A Whopping Renumeration For Kartik Aaryan A Filmfare report stated that the young star has been paid more than Rs 10 crores for the Hindi remake of Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo. Well, we must say it looks like Kartik is gearing up to give his contemporaries sleepless nights! … [Read more...] about Kartik Aaryan Being Paid This Whopping Amount For Allu Arjun’s Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo Hindi Remake?
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This has nothing to do with political ideology, and everything to do with the quality of life. Finns live longer and are less likely to die in childhood or in giving birth than Americans. Danes earn roughly the same after-tax income as Americans, while working 20 percent less. They pay in taxes an extra 19 cents for every dollar earned. But in return they get free health care, free education from pre-school through university, and the opportunity to prosper in a thriving free-market economy with dramatically lower levels of poverty, homelessness, crime, and inequality. The average worker is paid better, treated more respectfully, and rewarded with life insurance, pension plans, maternity leave, and six weeks of paid vacation a year. All of these benefits only inspire Danes to work harder, with fully 80 percent of men and women aged 16 to 64 engaged in the labor force, a figure far higher than that of the United States. … [Read more...] about The Unraveling of America
Abhishek Will Be Seen In The Big Bull Releasing on Disney+ Hotstar On the work front, Abhishek Bachchan will be seen in upcoming releases like The Big Bull, Anurag Basu's Ludo and Bob Biswas. The Big Bull is all set to release on Disney+ Hotstar, but the makers are yet to announce the film's release date for the streaming platform. … [Read more...] about Abhishek Bachchan Posts On Day 26 In Hospital: Come On Bachchan, You Can Do It
Two years prior, in that very awards ceremony, Netflix's Strong Black Lead marketing team premiered its "A Great Day in Hollywood" commercial, tying the current wave of reinvigorated interest in Black stories to an iconic 1958 photograph by Art Kane, which captured jazz greats from Thelonious Monk to Dizzy Gillespie, in Harlem during the genre's golden era. With 47 Black actors, writers, showrunners and producers across 20 shows, the spot aimed to bring a message into sharp focus: "This is not a moment, this is a movement." It wasn't merely a response to hashtags like #OscarsSoWhite, but rather a harbinger of what was to come as SBL worked to establish a cultural resonance, combining marketing and editorial in a concerted effort to shift the ethos and culture within the Netflix brand. … [Read more...] about Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Lead’ Marketing Team Shows the Power (and Business Benefit) of Amplifying Black Voices