Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

July 16, 2016
Salman Khan
Salman Khan

Salman Khan’s ‘Sultan’ Storms Bollywood, Offshore Box Office; Sets Multiple Records. Bollywood superstar Salman Khan”s Eid release “Sultan” has crossed the Rs 300 crore mark worldwide in just five days since its release . The sports-drama film is now touted to be the highest grossing Bollywood film in terms of opening weekend collection worldwide.
The Yash Raj Films production, which released on July 7 has done a gross box office collection of $ 37.7 million in India and $ 13.7 million abroad, according to a communication from the banner.

Nike advert starring Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone viewed two million times in 12 hours. The video shows leading Indian athletes and sportswomen training together on city streets.

Atif Aslam gives life to another musical project ‘Tere Sung Yaara’ adding magic to the track which is part of Akshay Kumar’s film ‘Rustom’. The single is also available on Apple Music. 

Muhammad Ali Remembered as “the Greatest” in Powerful 2016 ESPY Awards Tribute. DuringWednesday night’s telecast at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, Muhammad Ali wasn’t just honored during the “In Memoriam” portion of the show. He also received a musical tribute from Chance the Rapper and thoughtful words from close friend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

Kim Kardashian Makes Her Dad Proud With $45 Million Mobile Game Fortune: “Not Bad for a Girl With No Talent”
Kim Kardashian: Hollywood has been downloaded 45 million times and has generated $160 million in revenue, according to Forbes. Of that large number, the E! reality star has pocketed $45 million.


Festival season is now in full flow and there’s still time to book yourself the ultimate festival getaway this August! Head to Amsterdam’s Mysteryland or WECANDANCE in Belgium for standout electronic lineups that offer big name artists alongside some of the hottest underground acts. OFF in Poland is truly a festival for the discerning music fan with an eclectic musical lineup that includes The Kills, Anohni, Minor Victories, GZA & Lush and it is the perfect place to discover the best alternative acts from across the world. Mysteryland offers an extensive arts and cultural programmes, with everything from performance artists, art installations, street performances, movies and much more! For the best in festival gastronomy, the bar has been raised by WECANDANCE, with pop-up restaurants staffed by michelin-starred chefs, expert mixologists and even beach roaming sommeliers!

Here’s 3 of the best music festivals in August..


OFF Festival returns with another bold and eclectic lineup, with everything from the vital hip hop of Flatbush Zombies and grindcore legends Napalm Death through to much lauded producer Machinedrum and Philadelphia punks Beach Slang, Also taking to the stage is Anohni, The Kills, Mudhoney, GZA, Lush, GusGus, Thundercat, Jaga Jazzist, SBB, Sleaford Mods, Lightning Bolt, Willis Earl Beal, Kaliber 44, DJ Koze, Show Me the Body, Fidlar and more! OFF is truly a festival for the discerning music fan and the place to discover the best alternative acts from around the world. OFF Festival takes place from 5-7 August 2016. 3-day tickets from £70 available at off-festival.pl.


Taking place on the sun-kissed golden sands of Zeebrugge Beach in Belgium, WECANDANCE fuses together the very best in music, food, art and style for a one-of-a-kind festival experience. An exceptional line-up of quality electronic music and hip hop, this year’s festival features acts including Dixon, DJ Tennis, Eduardo Castillo, Jamie Jones, Maribou State, Recondite, Roy Davis Jr, Pachanga Boys, Young Marco, Vaal and more. Food, Art and Fashion are also a big part of the #WCD16 experience, with an international range of signature dishes developed by premium restaurants and chefs, expert mixologists and roaming sommeliers, plus Belgium’s rising fashion stars and impressive art installations from some of Belgium’s most respected artists. WECANDANCE takes place from 13-14 August 2016. 2-day tickets from £65 available at wecandance.be.


Mysteryland takes visitors on a creative journey, combining the finest electronic music with an extensive arts and culture line-up. With over 350 acts, criss-crossing house, techno, disco, African beats, vinyl-only, hardstyle, hip hop and feel-good bands, this year’s line-up includes everything from big name acts like Diplo, Martin Garrix, Sam Feldt and Afrojack to underground acts such as Seth Troxler, Dave Clarke, Detroit Love (Carl Craig b2b Stacey Pullen), Green Velvet, Karenn, Tom Trago and Surgeon ft. Lady Starlight. Plus there’s theatre, movies, street performers, and art installations from revered artists such as Kate Raudenbush, best known for her work on Burning Man Festival and balloon artist Robert Bose, famed for his Balloon Chain at Coachella.
Mysteryland takes place from 27-28 August 2016. 2-day tickets from £95 available at www.mysteryland.nl.

- Compiled by Mariam Nihal

July 16, 2016