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SRK now finds himself in the unenviable position of having incurred the wrath of Amma. The highly infuriated TN CM has slapped SRK, Shetty and rest of the crew behind “Chennai Express” with a defamation suit for, among other things, misspelling “Chennai” in the movie’s trailer. Amma’s aide, Madaswamy, shed more light on his boss’ [...]

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Former Union Law Minister Ashwani Kumar, who had taken a break from public life after his resignation over his role in tampering proof-reading the CBI’s coal scam report, has now come out strongly against Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty’s upcoming movie, “Enemmy”. Ashwani claims the script is riddled with typos, grammatical blunders and other atrocities against English and [...]

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After CSK owner enthusiast, Gurunath Meiyappan, and RR co-owners, Raj-Shilpa, it is the turn of Kings XI Punjab co-owners, Preity Zinta and Ness Wadia, to come under the scanner of law enforcement authorities for match-fixing, or rather, the lack thereof: the estranged couple have been summoned by the special cell of the Delhi police to [...]

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After CSK owner, Gurunath Meiyappan’s arrest for links with bookies, it is the turn of another IPL owner, Preity Zinta, to face the heat of the Mumbai police. The dimpled Bollywood star and Kings XI boss has been summoned by the crime branch in Mumbai for producing in and starring in the ultra corny chick-flick, [...]

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With repackaging hits from the past being the new in-thing, hotshot director Sajid Khan, undoubtedly buoyed by the successful failure of Himmatwala, has announced the mother of all remakes: that of one of India’s greatest cult classics, Mughal-e-Azam. Throwing light on his decision, Sajid said, “After Himmatwala, I was looking for the next movie to [...]

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The war between the two mega stars of Bollywood, Sharukh Khan and Salman Khan, has now grabbed the attention of the UN Security Council. The international body has called for the warring camps to cease hostilities and settle outstanding issues through peaceful negotiations. The United Nations said that if required they might deploy peacekeeping forces [...]

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Widely known for his eccentric, strong and amusing stands on various issues, Press Council of India chairman Justice Markandey Katju once again made the news by writing to the Maharashtra Governor seeking a pardon for Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt. Going a step further, Justice Katju has also contemplated doing the same for convict Zaibunisa. What drove [...]

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After the Supreme Court upheld the conviction of Sanjay Dutt, Bollywood has petitioned Parliament to pass legislation exempting rich, spoilt kids from the purview of Indian law. A visibly seething Mahesh Bhatt ranted, “While the poor kids make mistakes knowingly and need to be punished most severely, the rich kids and youngsters just make silly [...]

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With MSD’s squad on the verge of a historic and unprecedented 4-0 whitewash against the Australians, Rahul Bose, Arundhati Roy, and other celebrity activists have urged the Indian skipper to magnanimously lose to their opponents. Bose said the clinical manner in which the Indians had steamrolled the Australians thus far in the series was very [...]

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Islamabad has issued an unconditional and unqualified apology to the Government of India after Ramgopal Verma screened a special show of his latest flick “The Attacks of 26/11” for the who’s who of the Pakistani establishment. Sources reveal that RGV’s movie, which is being seen in Pakistani circles as Indian retribution for 26/11, prompted the [...]

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