Bollywood Updates Badshah-Jacqueline Criticised:
Today from Bollywood, netizens slammed rapper Badshah and Jacqueline Fernandez in ‘Genda Phool’ controversy after the original composer of the song asked for due credit. On the other hand, going by the incoming reports, Big box office upcoming releases: ‘Sooryavanshi’ and ’83’ might suffer huge losses due to coronavirus outbreak as insurance won’t be covering unreleased films.
And more in trending Bollywood news, Sonakshi Sinha took to his Twitter page and slammed the trolls for accusing her of not making donations in combating coronavirus. On the other hand, Urvashi Rautela, who copy-pasted a US-based author’s tweet, was called out by him.
Have a look at the latest Bollywood news in detail below:
‘Genda Phool’ Controversy: Netizens Asked Badshah-Jacqueline Fernandez To Credit ‘Aghast’ Composer Ratan Kahar
Netizens both bashed and asked rapper Badshah and Jacqueline Fernandez to credit the original composer Ratan Kahar, who reportedly is the original composer of decades-old Bengali folk song.
Coronavirus Lockdown: Uncovered By Insurance, Akshay Kumar’s ‘Sooryavanshi’ & Ranveer Singh’s ’83’ Face Huge Losses
Movies specifically: Sooryavanshi and ’83 might suffer huge losses as reports have it. Insurance policies state that they do not cover insurance for movies that have not been released in theatres or are shut down under coronavirus lockdown.
Sonakshi Sinha Takes Trolls Upfront Who Accuse Her Of Not Donating In Fight Against Coronavirus
Sonakshi Sinha penned a tweet to slam the trolls who accused her of not making any donations to the COVID-19 relief fund. Her tweet read,
“Minute of silence for trolls who think that just because it wasn’t announced, contributions weren’t made.Neki kar dariya mein daal,suna toh hoga?Kuch log actually follow karte hai!Ab shaant ho jao & use ur time 2 do some actual good(announcing or not is a personal preference)”.
US Writer ‘roots’ For Urvashi Rautela After Latter Copy-Pastes His Tweet On ‘Parasite’
Urvashi Rautela was called out by New York-based author JP Brammer for copy-pasting his tweet which Brammer wrote on Oscar winning film South Korean Movie: ‘Parasite’.