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  • Friends of Jacqueline are asking her for a party, here’s the reason why

    Jacqueline’s friends have been asking her to throw a party. The actress has been riding high on the success of her recent movie Judwaa 2. The movie not only garnered an amazing response from the audience and but has also kept the cash counters ringing.

  • We were given loan, not grant by Gujarat govt: Tata Motors

    Ahmedabad: Breaking its silence over Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s charge that the BJP-led Gujarat government extended undue favours of Rs 33,000 crore to it for car manufacturing facility at Sanand, Tata Motors today said it got Rs 584.8 crore as loan, and not grant.

  • UK MPs demand Donald Trump state visit be cancelled over Twitter row

    London: Britain’s MPs from across the political spectrum today asked the Theresa May government to cancel its invitation to Donald Trump for a state visit to the UK amid an escalating row triggered by the US President’s controversial anti-Muslim Twitter messages.

  • PM Modi not a real Hindu, says Kapil Sibal

    New Delhi: Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal said on Thursday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was not a real Hindu, a day later Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) questioned Rahul Gandhi’s faith following his visit to Somnath Temple.

  • Shocking! Girl from Iran undergoes 50 surgeries just to look like Angelina Jolie

    A 19-yeal-old Sahar Tabar from Iran did surgeries 50 times just to look like Angelina Jolie. Sahar Tabar says she is the biggest fan of the actress and she will do anything just to look like Angelina.But in her enthusiasm to imitate her screen idol, many say she has turned herself into Tim Burton’s ‘Dead Bride’ cartoon character.

  • Former India woman cricketer Sreerupa Mukherjee passes away aged 66

    Kolkata: Former Indian women’s cricket team player and coach Sreerupa Mukherjee passed away today morning after suffering cardiac arrest. She was 65 years old and is survived by husband Paresh Nath Mukherjee and daughter Amrita.

  • Mumbai records highest number cyber crime, Delhi tops in overall crime rate

    New Delhi: Delhi has reported the maximum number of rape cases amongst 19 major cities at 40 per cent, besides the highest crime rate in 2016, according to the data released by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) today. The national capital has got the dubious distinction of topping the list in cases of murder, kidnapping and abduction, juveniles in conflict and economic offences.

  • Rohit Bakshi is a fitness freak

    Rohit Bakshi, a fitness freak, says he follows a diet plan for his role of Lord Bhairav in TV show “Shaktipeeth Ke Bhairav”. “The character is tough to portray but challenges are what makes an actor. When it comes to maintaining my body, I am myself a fitness freak. Exercise makes me feel energetic and positive in life,” Rohit said.

  • Aamir Khan was Karan’s inspiration

    Karan Suchak, who will play in Akhilesh Pandey in the upcoming show “Meri Hanikarak Biwi”, looked up to Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan and followed a strict diet and workout regime for his role in the upcoming TV show.

  • Mark Ruffalo stands against domestic violence

    Mark Ruffalo wants to spread awareness about the violence faced by women and let them know that they are “not invisible”. Ruffalo took to his Instagram account with an image in which he features holding a placard which read “Not Invisible”.

  • Julia Roberts, Wilson bond over jokes & humour

    Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts had a great time shooting “Wonder” with actor Owen Wilson, and says that they share a “similar sense of humour”. Family drama “Wonder”, based on R.J. Palacios 2012 eponymous bestseller, will make its way to the big screen in India on Friday through PVR Pictures.

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    Vishal Bhardwaj to publish his poems

    He is one of the most original storytellers and musicians in the film industry and now Vishal Bhardwaj is branching out by bringing his own book of poems. The filmmaker’s songs — almost always written by lyricist Gulzar — are known to be lyrically rich and he himself is known to be a closet poet.