With another day ending, it’s time to look back at the biggest newsmakers who’ve made it to the trending entertainment news today. From Billie Eilish’s INFINITE music video and Kangana Ranaut being granted protection by Bombay High Court to Taapsee Pannu’s SAVAGE rebuttal to a troll, singer Shaan appearing in Don 3 and BTS’ live performance of Dynamite and Life Goes On – Bollywood and Hollywood both grabbed headlines to make it to the trending entertainment news today. So, without further ado, here are the entertainment newsmakers of 25th November 2020:
Billie Eilish’s INFINITE music video
YouTube, with the help of Google’s AI had taken all those cover version of Bad Guy, yes, every single one of them, to create what is the world’s first infinite music video, where you can click on any cover you wish, after the original video begins playing.
Kangana Ranaut granted protection by Bombay High Court
The High Court division bench of Justices S S Shinde and M S Karnik, who heard the case, also instructed the sisters’ lawyer, Rizwan Siddiquee, that his clients need to respond to summons and record their statements before the investigating officer of Bandra Police Station on 8th January 8 12 pm to 2 pm.
Taapsee Pannu’s SAVAGE rebuttal to a troll
Recently, Taapsee Pannu encountered another abusive troll on social media, who did not only unfairly comment about her acting skills (it’s one thing to not appreciate someone’s work and he’s well within his rights to), but also went as far as calling her a ‘faltu (no good) heroine’ and added some vague comments about her kicking the plate she eats in, displaying his inherent prejudice against the actress more than his dislike of her work.
Singer Shaan appearing in Don 3
In an exclusive interview with BollywoodLife, legendary Singer Shaan delved deep into experimenting with his new song, Sniper, shooting in Goa, how he doesn’t need to ape anyone after having achieved so much, and how Farhan Akhtar praised him for it.
BTS’ live performance of Dynamite and Life Goes On
The septet set the stage on fire with a live rendition of two of their biggest hits, Dynamite and Life Goes On, creating an incredibly special moment for both the live audience and their scores of fans sitting at home.