The first look of Nikhil Adwaini's movie 'D-Day' was revealed in the entertainment capital Mumbai. Lead actors, Irfan Khan, Arjun Rampal, Rishi Kapoor and Huma Qureshi graced the occasion with their presence. Talking on the occasion, filmmaker Advani clarified the reason for choosing this controversial subject for the film. "I am particularly obsessed with the fact that I was 21 years old ...
A look alike of the Korean star 'Psy' had a gala time with top Hollywood celebrities at Cannes. The fake PSY partied with stars such as Naomie Harris and Adrien Brody at a party thrown by luxury jeweller- Chopard, the Sun reported. The man also tried his hands at DJ decks at an event hosted by a Russian oil-magnate and where big names including Trance beauty Rosario Dawson were present. A ...
There's no ill-will between singer John Mayer's former girlfriends Taylor Swift and Katy Perry. Swift dated Mayer from 2009 to 2010 while Perry has been in an off-and-on relationship with him since last year, reports entertainmentwise.com Indeed, Swift and Perry's friendship was on display on social networking platform Twitter. Perry changed the lyrics of Swift's song "I knew you were ...
George Michael, who fell out of his Range Rover while travelling as a passenger at 70mph on a motorway, did not throw himself from his Range Rover on purpose, a pal of the singer has insisted. The star was rushed to a hospital after getting serious head injury last week. It was rumoured that the 49-year-old, who has battled drugs and depression, may have jumped from the vehicle in order to ...
Prince Harry dubbed himself the "Ginger Queen" in a bowling match against Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia on Friday. The 28-year-old royal, who snuck with Imbruglia into a bowling alley to have some fun, mocked his own strawberry-blond hair when he inputted 'Ginger Queen' as his name on the electronic scoreboard, the Daily Star reported. Later Sam Branson, 27, playboy son of billionaire ...
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Singer Taylor Swift likes to wear clothes which exude style, but still don't restrict her movement on stage. The 23-year-old, who is on Red World Tour, looks for smart yet practical clothes, reports femalefirst.co.uk. "For performance, I'm not only looking for something that looks cool in front of 20,000 people but it's also about the functionality of it, can I run around in it? Can I throw my ...
Actress Amanda Seyfried feels she looked better with bigger breasts, but she says she had to lose a bit of overall weight for her Hollywood journey. "I looked way better when I was 15. I had beautiful huge breasts and then I came to Hollywood and I was like, 'I got to lose weight. I got to look thin and fit.' And I lost them a little bit," femalefirst.co.uk quoted the 27-year-old. Seyfried ...
Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston is ready to perform a striptease act in her forthcoming film "We're The Millers". The 44-year-old plays a drug smuggling lap dancer in the comedy film, directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, reports thesun.co.uk The star cast also includes Emma Roberts, Ed Helms and Jason Sudeikis. The film will hit screens in Britain Aug ...
East-Asia-Intel.com NEW DELHI -- It's a toss-up what's of more concern to India's 1.2 billion people -- border disputes with China or the arrests on bribery charges of stars of India's most popular sport, the old British game of cricket. India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh mingled firmness with smiles in a summit this week with China's Premier Li Keqiang that ...
JADE Holland's boots were made for something much more than walking. It didn’t take long before the world caught on to the North’s best kept country music secret after the singer, 23, was signed to a UK-based record label this week, launching her onto a worldwide platform.Thumbprint Music offered the Townsville-based star a six-year deal after they discovered her on ...
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The Information and Broadcasting Minister , Manish Tewari, has blamed the opposition for the Governments inability to pass the Food Security Bill, which would have helped the country's poor. He was speaking during his visit to Odisha.
Manish Tewari said that the bill was " so ambitious and breathtaking" in its very conception and would provide food security to 67 percent of the people of this country, including the poorest of the poor, the marginalised, the weakest. Rice would have been provided at Rs. 2 a kg, wheat at Rs. 3 a kg, maize at Rs. 1 a kg . But the bill has been sacrificed at the altar of political opportunism. "Can there be a bigger travesty of both politics and policy in this country?" questioned Manish Tewari.
Commoners like Padma Singh, a mother of five children in a village in Odisha, is struggling to feed her children, she said subsidised food would have helped her sustain her family.
Padma said, "We are very poor and cannot have a proper meal. My family survives by eating only rice and boiled potato, as we cannot afford lentils. The cost of rice in the open market is 20 rupees per kilogram. We do not have a below poverty line card as well, so we cannot access subsidized food," she said. ...
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