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?
How much highest paid actors
Odious as he may be, Trump is less the cause of America’s decline than a product of its descent. As they stare into the mirror and perceive only the myth of their exceptionalism, Americans remain almost bizarrely incapable of seeing what has actually become of their country. The republic that defined the free flow of information as the life blood of democracy, today ranks 45th among nations when it comes to press freedom. In a land that once welcomed the huddled masses of the world, more people today favor building a wall along the southern border than supporting health care and protection for the undocumented mothers and children arriving in desperation at its doors. In a complete abandonment of the collective good, U.S. laws define freedom as an individual’s inalienable right to own a personal arsenal of weaponry, a natural entitlement that trumps even the safety of children; in the past decade alone 346 American students and teachers have been shot on school grounds. … [Read more...] about The Unraveling of America
Abhishek Bachchan was admitted to Mumbai's Nanavati Hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19 on July 11 along with his father Amitabh Bachchan. Around a week ago, the veteran actor tested negative for Coronavirus and was sent back home, however, Abhishek is still isolated in the hospital. On day 26 (August 5) in the hospital, the actor shared a photo of his care board on Instagram, with an encouraging caption for himself. … [Read more...] about Abhishek Bachchan Posts On Day 26 In Hospital: Come On Bachchan, You Can Do It
These moves have not inoculated Netflix from growing pains when it comes to addressing diversity and inclusion. In 2018, former communications chief Jonathan Friedland was fired over his repeated use of the N-word. In November 2019, comedian and Oscar-winning actress Mo'Nique sued the company, alleging race- and gender-based discrimination over the pay she was offered for a stand-up special. Most recently, British multihyphenate Michaela Coel revealed that her critically acclaimed series I May Destroy You didn't land at Netflix, despite a $1 million offer, because of the company's unwillingness to allow her to retain a share of the copyright. … [Read more...] about Netflix’s ‘Strong Black Lead’ Marketing Team Shows the Power (and Business Benefit) of Amplifying Black Voices