QuickE: Bieber Fever Grips Mumbai; Prabhas’ Action Turn in ‘Saaho’
1. Fever for Justin Bieber at the Concert Venue In Mumbai
Singer Justin Bieber arrived in Mumbai early on Wednesday morning for his maiden concert in India as part of his Purpose tour. The 23-year-old pop sensation arrived at Mumbai’s Kalina airport at 1.30 am in a private jet along with his team.
Bieber was spotted wearing a pink hoodie as he rushed out of the airport to an entourage of vehicles that were waiting for him. Several fans had gathered at the exit of the airport to catch a glimpse of the singer. Bieber is performing at the DY Patil Stadium in Nerul today
2. Prabhas’ Next Is A Complete Opposite Of ‘Baahubali’: Sujeeth
Post the historical success of Baahubali, Prabhas is all set to star in a full-on action film in Telugu titled Saaho. This was a film he was committed to do from before Baahubali. And now he’s picking it up from where he left.
3. If You Were Excited About Bieber, Now Ed Sheeran’s Next on 19 Nov!
Indian fans still can’t get over the excitement of Justin Bieber performing in India and guess what? Music sensation Ed Sheeran will soon be performing in India too, on 19 November in Mumbai. His official website just announced that as part of his Asia tour in October/November, Ed Sheeran has added nine more places to the list, one of those being Mumbai!
4. Sachin and Rahman Share a Light Moment at “Sachin, Sachin” Launch
Sachin Tendulkar and his team continue to entice his fans with small reveals from his upcoming biopic “Sachin: A Billion Dreams”. On Tuesday night, the cricketing ace hosted an event with AR Rahman to launch the official anthem of the film.
The song, titled “Sachin, Sachin” and is based on the now-famous chant of his fans for the sport’s Legend.
5. Now Gear up for a Rs 500-Crore 3D ‘Ramayana’ on the Big Screen
After a Rs 1000-crore Mahabharata on the celluloid, the other great Indian epic, Ramayana, is all set to come to the big screen. Three filmmakers have come together to create the live-action feature film with a budget of Rs 500 crore.
According to a report in Mumbai Mirror, Allu Aravind, Namit Malhotra and Madhu Mantena are set to produce the film. It would be a tri-lingual film released in Hindu, Telugu and Tamil. The film will also be shot in 3D.
The project that is slated to be a series in three parts, has reportedly been worked upon for a year now.