The rumor mills are abuzz that Arjun Rampal is now in a relationship with serbian actress Natasa Stankovic, post his separation with wife Mehr Jessia. It was reported that Natasa who also appeared on 'Bigg Boss 8' but most popularly known as rapper Badshah's 'DJ Wale Babu' girl is allegedly in an affair with Arjun and now the actor has cleared the air over the same. It was being reported early this week that Natasa and Arjun are growing close to each other and spending a lot of time together. A source was also quoted by a daily, saying, "Arjun and Natasa got acquainted while working on Daddy and they have apparently kept in touch with each other." Natasa who had been in news 2 years ago for her confirmed relationship and then break up with Star Plus show 'Yeh Hai Mohababtein' fame TV actor Aly Goni, was also seen in the item song 'Zindagi Meri Dance Dance'[Watch video at bottom of this article!] from Arjun Rampal's film 'Daddy'. Well the speculations of … [Read more...] about Arjun Rampal REACTS FINALLY! Denies dating Natasa Stankovic!
After the success of 'Nach Baliye 8', the popular celebrity dance reality show will soon make a comeback on small-screen with its ninth season. As reported earlier, 'Nach Baliye 9' will see ex-couples competing with real-life couples and the makers are trying their level best to rope in a great set of contestants. 'Yeh Hai Mohabbatein' actress Divyanka Tripathi & hubby Vivek Dahiya won 'Nach Baliye 8' and according to latest buzz, their co-star Aly Goni might participate in season 9 with ex-girlfriend Natasha Stankovic. Aly Goni (Photo: Instagram) According to a leading daily, the makers of 'Nach Baliye 9' have approached exes Aly Goni and Natasa Stankovic to participate together in the dance reality show. While Aly Goni is yet to react on the same, Natasha has confirmed that she is in talks with 'Nach Baliye' makers. Natasa Stankovic (Photo: Instagram) Speaking about the same, Natasa told TOI that, "Yes, I have been approached for the show, but nothing is confirmed … [Read more...] about Aly Goni & ex girlfriend Natasa Stankovic to participate in ‘Nach Baliye 9’?
Anyone familiar with Manchester’s cottage industry of club nostalgia will have noted the latest addition to dance music’s legacy: a full-blown orchestra. Last month saw the debut of Haçienda Classical, where house classics were pumped out by the club’s former mainstay DJs Graeme Park and Mike Pickering and retooled by Manchester Camarata. The run included two nights within the majestic walls of the Royal Albert Hall. Of course, Happy Mondays man Bez was on hand to do his dance, mercifully stripped of maracas. When Tony Wilson famously announced: “This is Manchester. We do things differently here,” it’s uncertain whether that philosophy would one day encompass a strings-led, high-NRG reinterpretation of Black Box’s Ride On Time. Blame the success of Clean Bandit’s cello pop. Blame the rise of minimal classical music. Blame the sad inevitability that veteran clubbers prefer to go out on a weeknight to a venue that has velvet seats. … [Read more...] about No strings attached: why the trend for classical ‘raves’ needs to end
If Rob Reiner wanted to remake This Is Spinal Tap for the 21st century, he wouldn't have Marty DiBergi following a washed-up British rock band; he'd embed him with a European DJ crew. This thought occurs approximately four minutes into Take One, a documentary – if you will, rockumentary – about popular DJ tag-team Swedish House Mafia. One of their number, Sebastian Ingrosso, is throwing a hissy fit because he hasn't been given his own car to take him from his hotel to a nearby festival site. "Shit fucking organised shit!" spits the portly disc-spinner in the direction of an unfortunate lackey. "I don't want to sit with 15 people; my head is in my DJ set!" In fairness to him, all great artists probably need a bit of "me time" before taking the stage, but if Take One is anything to go by, a typical Swedish House Mafia DJ set involves little more than three pot-bellied men punching the air to an electro-house version of Sweet Dreams by Eurythmics. These days, rock bands are … [Read more...] about This isn’t Spinal Tap, it’s Swedish House Mafia
In all photos of the Swedish House Mafia, you will see three smiling shiny-eyed young men, a couple of them unshaven, all of them with hair running wild and free, who look as though they are having a really good time. The world they live in seems a great place to be and clearly they get paid, a lot, for doing exactly what they wanted to do, which, to cut a long story short, involves the making, mixing and playing of records, some of which they have made for themselves, some of which they have worked on for others (including Madonna, Kylie, Deep Dish, Hi-Fi, NERD, Justin Timberlake, Royskopp, Moby), and some of which are all the work of others. The three happy souls who look as though they are having a party – having just been to a party and who are then going onto another party – make the sort of music that gets played at parties that you go to having been to a party, before going on to another party. They consist of three superstar disc jockeys, Axwell, Steve Angello and … [Read more...] about … Swedish House Mafia
Ms. Pac-Man, BurgerTime, and other quarter-eating games of yore sit abandoned as dozens of beer-sipping patrons pack into a bar on a frigid Chicago night. They yelp and cheer “SNAIL!” as a blue bear creature wearing an old-timey robber mask rides a giant mollusk into a soccer goal. Wait, what? Meet Killer Queen—a low-fidelity head trip of an arcade game that defies easy description. It’s a ménage à trois of a Super Mario-style platformer with the multi-faceted strategy of European board games and the floaty aerial combat of Joust. The five players on each of two squads use a single button and joystick to coax four workers and an insect-like queen around a series of floating platforms. The grunts (the aforementioned critters in the robber masks) play the role of pack mules that haul berries or transform into fearsome warriors. The winged queen resembles the iconic ostrich knights of Joust in form and function, fluttering with the push of its … [Read more...] about An unlikely hit inspired a community and fierce rivalry at a Chicago arcade bar