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Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Animal track Satranga Re shows dark sides of love
Actor Ranbir Kapoor’s upcoming gangster thriller film ‘Animal’ has released its new track ‘Sataranga Re’. An ode to a powerful heartfelt but tragic romance, the track sung by Arijit Singh explores the darker side of love, showcasing an emotionally hard-hitting narrative that explores the baggage that comes with love. This baggage includes things such as post-marital problems, heartbreak, helplessness, the inability to explain oneself and much more. Arijit Singh, as usual, delivers a beautifully passion-driven performance where he brings to life the emotions and the theme of the track. Harmonious, positive and yet melancholic, ‘‘Satrang Re’ is entirely romantic and in fact to some level resonates a vibe of regret, longing, strong love while completely discarding the gangster elements from its sound. (IANS)

 

Taylor Swift enters billionaire club with several historic achievements
Riding on the waves of success, country-pop singer Taylor Swift is making some historic achievements with her recent ventures, as the singer’s annual income has crossed over $1 billion, putting her into the billionaire’s club. The singer’s Eras Tour has proven to be one of the most successful musical tours ever generating millions, while her re-recorded versions of her previous albums ‘Speak Now’ and ‘1989’, both being titled (Taylor’s version). According to a Bloomberg report, the singer’s 53 US concerts this year added $4.3 billion to the country’s gross domestic product as per the Daily Mail. The Eras Tour in itself is predicted to gross a staggering income of $4.1 billion. (IANS)

 

Cher is her own biggest critic, says she never liked her voice much
Iconic pop singer and actress Cher has made a startling revelation regarding her music, as the ‘Believe’ hitmaker admitted to not being a fan of her voice. She bluntly stated that she feels ashamed of many of her early pop songs. Detailing this point, Cher said: “I just never liked my voice that much. If I had my choice, I probably would have another one, but I didn’t get my choice. I got my mother’s voice.” “It doesn’t sound like a man, it doesn’t sound like a woman. I’m somewhere more in between,” she said. She noted that her career has been a series of ups and downs with regard to success. “I just never liked my voice that much,” as reported by People. “If I had my choice, I probably would have another one, but I didn’t get my choice. I got my mother’s voice.” (IANS)

 

Big B calls Waheeda Rehman ‘exemplary artiste’; says ‘I am a big fan’
Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan has heaped praises on legendary actress Waheeda Rehman, and said he believes the latter should have been awarded with the Dadasaheb Phalke Award much earlier.Waheeda was conferred with the Dadasaheb Phalke Lifetime Achievement Award for her immense contribution to Indian cinema, at the 69th National Film Awards. Known for films like ‘Guide’, ‘Pyaasa’, ‘Sahib Bibi Aur Ghulam’, ‘Delhi-6’, and several others, the actress has played countless memorable characters and has a career spanning almost seven decades.“She’s my favourite. Yes. I am a big fan of hers. She’s good-hearted and a very simple-natured woman for an artiste of her stature,” added the actor. (IANS)

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