Dhaka, Jul 11 (UNB) - Pop singer Mila Islam on Thursday filed a case against three people, including her former husband Parvez Sanjari, accusing them of physical assault and demanding dowry.
She filed the case at Bangladesh Cyber Tribunal under the Digital Security Act in the afternoon. The other accused are Parvez’s brother SMR Rahman and cousin Khan Al-Amin.
Judge Md Assams Jaglul Hossain directed the Cyber unit of Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime of Police to investigate and submit a report on September 16.
Earlier on October 5, 2017, Mila filed a case against Parvez under the Women and Children Repression Prevention Act for domestic violence. Parvez was subsequently arrested but got out on bail two days later.
On May 20, Mila’s husband also filed a case against her under the Digital Security Act accusing her of defaming him and spreading falsehood against him on social media.
Mila and Parvez tied the knot on May 12, 2017.
Dhaka, July 11 (UNB) - Jon Favreau’s live-action remake of the iconic 1994 film The Lion King is a story of relationships. For Shah Rukh Khan, who has voiced Mufasa in the Hindi version of The Lion King, the film “reflects it’s nicer to listen to your parents and understand the deeper meaning of what they are saying to you,” reports The Indian Express.
Talking about the significance of The Lion King, Shah Rukh said in a statement, “Many times, when kids are growing with their parents, they don’t realize that what their parents say could actually come handy much later on. It is unfortunate that you remember the teachings of your parents when they are not in your life.
Somewhere down the line, the story reflects that it’s nicer to listen to your parents and understand the deeper meaning of what they are saying to you. It does teach you that our parents always live within us and their teachings never go away.
Personally, I do feel the same. The small things that my father and mother said actually define me now. I realize it now. I didn’t realize it then.”
While SRK voices Mufasa, his son Aryan Khan will lend his voice to Simba.
Disney’s The Lion King releases on July 19 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu
Dhaka, July 11 (UNB) - Epilepsy was a factor in Cameron Boyce’s death, the family of the Disney star has confirmed, reports The Indian Express.
The actor, best known for his performance in the Disney Channel’s television shows and series, died at the age of 20 last week.
In a statement to People magazine on Tuesday, the kin said Boyce had a seizure which led to his death.
“(His) tragic passing was due to a seizure as a result of an ongoing medical condition, and that condition was epilepsy.
“We are still trying to navigate our way through this extremely heart-wrenching time, and continue to ask for privacy so that the family and all who knew and loved him can grieve his loss and make arrangements for his funeral which in and of itself, is agonising,” the family said in a statement.
The news comes after it was revealed that Boyce’s official cause of death had yet to be determined following an autopsy that was performed on Monday.
“An autopsy was performed today and a cause of death was deferred pending further investigation,” the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner announced on Monday in a press release.
Boyce was “found unresponsive in his home” on Saturday afternoon and pronounced dead on the scene after authorities were called, the coroner confirmed.
He became popular with his role on Disney Channel’s Jessie and in the Descendants movies. The third film in the franchise will release in August.
Boyce also lent his voice to Jake in Jake and the Never Land Pirates series.
Born in LA, Boyce made his acting debut at the age on nine with horror film Mirrors. Two years later, he appeared in Adam Sandler’-fronted Grown Ups, as one of his children.
Jessie was his breakthrough and he soon became one of the biggest Disney Channel stars.
Dhaka, July 11 (UNB) - David Fincher will direct Gary Oldman in a biographical drama revolving around Citizen Kane screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz, reports The Indian Express.
Oldman will play Mankiewicz in the Netflix film titled Mank, according to Variety.
The movie is based on the script by Fincher’s father, Jack, who had written the draft before his death in 2003.
Plot details are vague, but as per the sources the story will follow the troubled development of the Citizen Kane script by Mankiewicz alongside director Orson Welles.
Considered to be one of the best films of all time, the feature managed to win just one Academy Award, which was for Best Original Screenplay.
Production on the biopic, to be shot in black-and-white, is expected to begin in November.
This would be Fincher’s first feature directorial since 2014’s Gone Girl.
Fincher will back the film alongside producing partner Cean Chaffin and Douglas Urbanski.
Dhaka, July 11 (UNB) - A documentary on late actor Patrick Swayze is being developed by Paramount Network and Network Entertainment as part of the I Am franchise, reports The Indian Express.
Titled I Am Patrick Swayze, the film will be directed by Adrian Buitenhuis, who has previously helmed documentaries Heath Ledger and Paul Walker.
It will feature commentary from his widow Lisa Niemi and his brother Don Swayze
The documentary will tell the story of the actor who has starred in some of the hits such as Dirty Dancing, Point Break and Ghost, Paramount Network said in a statement.
It will explore his childhood in Texas and his enduring relationship with widow Lisa Niemi, whom he met as a teenager at his mother’s dance studio.
Interviews of the actor’s co-stars like Rob Lowe, C Thomas Howell, Sam Elliott, Jennifer Grey, Demi Moore, Kelly Lynch, and Lori Petty will also feature in the film.
I Am Patrick Swayze will have its world premiere in the actor’s home state at the San Antonio Film Festival on August 2.
It will debut on August 18, what would have been Swayze’s 67th birthday.
Patrick Swayze died in 2009 from pancreatic cancer at the age of 57.