Sonam Kapoor's fans weren't the only ones, who objected to her cameo. Her father actor Anil Kapoor had no idea about Coldplay either. "He asked me who they were and why was I doing this really tiny part. All I told him was, what if the Beatles or Michael Jackson asked him to do a cameo, would he say no," said Sonam
In the first of many re-inventions, he named himself David Bowie in 1966 to avoid confusion with Davy Jones, lead singer with Beatles rivals The Monkees, and studied Buddhism and mime. Mr Bowie died on Sunday "surrounded by his family after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer," said a statement posted on his social media accounts
In 1968, when The Beatles made their way to Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Chaurasi Kuttiya Ashram, little did they know that the retreat would make its way on the world map as the 'Beatles' Ashram'. "Our aim is to ensure that visitors don't simply come for The Beatles connection, but to learn the magic of nature, meditation and yoga"
She started out working in the cloakroom at the Cavern Club, where fellow Liverpudlians, The Beatles, were first spotted. The band championed Cilla and introduced her to their manager Brian Epstein, who then signed her
Suchismita recorded songs for The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel in Abbey Road studios where The Beatles used to work on their music
Only One is about Kanye's daughter North
"Joe Cocker was a great guy, a lovely guy who brought so much to the world and we'll all miss him," Paul McCartney said
The Recording Academy said that this year they will pay tribute to those who made prolific contributions to culture and history
The celebrities take turns to sing a line from the John Lennon classic. Priyanka sings two lines in the song. The first, "imagine there's no countries," as a duet with model Suki Waterhouse, and the second, "a brotherhood of man," as a solo.
The three-bedroom terraced council house on Upton Green in Liverpool was the late guitarist's home throughout the 1950s
The Beatles star used it to record the Paperback Writer song.
Mark was sentenced in 1981 to 20 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder