It is raining hits at the Tamil Nadu box office and Namma Veettu Pillai, the Sivakarthikeyan movie, has found a top slot in the recent big successes of the industry. The film, directed by Pandiraj, is in the third week of its run now and Namma Veettu Pillai has managed to expand its success, despite slowing down a bit over the past weekend. Reportedly, Namma Veettu Pillai has collected around Rs 52.34 crore from the first 17 days of its run in theatres across Tamil Nadu. The film has gone on to become one among the top-grossing movies in the career of Sivakarthikeyan so far. Read Namma Veettu Pillai Box Office Collections (17 Days) report to know more. Third Weekend At Chennai Box Office Namma Veettu Pillai had slowed down a bit on its third weekend. According to reports, the film managed to collect around Rs 29 lakh from the past three days at the Chennai box office. At The Fifth Spot Importantly, Namma Veettu Pillai managed to be in the top 5 list at the Chennai box office in its … [Read more...] about Namma Veettu Pillai Box Office Collections (17 Days): One Among The Top Grossers Of Sivakarthikeyan
What do you think of the idea of the beloved Little Women — Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy — as material girls? On today’s Sony Pictures panel at Deadline’s The Contenders Los Angeles, Little Women writer-director Greta Gerwig said she wanted to bring out the power of money over women’s choices in Little Women’s Victorian Era. Gerwig appeared on the panel with producer Amy Pascal and actor Florence Pugh, who portrays aspiring painter Amy. She said the film’s emphasis on the fact that women had no opportunity to earn their own money in that time period helps an audience understand Amy, who wants to be an artist but also aspires to marry a wealthy man. “(Amy) finally gets a moment to explain herself…Amy is realistic. At no point do you hate her for her decisions,” Gerwig said. Related Story Netflix Originals ‘The Irishman’, ‘Marriage Story’ & ‘The Two Popes’ Capture True Stories - The … [Read more...] about Sony’s ‘Little Women’, ‘A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood’, ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ And Playing With History – The Contenders L.A.
As the nation celebrates Children's Day today (November 14, 2019), B-town celebs including Rishi Kapoor, Bipasha Basu, Anil Kapoor and Siddhant Chaturvedi walk down memory lane and share their childhood pictures on their social media handles. Among all, it's Rishi Kapoor's post which has left us in awe of him. Rishi Kapoor shared a throwback picture from his childhood days and captioned it, "Original "Coca Cola" advertisement. Boney Kapoor,Aditya Kapoor, Rishi Kapoor,Tutu Sharma and that cute brat Anil Kapoor( photo courtesy Khalid Mohammed)." Anil Kapoor was quick to re-tweet Rishi Kapoor's post and wrote, "The OG trend setters! 😂 Drinking Coca Cola was serious business! Look at those cool party hats! @chintskap @BoneyKapoor." A netizen also commented on their picture and wrote, "Chalo, here is proof that @AnilKapoor looked different when he was a child. Otherwise he has not changed a bit since he was 25. Lol." Another netizen wrote, "Sir you would have given #TaimurAliKhan … [Read more...] about Children’s Day Special: Rishi Kapoor, Bipasha Basu & Siddhant Chaturvedi Share Their Childhood Pics
When Martina McBride’s “Independence Day” was released to country radio in April 1994, it was easy to mistake the country song for a U-S-A! U-S-A! anthem. It was titled after America’s most patriotic holiday after all, and its irresistible chorus of “Let freedom ring!” seemed custom-made for small-town Fourth of July celebrations to come. But the true meaning behind “Independence Day,” written by Gretchen Peters and recorded by powerhouse vocalist McBride, was lost on many listeners — the seemingly July 4th holiday hit turned out to be a story of domestic violence and one woman’s drastic measures to escape abuse at home. “I started getting all these letters — handwritten letters, back in the day — from women saying, ‘This is my song,’” McBride says now. “I got a few letters that said, ’I heard this song on the radio, I’ve been battered for 10 years, and I left. This was the … [Read more...] about Martina McBride’s ‘Independence Day’: How a Song About Domestic Violence Got Mistaken for a Patriotic Anthem
Whether today is the beginning of the end of Donald Trump’s presidency or the end of its beginning, one’s thing for sure: partisan political warfare got real fast Wednesday as the House impeachment hearings went live on TV. Besides a hairspray-defying strong wind, Trumps worst nightmare started promptly at 10 AM ET/7 AM PT as the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence kicked off its first public hearing, and within minutes the Republican minority aimed to knock the Democrats off their game. Starting with a very real reality-TV moment of an interrupting question from Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX) as chair Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) tried to methodically lay out how the heavily televised day would go, the GOP looked to defang the proceeds citing a thousand parliamentary procedures. Clearly well-scripted for his big turn in the media glare, Sunday show regular and Hollywood congressman Schiff appeared ruffled by the rupture – it wouldn’t be the first time in … [Read more...] about Impeachment TV Hearing Descends Into Partisan Brawl As GOP Comes Out Swinging For Trump On Day 1