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Naumaan Ijaz’s dishwashing video breaks the internet

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Naumaan Ijaz's dishwashing video breaks the internet

Rabia Nauman, the wife of veteran actor Naumaan Ijaz, recently posted a video on her Instagram story of the actor performing household chores, specifically washing the dishes.

In the video, the actor can be seen washing the dishes, while his wife asked him ‘what is going on?’ to which Naumaan Ijaz responds saying ‘nothing’.

Nauman Ejaz jokingly said his mother thought that his wife would do all the work, but if his mother had been alive, she would have felt pain looking at her legendary child was washing the dishes.

The actor’s wife laughed as a response meanwhile Naumaan Ejaz also said that there is nothing wrong with it, a man should share an equal hand with his wife in household chores.

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In the video, the actor emphasized the importance of all husbands participating in household chores and stated that this is the minimum they ought to do to assist their wives.

The fans took this act as a great gesture and showered him with praises and compliments.  

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Fiza Ali had to cry to get payment of her work in industry

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Fiza Ali had to cry to get payment of her work in industry

Renowned Pakistani actor Fiza Ali faced really difficult time in the showbiz industry.

In her latest interview, the actor revealed that she had to cry to get her due payment in this industry.

Fiza extensively talked about the highs and lows of her showbiz career in the interview.

“I can still remember the days when my mother got ill and I had to beg to get my payment of my work,” the actor said.

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She added that she sold out her flat and managed the treatment of her mother. Her mother was a cancer patient and she needed money for treatment.

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Peter Hawkings offers slinky designs in Tom Ford debut at Milan Fashion

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Peter Hawkings offers slinky designs in Tom Ford debut at Milan Fashion

 British designer Peter Hawkings made his Tom Ford debut at Milan Fashion Week while offering an array of sleek suits, slinky dresses and towering stilettos for women next summer.

Models wore fitted trouser suits as well as jackets paired with tiny matching shorts, figure-hugging long frocks and short leather dresses.

There were also velvet suits, unbuttoned silky shirts and tasselled dresses and skirts.

Show notes said Hawkings took inspiration for the Summer 2024 collection from late Detroit-born Black supermodel Donyale Luna, who was a muse for artist Andy Warhol and photographer Richard Avedon.

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No deal yet as Hollywood writers, studios talk for third straight day

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No deal yet as Hollywood writers, studios talk for third straight day

Striking Hollywood writers and top studio executives met for a third straight day on Friday, ending with a decision to continue talks on Saturday as they try to end a work stoppage that has shut down film and TV production for months.

While workers across the entertainment industry waited for word of the outcome, no agreement was announced as the strike reached its 144th day.

The WGA said in a statement early on Saturday that the two sides would meet again on Saturday.

Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger, Netflix Co-CEO Ted Sarandos, Warner Bros Discovery CEO David Zaslav and Donna Langley, chairman of Comcast’s NBCUniversal Studio Group, took part in the talks with the Writers Guild of America (WGA) for a third day.

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Representatives for the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, which represents the studios, had no comment.

While the two sides met, union members turned out in large numbers in response to an appeal from WGA negotiators on Thursday to flood picket lines outside the studios.

In the crowd outside Netflix on Friday was “Mad Men” creator and writer Matthew Weiner, who like others voiced optimism that the recent talks signaled progress was being made.

“I’m hopeful,” Weiner said of the possibility that the strike could be coming to an end. “I would like to go back to work and I would like to start mending these relationships.”

Roughly 11,500 WGA members walked off the job in May, demanding higher pay and residuals in the streaming TV era plus limits around the use of artificial intelligence.

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Producer and WGA member Al Septien, also picketing outside Netflix on Friday, said he wanted to get back to work, but only under the right terms.

“We’ve been out here a long time. We don’t want to fold for a less-than-fair and good contract for the writers,” he said.

The SAG-AFTRA actors union also is on strike after walking off the job in July.
 

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