A belly dancer from the neighbouring state of Uttar Pradesh, who was born in Nepal and has a father living in the US, was found dead in the country, the Press Trust of India reported.
Police said on Tuesday an unidentified man called up the Nepal embassy in Delhi saying she was in danger and asking for immediate help, the press trust reported. They gave her an oxygen mask and were taking her to the hospital.
She was found dead inside the luggage compartment of a car at the Kathmandu airport, the news channel TV9 reported.
It quoted Nepalese police as saying an autopsy was being conducted to determine the cause of death.
It is a good thing when a movie brings forth some fresh perspectives on the world. Especially from actors like John Travolta, who knows so many things about the film world. Travolta came to the States in the early eighties, at a time when the country had many wonderful films on the release schedule, including the likes of The Godfather, Full Metal Jacket and A Bronx Tale. The list of A-list actors that came to the States a decade and a half ago is quite long too.
In a recent interview on The Jimmy Kimmel Show, John Travolta talked about some of the things that led him to make the decision to become an actor. He’s an old school actor at heart and has never been afraid to say what is true, even if it’s controversial.
For example, he spoke about the time he did a film about The Beatles and even asked why his portrayal of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was so important. You can check out the whole interview with John Travolta below:
John Travolta on George Harrison
I was on a show [in the 90’s on TV] with the great John Wayne and they had George Harrison do an entire concert. So I started a little speech there with a picture of Harrison and said, “He never changed. His face, his voice, his attitude, he always was the same. How many young people have to be born a hundred times to find out the way they are?” And that’s exactly what happened. All of a sudden they saw the face of Harrison. So all of us have that face. All of us are different. Everyone’s unique and it’s what makes us us. But I knew it. I was on a show with John Wayne and my reaction to what I saw – that
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