Tahira Kashyap is all set to mark her Bollywood entry as director with "Sharma Ji Ki Beti." Her film recently was screened at Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival, and received an overwhelming response from the audince, who also gave a standing ovation. The film is the first project of Tahira Kashyap Khuranna, for which she said, "I consciously tell myself to not feel guilty." and signed off with her interview.
An exclusive report confirmed that Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar will soon begin filming Nadiadwala's "Houseful 5". As per sources, the shoot will begin in London. The franchise of Houseful is one of the most anticipated comedy films by Akshay Kumar. While Akshay Kumar is a permanent name in the casting, other actors are yet to be known. In June this year, Akshay announced the film, which is set to release in Diwali 2024.… read-more
Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai were under one roof when they came together to celebrate Diwali at a bash thrown by Manish Malhotra, along with the entire fraternity. A picture of the two hugging each other at the party has gone viral on social media but fans say it’s fake. Meanwhile, on work front, after long anticipation, Salman Khan’s much-awaited biggie … read-more
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Bigg Boss OTT 2 winner Elvish Yadav is being grilled by Noida police in Snake Venom Case. Notably, Yadav and five others were arrested at a rave party and booked for supplying Venom Snake Case. However, Elvish denied all the allegations and is currently out on bail. However, he has been asked to appear before the police and has been interrogated for three hours. A case is under investigation.
After Rashmika Mandanna, Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif turned victim of deepfake video. Notably, the viral deepfake image is from the recently viral towel fight scene from Kaif's upcoming film, Tiger 3. The morphed, AI-generated image showed Katrina in the same pose, as seen in the towel fight sequence, but her outfit was morphed, which is considered to be a vulgar picture. This is the second such deepfake image/video, raising… read-more
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The makers of Sidharth Malhotra, Disha Patani and Raashii Khanna's Yodha shared intriguing posters of the film on Tuesday and also announced the film's new release date. The makers have decided to postpone the official release date of the film for the fourth time. Yodha was earlier scheduled to hit the big screens on December 15, 2023. However, it has now been pushed to March 15, 2024.
Actress Rashmika Mandanna finally spoke about the recently viral deepfake video. Taking to X platform, she said, "I feel really hurt to share this and have to talk about the deepfake video of me being spread online." She called such Ai generated videos scary and expressed concern of misuse. She added, "I am thankful for my family, friends and well wishers who are my protection and support system."
The recent deepfake video of actress Rashmika Mandanna has created turmoil, demanding action and rules for AI generated pictures and videos. In addition to Amitabh Bachchan, Union Minister Rajeev Chandrashekar also expressed concern. On November 6, he asked the platforms to take down any such content that violated the IT rules of India. Reminding IT rules, Rajeev warned strict action and legal penalty for accounts sharing the same.
Urfi Javed invited legal trouble as her fake arrest video went viral, following which the Mumbai Police took action. As per sources, the Mumbai police accused Javed of tarnishing the image of Mumbai Police with the fake video of arrest, which was circulated widely by netizens on social media. The video was viral with caption that Urfi Javed was arrested for her clothes, which was… read-more
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Birthday of Bollywood King Shah Rukh Khan turned an opportunity for thieves, who stole valuables and mobile phones. More than 30 mobile phones of fans gathered outside 'Mannat' yesterday, stolen. The thieves took advantage of the crowd that had gathered there to catch a glimpse of Shah Rukh Khan on his birthday. Case registered at Bandra Police Station, said Mumbai Police. FIRs are registered regarding stolen items.
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