Earlier today, actress Shilpa Shetty Kundra announced that she has become a mother to a baby girl, who is born through surrogacy. Shilpa wrote, "Our prayers have been answered with a miracle. With gratitude in our hearts we are thrilled to announce the arrival of our little Angel. Samisha Shetty Kundra. Born on 15th February 2020 Junior SSK in the house." … [Read more...] about Did Rangoli Chandel Take A Dig At Shilpa Shetty Kundra Over Surrogacy?
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Montwheeler drove to Monty’s house. When he pulled up, Javier was standing outside. A confrontation unfolded on the lawn, with Monty trying to calm his brother. In the truck, Carrasco worked herself free from the seat belt. She turned to Emilio, but he held tight to his bindings, afraid of what his father might do. “I just started to panic,” Carrasco says. “I had to make a quick decision and I had to leave my baby in the car.” It was a chaotic scene. At one point, Montwheeler rammed his truck into Javier’s car. Javier drove through a neighbor’s fence when he tried to flee with Carrasco. Finally, Montwheeler grabbed the rifle, and his son, and ran inside the house. As police gathered on the lawn, he unloaded a series of warning shots and lit his pickup on fire. His cousin Jim Hilderbrand, then a sheriff’s deputy, arrived to help talk him down. After 10 hours, Montwheeler surrendered. “Emilio had wet himself,” Hilderbrand … [Read more...] about Pleas of Insanity: The Mysterious Case of Anthony Montwheeler
Ayushmann Khurrana, as Kartik, impresses us with yet another challenging role of his career. But in some portions, Ayushmann tries to do a bit over the top and his expression looks animated. It’s not Ayushmann’s best which we have already seen in Article 15 and Andhadhun. Jitendra Kumar as Aman looks confused and unconfident. Despite having a long and important role, Jitu Bhaiyya failed to create a mark. … [Read more...] about Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan Movie Review: Ayushmann’s Film Teaches A Lesson To Homophobic People
The prologue with Jesse and Mike (set circa Season Five’s “Buyout,” where Jesse is ready to retire in the wake of Todd murdering Drew Sharp) establishes the movie’s key question: In escaping this criminal life, can Jesse find a way to set things right, as he suggests, or is Mike correct that all he can do is to start over? The events of the end of the series — where Walt arranges for his kids to inherit what’s left of his fortune, helps Skyler get out of her legal jam, rescues Jesse, and kills all of his remaining enemies — suggest that it is possible to right at least some of the wrongs you’ve done. Jesse’s adventures on the way to Alaska aren’t as sweepingly effective in this regard as Walt’s return from New Hampshire was, which makes sense, since he was never the intellectual or the showman his late partner was. But in addition to getting out of town with a decent amount of money, Jesse manages to repay a variety of … [Read more...] about ‘El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie’ Recap: Jesse Pinkman Is Born Again
Of German-Irish-Scottish extraction, Robert Clark Seger is the second son (brother George works for a security firm in North Carolina) of Stewart and Charlotte Seger. Stewart was an accomplished singer and musician who also considered a career in medicine, but both goals gave way as he began to drink excessively. The father dropped out of medical school and took a job as a medic for the Ford Motor Company in Detroit, and then one day he deserted his family, striking out for California. The Segers immediately fell from middle-class status into a world of one-room flats. His mother, with whom he remains close, began working as a housekeeper and pooled her meager salary with son George’s wages from various odd jobs. Bob, who was ten years old at the time, was devastated by the experience. … [Read more...] about The Fire This Time