‘I Feel Extremely Fortunate To Be With My Family’ Currently, he is in Delhi and wants to return to Mumbai. He said, "I came to Delhi on May 28. It was a scary experience, as my flight was full. Being a responsible citizen, I quarantined myself for 14 days after reaching Delhi. I feel extremely fortunate to be with my family. I have not lived with them for such a long stretch in ages. I am from Jammu and Kashmir, and I moved to Delhi for studies and then to Mumbai for work. Fortunately, my parents moved to Delhi a year-and-a-half ago owing to my sister's education. So, we could all be under one roof during this challenging phase." … [Read more...] about Bigg Boss 14: Panipat’s Sahil Salathia Says If He Participates, He’ll Be The Worst Contestant
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— Vanitha Vijaykumar (@vanithavijayku1) August 6, 2020 She further added that freedom of speech doesn't mean that one can interfere in other's personal space. Vanitha wrote, "Now do u understand the negativity in social media and the way one can misuse it?freedom of speech doesn't mean one can butt into anyone's personal life and make derogatory comments. Next these small time YouTube Media blows up all these things unnecessarily.if all this has to." … [Read more...] about Did Vanitha Vijaykumar Take An Indirect Dig At Meera Mitun’s Degrading Remarks On Popular Actors?
Last year, North Carolina rapper Rapsody was searching for an introductory track for her new album, Eve, a concept LP about the history and power of black women. Her producer suggested a song she didn’t know well: Nina Simone’s 1965 version of “Strange Fruit.” A concise but graphic evocation of a Southern lynching, “Strange Fruit” was one of America’s earliest and most shocking protest songs, drawing attention to the thousands of acts of racist terrorism against black people in this country’s history. “Black bodies swinging in the Southern breeze/Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees/Pastoral scene of the gallant South/The bulging eyes and the twisted mouth,” went one of its verses. … [Read more...] about ‘Strange Fruit’: The Timely Return of One of America’s Most Powerful Protest Songs
"Local roads being what they are, their best chance to [promote tourism] rested in revitalizing an outdated rail system," McQuarrie writes. "This included replacing the main decking of the bridge in question, which engineers had deemed structurally unsound. The bridge was not built entirely in 1906 as has been reported. That bridge was partially destroyed by the retreating Germans during the Second World War before being rebuilt (the current bridge is, in fact, one of two very similar ones in the area, neither of which is a protected monument). Bottom line: to open up the area to tourism, the bridge needed to go." … [Read more...] about Mission: Impossible 7 Director Clears Up Controversy Over Blowing Up 111-Year Old Bridge
For the unversed, Sarkaru Vaari Paata makers recently announced an audio clip release on the special occasion of the Superstar's birthday. Though the team has not revealed more details about the same, there are reports claiming that a highlight dialogue of the actor with a song will be out on August 9, 2020. Well, we will have to wait for two more days to witness the highly-awaited update from the film. … [Read more...] about Sarkaru Vaari Paata Audio Clip Release: S Thaman Starts Countdown To Thrill Mahesh Babu Fans