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This is why Neena Gupta wants no one to wish Pritish Nandy even a Happy Birthday

Pritish Nandy 'stole' Masaba's birth certificate and printed in his magazine without Neena Gupta's permission

Pulwama attack: Ajay Devgn announces that his upcoming movies ‘Total Dhamaal’ will not be released in Pakistan

Many from the industry have come forward to help the armed forces
Mallika Dua

“People die everyday”: Mallika Dua’s deranged rant against people showing solidarity to Pulwama martyrs

Dua claimed that she is being stopped from living her normal life by 'performative patriots'.

Activists protest against Mamata Banerjee as film ‘Bhobishyoter Bhoot’ is removed from cinema halls for being critical of the West Bengal CM

Anik Dutta in the past had criticised the 'excessive' use of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's posters in and around the film fest venues and had argued that the film personalities should get more limelight during such events. 

Pulwama attack: T-series unlists song by Pakistan singer Atif Aslam’s song

The outrage against Pakistan in India is high following the ghastly terror attack in Pulwama

Down with swine flu, Shabana Azmi and Javed Akhtar to give Karachi conference a miss in ‘solidarity with CRPF martyrs’

It would surely seem that the primary reason for Javed Akhtar and Shabana Azmi cancelling their engagement was more owing to their health rather than their respect for our fallen heroes of Pulwama

Navjot Sidhu sacked from Kapil Sharma Show after his shameful comments on Pulwama attack

Sidhu's non-stop praising of Pakistan and his going out of the way to hug General Bajwa during his visit in November was even criticised by his own Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh. 
Rahul Gandhi wins in My Name is RaGa

Meet the Director of the movie ‘My Name Is RaGa’, teaser of which is winning the internet

The movie is written and directed by Rupesh Paul, a Malayali filmmaker who has a very interesting repository of movies to his credit.

Pallavi Ghosh does a Rahul Gandhi while talking about Uri box office collection and Twitter can’t stop laughing

News18 journalist trolled for wrong box office number in her tweet.

“How’s the josh?” asks PM Modi at the inauguration of the National Museum of Indian Cinema in Mumbai

"How's the josh?", asked Modi and the audience replied with an enthusiastic "High Sir".

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