Denzel Washington Thinks Fame is Overrated
The Magnificent Seven star does not like the term fame, as he believes it does not necessarily equate to the success of his father, who worked 50 years for the water department and was a minister. “He made it, he was successful. Celebrity is really overrated - we do not want anything to do with celebrity. I am an actor," Washington told. Washington has four children, John, 32, Katia, 29, and 25-year-old twins Malcolm and Olivia, with his wife Pauletta.
Priyanka Chopra Faced Racism at US Airport
While talking on the show 'Koffee With Karan', Bollywood beauty Priyanka Chopra, asked if she has faced racism, shared that she did, but not in the studios. She said that it was at the airport when she was sitting in the lounge for first class passengers that she was a victim. One of the ground staff personnel was rude to her, and only after she argued that she was a valid first class passenger did he apologize.
British Pop Singer George Michael Dies at 53
George Michael, the British pop superstar who reached early fame with WHAM! and went on to a solo career lined with controversies and charttopping hits that blended soul and dance music with daring social and personal commentary, died on December 25. He was 53. One of the giants of `80s and `90s music, and an early idol for the MTV generation, Michael enjoyed immense popularity from the start with hits such as "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go," "Young Guns (Go For It)" and "Freedom." As a solo artist, he developed into a more serious singer and songwriter, lauded by critics for his powerful vocal and expressive range. He sold well over 100 million albums globally, earned numerous Grammy and American Music Awards.
Akshay Kumar Says Bollywood was Hit Hard by Demonetization
The Rustom-famed Bollywood actor Akshay Khana has finally shared his thoughts on prime minister Narenda Modi’s demonetization drive. He said Bollywood film industry was hit hard, and he was not surprised. He added that even his staff was not able to go to the cinema on their usual Sundays off because they could not spare 500 bucks. Kumar, however, agreed that everyone has had to sacrifice for the greater good. He said hats off to those who were hit the hardest, yet handled it so brilliantly.
Why Did James Franco Dress Up as Beyonce and Walk the Streets?
The Interview actor James Franco is now probably a member of the Beyhive with his most recent ensemble replicating Beyonce’s look from her Lemonade album. The 38-year-old actor was photographed in Los Angeles, rocking the long, yellow ruffled dress with a wig and a bandanna tied around his head, totally giving the same vibes from the Hold Up singer’s music video. No one exactly knows or can tell what Franco is doing in the shoot however. Reportedly, it is for an upcoming movie.