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    Shiv Sena attacks BJP over treatment to allies

    Mumbai: Slamming the BJP over “ill-treatment” of its alliance partners, the Shiv Sena said today the branding of old allies as sworn enemies is “disgusting and sickening”.

  • Modi govt. ‘name changer’ not ‘game changer’: Congress

    New Delhi : Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha, Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday said under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Centre has changed the names of all the schemes, launched under the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government after 1985 and presented as their own.

  • Ram Kapoor eager to shoot with Rani

    Ram Kapoor, host of “Comedy High School”, says the team is looking forward to having actress Rani Mukerji as a special guest on the show.”The entire cast is a huge fan of the talented Rani Mukerji and are looking forward to welcome her on the show. We are sure it will be a full-on entertaining episode,” Ram said.

  • Dwayne Johnson working on a game series

    Actor-producer Dwayne Johnson will soon be seen in “The Titan Games” series.He is also attached to the project as a producer. NBC has given a 10-episode order to “The Titan Games”, an unscripted programme from Johnson and Dany Garcia. The show is in a new athletic-competition format from Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions, Arthur Smith’s A. Smith & Co., and Universal Television Alternative Studios, reports

  • Margot Robbie didn’t want to play lead

    In a career of almost six years, “I, Tonya” has marked the first time that actress Margot Robbie has played the lead. She says she was always hesitant about it. The biographical sports drama “I, Tonya” features Robbie as real-life figure skater Tonya Harding and her connection to the 1994 attack on her rival Nancy Kerrigan.

  • Don’t misunderstand ‘Daas Dev’ as political drama: Sudhir Mishra

    Filmmaker Sudhir Mishra says he does not want people to misunderstand his forthcoming film “Daas Dev” as a political drama. The film follows a path contrary to the plot of the classic novel “Devdas” and is set against the backdrop of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Gold Teaser: Akshay Kumar plays Bengali coach, wanting to bring gold medal for India

    Akshay Kumar is all set for his upcoming movie ‘PadMan’ but before that his new venture ‘Gold’ movie teaser is out. The teaser looks quite impressive and after watching it once you will ask for more. The movie is a sports biopic based on the life of hockey player Balbir Singh SRM who was on the team that won the first Olympic medal for India post-Independence in 1948. Akshay Kumar is playing

  • ‘An Ode To Karni Sena’ is a new satirical video by AIB taking on Karni Sena and the politicians

    YouTube channel AIB is majorly famous for the humorous content they share on the channel and now after a long time AIB has raised a serious issue which took place recently in the 2.38-minute video, the issue is that when Karni Sena attacked a school bus by throwing stones on it in Gurugram. School children were there in the bus and this heinous act of protest was condemned by many people.

  • Terror suspect arrested in Lucknow

    Lucknow: The Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) of the Uttar Pradesh police arrested a terror suspect here on Monday, officials said.

  • You may have forgotten Lucky Ali, but here is his beautiful daughter Tasmiyah, the next generation of talent

    Lucky Ali is away from Bollywood since a very long time and his presence in the industry is zero. The singer has not sung any song for any movie since a long time. However, recently actress Nafisa Ali shared a picture of Lucky Ali with daughter Tasmiyah. Nafisa Ali shared a couple of pictures with Lucky Ali over the weekend from Goa also posted a video of Tasmiyah singing while strumming a

  • AIMPLB to decide strategy on triple talaq at Hyderabad meet

    Hyderabad: With the Narendra Modi government determined to go ahead with the passage of triple talaq bill in Parliament, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) will decide its future course of action on the issue at its crucial meeting here this week.