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thought that they
saw what was the
Bhatt and her 2
States co-star Arjun
Kapoor, but according to
Bhatt, that may not be
It seems that she has
not found her Mr Right
yet, but Bhatt has given
some hints of what she
would like, or rather, not
like, in an ideal partner.
Taken from a recent inter-
view, the young beauty
stated, “Coming from a
family in which everyone
has strong opinions, I
don’t want a guy who will
push me down. Besides,
he has to be loyal
and honest. They
are the two most
I want in my man.”
producer Ekta Kapoor’s
party, recently, which
included another young
beauty, Nargis Fakhri.
Bhatt left early and Kapoor
was seen chatting-up a
storm with Nargis.
We are hoping that Alia
and Arjun are really just
friends, because if she was,
we would consider Fahkri
a threat; or maybe they
have “an understanding.”
Either way, it could be the
catalyst to find if there is
anything more than a
friendship with these two.
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St Vincent Street,
Youth Empowerment Foundation
and Cancer Walk for Jesus hold first
annual “Glorious Sounds” gospel
cruise on April 19. Featuring Isaac
Blackman, J Prince, Larry Pierre and
Venue: Aboard the Harbour Master,
Pier One, Chaguaramas.
Time: 3 pm.
Merry Tones Steel Orchestra holds
Learn to Play Pan Pan Playing
Techniques programme May 3–July
27. Course facilitator Kendal Lewis.
More info: Kendall Lewis, 632-4439,
709-8933, 796-5597; 755-8525 or
visit Merry Tones Pan Complex any
night from 8 pm.
Venue: Merry Tones Pan Complex, 1
Bagatelle Road, Diego Martin.
Tuco Family Games Day.
Venue: The Paddock, Queen’s Park
Time: 11 am.
New Horizons Fraternity New World
holds 12th annual National Spiritual
Shouter Baptist Thanksgiving Service,
feat Michael Annisette, Tonelle and
Telecia Williams, Bethlehem Spiritual
Baptist Choir, New Jerusalem Church
Choir and more.
Venue: Eric Williams Auditorium,
La Joya, St Joseph.
Time: 1 pm.
Luise Kimme; The last works, from
Venue: 101 Art Gallery @ Holder’s
Studio, 84 Woodford Street,
Time: 2 pm.
Perseverance Sports & Action
Community Council host annual
Good Friday Sports & Reunion with
5K road race, novelty events, Easter
More info: 734-0816.
Venue: Corner of Railway Road &
Lalla Street, Chaguanas.
Time: 6.30 pm; 3 pm (Easter Bonnet
at Hugo Francis Recreation Ground,
Woodford Lodge, Chaguanas).
King Original Wax Biggest Fantastic
Friday, music by DJs Original Wax,
Sammy, Jerry, Sugar Daddy and more.
Venue: We Bar, EMR, St Augustine.
Time: 9 pm.
King apologises to fans
Blues guitarist B B King wants his
St Louis fans to give him another
chance after an erratic performance
led to a stream of audience catcalls
and early departures.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer
issued a public apology on Tuesday
for what his publicists called “a bad
night for one of America’s living blues
The written statement says King,
88, and his band had returned from
a four-week break before the April 4
show at the Peabody Opera House.
The band drove straight to eastern
Missouri from Las Vegas, a 24-hour,
1,600-mile (2,575-kilometer) trip each
way. And King missed his daily dosage
of diabetes medicine, which elevated
his blood sugar.
“The combination of the rigours
of the very long drive and high blood
sugar due to his medication error
resulted in a performance that did
not match King’s usual standard of
excellence,” reads the statement,
which was issued on behalf of King
by the St Louis venue. “King apol-
ogises and humbly asks for the under-
standing of his fans.”
Concertgoers said King’s rambling
set featured just a handful of complete
songs amid meandering musical snip-
pets, long-winded soliloquies, an
eight-piece backup band that missed
its cues and a 15-minute sing-along
of You Are My Sunshine.
In this April 4 photo, B B King performs at the Peabody Opera House in St
Louis, Missouri. AP PHOTO
Just ‘close friends,’
no love match up
Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhatt
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