Ekta Let Sushant Singh Rajput Live His Bollywood Dreams "The result was that Abhishek chose Sushant ( who was also in the scenes) and asked Ekta Kapoor about him. It was a time when Pavitra Rishta was rocking the charts and Ekta cud have easily convinced him against his choice but she let him go despite the contract so he could make his career ( needless to say that Abhishek was her cousin too). The only reason to narrate this whole tale was that don't let any mentor loose their will to encourage talent. As u will crush the dreams of many. And maybe the iron gates will be closed tighter." … [Read more...] about Sonali: Ekta Let Sushant Singh Rajput Live His Bollywood Dreams When Pavitra Rishta Was Rocking
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More Than 45 Titles Are Part Of The Collection The collection reportedly was curated after noticing a spike in the viewership for 2011 film titled, The Help. As soon as a user logs in, a pop up displaying the films and shows in the list is displayed. The Black Lives Matter collection is available in the main menu as well as the drop-down menu. … [Read more...] about Netflix Curates Black Lives Matter Collection Of Movies And Shows To Highlight Black Voices
Should he return to the UFC, a third showdown with rival Nate Diaz is likely the leading candidate. The pair has fought twice before, splitting the encounters. Diaz won the first fight when he stepped in on short notice and submitted McGregor for his only UFC loss in a thrilling affair. The rematch provided a different result, with McGregor outpointing Diaz over five rounds to win a majority decision. … [Read more...] about Mayweather Vs. McGregor Is Over: So, Now What?
In a time of crisis, subtlety is not an option, and speed is essential. Neil Young recorded the nine original songs on this album in six days, just a month ago. He wrote four of those songs on the day he cut them. And in all nine, Young charges the current president and his administration with, among other things, lying, spying, waging war with no right or reason and dereliction of duty to the nation’s founding ideals. He then calls for the most extreme judgment available to the American people in “Let’s Impeach the President,” with rusty-fuzz guitar, the righteous muscle of a hundred-strong choir, a trumpet playing “Taps” and the self-incriminating voice of Bush himself. … [Read more...] about Living With War
The episode was classic Bachmann, whose political strategy throughout her career has mostly revolved around having her Little House on the Never-Existed Fundamentalist Prairie sensibilities rocked by something she has read (or misread) in the news, then immediately proposing a horseshit, total-waste-of-everybody’s-time legislative action in response. In 2009, after she saw a news story about the Chinese calling on the world to abandon the dollar as its reserve currency, Bachmann somehow took this to mean that the Obama administration might force ordinary Americans to abandon their familiar green dollar bills for some international and no doubt atheist currency. To combat this possibility, Bachmann introduced a resolution to “bar the dollar from being replaced by any foreign currency.” Even after the gaffe was made public, Bachmann pressed on, challenging Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner to “categorically renounce the United States moving away from the … [Read more...] about Michele Bachmann’s Holy War