Aditya Roy Kapur to put on 9kg after losing 7kg for Malang

first_imgAfter losing 7kg for his upcoming film Malang, Aditya Roy Kapur will be putting on 9kg for the film. The actor will be seen in two different looks in the film and therefore is undergoing this transformation. In one look he will be seen sporting a muscular physique, while in another he will be seen as lean and thin.The actor, who has always had a lean physique, lost around 7kg for Malang. During recent public appearances, the actor is seen leaner. A source close to the actor told DNA that he has lost around seven kilos and is the leanest he has ever been. He had to first shoot for those portions, which had him appearing lean. So, he was on a strict diet. He had cut out carbs and was doing more of functional training.”Now the actor is gaining weight for the other look. The source added, “Post filming in Goa and Mauritius, he has started shooting in Mumbai now. This schedule requires him to bulk up and gain around nine kilos. Aditya has changed his diet and is consuming more calories. He works out for two hours every day and is doing a lot of weight training to build muscles.”Aditya was last seen in the multi-starrer Kalank, which tanked at the box office. Currently, he is shooting for director Mohit Suri’s Malang in which he will be romancing Disha Patani. The high on action film will see Aditya and Disha performing some daring stunts. Apart from Aditya and Disha, the film also stars Anil Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu in pivotal roles.advertisementThe actor will also be seen in Sadak 2 opposite Alia Bhatt. The film also stars Sanjay Dutt, Pooja Bhatt, Makarand Deshpande and Gulshan Grover playing important roles.ALSO READ | Disha Patani shares adorable photo with Aditya Roy Kapur from Malang sets. See picALSO READ | Is this why Aditya Roy Kapur was missing from Kalank promotions?ALSO WATCH | Aditya Roy Kapur spills OK Jaanu co-star Shraddha Kapoor’s secretslast_img read more

TIFF LINEUP TO INCLUDE DOCUMENTARIES FROM LEONARDO DICAPRIO AND DRAKE

first_imgAdvertisement Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisement TORONTO — A documentary produced by Leonardo DiCaprio about electric car racing, a look at a controversial yoga teacher dogged by sexual misconduct claims, and a Drake-backed feature about immigrants who served in the U.S. military only to be deported, are headed to the Toronto International Film Festival.Festival organizers said Thursday that the 25 films chosen for this year’s non-fiction slate include “And We Go Green,” produced by DiCaprio and directed by Fisher Stevens and Malcolm Venville; and “Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator,” directed by Eva Orner.Drake (Credit: Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP/REX/Shutterstock (10225918w)Drake accepts the top billboard 200 album award for “Scorpion” at the Billboard Music Awards, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas2019 Billboard Music Awards – Show, Las Vegas, USA – 01 May 2019Drake’s project, “Ready for War,” is executive-produced by the Toronto rapper along with Future and David Ayer, and directed by Andrew Renzi. A TIFF publicist says the production is bound for the U.S. broadcaster Showtime but there’s no word yet on a Canadian outlet. FILE – This June 5, 2019 file photo shows Leonardo DiCaprio at the premiere of “Ice on Fire” in Los Angeles. DiCaprio is joining with billionaire investors and philanthropists Laurene Powell Jobs and Brian Sheth to create Earth Alliance, a new nonprofit charged with tackling climate change and the loss of biodiversity. Earth Alliance said Tuesday July 2, it will provide grants, educational opportunities and fund campaigns and films, as well as work with grassroots organizations and individuals in places most affected by biodiversity loss and climate change. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)center_img Twitter Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Documentary programmer Thom Powers said this year’s collection tackles themes including artistic achievement, immigration, environmentalism, and resistance against corrupt leaders. It also touches on several high-profile figures including Truman Capote, Merce Cunningham, and Imelda Marcos.“This year’s program captures characters you’ll never forget: lovers, fighters, dancers, athletes, despots, rebels, hustlers, and heroes,” Powers said in a release.The section will open with “The Cave” from Oscar-nominated director Feras Fayyad, about an underground hospital in war-torn Syria.Lighter fare includes Bryce Dallas Howard’s documentary debut, “Dads,” about fatherhood — featuring her own famous dad, Ron Howard — and Gabe Polsky’s “Red Penguins,” billed as a comic tale about U.S. hustlers bringing NHL-style hockey to Moscow.Programmers also announced the 10-film lineup in the Midnight Madness section, typically dedicated to horror, off-beat comedy and quirky genre fare.They include an adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s “Color Out of Space,” directed by Richard Stanley and starring Nicolas Cage; and Joko Anwar’s “Gundala,” based on Indonesian superhero comic books.A scene from the film “And We Go Green,” about electric car racing, produced by DiCaprio and directed by Fisher Stevens and Malcolm Venville is seen in this undated photo provided August 8, 2019. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, TIFFThe late-night slot will open with Jeff Barnaby’s previously-announced Indigenous zombie film “Blood Quantum” and closes with Isaac Nabwana’s “Crazy World,” billed as “gonzo action flick” and a celebration of the Ugandan film movement Wakaliwood.“This year’s selections challenge the traditional parameters of genre and shock cinema, but — most excitingly — half of the lineup’s wicked provocations are courtesy of filmmakers making their feature-film debut,” lead programmer Peter Kuplowsky said Thursday in a release.First-timers include Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia’s dystopian sci-fi film “The Platform,” Rose Glass’s psychological thriller “Saint Maud,” and Andrew Patterson’s paranormal period piece “The Vast of Night,” which won the audience award for best narrative feature at Slamdance.Other documentary picks include: Alan Berliner’s “Letter to the Editor,” about photojournalism; Barbara Kopple’s “Desert One,” chronicling a mission to rescue hostages in Iran; Thomas Balmes’ “Sing Me A Song,” about a monk in Bhutan who forms a long-distance relationship via his smart phone and Alex Gibney’s “Citizen K,” which profiles Russian businessman Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who turned against Russian president Vladimir Putin.Meanwhile, the revamped Discovery program will open with Chiara Malta’s “Simple Women,” in which a director meets Elina Lowensohn, an actor she idolized in her youth.Described as “a place to find work that could be poetic, bold, or challenging,” TIFF says its Discovery section has helped launch the international careers of acclaimed directors including Yorgos Lanthimos, Maren Ade, Alfonso Cuaron, Barry Jenkins and Jean-Marc Vallee.The Toronto International Film Festival runs Sept. 5 to 15.last_img read more

Premier gives comments on latest crimes

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, October 23, 2016 – Just before noon, Premier comments on latest brazen crime spree and reports of a Haiti prison break now in wide circulation.  The Premier calls for Zero Tolerance Approach to Crime.“This morning I was informed of an armed robbery which took place last night which culminated in a shoot out with the police and the shooting of a Turks and Caicos Islander by the escaped robbers who attempted to escape in the vehicle of the victim.”“I convened a meeting this morning with the Commissioner and Assistant Commissioner of Police to discuss this most recent incident and the state of crime in the Turks and Caicos.  During the 1 hour long meeting the Commissioner of Police updated me on several previous incidents including the most recent and what is being done by the police force.”“I impressed upon the Commissioner that a zero tolerance approach to crime has to be taken and criminals flushed out and brought to justice.  We also discussed the recent jail break in Haiti and the need for the police force and Immigration to be placed on high alert.  I will make a statement on the other concerns and actions as it relates to crime in my address to the nation tomorrow in a press conference.” Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:last_img read more

Tonight AFROs First Edition with Sean Yoes Friday July 8

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From 5-7 P.M.Tonight we devote both hours to the tragedies in St. Paul, Baton Rogue and Dallas. We’ll have a full report with guest hosts, “The Mod Squad,” Stephen Janis and Taya Graham of The Real News Network. Our panel of experts will include Dr. Kaye Wise Whitehead, author, college professor and public intellectual and Dr. Tyrone Powers, director of the Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Institute of Anne Arundel Community College. Plus, we’ll open the phone lines to hear what our listeners are thinking about one of the most maddening weeks in recent American history.last_img

Hurricane protection free with ACV until May 14

center_img MONTREAL — Air Canada Vacations is offering free StormGuard protection to select destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean, for bookings made by May 14.StormGuard allows clients to rebook their vacation package if the US National Hurricane Center declares a tropical storm warning within three days (72 hours) of scheduled departure. Protection typically costs $49 per person but for a limited time ACV is waiving the fee.“In the Caribbean, the summertime is typically known as hurricane season; however, StormGuard gives travellers peace of mind when booking their vacation with ACV,” said Nino Montagnese, Managing Director, Air Canada Vacations. “Plus, the now waived fee will make it even easier for travel agents to add-on this protection plan to client bookings.”More information about StormGuard and applicable destinations is at aircanadavacations.com. Tags: Air Canada Vacations Wednesday, May 3, 2017 last_img read more