Anurag Kashyap refuses to fly Indigo in solidarity with Kunal Kamra, many other celebs too support him

Mumbai, Superstar Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan’s youngest son AbRam is keeping the family tradition of mastering the art of Taekwondo alive. Following the footsteps of his older siblings, Suhana and Aryan, the six-year-old Abram is also a Taekwondo champ, and dad SRK is super proud of his little son’s skills in the sport.

The “Raees” actor on Sunday took to social media and posted a collage of AbRam’s pictures in which he can be seen playing Taekwondo. AbRam is also seen wearing a gold medal in one of the images.

Acknowledging AbRam’s achievements, SRK tweeted: “You train…you fight…you succeed. Then do it all over again. I think with this medal, my kids have more awards than I have. It’s a good thing…now I need to train more! Proud and inspired.”

Meanwhile, on the work front, there have been a lot of speculation about Shah Rukh’s upcoming projects. He has been linked to doing movies with Rajkumar Hirani, Ali Abbas Zafar, Raj and DK, Atlee and many other directors. As a producer, he has plenty of projects in his kitty. He is currently producing Abhishek Bachchan’s “Bob Biswas”.

Los Angeles Feb 10 : The ‘In Memoriam’ segment at the 92nd Academy Awards has ruffled many. The segment at the annual Hollywood awards gala, which pays tribute to celebrities and film personalities who passed away in the course of the past year, has omitted several names that ought to have been mentioned, chief among them being actor Luke Perry.

Perry was only 52 when he died on March 4, 2019. He catapulted to the status of a teen idol essaying Dylan McKay on the television series “Beverly Hills, 90210” and Fred Andrews on the series “Riverdale”. The actor also starred in films such as “Buffy The Vampire Slayer”, and “8 Seconds”. He was last seen in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” last year.

Perry, incidentally, is not the only Hollywood personality the Academy forgot to mention ‘In Memoriam’ this year. The names of actors Cameron Boyce and Sid Haig were overlooked too, according to variety.com.

Boyce was only 20 when he died in July last year. He shot to fame playing Luke Ross in the comedy series “Jessie”. Haig, 80, passed away in September 2019. He was popular for his role of Captain Spaulding in Rob Zombie’s seventies horror flicks such as “House Of 1000 Corpses”, “The Devil’s Rejects” and “3 From Hell”.

The video segment of this year’s ‘In Memoriam’ section had Billie Eilish crooning “Yesterday”, the iconic number by the Beatles. Legends such as Doris Day, Peter Fonda and John Singleton, who passed away in the past one year, were mentioned.

The Academy tried correcting the error by posting a lengthier clip on its website featuring Perry, Haig and Boyce.

Phoenix looked natty in a black tux while Mara opted for a delicate lace cut-out number, reports timesofindia.com.

Los Angeles, Feb 10 : Joaquin Phoenix was clearly quite confident of scooping up the Best Actor Oscar at the 92nd Academy Awards, for his role in “Joker”.

Phoenix, who has won Best Actor for the role at every imaginable awards function this year, looked rather relaxed when he arrived at the Oscar with his lady love Rooney Mara.

Phoenix looked natty in a black tux while Mara opted for a delicate lace cut-out number, reports timesofindia.com.

They held hands as they casually walked down the red carpet and took their time to strike some cosy poses for the shutterbugs. Phoenix even gushed over Mara as she momentarily left him to pose for solo photo-ops, the website adds.

Fans have been loving every moment of it, all through Monday. A few even hailed them as Hollywood’s “royal couple”.

Mumbai, The National Award-winning film “Padman” on Sunday completed two years of its release, and its director R. Balki is super proud to be associated with such crucial project, which is based on Arunachalam Muruganantham, a small town entrepreneur from Tamil Nadu, who invented low-cost sanitary napkins to generate awareness in rural areas.

“‘Padman’ was possibly one of the most special films. It is the world’s first mainstream feature film to tackle menstrual hygiene. The biggest service the film did was to make the word ‘pad’ a lot more easy for people to say. It’s proven research that the film is one of the biggest contributors in creating menstrual hygiene awareness in India.

“Even the government has taken a lot of initiatives after the film’s release. Sanitary napkins’ manufacturers were provided with land and machines. I thank Mr. Muruganantham to bring such a big change in the country,” Balki told IANS.

Released in February 2018, “PadMan” featured Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and Radhika Apte in the lead roles. It was backed by Akshay’s wife and author Twinkle Khanna.

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