Freeze frame: Sonakshi Sinha; Dwayne Johnson; Russell Crowe

“I’m really excited about the tour because I will not just be dancing, I will also be singing something special. My music team and I have created a brand new rendition of Love Dose, one of my favourite songs of Honey Singh, changing the lyrics from the point of view of a girl,” she said. (Bharati K. Dubey).  

  • Published 29.06.18
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Actress Sonakshi Sinha has rewritten the lyrics for the song Love Dose for the Dabangg Reloaded tour from a girl’s perspective and was seen performing it as part of city acts. All set to kick-start the Dabangg Reloaded tour on June 22 in Atlanta, the bindaas girl showcased her talents beyond dance. Sonakshi has worked on a recreation of the song Love Dose especially for the tour and was seen crooning it as part of her act on the tour. Sonakshi had said: “I’m really excited about the tour because I will not just be dancing, I will also be singing something special. My music team and I have created a brand new rendition of Love Dose, one of my favourite songs of Honey Singh, changing the lyrics from the point of view of a girl,” she said. (Bharati K. Dubey).  

Dwayne Johnson’s upcoming film Skyscraper will open in India on July 20. According to a statement by Universal Pictures, the film will be released in the country in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The story follows Will Sawyer (Johnson), a former FBI Hostage Rescue Team leader and US war veteran who now assesses security for skyscrapers. A trip with his family to China to assess security of the world’s tallest and the safest building, the Pearl, takes a disastrous turn when Sawyer finds himself being framed when the building is suddenly ablaze. 

Hollywood star Russell Crowe has been roped in to play Fox News founder and chairman Roger Ailes in a new miniseries for Showtime, the network has announced. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the series, which will run for eight episodes, is based on the reporting by journalist and Ailes biographer Gabriel Sherman, who wrote: “The Loudest Voice in the Room: How the Brilliant, Bombastic Roger Ailes Built Fox News - and Divided a Country.” 

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