For Quick Alerts Subscribe Now விக்ரம் ஓடிடி ரிலீஸ் எப்போ தெரியுமா? View Sample For Quick Alerts ALLOW NOTIFICATIONS For Daily Alerts Must Watch முகப்பு ஹீரோ Heroes | Published: Thursday, June 30, 2022, 10:08 [IST] சென்னை : அஜித் தற்போது தான் நடித்து வரும் ஏகே 61 படத்திற்கு பிரேக் எடுத்துக் கொண்டு, ஐரோப்பாவில் பைக் டூர் சென்றுள்ளார். இந்த டூரில் அஜித் பற்றி எந்த போட்டோ வெளியே வந்தாலும் அது டிரெண்டாகி வைராலாகி விடுகிறது. ஹெச்.வினோத் இயக்கத்தில் நேர்கொண்ட பார்வை, வலிமை படங்களைத் தொடர்ந்து தற்போது ஏகே 61 படத்தில் நடித்து வருகிறார் அஜித், ஐதராபாத்தில் ஏப்ரல் மாதம் துவங்கி விறுவிறுப்பாக நடைபெற்று வந்த இந்த ஷுட்டிங் தொடர்ந்து ஒரு மாதத்திற்கு மேலாக நடைபெற்றது. ஐதராபாத்தில் போடப்பட்ட மவுண்ட் ரோடு வங்கிக் கிளை போன்ற செட்டிலேயே 80 சதவீதம் ஷுட்டிங்கை முடித்து விட்டார்களாம். நடிகர் வீரா ஏற்கனவே தனது போர்ஷன்களை நடித்து முடித்து விட்டாராம். அஜித் சார்.. டேட் … [Read more...] about அஜித் சார், எங்களுக்கும் ஒரு கார்டு கிடைக்குமா?… ஆசையாக கேட்கும் ரசிகர்கள்
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Popular stunt-based reality show Khatron Ke Khiladi 12 is all set to go on floors soon. Of late, several celebrities' names have been doing the rounds regarding the participation. However, none had confirmed, but of late, the celebrities have been confirming their participation in Rohit Shetty's adventure-based reality show that will be shot in Cape Town, South Africa. Recently, press conference of the show was held, where all celebrity contestants appeared, except Kanika, who was ill. Take a look at the confirmed list of contestants who will be showing off their daredevil stunts on the show. Rubina Dilaik The first celebrity who confirmed the participation in the Colors' popular show is none other then, Colors own favourite girl- Rubina Dilaik. Earlier, the actress had refuted the reports. But recently, she confirmed her participation and revealed that she is excited to be a part of the show. Rubina was seen on Colors' Shakti- Astitiva Ke Ehsaas Ki and is … [Read more...] about Khatron Ke Khiladi Season 12 Contestants List: Rubina Dilaik, Shivangi Joshi & Others To Participate
Sonny Barger , the notorious founding member of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club, author, ex-convict, occasional Sons of Anarchy actor and one of the bikers who provided the violent, bloody security at the infamous 1969 Rolling Stones Altamont concert, died of Wednesday of cancer. He was 83. Barger announced his own death in a pre-written message subsequently posted today on his Facebook page: “If you are reading this message, you’ll know that I’m gone. I’ve asked that this note be posted immediately after my passing. I’ve lived a long and good life filled with adventure. And I’ve had the privilege to be part of an amazing club. Although I’ve had a public persona for decades, i’ve mostly enjoyed special time with my club brothers, my family, and close friends. “Please know that I passed peacefully after a brief battle with cancer. But also know that in the end, I was surrounded by what really matters: My wife, Zorana, as well as my loved ones. Keep your head up … [Read more...] about Sonny Barger Dies: Hells Angels Founder, ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Actor & Rolling Stones Nemesis Was 83
Tollywood's one of the busiest character artists Pavithra Lokesh, who was in news for her alleged live-in relationship and marriage to actor VN Naresh has approached the police recently. Pavithra, who was fed up with the number of fake profiles on her name on social media platforms has decided to take action by lodging a complaint against the culprits behind those fake profiles. She believed and stated in her complaint that her images are being misused in these fake profiles and have been causing mental unrest owing to the phenomenon. In the complaint she filed under the Information Technology (IT) Act, she mentioned that the fake profiles are tarnishing her reputation. Pavithra Lokesh is the daughter of Mysore Lokesh, who is an actor and director in the Kannada Film Industry. She began her career in the Kannada Television industry before securing work in the regional film industry. She gradually made her way up to Tollywood. For her looks and image of a … [Read more...] about Pavithra Lokesh Files Police Complaint Against Culprits Who Created Her Fake Profiles on FB!
When Mom Rock got an invite to perform on the Rock Boat in 2020, they presumed it was a spam email, or a joke. This was a five-day cruise from Miami through the Caribbean headlined by veteran acts like Switchfoot and Sister Hazel, and they were a bunch of college students who’d never played anything bigger than a basement house party. “We were about to write it off before we actually realized it was a real thing,” says Mom Rock singer-guitarist Curtis Heimburger. “We had no idea how we got asked. We eventually just said, ‘Alright, this is amazing fortune and we’re going to run with it.'” That amazing fortune, it turns out, extended beyond just the Rock Boat gig, and it’s well-deserved. Since forming in 2017 at Boston’s Berklee School of Music, drawing inspiration from Weezer, Talking Heads, and Bleachers, Mom Rock have honed an addictive mix of power pop and alt-rock; the first two songs they uploaded to Spotify (“Conversation,” “Grand Romantic Life”) racked up more than a … [Read more...] about How Mom Rock Became One of America’s Best Young Bands Before Graduating College
Beck has shared a newly recorded rendition of his 1996 single “Where It’s At” and breaks down the origins of the Odelay classic in these exclusive clips from the singer’s upcoming episode in Audible ’s Words + Music series . For the episode dubbed “Dear Life” — named after a cut off his 2017 LP Colors — Beck revisits and re-records some of his most popular songs, including “Loser” and “Where It’s At,” to give each track a fresh perspective following his decades-long tenure as a music pioneer. Beck previously hinted that he was re-recording some older songs — a.k.a. pulling a Taylor Swift — from his catalog during a SXSW keynote earlier this year , but didn’t specify why until now. “I think it’s a bit arbitrary that you make a record and that’s the only version that exists,” Beck said at the time. “You look back at your work and you see things you want to fix. That’s what drives the next album. You constantly try to not evolve but crystallize.” The … [Read more...] about Hear Beck’s Re-Recorded Rendition of ‘Where It’s At’ From New Audible Special ‘Dear Life’
Halsey is going to speak about abortion rights — whether concertgoers like it or not. On Wednesday, the singer shared a series of tweets defending the decision to speak up about reproductive rights during the Love and Power tour after some attendees walked out of a concert last weekend. “The ‘people pay to see you sing not hear your views’ argument is so dumb. No, you paid to see me use a stage as a form of expression in the manner that I choose,” Halsey (who uses she/they pronouns) said. “Sorry you lack the critical thinking to realize that the rhetorical power of music doesn’t always serve your escapism.” The “people pay to see you sing not hear your views” argument is so dumb. No, you paid to see me use a stage as a form of expression in the manner that I choose. Sorry you lack the critical thinking to realize that the rhetorical power of music doesn’t always serve your escapism. — h (@halsey) June 29, 2022 Halsey continued, “Honored to have my audience. Proud they … [Read more...] about Halsey Defends Decision to Speak on Abortion Rights: ‘My Fans Are on the Right Side of History’
Vintage songs are regularly remade, sampled and, most recently, interpolated into new ones . But even in that context, the saga of Leonard Cohen ’s “ Hallelujah ” remains singular. A song that was initially rejected and ignored by the music business in the Eighties has, over the last two or three decades, become a go-to pop hymn for TV talent shows, soundtracks, even a Saturday Night Live sketch. For a long time, “Suzanne” was in the running as Cohen’s leading contribution to the post-rock pop repertoire. “Hallelujah” has now overtaken it: Pick nearly any genre, and you’ll find someone in singing it, whether or not they’re attuned to its knotty, elliptical lyrics. That story is ably unfurled in Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song , co-directors Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine’s new documentary on the tune that refuses to go quietly into the night. Inspired by writer Alan Light’s 2012 book The Holy or the Broken , it tracks the protracted origins of the song (Cohen … [Read more...] about How Did ‘Hallelujah’ Become a Classic? A New Leonard Cohen Doc Explains Why.
Willie Nelson will explore his many adventures with late drummer Paul English in his new book, Me and Paul: Untold Tales of a Fabled Friendship , set to be released Sept. 20 via Harper Horizon. A member of Nelson’s band since 1966, English was renowned for his tough, outlaw style and served as the group’s de facto bodyguard in addition to his drumming duties. He adopted a persona called “The Devil,” matching the name with an evil-looking goatee and wearing a cape. He earned a reputation for fist fights as well as getting his mates out of dangerous situations on the road. Nelson immortalized him in song with 1971’s “Me & Paul,” a travelogue of sorts that chronicled some memorable — and possibly illegal — mishaps in Laredo, Milwaukee, and Buffalo. English remained a regular member of Nelson’s band up until his 2020 death at the age of 87. “There’s something about my friendship with Paul that reminds me of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn,” Nelson said in a statement. “Tom was … [Read more...] about Willie Nelson Details His ‘Wild’ Friendship With Drummer Paul English in New Book
A little more than a dozen years ago, Willie Nelson stumbled out of the poker room at his house in Maui in a haze of marijuana smoke to find his then-14-year-old son Micah playing Mario Kart on a Nintendo 64. Micah had just returned from a school trip, and his father greeted him with a huge grin. “Welcome home, Particle Kid !” Willie said. “I thought it was the funniest thing, so I never forgot it,” Micah says. “Years later I asked him about it and he said, ‘I was trying to say “Welcome home, Prodigal Son,” but I was so stoned it came out as ‘Particle Kid.'” By that point, the teenaged Micah had already started recording his own low-fi, dreamscape music – a slow tumble of guitars, far-off vocals, and washes of rhythm and noise – and when he decided to release it, he used the nom de smoke-plume that Willie had given him. The first Particle Kid collections were limited to 200 cassette tapes on the indie label Dome of Doom, and there was no sign they came from the son of Willie … [Read more...] about The Trippy Troubadour: Micah Nelson Explains Why ‘Perfect’ Is Overrated