Mumbai Saga is reportedly set in the 1980s-90s and the story chronicles how Bombay became Mumbai. The story is inspired by real incidents. “A lot of factors led up to the change, which is what the story, inspired by real events, is about. There’s no shoot here, but a direct face-off between cops and gangsters,” Rohit said. … [Read more...] about Rohit Roy calls Hrithik Roshan and John Abraham secure actors, says they are ‘cut from the same cloth’
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Ford Motor Co's incoming Chief Executive Jim Farley said on Tuesday he wants to expand the automaker's operations into related technology fields, including software, fleet management and electric vehicle charging."These are new growth initiatives that could create a lot of value for the company," Farley told Reuters, after Ford announced that he will succeed Jim Hackett as the automaker's fourth CEO since 2014.In addition to Ford's work on self-driving vehicles, "these are concrete areas that will change Ford," Farley said. "They're going to impact the company's future look and feel."In the meantime, Farley, 58, must wrestle with a painful restructuring of Ford's global operations amid the ravages of the coronavirus crisis that has saddled the No. 2 U.S. automaker with large amounts of debt.Executive Chairman Bill Ford said the company had not considered outside candidates because "our board felt that we were on the right path" with Farley."I wouldn't expect any big surprises," Ford … [Read more...] about New Ford CEO Jim Farley eyes expansion into tech fields
Singer-composer Vishal Dadlani, of music director duo Vishal-Shekhar, says artistes don't have an objection to their songs staying alive beyond their time but it is disrespectful to recreate a hit without proper consent and credit. The late 1990s and early 2000s saw the indie pop scene bursting with both, original songs and remixes of popular retro numbers. The trend, which had virtually faded, bounced back in the last decade and soon became a standard fare with music labels, primarily T-Series, recreating singles in a majority of their film albums. The decision to recreate classics has been called out by musicians time and again for the unimaginative manner in which they are produced, often without the original creator's consent, something that Dadlani finds unfair. "Nobody has an objection to their songs staying alive beyond their generation or time. But it has to be done with consent and respect. You can't just randomly insert a guy singing two lines, pop it onto my song and then … [Read more...] about Vishal Dadlani on remixes: Get consent, show respect and credit original creators
The films mark the comeback of Producer Prernaa A Arora who went through her share of legal problems before she came out of them. … [Read more...] about Are you ready for these movies?
“How do you respond and recover? And the idea of rebuilding Paradise became the question. Can it even rebuild?” While it touches upon the failings of Pacific Gas & Electric Corp., the utility whose equipment sparked the wildfire, and changing climate conditions that caused the flames to spread at extreme rates, the documentary mainly focuses on the emotional toll of rebuilding. … [Read more...] about Rebuilding Paradise: Ron Howard’s documentary about California wildfires looks at emotional toll of deadly fire