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Rajinikanth Wraps Sun Pictures’ ‘Jailer’ Shoot

Naman Ramachandran Indian cinema superstar Rajinikanth has wrapped principal photography on Sun Pictures’ “Jailer.” The film is directed by Nelson, who previously helmed the hits “Kolamaavu Kokila” (2018), starring Nayanthara, “Doctor” (2021), starring Sivakarthikeyan and “Beast” (2022), starring Vijay. While the plot is under wraps, the film belongs to the action genre. The cast includes Kannada-language cinema star Shiva Rajkumar, Malayalam-language cinema legend Mohanlal and Tamannaah Bhatia and Ramya Krishnan from the Baahubali franchise. Kalanithi Maran produces for Sun Pictures.

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‘Along Came Love’ Review: Shame Tarnishes Desire in Katell Quillévéré’s Thin, Tremulous Postwar Love Story
Jessica Kiang In her career to date, French director Katell Quillévéré has demonstrated an unusual talent for connecting to her characters so intensely that in some moments they seem less to be up on the screen in front of you, than sitting right next to you. Or even, as with the daydreams and interior musings that punctuated her wonderful last film “Heal the Living,” right inside you. But with her fourth feature, “Along Came Love,” that intimate connection appears to have been broken, as though this turbid post-war romantic saga is coming to us through the decades via a long-distance call that keeps dropping. Perhaps to establish some authenticity early, the film opens with archival footage of the French liberation celebrations at the end of World War II. The jubilant scenes darken as “collaborator” Frenchwomen, accused of pursuing relationships with the occupying Germans, are lined up for ritual public humiliation. Last year, Alice Diop’s extraordinary “Saint Omer” also alluded to the practise of shame-shaving these women’s heads, then allowed the viewer to infer the connection to its seemingly unrelated story. By contrast, “Along Came Love” makes the link ploddingly literal — and also a little dubious considering the florid melodrama that is about to unfold — by morphing from archive to (admittedly well-matched) monochrome footage of thus-disgraced Madeleine (Anaïs Demoustier), fleeing the retributive mob and taking refuge in a barn, where she tries to scrub the painted swastika off her pregnant belly.
Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon poses in sexy see-through catsuit
a W Magazine photo shoot in a see-through lace catsuit on Instagram.The publication featured artists from Chemical X Records — a New York label that Leon, who makes music as Lolahol, founded alongside musician Eartheater.W included producer Sammy, engineer Kiri and the rapper Ish Couture in the article to showcase “the next generation of NYC dance music.”Leon also posted Instagram carousels with other photos and videos, captioned “CHEMICAL X FEATURE W MAG. SO PROUD TO BE APART OF THIS FAM.”She wore a “Puppets and Puppets bodysuit and leggings accessorized with Patricia von Musulin ring, stylist’s corset, earrings and gloves,” according to the magazine.The up-and-coming model, who walked in designer Luis De Javier’s New York Fashion Week runway show in February, served risqué poses, including bending over with her rear end toward the camera and showing off her flexibility on top of a pool table.She let her body go with the flow on all fours with her Christian Louboutin heels lifted in the air.In an eight-second clip, she posted herself sensually going down into a yoga cat pose with house music playing in the background and proceeding to roll on the ground.Leon also took it up a notch by tooting her bottom up on the white leather couch and resting her head on music producer Sammy.The pop icon’s daughter is known for baring it all.