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Finally, the shoot for the film Thugs of Hindostan has begun in Malta. The whole of the star cast of the film has reached Malta.Bollywood NewsK.R. Mohanan malayalam filmmaker passes away
Noted filmmaker K.R. Mohanan died here on Sunday, his family said. He was 69.Bollywood NewsPriyanka Chopra spends weekend chilling at Malibu
No matter how busy Priyanka Chopra is on her work schedule, she always manages time for travel and now when she is busy shooting for upcoming Hollywood movie A Kid Like Jake, the actress spent her weekend with a small outing.Bollywood NewsPHOTOS: Karisma Kapoor too hot to handle in new vacation pictures
Actress Karisma Kapoor has kept herself off-screen for a long time now, but she has managed to remain connected with her fans via different means. The actress is currently on a vacation to celebrate her birthday and the latest picture posted by her is unbelievably hot and stunning.Bollywood NewsTubelight Box Office Collection: Sparkling figures despite flickering reviews
Sheer stardom is the secret behind 'Tubelight' sparkling figures on the Box Office collection despite flickering reviews which includes comments like 'worst-ever' performance by Salman Khan.Bollywood NewsGovinda to play cameo in Jagga Jasoos
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Sridevi, a renowned actress of Bollywood industry gives credit to her mother for all her success in life.TelevisionChandan Prabhakar back on The Kapil Sharma Show
Comedian Chandan Prabhakar was seen shooting for The Kapil Sharma Show, claiming that he is ready to forgive the host as relationships are bigger than egos.Bollywood NewsB-Town goes gaga over Salman's 'Tubelight'
Salman Khans "Tubelight" might be getting a mixed response from the critics, but it has left celebrities like Preity Zinta, Dia Mirza and Subhash Ghai in awe of it. They feel the heart-warming performances in the Kabir Khan directorial light up the films narrative.Movie Review'Tubelight': Shines but with low voltage
Salman Khan had once said, "Cinema should always be in touch with the soil of the country. My films celebrate the heartland of India." And probably with "Tubelight", he tries to be true to his words. So, he has dedicated the film to the families and friends of soldiers who are left behind to fight their own battles.
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