The pilot of The CW’s Crazy Ex Girlfriend was one of my favorite pieces of TV last year. Energetic and intriguingly unnerving, it set up the story of Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom), who leaves her fancy New York lawyer job to move to West Covina, California, on an impulse. The impulse: a deeply felt, consciously irrational (and therefore officially denied) desire to pursue her ex boyfriend, Josh Chan, who she’d learned was living there.
The few female action roles that there are out there are offered to, or go to, Angelina Jolie. The actress, who ranks 18th on our annual Celebrity 100 list, helped drive the 2008 film Wanted to $341 million at the worldwide box office. She even lands female action roles where there aren’t any.
Azayla Miles is here salvaging what’s left of her house when the American Red Cross truck drove up. On the exterior of her house, a water line at about 4 feet shows just how high the water rose. She’s piling wet carpet, couches, chairs, clothes and even appliances on the curb.
The report calls it odd but close. Martin, in many texts, joined in the vulgar language. Martin was bullied when he was younger, making him more sensitive to when Incognito explained the ways the rough and tumble banter and behavior between football teammates.
Tahir Raj Bhasin: ‘Manto’ has power to transcend borders10 Jun 2018’Manto’ is a story about creative rebels trying to make a statement on freedom of expression. Actor Tahir Raj Bhasin feels this will help it strike a chord with everyone irrespective of region or nation.Nandita Das: Making ‘Manto’ was an interesting journey09 Jun 2018Acclaimed actress and filmmaker Nandita Das says making ‘Manto’ was a most challenging yet interesting journey.Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer ‘Manto’ to go Sydney Film Festival this year07 Jun 2018As per latest reports in a media portal, ‘Manto’ will be screened at the Dendy Opera Quays Cinema on June 16th and 17th. However, the screening of this film will be attended only by Nandita Das and not Nawazuddin Siddiqui who plays the lead role as he is busy shooting for his upcoming film ‘Thackeray’.Rasika Dugal goes sans make up for ‘Manto’23 May 2018Actress Rasika Dugal, who essays Safia Manto in Nandita Das’ directorial ‘Manto’, needed no make up or prosthetics for her portrayal.Nandita Das: That ‘Manto’ actually got made is a miracle17 May 2018Nandita Das is relieved her film ‘Manto’ is garnering rave reviews at the Cannes Film Festival but the filmmaker said the fact that the movie eventually materialised is nothing short of a “miracle”.Nawazuddin Siddiqui : I’m done with my quota of small roles16 May 2018Having risen from an actor who began his career with small bits in various films, Nawazuddin Siddiqui has clearly reached a point where he has shown not only his versatility, but also the ability to hold films on his own.Watch the intriguing teaser of Nawazuddin Siddiqui starrer ‘Manto’13 May 2018The teaser shows the journey of Manto, who leaves Bombay during the partition and shifts to Lahore.Rasika Dugal on playing Safia Manto : Easy to essay a lesser known character11 May 2018Rasika Dugal, an avid reader of Manto’s work, said she was relying on the extensive research done by director Nandita Das to play Manto’s wife Safia, as not much information is available about her in the public domain..