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'Brown Munde' AP Dhillon makes Netizens furious by breaking his guitar on Coachella stage

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Mumbai, April 15 (IANS) Indian-origin Canadian musician A. P. Dhillon performed at the Coachella festival but as much as his music is celebrated, this time around, the singer-songwriter is receiving a lot of flak on the Internet following his performance.

On Monday, Dhillon took to his Instagram, and shared a video from his performance. In the video, the ‘Summer High’ hitmaker can be seen breaking his guitar as a part of his performance.

He wrote in the caption, “Brown Munde have left the dessert (sic)”.

In the video his fellow singer Shinda Kahlon can also be seen performing alongside AP on the stage. He shared a guitar emoji in the comment section.

However, this act of A. P. Dhillon did not sit well with the netizens as they criticised him for what he did on stage. Internet users from India cited Indian values and said that although this is a part of rock culture where the guitarists break their guitars on stage after the performance, Dhillon being an Indian doing something like this is totally uncalled for.

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One user wrote: “Respect the things which brought you to this stage. It’s completely your and your loss (sic).”

Another user wrote, “Ban gaya cool (Did you become cool) (sic)?” A third user commented, “And you think doing this looked good (sic)?”.

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Neha Sharma says she would choose Anupam Kher as her onscreen father anytime

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Mumbai, May 30 (IANS) Neha Sharma has expressed her admiration for veteran actor Anupam Kher, sharing that if she had the chance to choose an onscreen father, he would undoubtedly be her first choice.

Neha, who recently featured in the courtroom drama ‘Illegal 3’, shared: “I have always admired the work of Anupam Kher, and if I have the chance to choose an onscreen father, he would undoubtedly be my first choice. His presence and demeanour remind me so much of my real father. Both share a warmth and wisdom that radiate through their actions and words.”

For the unversed, Neha has previously shared screen space with Anupam in the 2012 adult comedy film ‘Kyaa Super Kool Hain Hum’, where she played Simran and Anupam portrayed Francis Marlo.

The ‘Youngistaan’ actress went on to say, “Anupam’s ability to portray complex emotions with such authenticity resonates deeply with me, echoing the nurturing and supportive nature of my own dad. There’s a certain gravitas in his performances, an underlying strength tempered with a gentle humor that mirrors my father’s personality.”

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“Seeing Anupam Kher play a fatherly role on screen feels like watching a reflection of my life experiences, making his characters all the more relatable and heartfelt. His roles encapsulate the essence of fatherhood that I always cherish,” added Neha.

‘Illegal’ season 3 also stars Akshay Oberoi, Piyush Mishra, Ira Dubey, and Satyadeep Misra.

It is streaming on JioCinema Premium.

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Sustainable Shubhangi uses bamboo toothbrushes, lamps made from reused glass bottles

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Mumbai, May 30 (IANS) Ahead of World Environment Day, Shubhangi Atre spoke about the importance of upcycling, sharing how she has integrated sustainability into every aspect of her life, from using bamboo toothbrushes to creating teddy bears from old clothes.

World Environment Day, which is celebrated on June 5, encourages awareness and action for the protection of the environment.

Shubhangi, who plays the role of Angoori Bhabi in the sitcom ‘Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai’, shared: “I have integrated sustainability into every aspect of my life, from using bamboo for toothbrushes to creating teddy bears from old clothes and making lamps from reused glass bottles. I also opt for cotton and jute bags when shopping to reduce waste and embrace natural materials.”

“Let’s continue to reimagine, repurpose, and redefine our consumption habits, transforming everyday objects into treasures. Let’s adopt and practice upcycling to turn waste into wonder and inspire a future where creativity and sustainability go hand in hand,” added Shubhangi.

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‘Bhabiji Ghar Par Hai’ also stars Aasif Sheikh, Rohitashv Gour, and Vidisha Srivastava in the lead roles.

It airs at 10.30 p.m. Monday to Friday on &TV.

On the professional front, Shubhangi is known for her work in shows like ‘Kasautii Zindagii Kay’, ‘Kasturi’, ‘Do Hanson Ka Jodaa’, and ‘Adhuri Kahaani Hamari’.

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Sherlyn Chopra opens up on bold scenes in 'Paurashpur 3', says female crew were present on set

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Mumbai, May 30 (IANS) Actress Sherlyn Chopra, who is known for her bold avatar, has opened up about the shooting of the bold scenes in the fantasy period drama ‘Paurashpur 3’, sharing that they have been shot quite aesthetically.

Sherlyn, who plays Maharani Snehlata and Vishkanya Bhaumika in the show, shared: “The bold scenes in ‘Paurashpur’ have been shot quite aesthetically. While shooting bold scenes, only the technicians who are actually needed remain present on the set, along with female assistant directors and female stylists.”

Throwing light on her character, Sherlyn, who has been a part of ‘Bigg Boss 3’, shared: “In ‘Paurashpur 2’, I played the role of Maharani Snehlata, who is portrayed as the ultimate contender for the throne of Paurashpur. In season three, I not only play the role of Snehlata but also the role of Vishkanya Bhaumika, who happens to have an uncanny resemblance to Snehlata. Both characters are rooted in grit, resilience, and iron will.”

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The show also stars Kajol Tyagi, Anubhav Srivastava, Payal Raha, and Prajakta Dusane.

Directed by KayCee and produced by Sachin Mohite, it is streaming on ALTT.

Meanwhile, Sherlyn has starred in Hindi movies like ‘Time Pass’, ‘Dosti: Friends Forever’, the Emraan Hashmi-starrer ‘Jawani Diwani’, the Sharman Joshi and Jimmy Shergill-starrer ‘Raqeeb’, ‘Dil Bole Hadippa’ starring Shahid Kapoor and Rani Mukerji in the lead, and the 2018 film ‘Chameli’.

She was also the host of ‘MTV Splitsvilla 6’.

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Vikrant Massey character tries to outrun cops with load of cash, gold in 'Blackout' trailer

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Mumbai, May 30 (IANS) The trailer for the upcoming comedy-thriller film ‘Blackout’ was unveiled on Thursday, starring Vikrant Massey, Mouni Roy and Sunil Grover.

The trailer begins with Vikrant’s character driving on a highway as the city of Pune is gripped by a blackout due to a power grid failure.

Vikrant, who is portraying a crime reporter, meets with an accident on the highway but soon discovers that the vehicle he collided with was carrying a substantial amount of cash and gold. As he attempts to take the cash, he is joined by a rookie gun-toting character played by Sunil Grover, social media influencers Karan Sonawane and Saurabh Ghadge, and actress Mouni Roy, who all join him in his car.

Vikrant said: “‘Blackout’ pushes the boundaries of storytelling, and I believe viewers will be captivated by its unique narrative.”

The trailer then throws the viewers into a high-speed car chase sequence with the police as Vikrant and the others try to safeguard the cash and gold.

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Sunil shared: “Working on ‘Blackout’ was an extraordinary experience. The film offers a perfect blend of suspense and drama that will keep audiences hooked from start to finish. I can’t wait for the world to see it.”

Mouni expressed her enthusiasm for the film, saying, “Being a part of ‘Blackout’ has been an incredible journey. The film’s unique storyline and captivating characters drew me in from the start. I’m excited for audiences to witness the suspense and excitement that the film has to offer.”

Written and directed by Devang Shashin Bhavsar and produced by Jyoti Deshpande under Jio Studios and Niraj Kothari under 11:11 Productions, ‘Blackout’ will drop on JioCinema on June 7.

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Daler Mehndi’s son Gurdeep spells out essence of travelling: 'Not necessary to travel rich’

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Mumbai, May 30 (IANS) Singer-songwriter Gurdeep Mehndi, who recently released his track ‘Inipu’, is a travel enthusiast. Gurdeep is the son of the legendary Punjabi singer, the King of Bhangra, Daler Mehndi, and has seen his father travel across the planet for his shows.

Gurdeep spoke with IANS about being bitten by the wanderlust bug, and how he makes it a point to focus on travelling as an artiste.

The singer told IANS: “I have seen my father travelling a lot for shows. The best thing about travelling is that you get to explore different types of cultures, people, food, and traditions. It’s not necessary to travel rich. A solo budget trip can bring the same joy as a luxury trip. The only thing that matters is that you travel extensively to enrich your soul and enhance your craft.”

Gurdeep also spoke about his latest song, sharing that he and his team wanted to create something different.

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The singer told IANS: “The germ of the idea behind this track is the two-state culture. Nobody earlier imagined a Sardar guy in a South Indian outfit while having a conversation with a South Indian girl. ‘Inipu’ is a Tamil word which means ‘very sweet’.”

“The track features a very raw format of instrumentation. We deliberately kept the Punjabi influence at bay. The song features just a touch of south,” he added.

‘Inipu’ has been released under the label of Saregama.

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