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  • Sri Reddy, RGV, Ram Gopal Varma, RGV compares Sri Reddy with Rani Lakshmi Bai, Jhansi Ki Rani, Queen of Jhansi, Sri Reddy stripping video, Tollywood, Telugu film industry, casting couch, sexploited, sexual harassment

    RGV compares Sri Reddy with Rani of Jhansi, hails actress for using her body as a ‘weapon’

    After Telugu actress Sri Reddy’s controversial stripping act against Telugu film industry’s work process, the entire nation has now started taking this issue very seriously. Many Tollywood biggies have been criticising Sri Reddy for her alleged allegations on the producers of being sexually exploited by them. Amid all, filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma has compared Sri Reddy with the queen of Jhansi, Rani

  • Ulka Gupta likes challenges

    Ulka Gupta, known for her roles in mythological and historical shows like “Jhansi Ki Rani”, “Veer Shivaji” and “Devon Ke Dev…Mahadev”, says she likes accepting challenges. “From Rani Laxmibai to Goddess Parvati, nothing came easy, the roles were equally challenging. But I like accepting challenges and giving my best shot in each performance,” Ulka said.

  • Woh Apna Sa is my comeback in a positive character: Amit Behl

    Actor Amit Behl is playing the character of Dharmesh, Aditya’s (Ssudeep Sahir’s ) uncle in Siddharth P Malhotra’s newly launched show Woh Apna Sa and he feels this show is a comeback for him in a positive avtaar. Amit is mostly known for his grey characters.

  • I never wanted to be an actor, says Kratika Sengar Dheer

    While many actors on TV have lived and dream about wanting fame, fortune and stardom – there are a few actors who are destined for it. Actress Kratika Sengar Dheer is one such artiste who revealed in a recent interview that she never wanted to be an actor. She said, “I am from Kanpur, where no one around me was an actor, ever wanted to be an actor or was even related

  • Tale of two ‘Iron Ladies’ of India: Rani Laxmi Bai and Indira Gandhi

    Rani Laxmi Bai was the queen of the princely state of Jhansi, located in the northern side of India. She was one of the leading personalities of the first war of India’s Independence, which started in 1857. Commonly known as ‘Jhansi Ki Rani’ her original name was ‘Manikarnika’ who was born in a Maratha family in Varanasi. Her name ‘Laxmibai’ was changed after her marriage to King of Jhansi Gangadhar Rao Newalkar.

  • ‘Shauryagatha’ features battle against terrorism

    BHOPAL: A play titled ‘Shauryagatha’ was staged at Ardhya Preksha Griha on Tuesday under the aegis of Children’s Theatre Academy. The play begins with bloodshed done by terrorists in the country. When the king comes to know, he asks his countrymen to get united to counter the terrorists. The people rise against the terrorists. The terrorists then attack the fort of the King. The King with his army and people, eliminates all

  • Benoy, Badal, Dinesh

    Independence Day 2016: 10 unsung heroes from India’s history

    August 15 is the most historic day for every Indian, either living in India or aborad. On this day Indian’s celebrate free and independent nation. On the eve of 15th August 1947, the Indian flag was unfurled proudly by Jawahar Lal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, at the Red Fort in Delhi. India’s Independence Day is deeply inspirable for everyone. Many people, their families sacrificed themselves for the nation’s

  • Manohar Parrikar

    Parrikar moots the idea for raising all women battalion

    New Delhi : Determined to break the gender barrier in the armed forces, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Tuesday mooted the idea of raising an all women battalion and stationing of women on warships besides opening the doors of the National Defence Academy and Sainik schools for them.

  • ‘Jhansi ki Rani’ Laxmi Bai remembered on her martyrdom day

    Ujjain : Martyrdom day of Rani Laxmi Bai, also known as ‘Jhansi ki Rani’, was observed here in the city on Saturday. Members of Akhil Bhartiya Yuva Brahmin Samaj organised a tribute ceremony at Harifatak square and paid floral tributes to Laxmi Bai who was one of the greatest nationalists of her times.

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