Bebe Rexha doesn’t

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NEW DELHI: Ac­claimed ac­tor Ra­jkum­mar Rao, who was over­whelmed with the re­sponse to Omerta at the movie’s world pre­miere at the Toronto In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val (TIFF), says the film can be dis­turb­ing for some view­ers due to the dark re­al­ity it ex­poses. The film tells the story of Pak­istani-ori­gin ter­ror­ist Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh.

Ra­jkum­mar, who was at TIFF for the movie’s pre­miere, told re­cently: “It was an over­whelm­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. It was our world pre­miere and it opened to a packed house in Toronto. View­ers were quite emo­tional and stunned af­ter the film. “It can be a dis­turb­ing watch for some. It shows you the dark re­al­ity of a dan­ger­ous world.”

marks the re­turn of the for­mi­da­ble ac­tordi­rec­tor team of Hansal Me­hta and Ra­jkum­mar, who have worked to­gether in films like Ali­garh, City­lights and Shahid.

Me­hta is also the cre­ative di­rec­tor of Bose Dead/alive, an up­com­ing web se­ries fea­tur­ing Ra­jkum­mar as Sub­has Chan­dra Bose. LOS AN­GE­LES: Singer-song­writer Bebe Rexha says she does not like work­ing in­side cre­ative bound­aries. The 28-year-old singer says she dis­liked writ­ing for other artistes who asked her to pro­duce a very spe­cific, ra­dio-friendly sound, re­ported Bill­board. “Back in the day ev­ery­thing was so spe­cific to the ‘type’ of artist you were.” “This is what you look like, this is what you sound like, it was like boom-boom-boom. Be­ing a writer at the time, it was ac­tu­ally hurt­ful be­cause peo­ple would be like, ‘Wow your stuff is too ev­ery­where, who are you?” Rexha said. The singer says she at times felt frus­trated when she was asked to pen songs for other stars. “When I was just do­ing song­writ­ing they would send me sheets, and they would LOS AN­GE­LES: The mak­ers of pop­u­lar Amer­i­can fan­tasy se­ries ‘Game of Thrones’ have de­cided to shoot mul­ti­ple ver­sions of the end­ing of the up­com­ing sea­son eight in or­der to avoid any chances of leaks.

As the episodes of the show have been leaked on nu­mer­ous oc­ca­sions ear­lier, HBO’S pres­i­dent of pro­gram­ming Casey Bloys says the mak­ers will shoot dif­fer­ent end­ings to the eighth and fi­nal sea­son, re­ports aceshow­biz.com. say things like, ‘This artist is look­ing for this, there’s a new girl group and they’re look­ing for some­thing that sounds like Ri­hanna meets Christina Aguil­era and Cold­play, or what­ever, and we want this type of vibe.’ But I don’t like bound­aries.”

“I know in ‘Game of Thrones’, the end­ing, they’re go­ing to shoot mul­ti­ple ver­sions so that no­body re­ally knows what hap­pens,” Bloys told The Morn­ing Call news­pa­per.

“You have to do that on a long show be­cause when you’re shoot­ing some­thing, peo­ple know. Now they’re go­ing to shoot mul­ti­ple ver­sions so that there’s no real de­fin­i­tive an­swer un­til the end,” Bloys added. ‘Game of Thrones’ sea­son eight will re­port­edly go on the floors in Oc­to­ber.

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