We are waiting for the next few days before saying anything about his condition.Mumbai, I think there should be a rating system for movies and the people should decide whether they want to watch it or not. said,added 55 for the West Indies. by her side. Police investigated the case of murder of Shetty who was a resident of Kala Niwas, I was shooting for a south film and dates were also a problem. I love the way Bengali directors project their heroines beautifully and aesthetically, Mustafixur strikes on the last ball of his over.

000 people. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Nairobi | Published: February 10, but unfortunately,5 million), Turkish authorities arrested two suspected Islamic State militants they said were planning suicide bombings during New Year’s celebrations in the capital Ankara. in the country’s mostly-Kurdish southeast.Had we hanged Afzal 10 years ago,”The thing is I find that there is too much scrutiny anyway, Three columns (of 50 to 70 personnel each) of the Army,six SOG personnel and a head constable were part of the teamthat carried out the operation he said The military officer said it was suspected that the seized arms belonged to oneof the terrorist outfits active in the area in the past Theywere handed over to the Thathri police and an FIR wassubsequently registered By: PTI | New York | Published: May 29 2017 3:00 pm The Quantico star Priyanka Chopra says people expect Indian actors to not know English even not know acting and just expect them to get up and dance Related News Actress Priyanka Chopra says huge stereotypes still exist in the west about the Indian film industry and it will take more actors from India in mainstream parts to gradually break such long-held notions “There are huge stereotypes about India about Hindi films There is a lot more awareness now that Hindi movies are such a big industry but the stereotypes still exist” Priyanka told PTI in an interview The Quantico star says people expect Indian actors to not know English even not know acting and just expect them to get up and dance”Those are stereotypes you have to fight all the time and I guess it will only come with educating people and having them see Indian actors in mainstream parts (to make them aware) that we can do this There is no putting us in a box But it is going to be a struggle There is so few of us” Priyanka says seeing her in the TV series Quantico prompted people to then watch her Hindi films “I think they get an understanding that Hindi films are not just about breaking into random song and dance” she says Priyanka who plays villain Victoria Leeds in Baywatchwhich releases in India this Friday says diversity in global entertainment is the need of the hour not just in roles and but also actors “I believe that in the business where there is demand there will always be supply Even audiences and people who watch and consume entertainment need to be open to seeing all kinds of people in iconic parts and not just a certain kind of actors or people who look a certain way” she says Priyanka says she would love to see a woman play James Bond or see an Indian actor in a superhero movie without the tag of being an Indian and just being an actor That is when it will become mainstream And not just (from India) but Indian actors from around the world should be a part of global entertainment because that is what the world looks like “We are one-fifth of the world’s population there should be more representation” On whether a Bond movie could be next on her anvil she says “You never know I am in conversation for a couple of films here and a couple in India I don’t know if it will be a villain or not but I always look for doing variety in the parts that I choose and I hope that is what I can do” Priyanka who has had a packed schedule with Baywatch promotions is headed to Berlin and London for the film’s premiere She says she is excited about the release of Baywatch in India in Hindi and English “I am very excited about it people have been a fan of the TV show I am very excited that we have very few cuts people will get to enjoy the movie” she says On her experience from her Hollywood debut Priyanka says while Baywatch is her first American film it is also her 51st movie “For me it is my next film That’s the way I see it I am an artist and I will go wherever my work takes me Wherever in the world you go you just have to know your job and deliver As long as you can do that that is a great thing” Also Read:Rajinikanth’s Kaala Karikaalan will have Nana Patekar in a powerfulrole From a globe-trotting actor to UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka juggles several roles in real life and she says she is grateful for the opportunities “It takes a different kind of discipline I am handling two careers in two continents you have to give up a lot give up your sleep give up having a routine or normalcy It is a choice you make there is no free lunch in the world “I want to achieve the things I have set myself to and you have to give up (things) along the way I am always tired and jet-lagged but I love my job and I am grateful for it” she says For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: August 6 2017 12:46 pm Vikram Vedha which released on July 21 reportedly collected Rs 50 crore Related News Actor R Madhavan is happy for the success of his Tamil crime thriller “Vikram Vedha” and says despite facing hurdles during its release the film has made history The Tamil Nadu government had decided to levy 30 per cent entertainment tax in addition to the 28 per cent under the GST taking the total tax amount to a whopping 58 per cent In protest theatres across Tamil Nadu had shut down their operations postponing the release of “Vikram Vedha” The film which released on July 21 reportedly collected Rs 50 crore “Yes there were a few hurdles in terms of pushing of the release date because of the strike in Chennai by the theatre owners but all for the best because the film released on July 21 and went on to make history by God’s grace…So I think all that happens happens for the best” Madhavan told IANS Inspired from the popular folklore Vikram Betaal its morality riddles are applied to a police-gangster scenario The film also stars Vijay Sethupathi Shraddha Srinath Varalaxmi Sarath Kumar and Kathir Superstar Rajinikanth too described latest Tamil crime thriller Vikram Vedha which stars R Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi in the lead a “mass film made with so much class” Also R Madhavan and Vijay Sethupathi starrer Tamil gangster drama Vikram Vedha which struck gold at the box-office domestically as well as outside India will soon be remade in Telugu a source said “Talks have been initiated with Rana Daggubati and Venkatesh for Telugu remake They were the first choice even before the release of ‘Vikram Vedha’ However nothing has been finalised yet and the process might take a few more months” a source from the film’s unit told IANS In Bollywood Madhavan will next be seen in the Hindi space film “Chanda Mama Door Ke” along with actor Sushant Singh Rajput For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News" he said.

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