Esra Bilgic will be sharing a 'good news' with PSL fans soon
Turkish actress Esra Bilgic on Sunday said she would be sharing some good news with Peshawar Zalmi soon.
She said this in a tweet in which Peshawar Zalmi chairman Javed Afridi was tagged.
The tweet came a day after Afridi sought people's opinion about hiring the "Dirilis: Ertugrul" actress as a brand ambassador for his Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise.
Taking to Twitter on Sunday, she wrote, "I will be sharing some good news with you soon."
The tweet that was sent out from an unverified account was also liked by Javed Afridi among hundreds of others.
Scaled-down Czech film festival opens in empty auditorium
A Czech film festival disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic unveiled a scaled-down programme of movies on Friday with an opening ceremony in an empty auditorium and a star-free red carpet.
The Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, central and eastern Europe’s leading movie extravaganza, announced in April it was cancelling its main events as the novel coronavirus shuttered cinemas and mass gatherings.
Restrictions have since eased, allowing the festival’s president, actor Jiri Bartoska, to unveil a list of 16 foreign and domestic films on Friday.
He gave his speech in the festival’s main venue, with the red carpet laid out at the entrance but no guests around to walk on it this year.
The event usually draws A-list celebrities, dozens of films and hundreds of fans to the screening rooms in the spa town of Karlovy Vary from June to July.
This year organisers said the 16 films will instead ...
Angolan app gives performers a lifeline - streaming to paying public
When the Angolan government imposed its coronavirus lockdown in late March, local entrepreneur and innovator Claudio Kiala saw a gap in the market when it came to virtual entertainment.
Kiala and his team had been developing a performance platform known as Soba Channel App, before the crisis struck, where artists would be able to stream live shows and fans would pay to gain access.
The lockdown meant they had to accelerate its launch to help artists earn some income during the lockdown, and give viewers a chance to be entertained in the comfort of their homes.
Soba is the first virtual entertainment platform in Angola, that allows artists to charge for their shows. Social gatherings remain prohibited in the country.
“This pandemic situation led us to accelerate a few of the ideas that we already had and we decided to create the platform where artists could still host concerts and ...