Bollywood Actress Vaani Kapoor: I Don’t Follow Any Fashion Trendby Opinion Express August 21, 2018 0 comments
The famous Bollywood actress Vaani Kapoor considers herself as a sensible and decent dresser but she says never follow any fashion trend.
“I have never followed fashion in particular, but I am aware of what is trending and what is not trending,” Vaani said. “I make sure I am not in my night suit. That is what I care about. But I am a decent dresser,” she added. The actress was happy to be part of a recent show, through which they offer a chance to the customer to pick everything they need for a wedding.
‘I have said it earlier and I will say it now, I am not looking out to make art. I want to make quality entertainment which is relatable and absorbing. The medium does not make a difference. For me, the story does a trick.’
— Shashanka Ghosh
Actress Sujata Kumar, remembered for playing late veteran actress Sridevi’s sibling in the film English Vinglish passed away due to cancer, said her sister and actress-singer, Suchitra Krishnamoorthi. Suchitra tweeted, “Our beloved Sujata Kumar has passed away and moved on to a better place leaving us with an unimaginable void. She left us at 11.26pm. Life can never be the same again.” Sujata has worked in films like Raanjhanaa and Salaam-E-Ishq.
Lana Del Rey defends Israel gig
As singer Lana Del Rey’s announcement of her first performance in Israel elicited a backlash, she defended her decision saying she believes music is universal and is a tool to bring people together. The singer has been added as a headliner for the inaugural Meteor Festival, set to take place at Kibbutz Lehavot Habashan, outside of Tiberias in the upper Galilee region of Israel. The 33-year-old took to her Twitter account and wrote: “I believe music is universal and should be used to bring us together. Performing in Tel Aviv is not a political statement or a commitment to the politics there just like singing here in California doesn’t mean my views are in alignment with my current government’s opinions or sometimes inhuman actions.”
Courtesy: The Pioneer