Ye Maaya Chesave is the debut film of Samantha Akkineni and surprisingly, the actress stunned everyone with the portrayal of catholic girl Jessie Thekkekuttu. Earlier, in an interview, Samantha thanked film's director Gautham Menon for playing a crucial part in moulding her as an actress. Samantha was paired opposite Naga Chaitanya (now husband) and won everyone's hearts with her natural performance. … [Read more...] about 10 Years Of Samantha Akkineni: 5 Roles That Made Her The Lady Superstar
— Sarvam (@amruthavilaas) February 22, 2020 But at the same time, this piece of news isn't surprising as not too long ago, Pawan Kalyan's look from the Pink remake had also gone viral on social media after it got leaked online. Before that, fans went into a tizzy when Jr NTR's picture from the sets of RRR found its way to the internet. … [Read more...] about After RRR And Pink Remake, Chiranjeevi’s Acharya Suffers From Online Leak
After making a successful debut with Karan Johar's production venture Student of the Year 2, Ananya Pandey is now making all the right moves professionally. The young actress gave a fine performance in her second outing Pati Patni Aur Woh despite sharing screen space with stars like Kartik Aaryan and Bhumi Pednekar. … [Read more...] about Ananya Pandey Has THIS To Say About Her Fighter Co-star Vijay Deverakonda!
Leave it to Paul Simon to look back not with anger but with fussiness. Timed to coincide with his farewell tour, In the Blue Light finds Simon rifling through his back catalog and remaking ten cuts from his post-Garfunkel albums. Given how notoriously meticulous he’s always been, you’d think Simon would have gotten these takes right the first time, but let’s not forget this is someone who released an album with not one but two songs called “Think Too Much.” … [Read more...] about Review: Paul Simon Revisits Some Obscure Tunes on ‘In the Blue Light’
Winterbottom saves his healthy reserve of anger for the more serious sections involving Mitchell’s writer, a Boswell who acts as the audience’s surrogate and witness to the bad behavior on display. He’s also dispatched to various “factories” in Sri Lanka to gather testimonies to McCreadie’s greatness, all of which present the gritty reality of how this titan of retail made his fortune. These sections also tie in the story of Amanda (Dinita Gohil), a worker at the resort. She, too, has a connection to this industry that runs from High Street to high fashion, one that might strike a more humanistic note if it wasn’t so clearly being treated as the equivalent of a slide in a PowerPoint presentation. Winterbottom has a long history as a socially conscious filmmaker, and a knack for incorporating (and often beautifully blurring the lines of) IRL elements in his fictional narratives. Here, he wants his farce to reverberate with real-world inequities … [Read more...] about ‘Greed’ Review: Lifestyles of the Rich and Toxic