A source close to Varun told IANS, "It will be around 40 people from both the family gather for the occasion. They will stay in a resort in Alibaug from January 22 to January 26 and then the family and the couple return to Mumbai. So far, that is the information I can share. As far as I know, no Bollywood celebrity will be attending the ceremony now because then the guest list would have to cross 500, which is not practically possible, keeping COVID-19 in mind." … [Read more...] about Varun Dhawan-Natasha Dalal’s Wedding To Have A Restricted Guest List Owing To COVID-19 Pandemic?
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The rush of incoming aircraft roused Waheeda and her sleeping family. It was long after dark on a cool spring night in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province, a Taliban stronghold of fertile valleys and stark mountains that borders Pakistan. The sound of warplanes is a familiar echo across the skies here, but it had never come so close to Waheeda’s mud-brick home. Her father, a village doctor named Nazar Gul, got up to see what was going on when the first bomb struck the family compound, killing five of her cousins. Her father was moving toward the blast site when a second bomb exploded, she says. In an instant, both of her parents and five of her sisters vanished. “It was dark and dusty, and nothing was visible,” the 14-year-old remembers. “I just knew they were all martyred.” … [Read more...] about America’s Longest War Takes a Deadly New Turn
The Brady Bunch, the chief inspiration for this week’s episode, debuted in 1969, but it is in many ways the quintessential Seventies sitcom. If we’re talking quality, popularity, or topicality, then All in the Family is your champion for the decade. But the look of the Brady home, the Brady fashions, and, in later years, the Brady men’s perms, make it the key pop-culture artifact you would show future generations to illustrate what that era looked and felt like. Though Carol Brady is not a witch like Samantha Stevens, there is a sense of magical unreality to the blended family’s adventures that make it not only a great match for whatever the heck WandaVision is doing, but for the extended Sixties hangover that so many Americans felt throughout Watergate, gas lines, and the rest of the Me Decade. That transparent phoniness — right down to the backyard clearly consisting of Astroturf — is part of the reason The Brady Bunch became such a Generation X … [Read more...] about ‘WandaVision’ Recap: Sibling Revelry
The photo was taken 2 days ago in the town of Colmar. We know Bourdain had been out there filming an episode of 'Parts Unknown' with pal and fellow chef Eric Ripert. Ripert is at the helm of the bike with Bourdain, who looks deep in thought. … [Read more...] about Anthony Bourdain On Tandem Bike Ride in One of His Last Photos
The opening episode of the TV show will feature segments on Nike and its controversial Oregon Project, the story of how a group of Minneapolis police officers coached Minneapolis North High School to become a powerhouse and bridge communities as well as Covid-19 long haulers, athletes who continue to suffer debilitating symptoms months after contracting the virus. … [Read more...] about HBO’s ‘Real Sports With Bryant Gumbel’ Sets Companion Podcast