‘Star Wars’ director shares inside info
Director Rian Johnson has shared some poignant details about the 'Star Wars: Episode VIII'. In an interview, conducted before the passing away of actress Carrie Fisher, the 43-year-old filmmaker had shared some inside information, reported Variety. "I want it to be a blast and to be funny and to be a ride the way 'The Force Awakens' and the original 'Star Wars' movies were," Johnson said. The movie will investigate the motivations of the hero trio, Rey, Finn, and Poe, while also revealing more about the mysterious histories of these characters. The director did not divulge the title of the upcoming film, but said that it has been in his mind from the time he started working on the film. 'Star Wars: Episode VIII' will premiere this year on December 15.
Star-studded ‘Dhaakad Dhamaal’!
When the evening TV 'live' show is called ‘Dhaakad Dhamaal', Rapper Raftaar, opened the show with his chartbuster song “Dhaakad hai” from 'Dangal' and “Saara Zamaana” from 'Kaabil'. Joining him were the ‘Geeta and Babita’ of small screen. Further joining the bandwagon to raise a toast to women of our country and empower them, were Bollywood actresses Urvashi Rautela, Iulia Vantur and Esha Gupta. While Iulia performed with a number of hit numbers, she also went onto to sing songs like ‘Main Hun Hero Tera”. Urvashi performed a stunning retro-tribute, musical Bombshell Esha made the audiences groove on all the upbeat jazz.
Veteran actress Tanuja to be seen in ‘Aarambh’
Veteran actress Tanuja's fans will be in for an elated surprise as she is all set to make an appearance on the telly screen this season. Tanuja will be seen in the upcoming Star Plus period pre-historic show 'Aarambh’, slated to go on air early this year. It will take the audience back to the era of Aryans and Dravidians. Vijayendra Prasad who has written scripts for blockbuster Bollywood movies like ‘Baahubali' and 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ is penning the story for the show, which is directed by veteran Bollywood director Goldie (Ramesh) Behl.