Kangana Ranaut may have benefited a bit from her vitriol against Bollywood celebrities if she’d have given her words some thought. Judging by her previous stand against nepotism in the Hindi film industry, not so long ago, apparently, Kangana is now asking support from the same people she had put down earlier. Meanwhile, Avengers: Endgame continues undeterred in its journey at gaining maximum traction in the film business. A latest fan theory suggests that Shuri will help Iron Man in returning back to Earth. Is it too early to celebrate?
Speaking of celebration, Rajnikanth’s daughter Soundarya got married to Vishagan Vanangamudi and the fans got to see the married couple’s exclusive wedding pics today. The 61st Grammy Awards were held at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles, California and Steven Soderbergh’s latest I-phone film released on Netflix. Made with a meagre budget of $2 million, High Flying Bird is surely packing a strong punch.
Here are the highlights from today's entertainment news.
Kangana Ranaut has been naming and shaming fellow film fraternity members, including Alia Bhatt and Meghna Gulzar, for not reciprocating the support she lent to their films. Her comments seem paradoxical considering her earlier remarks on nepotism ruling the film industry.
Rest assured that Avengers: Endgame is going to stay in the news for the better part of this year. New fan theories have emerged that advocate that Shuri will rescue Tony Stark and Nebula to make the Avengers stronger in their stand against Thanos, the mad Titan.
Superstar Rajnikanth’s fans may argue otherwise, but the actor did seem human when he danced at his daughter Soundarya’s sangeet ceremony. It is highly likely that the Thalaiva would have shed some tears too, now that his daughter is married to Vishagan Vanangamudi.
The 61st Grammy Awards were held at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles, California. Former US first lady Michelle Obama graced the evening with her presence and spoke about the power of music, along with Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys, Jennifer Lopez and others.
The much awaited I-phone film, High Flying Bird, directed by the flag bearer of independent cinema, Steven Soderbergh, has released on Netflix. It is a documentary-style-fiction-film that talks about the capitalist nature of sports and a man’s journey to topple the system that works against his likes.
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