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Gangubai Kathiawadi Review

based on the chapter, The Matriarch of Kamathipura from S Hussain Zaidi and Jane Borges's non-fiction bestseller Mafia Queens of Mumbai, Sanjay Leela Bhansali's latest extravaganza is about a woman who rose in ranks of Mumbai's notorious red-light neighbourhood and went on to crusade for the sex worker community's rights in the 1950s and 1960s. Though it's just four chapters, there is abundant pluck and drama in Gangubai's (Alia Bhatt) story, apocryphal bits et al, and Bhansali celebrates her triumph as well as the source’s made-for-movie virtues in his true trademark style. No character is all black or white, but Bhansali (despite opting for monochrome opening and closing credits) acknowledges only the pristine. Ever the apostle of old school, he creates a Raj Kapoor reminiscent dazzle around his white-clad heroine. Though unlike the Ganga of Ram Teri Ganga Maili, Gangubai doesn't need a man to validate her. She may see her own tragic past in the afore-mentioned girl's unfortunate experiences, but Gangubai refuses to feel sorry for herself. Instead of cutting a sorrowful picture, she spits fire and constructively uses her shrewd business sense and a skewed moral one to her advantage. The second she changes her name from Ganga to Gangubai, she voluntarily cuts off all ties from the past. But when she does reconnect, it's a moment of volatile vulnerability and one of the best scenes in the film.t's only when producer, director, writer, editor, composer Bhansali's love for indulgences kicks in and Gangubai slips into neta mode over a series of self-congratulatory speeches, standing ovations, celebration rallies and an awkward meeting with Jawaharlal Nehru (a nervous looking Rahul Vora portraying Pandit Nehru like he was at a job interview), things slacken up a little. The book didn't have the Razia or Afsan characters. But while Razia's track is wicked good, Afsan (a callow Shantanu Maheshwari) as Gangubai's toy boy love interest is staggeringly lacklustre. One notes far more spunk and sisterhood in the brothel occupants, among whom Indira Tiwari is most conspicuous, culminating in a lovely letter of regrets collectively penned by the girls to a parent they'll never meet. This is Alia Bhatt's show though, one hundred percent. Like all of Bhansali's Gujju girls, Nandini and Leela, Gangubai is a livewire, a fountain of passionate impulses. Alia looks like Nanda in Prem Rog, but there is Amitabh Bachchan's swagger in her head-on attitude and Rekha's oomph in her saucy seduction. It's a consciously showy performance, very theatrical of a woman coming into her own from an unlikely background at an unlikely age in an unlikely era. Every time she says 'Arre Raja', a surprising, motherly instinct escapes her. She uses her voice and eyes like never before. I never considered Alia much of a dancer but her feverish energy in Dholida transcends the screen. If it feels like she is role playing Gangubai, it is because she IS role playing Gangubai. Living an inglorious life on her own terms, refusing to let anyone see through her pain and loneliness, exhibiting effrontery and maturity as a defence mechanism, her emotions are visible in fits and bursts. She feels in control only when she is pushing the envelope and herself out of her comfort zone. Working on a movie so intensely can transform an actor. Something in Alia has surely changed after Gangubai. Her entire performance is about proving to herself and not to the world what she can do. And there can be no better artistic evolution than that. Glitters Film Academy Rating: MOVIE REVIEWS 3.5 out of 5

Radhe Shyam Team Ready For Nationwide Promos

As the Prabhas and Pooja Hegde-starrer 'Radhe Shyam' is being readied for its worldwide release, the makers are prepping up a stage to promote the upcoming love saga. With plans to kick-start promotions soon, the makers will have Prabhas, Pooja Hegde, Radha Krishna Kumar and others hit the road to participate in nationwide tours. Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kochi and Bangalore are on top of the list. The release date of 'Radhe Shyam' has been set for March 11 after several postponements. The 'Radhe Shyam' team will interact with the media by holding press meets and also release promotional and BTS videos to keep up the existing hype around the movie. Touted to be a love saga, 'Radhe Shyam' has Prabhas as Vikramaditya and Pooja Hege plays Prerana. Vikramaditya is a palmist who predicts the future and also knows the past. Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has come on board to lend his voice for 'Radhe Shyam' and Bollywood actress Bhagya Shree will portray Prabhas's mother in the movie. Helmed by Radha Krishna Kumar, the pan-India movie is being produced under the banner UV Creations and presented by Gulshan Kumar and T-Series. The film is mounted on a lavish scale with eye-appealing visuals.

Bheemla Nayak Review: Well-adapted, Neatly Done

Movie: Bheemla Nayak Rating: 3/5 Banner: Sithara Entertainments Cast: Pawan Kalyan, Rana Daggubati, Nithya Menen, Samyuktha Menon, Murali Sharma, Rao Ramesh, and others Screenplay and dialogues: Trivikram Music: S Thaman Director of Photography: Ravi K Chandran Editor: Naveen Nooli Fights: Vijay Producer: Suryadevara Naga Vamsi Directed by: Saagar K Chandra Release Date: Feb 25, 2022 Bheemla Nayak” has become the talking point lately. Since its launch, the hype began going upwards. Pawan Kalyan and Rana sharing screen space for the first time and Trivikram writing the dialogues are the prime reasons for all the hype. The songs topping the charts further spiked the expectations. Also, it is the official remake of a blockbuster Malayalam film. So, let’s find out whether the film meets the expectations or not. Story: Bheemla Nayak (Pawan Kalyan) works as a sub-inspector of police in the Srisailam region of Nallamala forests in Andhra Pradesh. He is an upright and honest police officer. Daniel Sekhar (Rana Daggubati) is a politically well-connected rich youngster. At a checking point in the forest, officials stop Dani’s car. After officials note that he has a stock of alcohol in his car, they get him down. Dani assaults a police officer. Police officer Bheemla Nayak books a case against Daniel Sekhar and takes him to the police station. This small incident leads to a battle between them, as neither of them is willing to give up. Artistes’ Performances: Pawan Kalyan is in fine form. He looks restrained in the initial stage but goes full throttle later. Pawan Kalyan shows two variations in his performance when wearing the uniform and off of it. Unlike Biju Menon, he doesn’t act like a wild animal but still performs effectively. Pawan Kalyan’s swag has added a lot to the effectiveness of the drama. The casting of Rana Daggubati is a wise choice. He is perfect as a man with ego and prestige. He is the perfect man to challenge Pawan Kalyan, he goes all out to fit against the star. Nithya Menen delivers her part well. Samyuktha Menon plays a typical wife’s role, but she gets her due in the climax portion. Samuthirakhani played his part well perfectly in sync with the given character as an arrogant politician. Murali Sharma is okay. Technical Excellence: Thaman's music is the strong point. He has elevated the mood with effective music. He has given what's required, never going out of the theme. Veteran cinematographer Ravi K Chandran carries the mood with his unobtrusive lighting scheme. Highlights: The basic plot Pawan Kalyan’s swag and performance Rana Daggubati as egoistic man The intense dramatic moments Thaman’s background score Drawback: The climax portion Rana’s scenes in the second half Analysis The basic premise of “Bheemla Nayak”, which is the official remake of Malayalam hit “Ayyapanum Koshiyum”, is two men locking horns over a small incident. Can a drama be effective when there is no clearly defined villain in the story? Yes, “Ayappanum Koshiyum” proved it. Directed by Saagar Chandra, with the adaptation by Trivikram, “Bheemla Nayak” retains the basic story and follows the screenplay of the original for the first half of the movie. The second half has gone for a major change. The Malayalam version has maintained equilibrium in two characters, “Bheemla Nayak” tilts towards Pawan Kalyan. The first half of the film shows the basis for their clash. The interval bang sets the mood well. The second half of the film is different from the Malayalam version. We get to see a flashback of Pawan Kalyan, which is written to suit his image. The climax, again, is far away from the original. While the Malayalam version has more physical action, here we see a verbal duel. But “Bheemla Nayak” is a tighter version. Trivikram has done some nice changes to the original, like linking the flashback to the climax, giving a reason to Pawan’s motives, and doing away with repetitive elements. Pawan Kalyan is a local guy, Rana enters as an outsider. The one leads a modest life, the other is a rich guy with political connections. The way they behave in a situation has impacted dynamics between them. This angle was more evident in Malayalam, but here it doesn't get right. Luckily, it doesn't affect the flow. Plus, the overt commercial elements at some places have diluted the impact. The film’s main conflict is too simplistic. It also doesn’t have a strong villain required in a mass movie. Plus, by leaving out certain points from the original, it has become more or less, a mass action drama. And Rao Ramesh’s character should have been handled better. ‘Bheemla Nayak’ is also a double-edged movie, it shows the explosive attitude of Pawan Kalyan but doesn’t cater to his fans entirely like providing entertainment and masala songs. It has tried to balance both content and mass moments, which is the best part of this drama. All said, the intense and explosive attitude of Pawan Kalyan has worked to its advantage. The build-up is neat. All in all, “Bheemla Nayak” is well-adapted to suit the nativity of Telugu. It is neatly made, balancing content and heroism. The face-off between Pawan Kalyan and Rana and the strong scenes are the major highlights. Despite some hiccups, it makes an engaging watch. It is massy and racy version of ‘Ayyapanum Koshiyam’. Bottom line: Intense and Engaging

Have Big Powers pushed Ukraine to Disaster?

Russia has declared war on Ukraine on February 24, 2022, and is executing a plan meticulously prepared and war-games. NATO appears to have over-relied on the potency of its sanctions to deter Putin, which appears to be a major strategic error because it has not worked in the past and does not appear to be working now. Instead, it has emboldened Russian leadership's resolve that NATO will be unable to respond to a quick offensive beyond condemnation, Ukraine's capacity building, and sanctions on Russia. It has pushed Ukraine to disaster, as its President's loud demand to join NATO was neither acted upon by West, nor provided him any assurance that anyone else would do the heavy lifting or put boots on the ground in Ukraine to fight Russians, despite a massive military force imbalance in Russia's favour. Decoding Strategic and Military Action of Russia so far The contours and logic of Russian plans were evident from its posturing over months, President Putin's speeches to the nation and his demands made to Ukraine. The political aim of Russia seems to be to target Ukraine's leadershipto give up demand of NATO membership, or else force a regime change, replacingit with a pro-Russian government not propagating NATO membership/agenda. Strategically, the centre of gravity for the Russian offensive is the minds of Ukraine's leadership and military to surrender to Russia with minimum militaryactions. This strategic goal cannot be realised without surrounding Kyiv, which is the key strategic objective; as a result, operations to encircle Kyiv and capture adjacent airbases have been launched. After Russia recognised the independence of the Donetsk People's Republic and the Luhansk People's Republic, the liberation of the Donbas region was a foregone conclusion. The military aim is to demilitarise Ukrainian military to ensure that Ukraine cannot be used as a springboard by NATO to threaten the security of Russia and isolate Kyiv to facilitate regime change without military interference. To shape the battlefield, Russian military postured three sides of Ukraine with massive combat superiority, used forces in Belarus to invade from the North to reach Kyiv via shortest route, used its Black Sea fleet and Crimea to blockade Ukraine from South, and forces in Donbas region to invade from east and some forces from northeast to expedite consolidation. The military operations were preceded by cyber-attacks and information warfare. Military operations were launched in a well-planned and professional manner under the banner of 'Special Operations,' beginning with air and missile strikes to neutralise air defence capability, air assets to achieve air superiority, and pulverise military targets, claiming to have destroyed over 70 military targets and installations, including 11 airfields in Ukraine, before ground elements marched in, adding conventional superiority to upgrade its hybrid war. NATO's Response and Future Options President Biden's address on February 22, and statements of other western leaders, clearly indicated that NATO is not going to have boots on ground in Ukraine and will depend on financial sanctions and material support to Ukraine as response to Russian aggression. This weakness emboldened Russia to seize opportunity for offensive into Ukraine with minimum military cost, so far. NATO is still unclear about further responses, as the Russian offensive is already underway; hence time for any possible military action by NATO is already over. NATO, therefore is only salvaging its own security by strengthening NATO countries bordering Ukraine/Russia to prevent any possibility of Russian adventurism into any of the NATO countries, leaving Ukraine to its fate, as it's not a member of NATO as yet. Likely Russian Action Ahead Russia will try to achieve its strategic objectives as fast as possible and move out of Ukraine to minimise its cost. It will avoid fighting in built up areas, as it will prolong the invasion and may not remain as an occupational force to avoid backlash from a segment of hostile population turning into insurgency against it. It will therefore try to maximise pressure on Ukraine by all instruments of power to submit to regime change or force it at the earliest and de-escalate. Notwithstanding what Russia wants, the resolve of Ukrainian military and leadership will determine the timeframe and escalation dynamics and the support of NATO to refuel resistance will determine the staying power. Russia is unlikely to make the mistake of annexing Ukraine, as it does not make sense in strategic cost benefit analysis. To build pressure for Ukraine to surrender, Russia may also take over some key strategic installations, till its strategic aims are achieved. It's a harsh punishment for Ukraine's uncomfortable geopolitical location and leadership's desire to join NATO, which has thrust it into the centre of a "Big Power Contestation" that is going to be a tragedy for its people, in all contingencies. Indian Response The first priority for India should be to evacuate its own students and diaspora.It can push for diplomatic solutions and peaceful resolutions, as well as measures to reduce temperatures, but it should avoid taking sides because it has good connections with all of the opposing powers. While each country's sovereignty must be maintained, both sides have rejected it when it has served their interests, as in the Iraq war, Crimea and Afghanistan. India needs to factor the weak western response to Ukraine crisis in its strategic calculations, as it can embolden other authoritative powers like China to take similar actions in Indo-Pacific region

Bheemla Nayak Announces Arrival

Powerstar Pawan Kalyan's Bheemla Nayak has confirmed its arrival date. The movie is announced for February 25th release. The announcement has been made with a stylish poster of Pawan Kalyan. Bheemla Nayak will start the Mega Summer of Tollywood. The movie is the most hyped film of Pawan Kalyan in recent times. The success of the songs increased the expectations further on the film. Trivikram has written script for the movie directed by Sagar K Chandra. Pawan fans are eagerly waiting for his powerful dialogues by the Powerstar. Producer Suryadevara Naga Vamsi is planning a Mega release and a massive promotional drive for the film in the next few days.

Bappi Lahiri Telugu compositions are unforgettable

Popularly known as the 'Golden Man' and the 'King of Disco' Bappi Lahiri, who passed away aged 69, had composed multiple Telugu songs which made him one of the best composers during 1986-2020 in India. Bappi Lahiri was a music director for movies as many as 14, which include some good musical hits of their respective timelines. Super hit songs like 'Vaana Vaana Velluvaye', 'Aakasham Loo Oka Thaara', are still some of the most liked compositions by the legendary musician. 'Gang Leader', 'Rowdy Alludu', 'Nippu Ravva', 'State Rowdy' and 'Rowdy Inspector' are some of the many movies for which Bappi Lahiri had composed music. Bappi Lahiri's Telugu compositions mostly starred Megastar Chiranjeevi and most of the songs in their combinations were chartbusters at that point in time. Bappi who had given music for the movies 'State Rowdy', 'Gang Leader', 'Rowdy Alludu', and 'Big Boss' featuring Chiranjeevi were musically hit. His other compositions for Mohan Babu and Venkatesh Daggubati were super hits as well. His last Telugu film was the 2020 movie 'Disco Raja', an album, originally composed by Thaman, but Bappi Lahiri was brought on board to sing the song 'Rum Pum Bum' with Sri Krishna and Ravi Teja, lyrics were penned by Sirivennela Seetharama Sastry. Hyderabad best film institute in acting & direction chairman film director Deepak baldev thakur of glitters film academy on Wednesday paid tributes to India's disco king, Bappi Lahiri, who passed away at the CritiCare hospital in Mumbai on Tuesday.

Kajal Aggarwal share a refreshingly honest post about the challenges that come along with pregnancy

Kajal opened up her current state of mind. 'I've been dealing with the most amazing new developments in my life, my body, my home and most importantly my work place,' she shared. 'Additionally, certain comments/body shaming messages/memes don't really help. 'Let's learn to be kind and if that's too hard, maybe, just live and let live!' Speaking about the challenges that come with pregnancy, Kajal added, 'Here are a few of my thoughts for all those who are going through similar life situations and need to read this. 'During pregnancy, our bodies go through several changes, including weight gain! Hormonal changes cause our stomach and breasts to get larger as the baby grows and our body prepares for nursing. 'Some might develop stretch marks where our body gets larger. 'Sometimes our skin will break out with acne. 'We may also be much more tired than usual and have mood swings more often. 'A negative mood may make us more likely to have unhealthy or negative thoughts about our bodies.' She continued, 'Also, after giving birth, we may take a while to get back to the way we were before. 'Or we may never completely return to the way we looked before pregnancy. And THAT'S OK. 'These changes are NATURAL and while we are struggling to cope with all the new additions to our lives, (especially the anticipation of the arrival of our tiny little humans), we don't need to feel abnormal. 'We don't need to fit in a box or a stereotype and we don't need to be made uncomfortable or pressurised during the most beautiful, miraculous and precious phase of our lives! 'We must remember that the whole process of birthing a little infant, is a celebration that we are privileged to experience.'Some of the body changes that come with pregnancy are uncomfortable, but they all support your growing child.' She also offered some advice on how to stay positive. 'Focus on the positive work your body is doing. 'Talk with your partner, family, or friends about how you are feeling. 'Get regular physical activity. A light swim or walk can help you clear your mind and get the focus off your body image.' The actress recommended prenatal yoga for its many benefits. But she insists that it must be done only if advised by a doctor or gynaecologist. 'Yoga helps you focus less on how your body looks and more on the link between your body and your mind.' She urged to-be mothers to 'learn as much as you can about pregnancy.' 'By educating yourself, you will know what to expect and feel more in control.' Using the platform to encourage to-be moms to talk about their mental health, she added, 'Seek support if you need it. 'There is no shame in reaching out for help. Do it for yourself and your baby. 'Talk to your doctor or nurse about where to find support.'

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Mahesh Babu works even on his wedding anniversary!

The Telugu star, along with Director S S Rajamouli, Chiranjeevi, Producer Niranjan Reddy, Prabhas and Director Siva Koratala take a flight to Vijayawada to meet Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy and discuss cinema ticket prices.

Badhaai Do Review

from 'is gay' to the difficulty of 'being one' in a terribly repressive society, Badhaai Do takes a baby step forward in queer-themed stories. Earlier, in films like Bombay Talkies, Kapoor & Sons, Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Toh Aisa Laga or even Shubh Mangal Zyada Savdhan, a character's sexual identity and struggle formed the big reveal or premise for conflict but in Harshvardhan Kulkarni's light-hearted take on marriages of convenience, Shardul Thakur (Rajkummar Rao) and Suman Singh (Bhumi Pednekar) confirm their homosexuality at the onset. Only the conservative, judgemental community they live amongst cannot catch a whiff of this. Hailing from a big, fat North Indian family (led by a crackling-as-ever Seema Pahwa) of Haldwani eager to see Shardul settle in marital bliss who is the only male cop in an all-women police station of Dehradun. It includes a noisy crèche too. His Burt Reynolds moustache and rippling biceps bursting out of his khaki seams assert a machismo he wears like a shield to dodge suspicions. Compared to him, Suman is far more comfortable in her skin and has developed a sense of humour about her youth-obsessed father (Nitesh Pandey) and maun vrat-undertaking mom (Loveleen Mishra). A creepy dating app experience ensues in the two crossing paths. Shardul straightaway sees an opportunity for jugaad. Both are over 30, which makes them a relentless target of their families nagging them to tie the knot. Badhaai Do makes light of the hypocrisy its protagonists embrace to escape scrutiny while addressing the pressure that compels them to test the extent of it and realise their natural parenting instincts. Indian law forbids a same-sex couple from adopting and Badhaai Do has something moving to say about that as well as the struggle of coming out. Though Shardul and Suman do not share a romantic relationship, their journey from bantering partners sharing a roof to allies who know exactly how it feels, touches a chord. It's a shame the movie doesn't exploit their equation more satisfyingly. Suman and Jhilmil's breezy meet-cute is one of the things Badhaai Do does get right. It may not always be at the centre, but their ups and downs as a couple underscores the language of love is the same everywhere even if it's a decidedly PG rated. Having non-starry presences as love interests adds to the realism and freshness of the imagery. Badhaai Do throws in the quandary of confronting a heavily patriarchal setup where the expectations of men are no different from those in heteronormative setups. Shardul's chauvinism is particularly jarring when one presumes his sexual choices will make him more sensitive. As is his quack of a brother-in-law's (Shashi Bhushan) -- reeking of inappropriate humour and demeaning slurs. What I found myself wondering though is does it make it okay for a man to hit his partner just because he is also a guy? Badhaai Do doesn't say. Shardul is much more complex than the rom-com tone implies, one that slumps into disappointingly farcical towards its dragged-out end. Nevertheless, Rao is solid in what we've come to recognise as strictly Ayushmann Khurrana territory. Unafraid to go in dark places and lay bare his emotionality, he succeeds more than he lets on. Bhumi Pednekar packs a punch in equal measure. If only Badhaai Do wasn't busy pandering to the overdone small-town parivar's humour and hullaballoo and elaborating on its there's more to being queer than being queer For now, it's one baby step at a time..

Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor are married... Actress confirms

Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt make the most adorable couple Bollywood has ever seen. The two started dating after they started shooting for Ayan Mukerji's Brahmastra. Although they remained tight-lipped about their relationship initially, the duo has since been quite vocal about dating each other. While fans eagerly wait for Alia and Ranbir to tie the knot, the Gangubai Kathiawadi actress recently admitted that she's already married to Ranbir Kapoor ALIA AND RANBIR ARE MARRIED Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor are married. That's what the Gangubai Kathiawadi actress recently admitted. In fact, to jog your memory, in an explosive interview with Rajeev Masand, Ranbir had opened up on how the wedding would have already happened if the pandemic hadn't played spoilsport. "It (the wedding) would have already been sealed if the pandemic hadn't hit our lives," Ranbir Kapoor had famously said. Since then, the rather recluse Ranbir has been unabashedly declaring his love for Alia, even going down on one knee on public demand, asking 'humari shaadi kab hogi Alia?' Remember the Brahmastra trailer launch? So, it does come as a surprise, no? But no, they didn't elope or have a secret wedding away from the public eye. In a recent interview with NDTV, Alia Bhatt admitted that she's already married to Ranbir Kapoor in her head for years now. How adorable is that? Well, the two certainly have the blessings of both their families - Soni Razdan, Alia's mom, is quite fond of Ranbir, and similarly, Neetu Kapoor, Ranbir's mother, is a fan of Alia, especially after the Gangubai Kathiawadi trailer dropped. So, can we expect a grand Kapoor-Bhatt wedding soon? We're keeping our fingers crossed. Meanwhile, Ranbir Kapoor's Shamshera is set to release on July 22, 2022, while Alia Bhatt's Gangubai Kathiawadi will hit the theatres on February 25.

Gopichand Biopic Is Very Much On: Sudheer Babu

Hero Sudheer Babu, who will next be seen in Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Cheppali, completes 10 years in the industry. On the occasion, he spoke about his decade journey, initial struggles and ups and downs in his career. The actor informs director Krishna Vamsi suggested him to take training in acting, when he went for an audition. “I had seen my cameraman and his assistant talking negatively about my looks and acting, during shoot of my first film that was shelved later.” Sudheer Babu says Aa Ammayi Gurinchi Meeku Cheppali will be much bigger and entertaining than Sammohanam, although genre of both the movies are same. The actor got good recognition in Bollywood, after Bhagie. “I rejected few offers, including Brahmastra, as I want to focus completely on Tollywood. Coming to Brahmastra, I had to choose between this movie and Sammohanam. I preferred Sammohanam over Brahmastra.” It is known that, Sudheer Babu has been planning to do biopic of his good friend and veteran Badminton player Pullela Gopichand. “The film is very much on. Other producers came on board to make the film on much bigger scale and director is yet to be finalized.” Sudheer Babu says he is not interested in direction, though he is willing to produce films under his own banner. “If I get a good story, I’m ready to produce a film with Mahesh Babu.” Sudheer Babu’s two sons have played childhood roles in few movies. “While my elder son is playing my childhood role in my film with Harsha Vardhan, younger son is playing childhood role of Mahesh Babu in Sarkaru Vaari Paata.” He informs he has signed a total of four projects, including Harsha Vardhan’s movie where he is playing a triple role.

Samantha Not As Rich As Many Assume?

People tend to imagine a lot about film celebrities in every aspect. One s