Talking about Urvashi Rautela, her first Telugu film, Black Rose is being helmed by Mohan Bharadwaj and produced by Srinivasaa Chhitturi. Created by Sampath Nandi, the Great Grand Masti actress' next will be released in Hindi and Telugu. The makers have already released the first look poster of Black Rose on social media. … [Read more...] about Allu Arjun Is An Inspiration For Urvashi Rautela; Actress Reveals While Posting Sensuous Dance Video
Leading ladies songs from the stage
Performances Ishaan Khatter gets to showcase both his 'tashan' and 'emotion', and the young lad has a ball of a time as Blackie. His hold on the 'Bambaiyya lingo' is quite impressive. He dances like a dream and when his fists talk, you are all ears for that as well. His tranformation bole toh...alag hi-level ka! … [Read more...] about Khaali Peeli Movie Review: Ishaan Khatter Drives Straight Into Your Heart With His Tashan & Emotion
In Girls Like Us, her bio of Mitchell, Carole King and Carly Simon, Sheila Weller recounts a story about Mitchell and then-husband Chuck recruiting jazz-trained Motown musicians to write lead sheets (transcriptions) of her songs around 1965: “They listened to Joni and said, ‘She’s something else!’ and they looked at her hands and said, ‘Play that again?'” Chuck Mitchell told Weller. Hints of that sophistication–which would lead to equally rewarding and confounding musical adventures–are sprinkled throughout The Early Years. Her guitar playing moves from delicate chording to more complex open tuning. In a bit of between-song improv between songs, she plays and sings wordless vocals; it’s brief, but you can hear the roots of the more freeform style she would later develop on albums like Hejira and the underrated Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter. … [Read more...] about ‘Archives Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967)’ Takes Us Back to Joni Mitchell’s Young Folkie Days
It helps that Byrne is joined by a crew of 11 musician-costars who are just as intriguing to watch as he is, everyone doing double duty, everyone barefoot in matching gray suits (though not oversized, à la Byrne’s iconic look in Demme’s movie). They dance while they sing, prowl and perform and constantly restage themselves across the steel-colored, minimally decorated box of the Hudson Theater’s stage. One second they’re a loose collective, everyone facing different directions, together but apart; the next they’re like a marching rhythm section. … [Read more...] about ‘American Utopia’: David Byrne’s Paradise Found
Raat If you thought cats are cute then we bet you will change your mind after watching one of Ram Gopal Varma's scariest films Raat. From haunted houses, gruesome killings, creepy cats to dramatic exorcism, the film ticks all boxes when it comes to a typical Indian horror flick! The film has plenty of jump-scares to keep you on the edge of your seat. And how can we forget Revathy's haunting eyes! We are sure that you will sleep with lights on in your room after watching this movie. … [Read more...] about Halloween 2020: We Dare You To Watch These Bollywood Films Alone At Night!