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    ‘Commando 2’ will surprise audience with its action: Vidyut Jammwal

    Mumbai: After winning hearts in actioner ‘Commando’, now actor Vidyut Jammwal is back with his new upcoming Bollywood flick ‘Commando 2: The Black Money Trail’, claiming that the audience must gear up for plenty of action-packed sequences as the kind of action in this movie has never been seen before in our country.

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    How Sunny Leone beat the bullies…

    Who will not be left impressed by the grace and dignity with which Sunny Leone accepts her past? Speaking about becoming an adult film actor, she reveals in a recent interview that after school she went to college ad wanted to be a paediatric nurse. But later she moved into a different business.

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    Age only adds to his charm!

    Veteran actor Liam Neeson, who has impressed movie lovers worldwide with his work in films like “Schindler’s List” and “Taken”, says today’s generation prefers replacing the “older items” to “repairing them”. And it worries him.

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    Jimmy Kimmel, Matt Damon feud continues

    TV personality Jimmy Kimmel, who will be hosting the 89th Academy Awards on Sunday, has vowed to “keep his ‘longtime frenemy’ and actor-producer Matt Damon offstage.” Damon’s film “Manchester by the Sea” is up for the best picture Oscar but he might have trouble collecting the trophy if the movie wins, as the 49-year-old popular talk show host has no plans to drop the pair’s long-standing infamous feud anytime soon, according to

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    Martin Scorsese can’t make movies like a Hollywood filmmaker

    Oscar-winning director Martin Scorsese says he does not think he could make it as a “Hollywood filmmaker” because his success comes from making movies “in the margins”. Scorsese feels like a “thief” with his success because he has “got away with” making movies that were influenced by his upbringing in New York’s Lower East Side, reported Female First.

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    ‘Done and dusted’ …says Kangana about her feud with Hrithik Roshan

    Actress Kangana Ranaut says that her much publicised battle with Hrithik Roshan over their alleged love affair, is a thing of the past now and that the chapter is “done and dusted” for her. The two stars’ tussle started when Kangana hinted at Hrithik being her “silly ex” during an interview last year.

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    Bharti Singh excited to tie the knot by the end of 2017

    Mumbai: Popular comedian Bharti Singh says she is excited to get married by the end of this year and is looking forward to all the ceremonies which will happen during her marriage. Bharti says she wants to enjoy her wedding with all the hustle bustle along with her would be husband, Haarsh Limbhachiyaa. “I am very excited for the wedding but more so for all the ceremonies, like ‘mehandi’ and ‘sangeet’. I

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    If I was home, I’d definitely be voting: Priyanka Chopra

    Los Angeles: Actress Priyanka Chopra has said she would have exercised her right to vote in the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections if she was in the country. The 34-year-old, who is currently filming the TV series “Quantico” in the US, took to Twitter urging fellow citizens to go out and do their bit.

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    Don’t bother about what others think of my decision: Anushka Sharma

    Mumbai: She has achieved a lot in her nine-year-long career — be it working with Bollywood’s top most actors or launching her own production house — and actress Anushka Sharma says it is because her decisions are not influenced by what others think. The 28-year-old star says she has always “followed her instincts” and done what she felt was right for her.

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    In pics: First look of Ranbir Kapoor as Sanjay Dutt, movie set to release in Christmas 2017

    The chocolate boy of Bollywood industry Ranbir Kapoor is leaving no chance to look like Sanjay Dutt, Ranbir Kpaoor is playing Sanjay Dutt in Sanjay Dutt’s biopic and he is working hard for it. Ranbir Kapoor and Paresh Rawal, who play Sanjay and Sunil Dutt were spotted shooting for the film in the suburbs of Mumbai.

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    These B-tow celebs aren’t voting today and they have a good reason to Not Vote!

    Today, Mumbai residents will vote for their candidates in the upcoming BMC (Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation) elections. As per the rules, all the political parties have now stopped campaigning for their respective candidates. Many of the offices have declared a holiday today so that everyone can go and exercise their right to vote. Time and again, the government has urged people to vote.