Los Angeles, Jan 31, 2015 (Agency)
Revenge will be a key theme in the next instalment of "Game of Thrones", the newly launched trailer of the show's fifth season has revealed.
The trailer debuted during the IMAX screening of the show and was released online Friday. It sees some of the many characters of the show, including Lord Petyr Baelish, Sansa Stark, Lord Varys, Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow and Arya Stark, reports aceshowbiz.com
"There's no justice in this world. Not unless we make it," Lord Petyr Baelish tells Sansa Stark in the trailer, urging her to avenge the deaths in her family.
"The Seven Kingdoms need a ruler that is loved by millions, with a powerful army and the right family name," says Lord Varys.
Elsewhere, Daenerys Targaryen is as fierce as always. There is also a glimpse of Jon Snow in an epic fight, while Arya Stark can be seen standing in front of The House of Black and White.
The fifth season premieres April 12 on HBO. Before that, the network will air a special called "Game of Thrones: A Day in the Life" Feb 8. It offers a behind-the-scenes look at the production of the season in three different countries: Northern Ireland, Croatia and Spain.
Srinagar, Jan 31, 2015 (Agency)
"Fitoor", an adaptation of Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations" starring Rekha, Katrina Kaif and Aditya Roy Kapur, is the first Bollywood movie being shot in Kashmir after last year's devastating floods.
"Fitoor" is a love saga directed by Abhisek Kapoor who made "Kai Po Che" that did fairly well.
The romantic film is about a love triangle involving a Kashmiri boy Noor (Aditya Roy), his lady love Firdous (Katrina Kaif) and the Begum (Rekha).
"Fitoor" shooting started in the famous Nishat Garden on the banks of the Dal Lake in summer capital Srinagar as Katrina arrived at the sets wearing a burqa in typical Kashmiri style in the morning.
The movie is running behind schedule, as it was scheduled to hit the floor last year, sources in the film unit said.
"The film unit has been in the Valley for the last three days and we are working overtime to complete the shooting schedule," a source said.
"Fitoor" is not only the first Bollywood movie being shot in Kashmir after last year's floods, but it is also the first to be shot here this year.
The arrival of the "Fitoor" film unit is believed to be a good omen for this year's tourist season in Kashmir.
Bollywood and Kashmir have had an intimate and mutually beneficial relationship for decades since 1960s. This was interrupted due to the separatist violence in the Valley that started in early 1990s.
As the situation improved over the years, Bollywood has again returned to its choice locations in Kashmir.
Bollywood blockbusters of bygone years like Shammi Kapoor-Saira Bano starrer "Junglee", Shammi-Kapoor-Sharmila Tagore romantic bonanza "Kashmir Ki Kali", Rajesh Khanna, Shammi Kapoor, Hema Malini super hit "Andaz" and Yash Chopra's "Silsila" are some of the memorable films those were shot in Kashmir.
Legendary Bollywood film maker Yash Chopra shot his last film "Jab Tak Hai Jaan" in Kashmir.
Celebrated Hollywood film maker David Lean shot parts of "A Passage to India" in old city Srinagar in mid-1980s.
Residents of old city Srinagar had obliged David Lean when he made requests over the local media asking residents in old city Srinagar to bring down terrestrial TV antennae from rooftops for a day since E.M. Forster's novel, "A Passage to India" is about India in the 1920s.
Los Angeles, Jan 31, 2015 (Agency)
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and her rapper-husband Kanye West have shared a photograph in which the duo is standing next to President Barack Obama.
The image was posted on photo-sharing site Instagram.
Kim shared the picture Friday along with a personal message from the US president himself, reports people.com.
"To Kanye & Kim - Thanks for the support and best wishes to your lovely daughter," read the more.
The photograph is said to have been captured in October 2014, when the Wests met the president for a sit-down at the White House.
"Me and my wife met with President Obama two weeks ago," Kanye had tweeted after the meeting back then.