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Did Farhan Akhtar lose a film?
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Did Farhan Akhtar lose a film?

Farhan was apparently offered a film, but the makers changed their decision to cast him at the last minute Farhan Akhtar will be next seen in debutant director Ranjit Tiwari’s Lucknow Central. The actor is playing a singer in the film. However , if ... catchnews.com, 17 hours ago

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Sahara Samay English

A journey to the roots

Lion English (U/A) Director: Garth Davis Cast: Dev Patel, Rooney Mara, Nicole Kidman, David Wenham, Sunny Pawar Lion is based on Saroo Brierley's touching memoir A Long Way Home that tells of the author's struggles in tracing his Indian roots. Saroo spends ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Patchy period drama  Deccan Herald1 day ago 'Lion': An emotionally powerful film (IANS Review, Rating: ***1/2)  Business Standard2 days ago 'Rangoon': An impressively immersive film  Sahara Samay English1 day ago
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Manipur election: Rebels cast shadow on PM Modi’s campaign visit

A five-year-old conglomerate of insurgent groups in Manipur has called for a shutdown in the state to ensure Prime Minister Narendra Modi has no listeners while campaigning for the BJP in Imphal on Saturday.
 MSN India1 day ago

The many sides of human mind

Split English (U/A) Cast: James McAvoy, Haley Lu Richardson, Anya Taylor-Joy Director: M Night Shyamalan Three girls are locked up in a windowless room by a mysterious man (McAvoy) having multiple identity disorder — 23 personalities in all. Outside, he ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago 'Split': Seriously Contrived (IANS Review, Rating: *1/2)  Business Standard2 days ago 'Split': Far better than Shyamalan's recent films (Review)  Business Standard2 days ago

Romeo and his escapades

Srinivasa Kalyana Kannada (A) Cast: M G Srinivas, Nikhila Suman, Kavitha Gowda, HG Dattatreya, Achyut Kumar, Priyanka Rao, Vidya Venkataram Director: M G Srinivas Written and directed by M G Srinivas, who plays the title role, Srinivasa Kalyana is a ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
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BMC Election 2017: Blame Shiv Sena-BJP acrimony for a predictably fragmented mandate, no clear majority

The percentage of votes cast in the BMC polls on Tuesday indicates that there may not be any drastic change in the leadership of the civic body, though there is a strong possibility of a fragmented mandate. The post BMC Election 2017: Blame Shiv Sena-BJP ...
 First Post.com4 days ago Ranveer, John, Anushka & other B-town celebs cast their vote for BMC election  Glamsham4 days ago THESE 9 Bollywood celebs CAN'T cast a vote in the BMC Elections, here's why!  DNA4 days ago BMC polls: Politicians, civilians throng polling booths to exercise their franchise  India Today4 days ago
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PIX: Shah Rukh Khan, Anushka, Ranveer cast their vote

Bollywood celebrities stepped out to cast their vote on February 21 for the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Elections 2017. They went back and made sure to share pictures on social media and request people to vote too. A look at their pictures showing off their inked fingers: Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar Shah Rukh Khan headed to the polling booth near his home in Bandra, a posh western suburb of Mumbai, and got inked. Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar Arbaaz Khan escorts his father ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Arbaaz Khan, Salim Khan, Gulzar and others celebs cast their vote - Picture Gallery  Glamsham4 days ago Shah Rukh Khan gets inked! - News  Glamsham4 days ago BMC elections 2017: Shah Rukh Khan casts his vote  Business Standard4 days ago
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UP Election 2017: 61 percent voter turnout in fourth phase of polling

Sixty-one percent of the nearly 2 crore voters on Thursday turned to cast their votes in phase four of Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. The post UP Election 2017: 61 percent voter turnout in fourth phase of polling appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com2 days ago Over 61 per cent voting in phase 4 of UP assembly polls  Rediff.com2 days ago "Eighteen assembly constituencies have been identified  DNA3 days ago 61% voting in UP fourth phase polls  Mathrubhumi2 days ago
Bollywood Hungama

Varun Dhawan gets trolled for his tweet, deletes it later

Yesterday saw many of the Mumbaikars going to the polling booth to cast their precious votes in the BMC elections. On the other hand, there were many others who returned back ‘inkless’… we mean... without voting as their names were not there on the ...
 Bollywood Hungama3 days ago Varun Dhawan not allowed to vote as name missing from voter list  DNA4 days ago Varun Dhawan could not vote  Rediff.com4 days ago BMC polls: Varun Dhawan not allowed to vote  Sify4 days ago
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Business Standard

BMC polls: BJP leader not allowed to vote as name missing from voter list

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Shaina NC on Tuesday was not allowed to cast vote in the 2017 Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) polls as her name was missing from the voter list.Shaina, who came to cast her vote on a bicycle, with Prime Minister ...
 Business Standard4 days ago #BMCElections: BJP leader Shaina NC rides bicycle to polling both; casts vote  DNA4 days ago
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