I have that image of a very serious guy, so those are the only kind of roles I am getting. View the full article
  9. Kareena Kapoor revealed that Saif Ali Khan and Taimur are the ones who enjoy being in the kitchen more than her
  10. Somedays you just want to laze and watch a larger-than-life movie with an ensemble cast like a K3G or a ZNMD, but on some days, watching a movie which is relatable on so many personal levels becomes a privilege we all want to savour. It's not every day that Bollywood does a great job at showing the problem of the ‘aam aadmi’ but here 5 brilliant movies which realistically depict exactly that, and do a great job with it: 1. Khosla Ka GhoslaWe all know a certain ‘taya ji’ or a ‘chacha ji’ who have been duped in terms of property and investment. This is one comedy movie which throws light on the reality of what a common man endures in his life, in a super realistic way. Some of our parents save money all their lives to build a home for the family and naturally, if that is taken away illegally, it would shatter anyone. This movie makes you laugh and reminds you that not all business deals are legit. 2. QueenOne of the two reasons why this small budget movie broke records (besides Kangana’s brilliant act) is its basic storyline. Sure, the twist in the tale where the bride, when abandoned on her wedding day, decides to go for a solo honeymoon might be slightly exaggerated, but it is a very real issue that so many women, as well as men, face in their lives. The movie teaches you a simple thing, i.e- if you don’t take control of your life, the society will do it for you. Setting yourself free and not seeking constant validation on ‘log kya kahenge’ was a great reminder. 3. Oh My GodI guess a movie like this won't be made again in Bollywood but this one represents the blindness of religious leaders or what one calls ‘andh bhakt' in a very simple way. This film explains how the ‘aam admi’ is ready to spend his hard earned money on religious leaders in order to make the almighty happy, and forgetting the fact that these so-called duping souls can not be a catalyst for attaining ‘moksha’. 4. Dum Lagake HaishaExtremely relatable is how one can best describe this movie. A simple boy marrying an overweight but very educated woman, setting eyeballs rolling and people judging her for her weight. Sounds familiar? That’s because this is a very common situation in the society, in urban and in rural areas, where women are targeted with body-shaming every second. This movie celebrates love in a beautiful manner, and that is all that matters. 5. Aankhon DekhiThis movie depicts the everyday struggle of the common man who is just trying to make ends meet and do things according to a certain societal perception. The whole ‘log kya kahenge’ and succumbing to herd mentality is wonderfully addressed in this heart warming tale of a father who is resistant to allow his daughter to marry a man of her choice. Everything changes when he meets him and realises his pre-conceived notions were wrong. View the full article
  11. Gangster movies have their own appeal of narrating tales inspired by real life events which wreaked havoc to humanity. While Hollywood has done a far better job in depicting gangster history, Bollywood has decently managed to make a few movies loosely based and inspired by true gangster lords. Here are 5 movies which were based on real life gangsters: 1. CompanyThis super hit movie which was a big aesthetic surprise for people back in 2002 was rumoured to have been based on the real life friendship of underworld lords Dawood Ibrahim and Chota Rajan, who were pretty close knit prior to the 1993 Mumbai blasts. The movie stars Ajay Devgn and Viveik Oberoi in the lead roles and tells the tale of two gangsters who managed to stay close friends before falling apart. 2. Shootout At WadalaThis Sanjay Gupta venture was supposedly based on the life of Mumbai gangster Manya Surve. The fictionalised account follows Manya, who is in prison for killing a gangster who attacked his brother. When Manya finally gets free, he forms his own gang and vows to seek revenge. 3. Black FridayThis is one of the most authentic accounts which showed how the city of Mumbai fell under the shadow of the Mafia. Based on S Hussain Zaidi’s book, this Anurag Kashyap movie is a well researched project which depicts how the Mumbai’s gangsters were linked to Pakistan’s intelligence set-up. The film covers the 1993 blasts and the riots which broke after it and also depicts how Dawood Ibrahim and Tiger Memon were attached to its execution. 4. D DayThis is yet another attempt at depicting incidents from the lives of Dawood Ibrahim. This one has Rishi Kapoor in the lead role who is essaying the character of Iqbal Seth, a fictional character. The movie follows Indian agencies trying to capture him and the mission falling apart due to some miscalculations in the plan. 5. Once Upon A Time In MumbaiThis one is inspired and based on the life of gangster Haji Mastan, who was the terror lord in Mumbai back in the 60’s and the 70’s. The movie was obviously heavily fictionalised but the portrayals of Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi’s characters were inspired from the relationship between Haji Mastan and his disciple Dawood Ibrahim. View the full article
  12. Lahore policeman jumps fence surrounding a Metro Bus station, runs into a hospital to escape frenzied mob
  13. Katy Perry drew parallels with the love she experiences as a mother to the admiration she gets as a celebrity
  14. Experts and sources have finally unveiled the real reason Meghan Markle wanted to leave royal life behind
  15. Netflix on Monday finally released the much-awaited trailer of Searching For Sheela, which is an upcoming documentary about Ma Anand Sheela- who was the controversial one-time aide to spiritual leader Osho. A chapter in their story was previously also showcased in the Netflix documentary series Wild Wild Country. In a statement released by Netflix, they said, "With the focus entirely on Sheela and her personality, the film explores her journey through India, her big homecoming, while reminiscing about her early life and looking forward to what’s next... Does Sheela seek redemption or remain completely unaffected? Was Sheela a criminal or a woman in love? Is Sheela good or bad, black or white?" Check out the trailer of the documentary here- The 2-minute trailer gives a glimpse of Ma Anand Sheela and how her life changed after she was accused of fraud and murder. The documentary showcases her talking about her journey, returning to India after three decades and how her life has been viewed by the world from Osho’s point of view, who also called her a murderer. She also claimed that Osho was in love with her and also she mentioned that she has seen bigger scandals than showbiz people. Check out what people have to say about it- Waiting for this one!. — Anindo Banerjee (@anindobanerjee1) April 12, 2021 The reason I subscribed for Netflix few years ago . — Vijay Sriram Iyengar (@Sriram_sv) April 12, 2021 Bring it on — King K (@RajAndRolls) April 12, 2021 ’ Please Release Netflix Originals Series and Films dub in Tamil and Telugu #Wewantnetflixseriesintamilandtelugu — Sanjay. K (@SanjayK97005362) April 12, 2021 Executive producer Shakun Batra said in a statement, "I have always been very intrigued by Sheela’s extraordinary life and through this documentary, we’ve shadowed her as she traveled to India after almost 35 years. This is not an investigative piece, just an observation of a person who has had a questionable past and has always lived life on her terms." He added, "We trace her journey as she grapples with society’s expectations of an ex-convict and attempts to re-brand the public opinion of herself. Searching for Sheela is a documentary that tries to get a closer look at one of the most sensationalized personalities in India..." Will you watch this one? Let us know in the comments section below! View the full article
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