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Justin Bieber hits paparazzi with his monster truck; injured photographer defends the singer from hospital bed
Justin Bieber himself got out of his truck to have a look at the matter. Justin Bieber is always careful and affectionate towards his fans and so he was equally kind to the Maurice who got hit by his monster black truck. As the truck was too big, Justin Bieber couldn't see him, as there was a slope. I think the truck was a little too big for him though, because there's no way he could see over the front.
Bigg Boss Tamil: Kamal Haasan, Oviya army and contestants up the popularity meter
The reality TV show hosted by the veteran actor Kamal Haasan and aired on Vijay TV is breaking the internet these days. Earlier, the Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) report said that Bigg Boss Tamil has garnered 3.6 crore views in just two weeks' time. Most of the contestants for the Tamil version are from the Tamil film industry with a model and activist thrown in for good measure.
'GOT' actor Nikolaj Coster Waldau sues ex-manager for fraud
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is suing Jill Littman for fraud, claiming she's seeking commissions she isn't owed. Under that deal, beginning in 2006, Coster-Waldau would pay Littman 10 percent of his pay for employment obtained while she represented him. Shortly after Coster-Waldau fired Littman he stopped payment on a commission check, eventually leading Impression to initiate arbitration proceedings. The actor also on Friday asked the court for a temporary restraining order enjoining Impression from proceeding with the arbitration.
Tom Felton not returning as series regular on 'The Flash'
Actor Tom Felton will not be returning as a series regular for the fourth season of The Flash. The character was missing from the new season four footage in the recently released trailer, which was shown at Comic-Con.
Aadar Jain dreams of becoming director
Actor Ranbir Kapoor`s cousin Aadar Jain says he dreams of becoming a director. I want to do all this and I also want to write a story. I will think about directing a movie in the future, Aadar said on Friday during a media interaction for his upcoming film 'Qaidi Band'. Anya Singh, who is also making her debut in Habib Faisal's 'Qaidi Band', spoke about her character.
Kids doing drugs worries me: Rana Daggubati
Chennai wake of a major drug bust earlier this month in Hyderabad, actor Rana Daggubati said it worries him and its really dangerous to know that school children have been involved in this racket. What worries Rana is that children are taking drugs. The dangerous story about school kids doing drugs worries me. How are they bringing drugs into the country, Rana asked. On the career front, Rana awaits the release of Telugu-Tamil political drama 'Nene Raju, Nene Mantri'.
Dhaassyam Geetha Bhascker: The aunt next door
The decision to have Dhaassyam Geetha Bhascker play an aunt to Bhanumathi in Fidaa was nothing short of a casting wonder. The mother of Pelli Choopulu director Tharun Bhascker, is enjoying the phase that's come with a lot of firsts. She gets candid in an interview, prior to the book launch and a Fidaa-platinum disc event at Sudarshan 35 mm. Tharun had taken me to Sekhar Kammula for the audition, and said that I wouldn't anyway get past the audition.
The best year, indeed
Not necessarily in the world out there but also within, often with a book, music or film for company. I have been killing time, in my time off, by journeying into 1957, arguably Hindi cinema's best year by far. Most of all, it's the many red herrings and the big, unexpected reveal that make the movie do Agatha Christie proud. The finale may seem politically incorrect what with the women being blamed conveniently and things getting resolved too easily.
Tiny man, terrific strength
An unsettling sense of decay shadows Manohar Aich and his family in Prateek Vats' debut documentary, A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings. A man a fourth his age lends him support by grasping his droopy, wrinkly biceps. The filming of the documentary was started when Aich turned 101 and finished when he was 103. Upon its completion early this year, Vats sent the documentary to various film festivals and is waiting for responses.
Pritam: I have a lot of respect for Rishi Kapoor
In an interview with a tabloid, Rishi Kapoor had reportedly slammed director Anurag Basu for being irresponsible with the film, which was in the making for over three years. Kapoor had also called out Pritam for delivering the music just a week before the film's release. Pritam in an interview to PTI, says, I have spent enough time in the industry to not believe any interview verbatim. Unless I get a personal message, I don't believe in anything.
That dares to speak its name
Certainly the exhibition and its timeline make for a compelling story and involves memorabilia, personal histories, portraits and art. The exhibition begins promisingly, by piecing together work by some of the most well-known figures in the British art scene. Wilde's widely publicised trial and his unsuccessful defence of a love that dare not speak its name had a corollary in his own approach to the government.
Answers from South Asia
These are some questions raised by 'Lucid Dreams and Distant Visions', an exhibition of 'South Asian Art in the Diaspora', currently on display at New York's Asia Society. The show provides useful answers, but they must be teased out. It is the dichotomy of my experience that holds the most fascination for me, the great painter Shahzia Sikander has written. Sikander, who grew up in Lahore and now lives in Brooklyn, could be speaking for all the artists on display.
Not just the era of flower power
It was the era not just of the flower generation, but also of contesting ideas about statehood, civil rights and social conventions. On one hand if there was Muhammad Ali turning his fist power into a political idiom, on the other there was Che Guevara challenging imperial powers with battle-hardened nerves and ideas. Emerging from placid North Bengal, the movement quickly spread to the plains and eventually other parts of the country.
Shreyas Talpade wants to play Kishore Kumar, Yuvraj Singh in biopic
Shreyas Talpade says true stories inspire him and he would love to bring on-screen the life tale of legendary singer-actor Kishore Kumar and cricketer Yuvraj Singh. In an interview with PTI Shreyas says, True stories and biopic do excite me. There is one biopic that I want to be a part of as an actor and that was of Kishore Da but eventually it fissile out.
Aamir Khan urges people to help those affected in Gujarat and Assam floods
If there is one actor who always provides help to those who have been in need, it is Aamir Khan. Today, the actor posted a video on Twitter and urged people to come out support those affected in the Gujarat and Assam floods. There, our brothers and sisters who are staying have to face lot of difficulties. Lots of lives have also been lost and there has been a huge financial loss too.
Christopher Nolan banned chairs, water bottles on 'Dunkirk' set
Actor Mark Rylance says that he and his co-stars Fionn Whitehead, Harry Styles and Tom Hardy were not allowed chairs and water bottles on the set of Dunkirk. Rylance says Nolan has various idiosyncrasies as a director. The flames on the water and men swimming in them; he really wants to minimize the amount of post-production and CGI stuff, Rylance told independent.co.uk. He does things like he doesn't like having chairs on set for actors or bottles of water, he's very particular, he added.
Aamir Khan's special video urging fans to donate money for Gujarat, Assam floods is a must watch!
Superstar Aamir Khan on Saturday took to Twitter and shared a special video urging his fans to help the people in flood-affected areas of Gujarat and Assam respectively. In a 40 second video, Aamir appealed to his fans and followers to contribute towards the Chief Minister's Relief Fund for both the states. He can be seen asking the people to do their bit in making a difference and extend their help to the flood-stricken areas.
Dulquer Salmaan's Birthday: Here Is How Rana Daggubati, Vikram Prabhu & Sunny Wayne Wished Him!
Dulquer Salmaan's birthday was definitely an eventful one with such pleasant surprises and importantly, the actor himself got warm wishes from his best buddies in the film industry, as well. In fact, Dulquer Salmaan is one such celebrity who shares a good rapport with most of the young actors. He has some close friends in industry like Sunny Wayne, Jacob Gregory etc, and their chemistry in movies have also been excellent.
Joe Manganiello still unsure about playing Deathstroke in 'Batman'
Well, I do but nothing that I can share. Filmmaker Matt Reeves onboard to replace him. Star was supposed to play the villain Deathstroke when Ben Affleck was directing. Now that Affleck has stepped aside and Matt Reeves has stepped in to helm the film, his future in the franchise is in question. The actor also said that this question would be a good one for Warner Bros
Here's why Harry Styles one of the most handsome people in the world!
A study conducted by Centre For Advanced Facial Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery says former One Direction member has most handsome eyes and chin! One Direction star Harry Styles is one of the most handsome looking people on the planet, science has confirmed. According to the study, Styles has the most handsome eyes. Styles' peepers are 98.15 per cent of that perfect ratio. Styles' chin is 99.7 per cent of this ratio.

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