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The Sky Is Pink (Hindi Movie)
Hindi Movie
The Sky is Pink is the incredible love story of a couple spanning 25 years, told through the lens of their teenage daughter. She is sassy, sardonic, spunky and also…dead! A fact

Diwali Celebrations | AZ Rajput 3rd Diwali Celebration-Open to All
Religious
Please join us to celebrate festival of lights-Enjoy an evening of fun, food, entertainment & firework. Tentative schedule of events is as follow. Laxchhami Puja, National

GCA Diwali Dinner & Bollywood Night
Cultural
Socializing / Appetizer followed by Dinner Dress Code: Indian Traditional (Suggested) Contact: Bhushan Parikh (623-217-8007) or Nilesh Modi(480-231-5556) for table/seat assignment

Pooram - A Comedy Dance Musical Show
Cultural
Opportunity to dance with popular Indian cine stars ! Looking for Bollywood or Classical dance trained girls age (15 to 23) for performing on our mega show on Date & Time

Mahima 2019
Cultural
You request the song Let the magic happen Sit back & enjoy the medley (after the intermission) A maestro on an ancient instrument takes on movie songs and makes the stage come

Deepavali Sambaralu | Telugu Association
Cultural
* Fire Works * Stage Drama by Adults * Cultural activities by local talent * Drawing / Costume Competition for kids * Family Fun Event * Telugu traditional dinner * Indian Dresses

Diwali Celebrations | SW Rajputs
Religious
All proceedings will go towards supporting the Narayan Seva Sansthan in Udaipur as well as educational support for children from low-income families

'Tony Stark' Robert Downey Jr walks out of Oscar race, courtesy spat with Martin Scorsese

After a spat with Martin Scorsese, American actor Robert Downey Jr declined to campaign for Oscars for his portrayal as Tony Stark.

This revelation was made by the 54-year-old actor on Monday while taping 'The Howard Stern Show live' from Los Angeles, reported The Hollywood Reporter website.

The host of the show got vocal about the subject when Downey made a quip about Martin Scorsese's who recently commented that Marvel films are "not cinema."

Downey proceeded to mostly brush off the remark, saying he doesn't think Scorsese really cares that much, but the show host Stern said that he believed the 'The Irishman' director didn't like the movies and others in the industry had the same feeling, which is why Downey was never nominated for an Oscar for his work as Stark.

"I'm so glad you brought this up because there was some talk about it, and I said 'let's not' and because I'm much more like you than you might really want to believe," Downey Jr. told Stern.

"I listen to the show and I agree with most all of your opinions, varied though they may be. Occasionally, you'll go on some tributary trail of thought [and] I'll go like, 'Oh that's not how I see it, but I love that you see it that way.'"

Downey also said, "I'll tell you the truth. I didn't expect [the Marvel Cinematic Universe] to become what it became, and it is this very large, multiheaded Hydra at this point."

When pressed on what Scorsese said, Downey replied, "It's his opinion. I mean it plays in theatres. I appreciate his opinion because I think it's like anything. We need all of the different perspectives so we can come to the centre and move on."