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It’s been less than a year since the last Star Wars Celebration unleashed itself upon London, but the semi-annual event is now poised to descend on Orlando for four more days of wall-to-wall “Star Wars” action and announcements. This year’s event will likely be even more celebratory than usual, focused on the 40th anniversary of the release of “Star Wars: A New Hope” and the ever-expanding franchise, now kitted out with a brand new trilogy and the promise of still more anthology films.
For fans of the saga, Celebration consistently provides a ton of news (from trailers and other footage to casting announcements and teases about new projects to come) and serves as a harbinger of things to come for a franchise still going through major changes. Ahead, we scope out five big ways that Celebration will impact both the “Star Wars” franchise and its very dedicated fanbase. »
- Kate Erbland
Shah Rukh Khan is getting ready for the biggest challenge of his career. He plays a dwarf in Aanand L. Rai’s new untitled film. The superstar, who has been seen assuming the experimental mode lately in films like Fan and Raees, will go all out to ensure authenticity and credibility in bringing the height-challenged hero to life. Says director Aanand L. Rai, “When Kamal Haasan playedRead More
- Subhash K. Jha
14th February 2017. I was very excited. Why? I had the chance to interview Mr. Tommy Sandhu, the host of the Breakfast Show on the BBC Asian Network. Tommy will be hosting BBC Asian Network Live on Saturday 25th February at Eventim Apollo, in Hammersmith. The event will see some of the hottest acts on the British-Asian and global music scenes come together on one stage for one night only. Performers include Badshah feat. Aastha Gill, Naughty Boy feat. Kyla, Steel Banglez presents Mist, Mostack, Abracadabra, Haile (Wstrn), Anirudh, Zack Knight, Fateh, Jasmine Sandlas, and Arjun Kanungo.
Sandhu joined the station’s daily schedule in February 2010 as the London showbiz reporter for the BBC Asian Network covering premieres, parties and all the gossip from the capital. Having DJ’d in London’s China White, Movida, Cafe de Paris, Paper, The Roof Gardens and The Shadow Lounge, Sandhu has also provided the »
- Rima Bhatia
From Fan to Dear Zindagi to Raees, we have seen versatile roles of superstar Shah Rukh Khan in the past couple of films. Now, rumor has it that the actor is all set to do a cameo in in the second instalment of one of the biggest blockbusters of 2015, Bahubali – The Beginning. Yes,Read More
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- Bollywood Hungama News Network
The next video from Himesh Reshammiya’s second private album Aap Se Mausiiquii, has recently released.
The song Trippy is an energetic club track which has been sung and composed by Himesh. Popular playback singer Neha Kakkar accompanies Himesh on the vocals, and the song has lyrics by lyricist Manoj Muntashir. Supermodel Waluscha de Sousa (of Fan fame) features in the video and looks stunning in her new avatar. Superstar Salman Khan shared the video of Trippy on Twitter and congratulated Himesh and team for the song!
Check out the high energy track Trippy below and also Salman’s tweet!
It's a really trippy song #Himesh and @Iamwaluscha ! Looking lovely! Congratulations Himesh and best of luck . https://t.co/MfyVlz5Mtk
— Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) January 30, 2017
In association with Himesh-Reshammiya.com
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- Jem Raj
"Prepare the Sistine Chapel."
Move over, "Release the Kraken" – there's a new godlike command in town, and its word is law. (Jude Law, to be precise.) With this order, Pope Pius Xiii and The Young Pope alike begin their greatest triumph: an address to the Cardinals delivered in full papal regalia, towering tiara and all. The fact that the Holy Father gets his gear on in a full-fledged dress-up montage soundtracked by Lmfao's "Sexy and I Know It" doesn't undercut the totalitarian coming-out party that follows; if anything, it enhances it. »
A poster for Shah Rukh Khan’s upcoming film “Raees,” on which the actor glowers behind kohl-rimmed eyes, features the phrase “Apna time shuru”: “My time begins.” It could very well be a slogan for where Khan’s own career stands today, even as 2017 marks his 25th year in the movies.
Portraying antagonist Raees Aslam — believed to be loosely based on real-life gangster Abdul Latif (a rumor that the filmmakers have denied) — is, in a way, coming full circle. In the early 1990s, after stints in theater and television, Khan got a taste of big-screen success in what Bollywood refers to as “negative roles”: a vendetta-fueled murderer in “Baazigar,” love-struck stalkers in both “Darr” and “Anjaam.” These were characters that fellow young actors at the time would have considered professional suicide. For Khan, they were a foot further into the door of a world he had until then been an outsider to. »
- Anisha Jhaveri
Despite clash with another high profile film Kaabil, Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees is all set to take a very good opening at the Box Office. The film has heated up well en route release and there is good curiosity to check it out in theaters. Marketing and promotion of the film has been actually apt.Read More
- Joginder Tuteja
8 items from 2017
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