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Bollywood wants stricter laws after brutal death of pregnant elephant in Kerala

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The Kerala Forest department has launched a ‘manhunt’ for those responsible for the death of a 15-year-old pregnant wild elephant, said an official. The elephant had died after being seriously injured by firecrackers hidden in a pineapple. Speaking to IANS Samuel Pachuau, the Wildlife Warden of the Silent Valley National Park, near here said this was a serious crime whosoever was behind it. According to Pachuau, some people had placed firecrackers inside a pineapple and this was eaten by the wild elephant and in the process of chewing the cracker burst and injured the elephant.

Several Bollywood celebrities took to social media to express shock over the inhuman incident where a pregnant elephant was fed with pineapple stuffed with firecrackers in Kerala.

The brutal incident of animal abuse took place in Kerala’s Palakkad district, which resulted in the death of the elephant while standing in a river.

Alia Bhatt wrote: “Terrible just terrible. We need to be their VOICE and coexist!! Is this meant to be some kind of sick joke?? This is heartbreaking.”

Anushka Sharma took to Instagram story and wrote: “This is why we need harsher LAWS against animal cruelty.

Shraddha Kapoor tweeted: “How?????? How can something like this happen??? Do people not have hearts??? My heart has shattered and broken… The perpetrators need to be punished in the STRICTEST way. @PetaIndia @CMOKerala.”

Rajkummar Rao wrote: “This is horrific. @PetaIndia @CMOKerala please take necessary action. We need to find these people and punish them.”

Kriti Kharbanda tweeted: “How is this possible? How does one find the strength to do this? What kind of a sick mind leads to this? We have failed her, her child and humanity! RIP.”

Nimrat Kaur said: “A starving, pregnant elephant trusted the hand that fed her the death of her unborn calf and her. I wish she knew better. The bigger tragedy remains that animals the world over don’t seem to give up on trusting us. Praying they learn their lessons, as I grapple for faith. #Numbed.”

Randeep Hooda wrote: “An act most #inhumane to will fully feed a pineapple full of fire crackers to friendly wild pregnant #Elephant is just unacceptable..strict action should be taken against the culprits sir @vijayanpinarayi @CMOKerala @PrakashJavdekar @moefcc @ntca_india.”

Singer Harshdeep Kaur expressed: “Is it so difficult to co-exist? A pregnant elephant killed by humans… oh wait.. Monsters!”

Pooja Bhatt shared: “We worship Lord Ganesha and kill and abuse elephants. We worship Lord Hanuman and get pleasure out of watching monkeys being chained & performing degrading tricks. We worship and revere female goddesses and resent strength in women,abuse,maim them and practise female infanticide.”

Vidyut Jammwal tweeted: “Will this go on in the NEWWORLD post Corona?? She harmed no one, damaged nothing and yet! Human beings forget humanity while this elephant suffered for no reason. This is not an isolated case and we need to put a hard stop to this.”

Patralekhaa wrote: “These people must be severely punished! So the next time when such sick minds think of committing such horrific acts they shld b scared of d law. Oh you #Elephant all u did was trust the #man, grave grave mistake. May you RIP.”

Producer Ritesh Sidhwani shared: “After enduring the most inhuman act she didn’t harm a single human being or crush any home.She ran in searing pain through the village.Absolutely gutted! May her soul rest in peace & the perpetrators of this horrible crime be brought to justice immediately,” he shared.

“Heartless villagers of Malappuram (#kerala) fed a pregnant elephant a pineapple with firecrackers. She died standing in the river. It takes a unique kind of SICK to do this. RT for the murderers to be jailed,” appealed producer Tanujj Garg.

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Superstar Salman Khan dedicates his latest Insta post to farmers

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Superstar Salman Khan on Tuesday paid respect to all farmers.

On Instagram, Salman has posted a picture that shows him coated in mud.

“Respect to all the farmers,” he captioned the image.

A day ago, Salman, who is currently spending time at his farm in Lonavla, had posted a picture to hail the efforts of farmers.

“Daane daane pe likha hota hai khane wale Ka naam… jai jawan ! jai kissan,” he wrote alongside an image in which Salman is seen surrounded by greenery.

On the film front, Salman will next be seen in “Radhe”, which marks his return with director Prabhudheva after the 2009 film “Wanted” and last year’s “Dabangg 3”.

During the lockdown, Salman has been busy showcasing his singing skills. He released three singles — “Pyaar karona”, “Tere bina”, and “Bhai bhai”.

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Producer Ekta Kapoor to Sushant: We’ll make a wish when we see a shooting star and know it’s you

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Ekta Kapoor bids adieu to Sushant: ‘Odd different genius bon voyage’.

Ekta Kapoor shared an emotional note for late actor Sushant Singh Rajput on Tuesday. Sushant passed away here on June 14, exactly a month ago.

On Tuesday, Ekta shared a few throwback photographs clicked with the late actor on Instagram.

“Rest In Peace sushi!! We will smile and make a wish when we see a shooting star and know it’s u!! Love u forever!!” wrote the producer.

Ekta had launched Sushant as an actor in the Balaji daily soap “Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil”. He later became popular as Manav Deshmukh in another Balaji soap, “Pavitra Rishta”, before foraying into Bollywood.

Sushant’s last Bollywood film “Dil Bechara” is slated to release on an OTT platform on July 24.

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Former Miss World Manushi Chhillar: Painting helps me calm my mind

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Actress and former Miss World Manushi Chhillar has revealed that painting has been one of the earliest passions in her life.

Manushi took to Instagram and shared a few of her paintings.

“I started painting since before I can remember. I have been painting since my childhood days. In fact, I think I was painting much before I started reading,” Manushi said.

For Manushi, painting has always been a therapeutic experience.

“Being someone who has always been shy, I feel like I express myself best through art, especially fine art. It kind of always keeps me centered. It makes me feel much better whenever I feel low or am confused in life. I paint because that somehow helps me channel my creativity in a way which calms my mind and makes me feel more neutral,” she said.

Manushi added that painting has always been this one space where she can “explore” her “mind and its creativity”.

“I think I am my best self when I am painting,” the actress, who made India proud by winning the Miss World crown 17 years after Priyanka Chopra bagged it.

Manushi is a big fan of the iconic painter Raja Ravi Verma, whose paintings are considered priceless today.

She said: “I think his portraits are some of the best. The way he uses oil paint and the textures are quite realistic, like they are photographed. He truly brings out the beauty of a woman in his paintings. I feel he is at his next level.”

On the work front, Manushi is all set to make her Bollywood debut opposite superstar Akshay Kumar in the upcoming film “Prithviraj”.

Directed by Chandraprakash Dwivedi, “Prithviraj” is based on the life of king Prithviraj Chauhan. It stars Akshay as Prithviraj, while Manushi will play the role of the Sanyogita, the love of his life.

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