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    Just like ‘Sanju and Kamli’, here are 7 Bollywood celebrities with not so famous friends

    After the release of Rajkumar Hirani’s epic biopic on Sanjay Dutt titled ‘Sanju’, the film has led to garner more and more attention on the extended personalities to Dutt. The blockbuster flick has received a positive response at the box office. According to critical reviews, the most applauding part of Sanju is the friendship of Sanjay Dutt with bestie Paresh Ghelani which has been portrayed by the

  • Maanayata Dutt is chilling and relaxing in a pool with kids Iqra and Shahraan

    Last week, we had reported that Sanjay Dutt along with his family and best friend Paresh Ghelani has taken off for a vacation to Singapore. The actor, who was in the midst of shooting Prasthanam and portions of Kalank, decided to take off on a short break.

  • 5 Smart Tips to Pull Off the Stacked Earring Trend

    Earrings always look pretty and they look even prettier when a girl wears it. Have you ever heard of the proverb, “The more the merrier”? This proverb makes more sense when it comes to wearing multiple earrings at one go. This trend of wearing multiple earrings is called stacked earrings trend. Wearing stacked earrings is in fashion, but if you have never followed this trend before, you might not want to

  • Trans men audition for Scarlett Johansson’s roles in parody video

    Los Angeles: A group of trans men have teamed up to star in a parody video which features them mock-auditioning for cisgender roles that actor Scarlett Johansson played in her career. The parody video comes in response to the controversial casting of Johansson as a trans man in the upcoming film “Rub & Tug”, which will be directed by Rupert Sanders.

  • Anushka Sharma to get a wax statue at Madame Tussauds with this SPECIAL feature

    Anushka Sharma is at a very great place personally and professionally and we can’t help but feel elated for her. She becomes yet another Bollywood celeb to be zeroed in by Madame Tussauds for a statue in their museum in Singapore. Not just this, Anushka’s statue will have a special interactive feature which only Oprah Winfrey, Christiano Ronaldo and Lewis Hamilton’s statues have. In fact, hers will be the first wax statue

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    I would stay away from projects that objectify women: Ali Zafar

    New Delhi: Amid allegations of sexual harassment, Pakistani singer-actor Ali Zafar says he would like to stay away from films or songs that involve objectification of women. Ali refused to comment on the ongoing legal battle with singer Meesha Shafi, who accused him of sexual harassment in April on social media, as the “matter is subjudice”.

  • Hrithik-Sussanne, Karisma-Sunjay: 10 Bollywood divorces that became talk of the town

    Divorce and separation hit hard. It not only affects the person involving but also to their families. A celebs personal life especially Bollywood celebs life is one where people are more interested in. Their divorce becomes people’s breakfast table conversation. But that’s not the only price these celebs have to pay. They literally have to pay a huge price. Here we see these 10 most expensive divorces in Bollywood which will shock

  • ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ author can’t wait to see Hindi remake

    Mumbai: John Green, the author of the international bestseller, ‘The Fault in Our Stars which was later made into a Hollywood blockbuster, has expressed his keen desire to watch the official Hindi remake of his story that has been titled “Kizie Aur Manny” and stars Sushant Singh Rajput.

  • Breast is best: Pamela Anderson writes to UN

    Los Angeles: As US President Donald Trump’s administration officials opposed a breastfeeding resolution of the World Health Organisation (WHO), actress Pamela Anderson on behalf of PETA wrote a letter to UN stating the importance of breastfeeding for newborns.

  • On This Day in History: July 11, 2006 – Series of bomb blasts in Mumbai local trains killed 147 and injured 439

    On this day, July 11, in the year 2006, a series of bomb blasts in local trains led to death of 147 people. The gruesome incident involved seven synchronised blasts and also injured 439 people.  The blasts, which took place between 6 pm to 6:30 pm, also brought the lifeline of Mumbai i.e. local trains to halt. Coincidently, the blasts were preceded by five grenade attacks in Srinagar earlier in the day,

  • Instagram begins question-answer option in ‘Stories’

    San Francisco: Facebook-owned photo-messaging app Instagram has started the “ability to ask questions” in its “Stories” feature that would give users the liberty to respond to questions posted in “Stories” in detail.

  • Justice to Indian LGBT long overdue: Celina Jaitly

    Mumbai: Actress Celina Jaitly says justice to the Indian LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) community is long overdue, and that the law must put an end to the legal platform that segregates the community from others.

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    Section 377: Indian entertainment industry is ruled by homosexual people, says Mahika Sharma

    Actress Mahika Sharma has extended her support to the LGBT community and demanded to scrap of section 377 of the IPC that criminalises homosexuality. Mahika, who is set to make her Bollywood debut soon, said that many popular superstars from the Indian entertainment industry “enjoy” with same-sex partners. She even said that men these days prefer same sex more, which is not

  • Julianne Moore in talks to join ‘Woman in the Window’

     Los Angeles: Julianne Moore is in negotiations to star in “The Woman in the Window”, with Amy Adams in the lead. According to The Hollywood Reporter, if things go well, Moore will play the mother of a young boy, who moves in across the street.