Showing posts with label Entertainment. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Entertainment. Show all posts

Saturday, August 12, 2017

Singer Mohammad Danis upcoming song We Indians postar released

Singer Mohammad Danis upcoming song We Indians postar released


New Delhi: The voice India season 2, fame Mohammad Danish is going to launch his first song named ‘We Indians’. On Friday, Mohammad Danish unveiled the first official poster of his upcoming album ‘We Indians’ where A.M Turaz famous poet and lyricist, Harish Arora, GM, T-Series witnessed the launching ceremony in a Press conference at press club of India, New Delhi.

Danish’s first song “We Indians” is going to release soon by T-Series. This is a patriot song and a beautiful fusion of “Sare Jahan Se Achha Hindustan Hamara and Vande Mataram” this is the first break of Danish in Bollywood. This song is the complete fusion of patriotism, which bring youth toward the culture and love for the country says Mohd. Danish, Whereas A.M Turaz and Dr Shabab Alam said that the motive of this song is to establish patriotism in each and every individual.

The song is composed by Mohd. Danish under the direction of the famous lyricist A.M Turaz who has worked in television and He has written the lyrics for a number of Bollywood films like Guzaarish, BajiRao Mastani, Wazir and Padmavati the upcoming film of Sanjay Leela Bhansali, The producer of the song is Dr Shabab Alam and lyrics are given by Allama Iqbal and Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay.

Mohd. Danish is the most versatile and most stylish contestant of the reality show ‘The Voice India season 2’. Danish has been learning singing at the very young age when he was only 4 years. Danish also became the finalist of TV reality show Voice of Punjab Season 6, the handsome hunk basically hails from Muzzafarnagar, Uttar Pradesh.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Won't screen films with Pakistani artistes, say cinema owners

Won't screen films with Pakistani artistes, say cinema owners


Mumbai, Oct 14: The Cinema Owners and Exhibitors Association of India (COEAI) on Friday announced that movies featuring Pakistani actors won't be screened in single screen theatres in Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat.

The decision comes ahead of the scheduled release of Karan Johar's "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil", which stars Pakistani actor Fawad Khan. While it was slated to hit the screens on October 28, the COEAI decision has cast doubts if it will see the light of the day any time soon in western India. 

COEAI President Nitin Datar told IANS after a meeting of members: "We have nothing against Karan Johar. It's just that we won't allow the release of any film which will have Pakistani actors or technicians in it."

The COEAI has over 400 members.

"We have collectively taken this decision that we won't showcase such films in our single screens. As of now, we will be following this decision in Maharashtra, Goa and Gujarat," Datar added.

The decision comes amid India-Pakistan tensions following a terror attack which killed 19 Indian soldiers. The Indian Army then carried out surgical attacks on terrorist launch pads in Pakistani territory.

Datar added: "We can't say we are banning these films. It's just that we are suspending all these films. 

"In future, if our (India's) relationship with Pakistan gets better, we will work towards it. But looking at the current scenario, we have to take this decision."

Reacting to the decision, veteran actor Om Puri, who has worked in Pakistani films, told a TV news channel: "First, I'm the citizen of this country. Whatever my government will say, I will agree."

Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri said the "public outrage" over recent incidents between India and Pakistan had led to the decision.

"If only Pakistani actors had given even a small statement condemning the act of killing people, I don't think people would have been so outraged," Agnihotri told IANS.

The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena had earlier warned Pakistani actors to quit India and said it would not let movies -- including "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" and "Raees" -- to release.

Following that, the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association had passed a resolution to disallow Pakistani artistes from working in Indian films.

In response, Pakistani exhibitors had reportedly decided not to screen Indian films in their cinemas.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

An Oscar can open up every choice for an actor: Irfan Khan

An Oscar can open up every choice for an actor: Irfan Khan


Mumbai, Oct 11: Acclaimed actor Irrfan Khan, who has made inroads into Hollywood, has won awards galore, but he says an Oscar is one trophy that can change "everything" for an artiste.

In an interview to writer Raja Sen for the October Issue of Architectural Digest India, Irrfan opened up about his Oscar fantasy while discussing an area of his Oshiwara house where he has stacked his awards. 

Asked where he will keep the Oscar when he gets it, Irrfan said: "So many awards mean so little, but that...that is an award that would change everything; it can open up every choice for an actor."

"If it were ever to come, it would come with its own place. It would find its own place," added the actor, who features in Hollywood director Ron Howard's forthcoming film "Inferno", featuring Tom Hanks.

One of the finest actors in present-day Hindi cinema, Irrfan loves his home to have a water body and mirrors.

Confessing to a mirror fetish, he said: "I always peer into them even if I'm walking by in a hurry."

His present house, which also has a swing which Irrfan enjoys, fulfils his wish of having "an area surrounded by mirrors, where I can see myself from every angle".
Kelly Clarkson 'would die' if she gets pregnant again

Kelly Clarkson 'would die' if she gets pregnant again


Los Angeles, Oct 12: Singer Kelly Clarkson, who faced complications during the birth of her two children, says she "would die" if she got pregnant again.

Clarkson, who has daughter River Rose and son Remington Alexander with husband Brandon Blackstock, says she won't be having any more children as experience of pregnancy has been "horrible", reports

She told Access Hollywood: "Everyone's like, 'Oh, you're getting your tubes tied...' No, they're gone. My husband, like, while I was pregnant we agreed that he was going to get snipped...

"We have magical babies together... They're amazing, but I have the worst pregnancies. I would die if I had to do it again. It was horrible."

While the 34-year-old's pregnancies were painful and difficult, she doesn't regret having her two children.

"Nausea is for weak people. It was, like, hospitalisation. It's, like, bad. I had the worst pregnancies ever. I would end up in the hospital, dehydrated. People had to come to our house and I'd be on fluids.

"Apparently that's what it takes to make amazing babies, because they're both stellar. We've made them and it's done," she added.

Friday, September 30, 2016

Pakistani cinemas started to ban on Indian films

Pakistani cinemas started to ban on Indian films


Karachi, Sep 30: Some theatre owners in Pakistan have stopped screening Indian movies. The decision comes amid heightened tensions between India and Pakistan and the Indian film producers’ decision to ban Pakistanis from working in films being made in India. 
“We will suspend the exhibition of Indian films till normalcy (returns),” The Express Tribute quoted Nadeem Mandviwalla, owner of Mandviwalla Entertainment, as saying.
“No Indian movies will play in my cinemas from Friday onwards for sure,” he added. Mandviwalla Entertainment runs Atrium cinemas in Karachi as well as Centaurus in Islamabad.
In the past week, Bollywood films “Pink” and “Banjo” had released in Pakistan. This week, “M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story”, could have released.
But its distributor IMGC Global Entertainment withheld it as it was felt the film could have anti-Pakistan elements in its narrative about cricket, the company’s head Amjad Rasheed told IANS over phone from Dubai.
Super Cinema owner Khorem Gultasab said he had already stopped screening Indian films at his facilities, the Express Tribune reported.
“From Friday, no Bollywood film will be screened at Super Cinemas for at least two weeks to show solidarity with our actors and our military,” Gultasab was quoted as saying.
Cinepax, Pakistan’s largest network of cinemas, has not yet banned Indian movies. A senior official of the cinema chain said it would follow suit if film exhibitors take a joint decision, the daily said.
Mandviwalla said: “We were taking things lightly initially since the so-called ban (on Pakistani artistes in India) was (by) a few mischief-mongers.
“But things have gotten serious after the official (IMPPA) declaration,” he added, referring to the Indian Motion Pictures Producers Assocation.
Gultasab said Pakistanis must “completely black out Indian content” from TV channels too, the Express Tribune reported.
Renowned Pakistani filmmaker Jami agreed. “If you want a ban, just ban all Indian content.”
On Thursday, Indian film producers passed a resolution banning Pakistanis from working in films being made in India. The move was announced by IMPAA in Mumbai.
Many Pakistani actors and singers are known to work in Bollywood. After the terror attack that killed 19 Indian soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena asked Pakistani artistes to leave India.