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The debut of Alizeh Agnihotri is a heist that earns a distinction



Salman Khan’s niece Alizeh Agnihotri will make a grand debut in Jamtara director Sumendra Padhi’s new film.

Farey, Jamtara’s exam hall robbery thriller film directed by Sumendra Padhi, can be summed up between two ironies. First of all, compared to his 2017 Thai thriller Bad Genius, which is the original story, the film is more like an elite companion for the underdog protagonist. Both benefit from the invisible brilliance of lesser-known patrons.

If there’s anything to suggest that a year of redemption is near for mainstream Indian cinema, it’s that it’s going to be a brilliant plot featuring box office cred Pied Piper. Along with Farey are the activists of the ‘content-driven’ movement, which seems to have been sparked by the emergence of OTT storytelling from the house of Salman Khan.

The story begins with the clever protagonist writing an exam for a customer and receiving extra pocket money for it. A scene that cleverly highlights her personality type without getting too high. She is one of around 20 girls in a Delhi orphanage run by a couple (Ronit Roy and Juhi Babbar Soni), fresh from a project by Rajshri Productions. Our protagonist, Niyati, passes the Class 10 All India Examination and after she gets admitted to a prestigious school in the Student of the Year universe, she ends up befriending her group of ruling wealthy Biachis. Become.

Like capitalist opportunists, the callous gangsters (with a little help from the social climber protagonist) use their infinite coffers to extract the infinite academic potential of their new friends. I quickly realized what I could do. You know what’s going to happen (even if you haven’t seen “Bad Genius”), and there’s a certain lust and outrageousness to the way it comes and lands. Even Ronit Roy, who played the most sanskeletic role of his life (as the noble adoptive father Srashgaard), played the opposite of his breakthrough performance in Chak De, Shilpa Shukla (cool but amoral). He doesn’t even play the role of a typical school principal. India (2007), with its 2000s clichés and strict insistence on sincerity, may strain the Faustian pact its busy Gen Z types have made. Please try to imagine. They need Sydney’s beautiful sunsets to spend their time in the sun.

Another delicious irony of Farley is the casting of Alizeh Agnihotri as the underprivileged orphanage child prodigy who stares wide-eyed at the vile excess of resources in her wealthy best friend’s home. It’s comforting and reassuring to see Salman Khan’s niece bring her confident physical energy to her first acting role.

Sahil Mehta in “Tabar and Fortune” Jerry, who plays Akash, another scholarship student at Winston High School, elevates his performance with the fear of the depressed. Zane Shaw (The Class) has to try quite hard to look like a high schooler, but while she has a harmless youthful charm, she lacks the annoying sex appeal that actors sometimes exude. I’m not conscious of it. In fact, its lack of reliance on romantic tension is what makes Farley so refreshing and economical.


Victoria Team: Setting the Standard of Resilience and Innovation for Miss Supranational 2024



Malaposka, Poland – April 15, 2024 – As the Miss Supranational 2024 pageant approaches, Denmark’s Victoria Team emerges as the epitome of resilience and innovation, setting new standards in pageant preparation. With an unwavering commitment to excellence and a penchant for groundbreaking ideas, Victoria Team is poised to redefine success on the global stage.

Under the visionary leadership of National Director Lisa Lents CEO and Creative Director Nicole Rodrigues, the Victoria Team embodies a spirit of perseverance and forward-thinking. Their approach blends tradition with innovation, ensuring Denmark’s representative stands out amidst fierce competition.

At the heart of their strategy lies a dedication to continuous improvement and adaptability. Pageant Q&A coaches Jimmy Langhoff, Anjli Raut, and Carlos instill confidence and clarity in communication, while Fashion Director Rocky Star pushes boundaries with avant-garde designs that showcase Denmark’s unique style.

The Victoria Team’s social media prowess is unparalleled, led by Social Media Managers Nishant, Utkarsh, and their dynamic team. Through strategic content and engaging campaigns, they harness the power of digital platforms to amplify Denmark’s voice and message worldwide.

In the face of challenges, Victoria Team remains steadfast, thanks to the resilience instilled by PR Managers Maryna Savchenko, John Lumansi, and Amber. Their ability to navigate diverse cultural landscapes ensures Denmark’s story resonates with audiences across Europe, Africa, and beyond.

Behind the scenes, photographers Tina Patni, Steen Vlad, Veronika Hobson, MADDY, Jonas Jensen, Rozen Antonio, Jan Hammerstad, Anastasia Ranjinskaya, and Jaffrin capture moments of strength and grace, while Gym/Fitness Coaches Daniela, Morgan Morgan, and Carlos sculpt not only bodies but also minds, fostering a mindset of perseverance and determination.

Catwalk Coaches MAI-BRITT CATRINE, Alesia Raut, Anea Rasch, and Camilla Dalsgaard refine Denmark’s representative into a vision of confidence and grace, while Branding & Strategy expert Thom Brodeur ensures every aspect of her persona reflects resilience and innovation.

With Personal Stylist Steve Anozie and Makeup Artists Alesya Karunets, Anam Nazmi, Lanah Hamad, and Bianca Louzado adding the final touches of elegance and sophistication, Denmark’s representative emerges as a beacon of resilience, consistency, and innovation.

As the world watches with anticipation, the Victoria Team remains steadfast in their mission to redefine success, setting new benchmarks for excellence in pageantry. Stay tuned for updates as Denmark’s journey unfolds.

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Star of “A Christmas Story,” Peter Billingsley, resolves the controversy surrounding “Die Hard” holiday films




Star of A Christmas Story, Peter Billingsley, resolves the controversy surrounding Die Hard holiday films

Star of “A Christmas Story,” Peter Billingsley, is putting up a strong argument in the age-old argument over whether or not “Die Hard” qualifies as a Christmas film.

His reasoning was so strong that he was able to persuade “Die Hard” cinematographer Jan de Bont, who wasn’t entirely convinced that the action film starring Bruce Willis is a holiday classic despite its mid-summer release date.

“Can we have a healthy debate? Can we make the argument to you of why it’s a Christmas movie?” Billingsley proposed to de Bont on a recent episode of his podcast “A Cinematic Christmas Journey.”

He continues, saying that the movie’s main setting is a Christmas party and that “production design put Santas everywhere.” Of course, there’s the scene where Willis’s character John McClane “decorates the dead body and puts it into an elevator,” which Billingsley refers to as the “iconic ‘ho ho ho’ moment.”

“But I’ll leave you with this,” Billingsley told de Bont. “Most importantly, I think it embodies the themes of Christmas of acceptance, forgiveness, love and family.”

With a nod of approval, de Bont smiles and says, “Okay, I’m sold now.”

In a video that Billingsley and his co-host Steve Byrne shared on Instagram, they can be seen grinning and laughing as de Bont concedes their disagreement.

“Die Hard,” which starred Willis, Bonnie Bedelia, and the late Alan Rickman, debuted in July 1988. It tells the story of a New York City police officer who tries to rescue hostages who are kidnapped by terrorists on Christmas eve at a party.

Willis, on the other hand, views “Die Hard” as a very different kind of film.

“Die Hard is not a Christmas movie!” He proclaimed during his 2018 Comedy Central Roast. “It’s a Bruce Willis movie, so yippee-ki-yay… and good night!”

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Katrina Kaif ‘threatened’ Vicky Kaushal when she asked him to return to film set two days after their marriage: ‘Shaadi rehne hi do’



Bollywood stars Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif‘s 2021 wedding ceremony in Rajasthan captured hearts with its dreamy charm. Recently, Vicky recalled how the shoot of Zara Hatke Zara Bachke collided with his marriage. The actor published that he had to take offs from Zara Hatke Zara Bachke shoot to attend his wedding. However, when the makers of the movie requested him to return to the set inside two days of marriage, Katrina issued a hazard and pushed him to remain longer with her.

Speaking about the time he used to be taking pictures for Zara Hatke Zara Bachke, Vicky instructed media, “I have completed half of of the film’s capturing earlier than my marriage and then I took off for my marriage. Right after the marriage, inside two days, they had been calling me on the set. Toh fir mujh dhamki mil gayi thi ki tumhe do din baad set pe hi jana hai toh shaadi rehne hi do (Then I acquired the hazard that if you have to go to the set in two days then don’t get married). Then I said ‘no’ and I went to the units of the movie after 5 days.”

Vicky additionally spoke about how his lifestyles has modified after marrying Katrina. Sharing how she brings ‘peace’ to his life, Vicky said, “Marriage has been in reality stunning and it absolutely is a blessing to discover a accomplice for your self the place you surely experience like you have come again home. It’s a sukoon (peace) vala feeling. It’s a fantastic feeling, she is a beautiful human being. It is enjoyable dwelling and exploring existence with her. I am touring a lot with her, some thing I didn’t journey a lot before.”

Though they belong to the equal profession, Vicky stated that he and Katrina don’t talk about work a lot. “We don’t talk about work a lot. We are each from the identical industry, so we discuss about it however we don’t talk about scripts and all,” the actor said.

On the work front, Vicky will subsequent be viewed in Sam Bahadur, which is directed by way of Meghna Gulzar. The movie will launch in theatres on December 1 and will conflict with Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal. Katrina used to be closing considered with Salman Khan in the undercover agent thriller, Tiger three

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