The second daughter Janvi wrote, "It's her quarantine birthday, and it would be great if you Ayushmann make her feel special and wish her in your way!! She loves youuuuuu!" Little did the two sisters know that Ayushmann will surprise them and their mother with an adorable post and celebrate Mona's birthday on the internet and get all of India to also celebrate Mona's birthday today! … [Read more...] about Ayushmann Khurrana Gives Surprise To Quarantined Women On Her Birthday Amid Coronavirus Lockdown
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Khatron Ke Khiladi 10 started off with a bang. The viewers are in love with the show, all thanks to the dangerous and challenging stunts, and interesting line-up of celebrity contestants. The show has been one of the top five shows on the TRP chart ever since it began. As we revealed earlier, fans are loving Tejasswi Prakash and host, Rohit Shetty's bond. They are also going crazy seeing the actress and her co-contestant Shivin Narang's bond. In fact, they have also created TeVin hashtag and Tejasswi is surprised about the same. … [Read more...] about Tejasswi Prakash Surprised With Fans Creating TeVin Hashtag; Clarifies She Is NOT Dating Shivin!
So it goes with the Beatles‘ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and its wonderful swirl of visuals, ranging from that most distinguished assembly of personalities on its front cover courtesy of Pop artists Peter Blake and Jann Haworth, to some sleeve work by the Dutch design team the Fool, to Michael Cooper’s photographs, to the grab-bag of cut-out treasures that accompanied the album. Art dealer Robert Fraser helmed the proceedings as art director, with the most legendary cover-art shoot in rock history transpiring 50th years ago on March 30th. The cover was lavishly pricey to produce, but it solidified the Beatles’ mythic status for all time. … [Read more...] about Beatles’ ‘Sgt. Pepper’ Artwork: 10 Things You Didn’t Know
As the tour rolls on, his vocals get wheezier – by the Toronto gig on December 6, he can barely pronounce “places” or “remember” in the first line. He toys with the words – now it’s “people and things I can’t recall,” then it’s “people and things that came and went.” He gets cheers when he introduces Billy Preston to play the organ solo. He ends with a benediction: “God bless John, Paul and Ringo, and all the ex-ex-ex-ex-exes.” (Some nights it’s “ex-ex-exes,” other nights it’s just “ex-wives.” In Seattle, he says, “That was a personal, really, for John Lennon, who wrote that one, because I really love him. He’s all right, he’s a lumberjack.”) It would be one thing if George sounded cynical or dismissive, but he’s really trying – this song matters to him. He’s coming to terms with his history, but for the renunciation … [Read more...] about Rob Sheffield on the Beatles’ Solo Wilderness Years
I really value the experience, commitment and time that our viewers put into staying with us. The idea of compromising anything when it comes to the relationship between the show and the viewers, it wasn’t worth it to me. I had that experience happen to me one too many times where I’ve watched a show and I felt like, “Ooh, this really fell off rails” and I leave. All the shows that I come back to, all the shows that I re-watch are the shows that have really stuck it out until the end in meaningful and specific ways and who ended while they were still on top and left me wanting more, that’s why I go back. … [Read more...] about ‘Schitt’s Creek’ Series Finale: Dan Levy Talks Ending On A High Note, Tearful Goodbyes And Authentic LGBTQ Representation