Actor-turned-politician Manoj Tiwari praised Muntashir’s decision to revise the dialogues. He further said,“I haven’t seen the movie, but I heard that some dialogues are inappropriate. Manoj Muntashir, who has written them, has already announced changing those lines from the film and I truly respect his choice." Meanwhile, Muntashir shared his view and said, "Out of the 4000 lines he wrote in Adipurush, people’s sentiments were hurt by just 5… read-more
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The recent act of the Delhi Police on the protesting wrestlers at Jantar-Mantar has created a ruckus in the national capital. The visuals of the wrestlers being dragged and detained, brutally are all over social media platforms. Besides netizens, who slammed the BJP and Police, political parties like AAP, Congress, BRS and RJD also questioned police's behaviour, towards wrestlers who demanded action against Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, the WFI… read-more
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Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut, who often grabs headlines for her Instagram stories and remarks on various topics, has took to social media to share a news article about Elon Musk. She said, "I’ll say what I want, and if the consequences of that are losing money, so be it." The statement was referred to anti-nationals statement, which left her losing Rs 30-40 crores. The actress will be seen in "Emergency".
Courtesy: The Economic Times
A political row erupted between the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the BJP over 'snooping' allegations against Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia. BJP said, the AAP formed Feedback Unit for political intelligence gathering and demanded a CBI probe. However, the AAP denied the allegations and said the BJP allegations and cases are "politically motivated". Furthermore, AAP said "the whole country knows political spying is done by Modi not Manish Sisodia… read-more
Former Gujarat CM Vijay Rupani sent legal notices to Congress leaders for accusing him of involvement in a ₹500 crore land scam. In addition, Rupani has sent the legal notice after returning from the US, demanding apologies for levelling baseless allegations. ''I am giving them 15 days time to come with proofs and evidence of the Rs 500 crore corruption or else apologise,'' stated Rupani.
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A joint analysis by the Association of Democratic Reforms and National Election Watch has revealed that nearly 25% of newly elected MLAs in the TN Assembly Elections have criminal charges against them. Reportedly, out of 224 MLAs, 57 have cases registered against them including those of murder. Interestingly, the ratio of stained representatives increased significantly against the past assembly election mark of 19% with 42 MLAs having cases… read-more
Courtesy: The New Indian Express