Lady Gaga is the latest entry into the list of celebrities who were pictured going commando. Not long ago Ms Columbia created a furore in the world by exposing her privates to the cameras. Now Gaga has exposed herself while posing for photographers in a front-slit dress on a New York street.
The 25-year-old singer was seen in all-red attire, accessorised with crazy sunglasses, gloves and sky-high stilettos, forgetting one important detail – her underwear, the New York Daily News reported.
Gaga flashed it all to the photographers and her fans, leaving very little to their imagination in red latex dress on the streets in Manhattan, also revealing a racy piercing.
This is not the first time that the ‘Poker Face’ singer has become a victim to one of the biggest fashion faux pas, the previous one being at the CFDA Fashion Awards red carpet in June, where the singer wore a strapless Mugler gown that couldn’t hold down her breasts.
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This week’s release includes Will Gluck’s Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis starrer ‘Friends With Benefits’ – a befitting take on the worldview of romantic comedies.The film takes a dig at the schmaltzy and over the top emotional tearjerkers to a new world of relationships. ‘Friends with Benefits’ derive saccharine conventions of love and courtship while parodying romance.
In ‘Friends with Benefits,’ Mila Kunis plays Jamie, a New York corporate headhunter and Justin Timberlake is Dylan, an art director.Like ‘No Strings Attached’, ‘Friends with Benefits’ too believes in weeding out emotions from sex. A chance meet changes the life of Dylan and Jamie and the two quickly strike a friendship. Wary of a previous soured relationship, the two are game for a purely sexual affair. However, this fling soon turns into a serious romance.
A quick paced, witty and urban flick, ‘Friends with Benefits’ comes off as a cleverly written movie which has lots of punches.You cannot afford to miss out Justin and Mila in their perfect yuppie act who hit off instantly and get together in bed, oblivious to the fact that getting physical can further complicate things. Justin and Mila perfectly complement each other – be it in the bed or in their friendly banter.
The Sam Mendes directed new James Bond film will soon be shot in parts of India with the I&B ministry giving a go ahead to the production unit.
The USD 200 million movie, with actor Daniel Craig starring as the British spy, will be the second Bond film shot in India after Octopussy.
The Information and Broadcast ministry has allowed the film to be shot in India and some of the locations being explored are Goa, Ahmedabad and the Daryaganj, Sarojini Nagar areas in Delhi.
Some train stunts are to be shot in Konkan railways, Sabarmati in Gujarat and a couple of other locations falling under the jurisdiction of South Western railway, said an official in the Railway ministry.
The official said that letters have already been sent to the General Managers of Konkan railway, Western and South Western railway to allow the shooting of the film.
India Take One productions, which is handling the film’s production in the country, refused to divulge any details.
The movie, 23rd in the 007 franchise and produced by Hollywood studio MGM, is slated for a November 9, 2012 release and the shooting is expected to begin soon.
The film, with the working title Bond 23, is the latest in the list of foreign productions being shot in India, some of which include the Julia Roberts starrer Eat Pray Love, Bipasha Basu-Josh Hartnett starrer Singularity and Judi Dench starrer The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
New Delhi: Rolling Stone legend Mick Jagger has sung in Sanskrit thanks to A R Rahman, who has collaborated with the rocker for ‘Satyameva Jayathe’, their second single from band ‘SuperHeavy’.
The Oscar-winner, who has collaborated with former Rolling Stone’s frontman and three other international artistes, had earlier released ‘Miracle Worker’, the first song from their album.
The song will see Dave Stewart, Joss Stone and Damian ‘Jr Gong’ Marley jamming with the duo, a statement from Universal music said. “When Dave said A R we want your voice in this album we want this to be a great Indian song too; a long dream for me was to take one of the morals of Indian culture which is Rolling Stone legend Jagger sung in Sanskrit for Satyameva Jayathe, his second single from band ‘SuperHeavy’.
Satyameva Jayathe and make it as a song.
“This is historic if Mick Jagger, Joss Stone, Damian ‘Jr Gong’ Marley and Dave Stewart and me come together for a song like this, it is iconic in a way. I hope people like it,” Rahman said.
London might be facing riots these days but our Desi Superstar Shah Rukh Khan was least perturbed by it. He hogged the limelight in the presence of stars like singer Akon and former German tennis star Boris Becker and made the audience dance to the tune of Bollywood.