Actor Abhimanyu Dassani, who is gearing up for the release of his debut film "Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota", feels that he doesn't belong to film industry as her mother Bhagyashree Patwardhan Dassani was part of Hindi film industry long ago and now people know him because of the trailer of his forthcoming action-comedy film. Abhimanyu Dassani was interacting with the media to promote "Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota" along with his co-actor Radhika Madan in Mumbai on Monday. When asked whether he feels pressurised being one of the star kids who is making his entry into Hindi film industry, Abhimanyu Dassani, son of popular actress Bhagyashree Patrwardhan-Dassani, who featured in blockbuster film "Maine Pyar Kiya", said, "My mother was in the film industry almost 30 years ago, so I don't think I belong to this industry. People know me because of the trailer of my film and before that people didn't know who I was and where I came from into this industry." Bhagyashree & son Abhimanyu Dassani at … [Read more...] about Maine Pyar Kiya actress Bhagyashree’s son Abhimanyu Dassani feels that he doesn’t belong to film industry!
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Mumbai: TV actor Karanvir Bohra on Wednesday said he has been detained at Moscow International Airport due to passport issues and Indian embassy in Russia has contacted the authorities. The actor, who is in the city for MacCoffee Bollywood Film Festival, took to Twitter to share the news. "So bummed... Waiting at #moscowairport coz my passport is a little damaged. They (are) contemplating to deport me back to India "@IndEmbMoscowRus @IndEmbMoscow I wished you would have told me that prior to issuing me the visa. Feeling bad for @IndianFilmsRus (sic)," Bohra wrote. The official Twitter handle of Embassy of India in the Russian Federation responded, saying "Embassy officials are in touch with Russian authorities regarding the issue." He replied, "Thank you so much.... Much much appreciated. Always good to know that I'm looked after by my @IndEmbMoscow." The actor was last seen in the reality TV show "Bigg Boss 12". … [Read more...] about Karanvir Bohra stuck in Moscow, Indian embassy in Russia responds
Email ABC Radio Perth By Emma Wynne Posted November 18, 2019 12:34:34 Photo: Marcus Canning has spent years overseeing The Rechabite's restoration. (ABC Radio Perth: Emma Wynne) Related Story: Horseshoe Bridge still a vital cross-city link 112 years on Related Story: Russell Square: Chequered history of Perth's 'park of sighs' Related Story: Perth's unquenchable thirst for beer preserved in malt house redevelopment Map: Perth 6000 Towards the end of an exhausting multi-year project to restore four levels of the old Rechabite Hall in Northbridge, Marcus Canning made an ironic discovery."There was a bit of TV coverage and my mum was watching at home, and she texted me a photo of an Independent Order of Rechabites (IOR) certificate with my father's name on it," he said.The IOR, a group that formed part of the temperance movement, built the hall in 1924, and it became one of the city's popular dance halls and also home to shops and public meetings. Photo: The … [Read more...] about Perth temperance hall reopens, albeit with four bars, after extensive restoration
Email ABC Radio Perth By Lorraine Horsley and Emma Wynne Posted October 13, 2015 15:44:50 Photo: Cygnet Cinema, which still has the name 'Como Theatre' around the projection box, has the sweeping lines and port hole windows of an ocean liner. (720 ABC Perth: Lorraine Horsley) Map: Perth 6000 The sweeping art deco style lines that shape the Cygnet Cinema in the southern Perth suburb of Como recall the glory days when silent films became 'talkies' and people flocked to their local picture theatre to see the latest Hollywood releases. Photo: The Como Theatre in 1953 (Supplied: State Library of WA) The Cygnet was built by James Stiles, one of the pioneers of cinema in Western Australia, according to chief executive of Heritage Perth Richard Offen."He was originally a real estate agent," Mr Offen told 720 ABC Perth. "Stiles moved into the cinema industry to save one of his assets, the Grand Theatre, which faced ruin in the wake of the stock market crash in 1929. "In the … [Read more...] about Perth’s Cygnet Cinema retains golden age of cinema with art deco grandeur of 1930s
A new lyrical video of Kartikeya and Neha Solanki-starrer 90ML, directed by Sekhar Reddy Yerra, released today. Composed by Anup Rubens and penned by Chandrabose, the song has Rahul Sipligunj and MM Mansi as the singers. Roll Rida, who has entered the industry recently, has provided rap for the number. The mass number which sees the lead actors grooving on the streets of a foreign country has nothing new to offer. Unimaginative and cliched, the song is reminiscent of many drab numbers of the 90s and early 2000s. With the routine format of dialogues, fight scenes and intro shots, the recently released teaser too failed to impress. Produced by Ashok Reddy Gummakonda under Kartikeya Creative works Banner, the film hit the screens on December 5. … [Read more...] about Singilu Singilu from 90ML is a cliched, unimaginative number