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Thursday, May 02, 2019

City of Dreams
Well known actress Priya Bapat will be essaying important role in Nagesh Kuknoor’s web series “City of Dreams”. She plays a duel role of a housewife and an ambitious and tough career woman “Pornima Gaikwad”. She competes with her brother. Who will win in the war of attrition, will be clear after the web series is released. “I am performing this type of role for the first time. I had to make a lot of efforts to perform this role,” Priya said.

Kal Penn wishes to be part of ‘Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’
Indian-American actor Kal Penn says he wants to star in one of the longest running sitcoms on Indian TV, "Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah". The 42-year-old actor, who was born in the US to Gujarati Indian parents, got his Twitter followers cracking up after he posted a video of himself Monday, posing as a fictitious Gujarati character called "Ladies Bhai". He captioned the clip: "Meet Ladies Bhai: an old, ridiculous Gujarati sketch character with a great shirt." The actor talked about 'Ladies Bhai' in his mother tongue, Gujarati, with the cameraperson in the 44-second-long video, which had English subtitles.  

‘GoT’ cinematographer defends ‘dark’ Battle of Winterfell scenes
Fabian Wagner, the man behind the lens for the third episode of "Game of Thrones", has explained the much-criticised dimly-lit cinematography of 'The Long Night', which focused on the Battle of Winterfell. The chapter was billed to have the most action and bloodshed after two consecutive slogging, build-up episodes, now that the White Walkers and wights were a stone's throw away from the gates of the northern stronghold and it was every bit that. But after the episode aired, many fans complained that they could not see anything due to abysmally low lighting during the majority of battle sequences. In an interview with Wired UK, Wagner defended the episode and instead blamed  the settings of the viewers' TV sets.

‘The Big Bang Theory’ tapes final episode
The course of "The Big Bang Theory" is officially complete as the cast and crew of the hit sitcom finished taping the 279th and final episode of the show's 12-season run. The half-hour episode of the CBS series, to premier on May 16, was filmed Tuesday, according to EW. The finale will be two-parter - the first segment of which was screened for the studio audience Tuesday before the final 22 minutes were performed live on soundstage 25 at Warner Bros Studios in Burbank, California.

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