The unofficial king of controversies, Kapil Sharma might have to pay a heavy price for his behaviour, as reports suggest that he may be facing a considerable cut to his salary.
After the mid-air scuffle between Kapil Sharma and his co-comedian Sunil Grover, which eventually led to several of Sharma's co-performers quitting The Kapil Sharma Show, the TRPs of the show fell fast.
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The standard stereotype of a star kid is a lazy youth handed opportunities with a silver spoon, however for Bollywood star Shahid Kapoor's younger brother Ishaan Khatter, even 64 takes in the mud is all in a day's work.
Ishaan is making his debut with legendary Iranian director Majid Majidi's film Beyond The Clouds, which is based on a brother-sister relationship. Playing the role of Ishaan's sister is Malayali actress Malavika Mohanan.
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With a surge in 4G adoption in the country, Reliance Jio has replaced Huawei as the most favoured 4G/LTE data card vendor (in terms of market share/unit shipments) in the second half of financial year 2016-2017."Market share of Reliance Jio grew from 12 per cent in first half to 77 per cent in the second half due to free data services along with comparatively lower price of its Mi-Fi data cards," said Shipra Sinha, Lead Analyst, Industry Intelligence and Channels Research Practices, CyberMedia Research,...
While travelling is fun but packing jewellery can be cumbersome. Disposable plates, buttons are some of the elements that can be used to save your jewellery and time, suggest experts.
Manju Kothari, Creative Director at Entice and Shehzad Zaveri, Creative Director at Minawala (jewellery brands) have listed few tricks that could work wonders: * Disposable plates: The plastic disposable plates can be used to insert your earrings and studs. Wrapped in a plastic pouch, they are super accessible to...
Hero of countless 'No.1 movies' famously known for his comedy and pairing with director David Dhawan, Govinda has faded from the current Bollywood scene in recent times, focusing more on the launch of his daughter Tina Ahuja.
In good news for Govinda fans, he will appear in a brief cameo role in the Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif starrer Jagga Jasoos. Govinda's look has been leaked and he looks completely different from his usual cheerful self.
View the first look of Govinda below:
Chocolate boy of Bollywood, Ranbir Kapoor's first production Jagga Jasoos co-starring Katrina Kaif has already released two songs, with both topping music charts, and the third song Jhumritalaiyya seems well on its way to becoming a chart topper as well! Within 24 hours of its release, Jhumritalaiyya has crossed 2 lakh views.
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Set in the background of the beautiful Darjeeling, the song Jhumritalaiyya shows how Ranbir...
Doctored JNU Videos: Delhi Govt Plans To File Case Against TV Channels
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March 4 , 2016 , 10:51 IST
The Delhi government is contemplating to file a case against TV channels for allegedly doctoring videos of the controversial Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) event on February 9.
The Aam Aadmi Party led-government has earlier sent the magisterial probe report on the JNU row to its legal team to examine whether any action could be taken on the basis of it.
The probe did not find any evidence of JNU Students' Union president Kanhaiya Kumar raising anti-India slogans at a controversial event in the university, the allegation based on which he was slapped with sedition charge by police.
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"Government has sent the fact-finding report prepared by the New Delhi DM to its legal team. The legal team will examine whether action, if any, can be taken on the basis of the report," a senior government official said.
Sources said AAP government may also consider criminal action against those news channels which had aired doctored footage related to the controversial event on February 9.
According to the report, anti-national slogans were shouted at the campus and JNU administration has already identified a "few faces" who were "clearly" heard raising them.
The magisterial probe report said their whereabouts must be found out and their role must be investigated.
The report said "nothing adverse" could be found against Kumar and that no witness or video was available to support the allegation against the varsity's students' union president. Kumar was granted interim bail for six months in the case by the Delhi High Court yesterday.
It said seven videos of the event were sent to a Hyderabad-based forensic laboratory and three out them were found to be doctored, including a clipping of a news channel.