A Few Tidbits From the Entertainment Industry

by December 31, 2018 0 comments

Anupam KherAriana cancels concert

Singer Ariana Grande has cancelled her New Years Eve weekend concert in Las Vegas due to health issues.

The singer wrote on social media, “Vegas, I’m currently working through some health issues and am beyond sorry I won’t be able to see you this weekend. I love you and so look forward to seeing you and making it up to you next year.”

Ariana was scheduled for performance on December 29 at the Cosmopolitan’s Chelsea Theatre —her first full performance since both the death of former boyfriend Mac Miller and her break-up with Pete Davidson.

Kher against special screening

As controversy erupted over the forthcoming film The Accidental Prime Minister, a biopic on former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, lead actor of the movie

Anupam Kher said that after certification of a film by the censor board, nobody has the right to ask for showing the film before its release.

Satyajeet Tambe Patil, President of the Maharashtra State Youth Congress, sent a letter to the producer of the film demanding a special screening before it is released. He raised objections to “incorrect presentation of the facts” in the film.

Kher, who is narrating the character of Singh, said, “It’s nobody’s right to ask us to show our film to them before releasing it. The film is based on the book (by the same title), and it is based on facts.

‘Music companies should also respect everybody. It’s a world of interdependence. At this point, I don’t plan to open any music company but yes, in my entire life, I have supported a lot of new singers…not because I wanted to become an ustad but because I felt their talent needed to be brought in front of everybody.’

—Sonu Nigam

Actress Sonam K Ahuja says she is a “huge advocate” for LGBTQI rights, and hopes to see a world without labels one day.

“I’m a huge advocate for LGBTQI. For me, it is one of the most important things that I fight for and I hope for when there is a country and a world without labels,” Sonam said.

“I’m very happy and proud that India has taken a step forward and people can live and love the way they want to love and that’s very important to me. And I think it should be vital to everybody in this world,” added the actress.

Writer and Courtesy: The Pioneer

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