The British tabloid press had one of its regular clammy spasms of outrage in November 1986, aroused by a shot of actor Patrick Malahide's pale, naked buttocks bobbing up and down amid the bracken of the Forest of Dean.
In many ways, the furore over the sex scenes in Dennis Potter's BBC masterpiece The Singing Detective marked the full extent of the Aids-panicked, neo-puritan backlash against nudity and coitus in film and on television.
While many Hollywood celebrities have their own apps and selection of emojis, our actors aren’t far behind.The game has many interactive activities like dancing, wearing designer clothes, getting photo shoots by top photographers, giving interviews and many more. Disha Patani The actor launched her own app, called the Disha Patani Official App, to interact directly with her fans.The app was launched on March 22 and Disha has already started running contests on it.He also played an important role in Happy Bhag Jayegi, opposite Diana Penty in 2016.He was brought up in a "middle-class family" from a village near the Ganges. He grew up in his maternal grandparents' home—with his grandparents and his mother—since his parents were separated while he was a kid.