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Actor Ankur Bhatia, who garnered praise for his role of Sangram Singh in web series Aarya, is looking forward to his line-up of projects this year. The actor has also been part of films such as Sarbjit and Haseena Parkar but Aarya took his popularity to greater heights. Now, Ankur will be seen in the sequel of both Aarya and Crackdown and the actor is thrilled.

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Ankur says, “It is a great start to 2021 with these big projects, being a part of both Aarya 2 and Crackdown 2 is really special as the love and the appreciation I have received through these shows is unimaginable and has in true sense established me as an actor. I am very excited to be a part of the second installations of both Aarya and Crackdown.” Crackdown’s First Look Out: Apoorva Lakhia’s Digital Debut Stars Saquib Salem, Iqbal Khan and Shriya Pilgaonkar In An Espionage Drama.

The actor has already started shooting for the sequel of Aarya and is currently shooting in Rajasthan. The film will also see actress Sushmita Sen reprise her role. While details of his role in ace Crackdown have been kept under wraps, audience remembers Ankur as the negative shade of Pakistani Army Chief in the first season of the series.

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Clive Davis sets date for part two of his Grammy celebration

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One thing is certain: Clive Davis loves a party, and nothing can keep him from his Grammy celebrations.

The legendary music mogul, who recently celebrated his 89th birthday at Miami hotspot Prime 112, has set a date for his “pre-Grammy” party he postponed in February. The second installment of his pre-Grammy celebration will take place on May 15, Page Six can exclusively reveal.

“Part I was truly memorable – a special lifetime night. You just won’t believe what we have in store for Part II,” Davis told us, “I am deeply privileged to be joined by some of the greatest artists ever while paying tribute to several of the most electrifying live performances in music history.”

Part one of Davis’s virtual gala was in January. He presented some of his favorite musical performances from artists like Whitney Houston, Janis Joplin, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, and Rod Stewart. Nancy Pelosi, Gayle King, Gladys Knight and Bruce Springsteen were some of the guests who attended the five-hour bash. He was forced to postpone the second gala after being diagnosed with Bell’s palsy. He has since recovered and his rep told us “he’s in good spirits” and is looking forward to the big bash in May.

Dionne Warwick is just one of several stars set to attend the “pre-Grammy” bash. AFP via Getty Images

Elton John, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, John Mellencamp, Carlos Santana, Rob Thomas, Berry Gordy, Dionne Warwick, Barry Manilow, Earth Wind & Fire, Slash, Dave Grohl H.E.R, Da Baby, and Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor will all be a part of the celebration. Page Six exclusively revealed Oprah Winfrey will also take part in the event and pay tribute to her idol Tina Turner.

The event will benefit the Grammy Museum.

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