Armaan Malik excited to meet Jon Favreau

first_imgMumbai: Singer Armaan Malik is looking forward to meet director Jon Favreau at the premiere of his film “The Lion King” in Los Angeles.Malik will be flying to Los Angeles (LA) on Monday for the world premiere.”I’m so stoked to be joining Disney India for the premiere of ‘The Lion King’ in LA. This is going to be my first time at a premiere in Hollywood, and I couldn’t be more excited to be part of such an iconic project,” Malik said in a statement. Also Read – Rihanna to release 500-page ‘visual’ autobiography”What makes it even more special is that I will get to meet and interact closely with the man himself; Jon Favreau! He’s helming the project and has made some of my favourite movies in recent times and I’m really glad that I’m getting an opportunity to get a peek into his creative world and share some fun moments with him,” he added.Malik and singer Sunidhi Chauhan have been roped in for Hindi tracks for Disney’s upcoming live-action project “The Lion King”. He will be lending his musical touch to “Hakuna matata” and also a duet with Sunidhi.”The Jungle Book” fame director Favreau has re-imagined the world of Disney’s classic to bring alive a live-action film. He has stayed true to the classic story of Simba and used pioneering and game changing photo-real technology, using cutting-edge tools to make the musical drama come alive on the big screen.The film will release in India on July 19 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.last_img read more

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MacKenzie Bezos pledges to donate half her fortune to charity

MacKenzie Bezos, the ex-wife of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, has pledged to give away roughly half of her fortune to charity.Bezos signed the Giving Pledge, an initiative launched by Warren Buffet and Bill and Melinda Gates to encourage the world’s richest people to give away most of their wealth.Bezos and her ex-husband divorced last year and she reportedly got a stake in the online shopping giant worth over $35 billion.She wrote in a letter she will be thoughtful in her philanthropy and will “keep at it until the safe is empty.”

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