Krish Spills More Controversial Details "I told Kangana that several scenes you shot are already shot by me and you're doing it again. It fetched many issues. Kangna Ranaut said, "Abhi kyun aa rahe ho? When Sonu Sood episode happened you didn't support me. And I asked, 'Yeh kya badla le rahe ho aap?" … [Read more...] about Manikarnika Co-director Krish Fires Salvo At Kangana Ranaut: She Reduced The Value Of The Film!
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"The idea is to charge a nominal price, for example, Rs 300 for a family as we can't charge on per person basis. I feel it's quite economical. Also, we will make sure that a password is sent which expires once the show is over which will ensure that there is no piracy or downloads." … [Read more...] about Shreyas Talpade Says Actors Don’t Have The Option Of Working From Home, Starts Online Theatre
The problem was no one could tell when the performance had started. More importantly, no one knew when it was going to end. The best bet was June 1st, when Kanye had announced he would release his highly anticipated eighth studio album. It was always unlikely that this theory would pay off. For one, it would be extremely difficult to make a musically worthy album that also explained the particulars of your recently concluded piece of complex concept art. Also, as May went on, it became harder to square Kanye’s behavior with Wolff’s painstakingly explained theory. However, many fans clung to the explanations that Wolff laid out in his Twitter thread, and later in a piece he wrote for the music site Pigeons & Planes. … [Read more...] about Kanye’s New Album Is Out. So, How About That Performance Art Theory?
Cowboy is dying, and in the background there’s something that looks very much like the monolith in 2001. And it just happened to be there. The whole area of combat was one complete area – it actually exists. One of the things I tried to do was give you a sense of where you were, where everything else was. Which, in war movies, is something you frequently don’t get. The terrain of small-unit action is really the story of the action. And this is something we tried to make beautifully clear: there’s a low wall, there’s the building space. And once you get in there, everything is exactly where it actually was. No cutting away, no cheating. So it came down to where the sniper would be and where the marines were. … [Read more...] about Stanley Kubrick: The Rolling Stone Interview
You read books or see films that depict people being corrupted by Hollywood, but it isn’t that. It’s this tremendous sense of insecurity. A lot of destructive competitiveness. In comparison, England seems very remote. I try to keep up, read the trade papers, but it’s good to get it on paper and not have to hear it every place you go. I think it’s good to just do the work and insulate yourself from that undercurrent of low-level malevolence. … [Read more...] about The Rolling Stone Interview: Stanley Kubrick in 1987