‘Sex and the City’ actor Willie Garson passes away aged 57
Willie Garson, the actor best known for his role as Carrie Bradshaw’s male best friend Stanford Blatch in ‘Sex and the City’, passed away at the age of 57. His death was confirmed by his son, Nathen, in a post on Instagram. The cause was not immediately disclosed. Garson is also credited with appearing in 30 movies.
Media reports on Shilpa’s personal life with her kids are a cause of concern: Bombay HC
Bombay High Court expressed concern on media reports about Shilpa Shetty’s minor children following the arrest of Raj Kundra in a pornography case. The court was hearing a defamation suit filed by Shilpa against media houses for sensationalism. The bench directed the plaintiff to segregate the defendants into two categories – private vloggers and bloggers, and traditional media outlets.
Vijay Sethupathi and Trisha starrer 96 to get Hindi remake
Producer Ajay Kapoor has bagged the Hindi remake rights of Tamil film ’96’, starring Vijay Sethupathi and Trisha. “The story breaks the barriers beyond the bounds of language and region, which prompted me to remake the film in Hindi for the national audience,” said Ajay, who has previously produced films like ‘Romeo Akbar Walter’ and ‘Baazaar’.
Bhumi Pednekar to speak at Climate Week in New York
Actress Bhumi Pednekar has been invited to speak at the Climate Week in New York. Along with being a talented artist, Bhumi has been a strong advocate for environment-friendly choices and green solutions, Divya Sharma, India Executive Director, Climate Group, said. Bhumi had earlier started a pan-India campaign, ‘Climate Warrior’, to raise awareness about climate conservation.
Snoop Dogg claims to be behind prominent NFT Twitter account, @CozomoMedici
Rapper Snoop Dogg has claimed he is the one behind a prominent NFT-based Twitter account that uses the username @CozomoMedici. The person behind the Medici account had been talking about releasing their personal details. They also said that they were going to tweet their identity from their personal account, saying that it would be discovered because they are considerably famous.