Mahira Khan reveals she used to dream with open eyes
Pakistani superstar Mahira Khan has revealed that ever since she was a child she had a sleeping issue, saying ‘I used to dream with my eyes wide open.
Taking to Instagram, the Raees actress shared an art work with song Nindiya Re in its background saying ‘Ever since I was a child I’ve had a sleeping issue.. or at least that’s what I was told. All I remember is, waiting for the night to come so that everybody else would fall asleep and I would have the night all to myself.”
Mahira went on to say “I used to dream with my eyes wide open - imagining God knows what all.”
“Acting in a film, winning something in school, talking to the boy I had a crush on.. I would play out different scenarios every night,” she further revealed.
“I can’t say I miss it.. because nothing ...
Esra Bilgic deepest condolences to victims of the disaster in Lebanon
Turkish actress Esra Bilgic aka Halime Sultan was shocked and terrified after two enormous explosions rocked Beirut’s port, killing at least 100.
Esra, who portrays the lead role in historic drama series Dirilis: Ertugrul or Ertugrul Ghazi turned to Twitter and said, “Shocking. Terrifying. I’m speechless.”
She extended her deepest condolences to the families of the victims of the blast. She said, “Deepest condolences to everyone caught up with this unfurling disaster in Lebanon.”
According reports, two enormous explosions rocked Beirut’s port, killing at least 100 people, wounding over 4,000, and causing severe damage to distant buildings, leaving the Lebanese capital in fear and chaos.
TikTok become the latest target, we are not the enemy
TikTok pushed back at what it called “maligning attacks” by Facebook as the fast-growing video-sharing app claimed it helps competition in the US market.
The comments by TikTok came hours ahead of a hotly anticipated antitrust hearing with the top executives of Facebook and three other Big Tech firms, and amid suggestions the app may be banned due to its connections to China.
TiKTok welcomes “fair competition” chief executive Kevin Mayer said in a blog post, while adding that “without TikTok, American advertisers would again be left with few choices.”
He added: “Let’s focus our energies on fair and open competition in service of our consumers, rather than maligning attacks by our competitor namely Facebook disguised as patriotism and designed to put an end to our very presence in the US.”
The comments appeared to respond to claims by Facebook CEO last year that TikTok had censored information about ...