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    Pooja Hegde to celebrate New Year in London!

    Pooja Hegde, who has been living out of a suitcase since the last couple of months with back to back releases and promotions, has finally decided to take some time off from work and travel to London to bring in the New Year festivity. It has been a busy year for Pooja shooting relentlessly for her movies among other professional commitments.

  • SP to hold talks with opposition parties over EVMs

    Lucknow: Amidst the ongoing debate over Electronic Voting Machines, the Samajwadi Party has decided to hold a meeting to deliberate over the issue with opposition parties next month, a party spokesperson said today.

  • Elphinstone stampede: Woman home guards to manage crowd now

    Mumbai: To avoid a tragedy like the Elphinstone Road stampede, which claimed 23 lives, Western Railway (WR) has roped in personnel of Maharashtra State Security Corporation (MSSC) and woman home guards for crowd management at suburban stations.

  • Reliance Jio to take over mobile biz assets of troubled RCom

    New Delhi: Billionaire Mukesh Ambani today stepped in to bail out younger brother Anil Ambani’s debt- ridden Reliance Communications by acquiring spectrum, tower, optical fiber network and other wireless assets.

  • In pictures: Sushant Singh Rajput-Kriti Sanon are on vacation in Alps

    Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon are alleged couple of Bollywood, they have ignored the romours that both of them are dating. However both of them are in Alps for vacations with friends and the duo took to their respective Instagram handles to share pics from the place.Sushant wrote on Instagram- “And as always, everyone ate too much to jump!! @sharadakarki @tusharjalota @pooj1203 @kritisanon #Dinoo #Guddu Somewhere in #Alps.”

  • Lok Sabha passes Bill that criminalises triple talaq

    New Delhi: The Lok Sabha on Thursday passed a bill that criminalises instant divorce with three years of imprisonment for Muslim husbands after the government rejected an overwhelming demand from the Opposition to refer the legislation to a Parliamentary standing committee for detailed consideration.

  • Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnvais misled people on Mumbai IFSC: Congress

    Mumbai: Days after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley told Lok Sabha that International Financial Services Centre will come up first in Gujarat, the Congress today alleged that Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnvais has misled the state on the prospects of such facility in Mumbai.

  • Sasikala on a ‘vow of silence’ in prison, says Dinakaran

    Bengaluru: Sasikala is on a “vow of silence” in the central prison here since the death anniversary of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on December 5, the deposed AIADMK leader’s nephew T T V Dhinakaran said today.

  • Vishal’s next show will be a visually treat

    Vishal Vashishtha says his forthcoming TV show “Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki” will be entirely shot here to make it look visually appealing to the audience. Set in Kolkata, “Jai Kanhaiya Lal” is a remake of the popular Bengali show “Bhojo Gobindo”.

  • Sarah Paulson wants Cheetah’s role in ‘Wonder Woman 2’

    Sarah Paulson has shown interest in playing the character of Cheetah in the sequel to DC’s “Wonder Woman”. Gal Gadot portrayed the titular role in the Patty Jenkins-directed superhero film. Actors Danny Huston and David Thewlis played her nemesis in the film, which also featured Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen and Robin Wright.

  • Shakira’s struggle with voice continues

    Pop sensation Shakira has once again delayed her world tour until June, following a vocal cord injury she sustained during rehearsals in October. The 40-year-old singer took to social media to announce that she has further postponed her ‘El Dorado’ World Tour, revealing that it will now kick off in June 2018.

  • Mark Wahlberg wants to try his hands at direction

    Mark Wahlberg has hinted he may make his directorial debut next year with a project which details a “true story”. The 46-year-old has had a glittering career as a Hollywood star, and although he has tried his hand at producing a number of projects, he has never sat in the director’s chair on a movie set. He has said he has a project in mind that he would love to direct. And

  • Rohan Sippy to make TV debut

    “Bluffmaster” director Rohan Sippy is debuting in the television space by producing a show titled “Khan No. 1”, which will showcase stories of scams and cons inspired by true events. Actor Rajesh Sharma will also debut on TV with the show.

  • Pallavi Joshi finds short films interesting

    Short films are coming into their own in the growing space of digital entertainment, says actress Pallavi Joshi. She feels the format has carved its own niche without being compared with a feature film, and that is a positive change towards great storytelling. Directed by Heena D’Souza, Pressure Cooker has not only received a positive response on the digital platform, but has also received a nomination at a mainstream awards show.

  • Jacqueline Fernandez says she enjoys being a part of and connect with sequels

    Jacqueline Fernandez, who has featured in franchise films like “Housefull”, “Murder”, “Judwaa” and “Race”, says she really connects with them. Asked about her being a franchise favourite, Jacqueline said, “It has been crazy. From ‘Housefull’, ‘Race’ to ‘Judwaa’… There have been so many franchises that there have been. I really connect with it. It is also very cool to continue being a part of a franchise… It feels really good.”