Raat Akeli Hai' 2020 NETFLIX

Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and actress Radhika Apte will soon be seen together in the upcoming Netflix original titled Raat Akeli Hai.

Netflix released the trailer of the crime thriller on Friday. The trailer shows Nawazuddin (Jatil Yadav) in the role of a cop, investigating the murder of a local politician. While the family of the politician, who is killed during his second wedding, calls it an accident, Nawazuddin smells a rat.

During the course of the interrogation, he realises that each member of the family is hiding something. He also faces hurdle from a sinister politician (Aditya Srivastava) and his own boss (Tigmanshu Dhulia) while investigating the case.

Radhika is seen playing the role of a mysterious woman, who is the new bride of the deceased. The trailer also shows Nawazuddin inclining towards Radhika's sequence of events and using her inputs to try and solve the murder case. But similar to the recent Hollywood film starring Daniel Craig, Knives Out, nobody from the family can be ruled out as a suspect, even Radhika Apte's character.

It is one of the 17 originals which will make their entry on the streaming platform in the coming weeks. The film also features Shweta Tripathi, Ila Arun, Khalid Tyabji and Shivani Raghuvanshi.

“Raat Akeli Hai is the kind of story that draws you in immediately and takes you along the winding journey,” said Radhika Apte in a recent statement.

On the other hand, the Pad Man actress said that she is playing the character of Radha “who is stubborn, feisty, arrogant and yet mysterious.” She added that uncovering different layers of the character offered her an inspiring challenge.

The movie is directed by Honey Trehan, who is making his debut as director, and bankrolled by Ronnie Screwvala. Raat Akeli Hai will release on 31 July.

Shakuntala Devi 2020 AmazonPrime

As an actor, Vidya Balan is like a storm. One so strong that she ends up pummelling—and in the case of this film, dwarfing—everyone around her. It’s appropriate, then, that she’s fronting Anu Menon’s Shakuntala Devi biopic, also about a woman who reigned like a thunderstorm, lived unapologetically and on her own terms, and ended up confronting and resolving the consequences. Not only did she not get swayed by societal norms, she actively advocated against them, sometimes going a bit too far for her own good.

Shakuntala Devi starts off in template-biopic fashion, efficiently establishing the young girl’s mind-boggling ability to solve complicated mathematical problems. In what may come as a surprise to the generations of Indians who bought her many books on puzzles and numbers, the film also outlines the childhood neglect and exploitation Shakuntala faced from her father. She grows up to despise both her parents, but more her mother, for being subservient to her husband. It’s an important marker that later defines the relationship she herself has with her daughter and the conflict she faces between being the perfect parent and wanting to globetrot and enjoy her own success.

The film’s first half is breezy, funny, standard fare, but there’s a joy in watching Menon treat her protagonist the same way male geniuses have been portrayed on screen for decades. This is when the film charts out Shakuntala’s rise as a celebrity in London, where she hops from one sold-out event to another packed performance, tripping on her own success, making snazzy jokes where she laughs the loudest. She’s a rockstar in the guise of a scientist, an interesting shift from the stereotypes one associates with ‘scientist characters’. Her ultimate high? The look of bewilderment on white faces and the question that shadows her all the time: how do you do it?

While it’s a delight to watch Vidya Balan own and electrify the stage, this is also when you begin to feel impatient as the film tries to find a point of conflict. Until the film’s first hour is over, there isn’t any real obstacle in Shakuntala’s journey, barring a couple of racist rejections. Her ascent from obscurity to ubiquity almost feels preordained in the absence of any real depiction of struggle. Even if it was that way in real life, a conflict here would’ve put her success in perspective, giving her a steadier graph.

The film picks up when it begins to examine the pitfalls of fame and more importantly, explores what happens when it seeps into the lives of those who were born into it but grew up not wanting it. Shakuntala Devi explodes and rages and gets under the skin of a messy daughter-mother relationship, a dynamic left pitifully unexplored in much of Hindi cinema (the father-son relationship being so much more palatable).

Avrodh 2020 SonyLIV

Vicky Kaushal’s shoutout to the Indian Army’s effort through Uri: The Surgical Strike was an honest portrayal of the strategic task forces that work tirelessly to safeguard the nation. Aditya Dhar’s deft hand at direction produced a compelling narrative that divorced itself from hyper-nationalism as much as it could, while clinically showcasing the military coup. Raj Acharya’s take on the Indian retaliation of the 2016 attacks weaves a similar story of grit, patriotism, and keen precision that ensured India’s global standing as a military force to reckon with.

Based on Rahul Singh and Shiv Aroor’s book, India’s Most Fearless, Avrodh: The Siege Within carefully charts the militant activities in the contentious region of Jammu and Kashmir. The story highlights the series of events that sparked off with the death of notorious militant leader Burhan Wani (whose name is changed in the series).

That political and military wings work hand in hand to curtail long-standing feuds within national borders is a given, but Avrodh takes its time to establish the intricate workings between the two worlds. The Sony Liv series carefully dissects each political aspect — India’s relationship with Pakistan on paper vis-à-vis the actual rivalry behind media spotlights, her equation with the US, the controversial position of PM Narendra Modi’s decision to not attend that year’s SAARC summit — all are shown to exist within a delicate balance, threatening to crumble at any moment.

The acting in Avrodh is (for the most part) quite riveting. Each character comes to life in an appropriate manner. Neeraj Kabi’s depiction of the National Security Advisor (Ajit Doval at the time), Vikram Gokhale’s precise portrayal of Modi, Amit Sadh’s able handling of Major Videep Singh’s character are especially praiseworthy.

The nine-episode run, despite its languid start, never feels hackneyed or heavy with jingoistic tropes. Shanu Singh Rajput’s cinematography holds the viewer’s attention with ample close-ups and drone shots. Even though the backstory may already be known to many, Avrodh succeeds in providing new insights into the chain of events.

The Old Guard (2020)

 Watch The Old Guard (2020) : Full Movie Online Free Led by a warrior named Andy (Charlize Theron), a covert group of tight-knit mercenaries with a mysterious inability to die have fought to protect the mortal world for centuries. But when the team is recruited to take on an emergency mission and their extraordinary abilities are suddenly exposed, it's up to Andy and Nile (Kiki Layne), the newest soldier to join their ranks, to help the group eliminate the threat of those who seek to replicate and monetize their power by any means necessary. . Based on the acclaimed graphic novel by Greg Rucka and directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood (LOVE & BASKETBALL, BEYOND THE LIGHTS), THE OLD GUARD is a gritty, grounded, action-packed story that shows living forever is harder than it looks.

Rating: R (for sequences of graphic violence, and language)
Genre: Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By: Gina Prince-Bythewood
Written By: Greg Rucka
On Disc/Streaming: Jul 10, 2020
Runtime: 125 minutes
Studio: Netflix

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Kylie Jenner Claps Back After She’sAccused Of Purposely

Kylie Jenner took some unfair heat on Twitter, after she was accused of not tagging a Black-owned brand’s dress in Instagram photos. The cosmetics mogul called it a ‘reach,’ as the brand praised her for wearing their outfit.
Kylie Jenner, wearing an up and coming brand’s clothing helps it get seen by millions of her fans. That’s what she did when she donned London-based Loud Brand Studios’ Drop Raw edge VASHTIE dress during her recent vacation at Utah’s luxury desert resort Amangiri. But when the 22-year-old didn’t tag the design house in Instagram photos wearing the frock, Kylie was accused of purposely ignoring the Black-owned brand. The cosmetics clapped back to angry Twitter users that they were completely in the wrong, and gave Loud Brand an extra shout-out.A  self-described “beauty enthusiast” Twitter user named @zoey227 showed off a screen-grab of Loud Brand’s Instagram home page which featured Kylie’s snaps in the dress, along with a side-by-side photo of Kylie wearing the VASHTIE dress in Utah next to one of the model wearing it on the brand’s website. The user wrote, “Kylie Jenner is refusing to tag the designer of the dress she just posted, which is a black owned brand, and now limiting her comments,” adding, “@LoudBrndStudios is the designer!”

Kylie then retweeted the user’s critical post with her own message.“Ok this is just a reach. why would i ever REFUSE to tag a brand and block comments. this is completely false. i think this brand is amazing and i wanted to show support and will continue to do so. everyone go check out @LoudBrndStudios,” the cosmetics mogul told her 34.6 million Twitter followers. 

Loud Brand was elated with the attention they got from Kylie wearing their dress, even without getting tagged. Seven hours before Ky’s tweet about the outfit’s designer, the brand posted, “Hi guys!!!! We are so overwhelmed with the outpouring of love wow!!! We are so grateful for Jill and Kylie because this has really changed things for us so excited to be featured on her platform how amazing!!! Thank you so much Jill and Kylie.” Kylie later retweeted the message to her followers, writing “Love you guys.” The “Jill” that the brand mentioned is Kylie’s stylist Jill Jacobs, who shared the photo of Kylie in the VASHTIE dress with her Instagram followers and tagged the brand, as well as every label or product that Ky had on.

‘90 Day Fiancé’ Star Darcey Silva ShowsOff Weight Loss In Teeny Bikini

Darcey Silva admitted she’s ‘lovin” herself in the caption for a new eye-catching and confident Instagram selfie that revealed her fit figure in a black bikini.

Darcey Silva, 45, proved she’s looking better than ever in her latest Instagram pic! The 90 Day Fiance star shared a snapshot she took herself from a top angle on July 6 and in it, she’s confidently posing while showing off her toned abs in a tiny black bikini. She also had her long blonde locks swept to one side and was wearing what appeared to be diamond earrings and a necklace in the pic.
Keeping up with me myself and I! ❤️Lovin’ me it’s all about feeling confident, strong, unstoppable, badass and beautiful in your own skin! ❤️
#darceysilva #fitness #bossbabe #love #motivation #hof11 #swimwear #fashion,” she captioned the photo.

Darcey’s followers seemed to love her new pic and took to the comments section to express their support. “Darcy I have watched you rhrew [sic] the beginning of all this and you look amazing,” one follower wrote while another said, “I’m so inspired.” “I’m so happy for you Darce,” a third sweetly commented.Darcey’s latest impressive photo comes three months after her ex Tom Brooks, 40, made headlines for asking her if she put on weight on an episode of 90 Day Fiance. The shocking comment happened when the former couple, who have been on the TLC series for two seasons, met at a cafe in New York City to discuss the future of their relationship. Things quickly went downhill during the outing after Darcey confronted Tom about seeing him with another woman in a photo her friend showed her. After he explained that he moved on because he felt she was still stuck on her ex Jesse Meester, 27, he offered to be friends but she refused.

“Did you put weight on?” he then proceeded to ask before she angrily got up and left. “Enjoy your life,” she said. “I will now that you’re not in it,” he replied.

Sushant Singh Rajput's last film 'Dil Bechara' to discharge on Hotstar

Charged as a heartfelt romantic tale, Dil Bechara marks the directorial presentation of throwing executive and Rajput's industry companion Mukesh Chhabra. The film is delivered by Fox Star Studios. The mobie will see Rajput in a main job close by debutante Sanjana Sanghi, and Saif Ali Khan in a fascinating cameoDil Bechara is the official revamp of 2014 Hollywood sentimental dramatization The Fault in our Stars, which depended on John Green's mainstream novel of a similar name. The Hindi adjustment of the film was finished by Shashank Khaitan and Suprotim Sengupta. 

"We are lowered to have the option to have a little impact in continuing the heritage of a fine entertainer like Sushant Singh Rajput. In festivity of his life and his exceptional work, 'Dil Bechara' will discharge legitimately on computerized this July on Disney+ Hotstar; and will be accessible to all endorsers and non-supporters across India. Our petitions and wishes to his family and friends and family," Uday Shankar, President — The Walt Disney Company APAC and Chairman, Star and Disney India, said. 

The on-screen character had a long-standing relationship with the STAR and Disney India organize, having begun his vocation with the show Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil in 2008 to his Bollywood change where he conveyed a portion of his most critical exhibitions in M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story (2016) and Chhichhore (2019), both delivered by Fox Star Studios. 

Chhabra said he never envisioned he would discharge the movie without Rajput: "Sushant was not simply the saint of my presentation movie as an executive, yet he was a dear companion who remained by me through various challenges. We had been close right from 'Kai Po Che!' to 'Dil Bechara' He had guaranteed me that he would be in my first film." 

"Such a significant number of plans were made together, such a significant number of dreams were envisioned together yet not even once did I ever envision that I would be disregarded to discharge this film. He generally showered gigantic love on me while I was making it and his affection will manage us as we discharge it," the executive said. 

The music of the film has been made by AR Rahman and the verses are by Amitabh Bhattacharya. 
Dil Bechara spins around Kizie Basu (Sanghi) and Immanuel Rajkumar Junior or Manny (Rajput) and investigates the interesting, exciting, and appalling experience of being alive and in affection. 

Together Kizie and Manny leave on an on-off-up-down-miserable and sweet significant excursion into the core of that insane seemingly insignificant detail called life. It trains them feeling genuinely alive and begin to look all starry eyed at.