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Watch Video: Ajay Devgn To Work With This South Actress In Bhuj: The Pride Of India

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Bollywood upcoming film Bhuj: The Pride Of India has almost finalised its full star cast and the latest entry in the film is a south actress Pranitha Subhash.

Pranitha has earlier worked in movies like Porki, Bheema Theeradalli, Attarintiki Daredi, Mass Leader and many more. She has worked in two dozens of movies in South Industry and this would be her first movie in Hindi.

The movie is based on the life of IAF Wing Commander Vijay Karnik, who was the charge of Bhuj Airport during India and Pakistan war in 1971. During that time, the Bhuj Airport airstrip was destroyed but it was reconstructed by IAF’s team along with the help of 300 plus village women. This brave effort was lauded by Indian Air Force.

The film has been written and directed by Abhishek Dudhaiya, which also stars Sanjay Dutt, Rana Daggubati, Sonakshi Sinha, Parineeti Chopra and Ammy Virk in key roles. The film is all set to hit the theaters on August 14 2020.

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Actress Sunny Leone’s ‘masti’ time at the pool with a friend

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Sunny Leone’s ‘masti’ time at the pool with a friend.

Actress Sunny Leone has shared a boomerang video on Instagram where she is seen having “crazy fun” with a friend in the pool.

In the video, Sunny jumps into the pool with her friend. Sunny is seen sporting a black and white monokini.

“Masti…masti…masti with my girl @nuria.contreras (Masti= crazy fun)” she captioned the video, which currently has 492K views.

The actress, who is currently isolating in the US with her family, had recently shared a video where she is seen jumping on a trampoline. In the clip, she is seen wearing a black T-shirt paired with blue jeans.

Sunny will next be seen in “Veeramadevi” and “Koka Kola”.

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Actor Sidharth Malhotra honours Kargil hero Vikram Batra on his 21st death anniversary

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Actor Sidharth Malhotra, who will soon play Kargil hero Vikram Batra on the big screen, has paid a tribute to the martyr on his 21st death anniversary.

“Salute to the Indian army for their undying service to the nation and To our Kargil hero #VikramBatra who laid down his life today, 21 years ago,” Sidharth tweeted on Tuesday.

Sidharth will bring Batra’s story alive in the film “Shershaah”. The film chronicles the story of Captain Vikram Batra, who sacrificed his life for the country in 1999.

The project is special to Sidharth. “If I had the means then the Vikram Batra film would have been produced by me but because it is made on such a massive scale and I am not well equipped (he is not producing it). Maybe in the future (he will produce films),” the “Student of the Year” actor had earlier told IANS.

The Kargil hero was posthumously awarded the Param Vir Chakra, India’s highest war-time gallantry award.

“Everyone knows about his heroic stories from newspapers and articles. When you meet people who have lived with him, his family or have known him personally, you feel an immense kind of pressure. First, you hope to do justice to his personal life and family,” said Sidharth.

“It’s something that is very close to my heart. It’s like a passion project. It’s being directed by Vishnu Varadhan, who is a prolific director from south. He is making his Hindi debut with this film,” he added.

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Filmmaker Anubhav Sinha: Entire discussion after Sushant’s suicide agenda driven

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Anubhav Sinha finds all the clamour around Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide ridiculous. The filmmaker says the everyday drama is disturbing, adding he suspects “some politics” has gotten into the conversation, which started after the news of the young actor’s death.

Sushant’s demise sparked off discussions around a lot of things — from nepotism to the ruthless ways of Bollywood’s power camps to the culture of blind items.

“What is going on is ridiculous. I would allow that young boy to rest. He must have been really disturbed in his head, restless and not at peace at all. I think we should just let him be for some time,” Sinha told IANS while discussing how a blame-game started after Sushant’s death.

“It’s not easy to take your own life and especially when you’re doing rather well. We need to keep quiet but a lot has been spoken about, and I suspect there is some politics that has gotten into it, and that’s not good for anybody — not for the boy at all,” he added.

The filmmaker feels one needs to be sensitive towards Sushant’s family.

“They need to think about him and his family. Every day there is some drama or the other, which is disturbing. I didn’t know him, I never met him, but I am disturbed. He was just 34. I made my first film at 36 and he was younger than that. I personally think that this entire discussion is pretty agenda driven and that is the reason why I don’t want to participate in it,” he added.

On June 14, Sushant was found hanging in his Bandra residence by his domestic help, which left the industry and his fans shocked. He was reportedly battling depression over the past few months and undergoing treatment. Toxic culture of Bollywood and imbalance of power are two things that have been highlighted after his demise.

Sinha admits that there is imbalance of power in Bollywood, but it is not something new.

“In any era, there have been more powerful people than the rest, and I am not only talking about Bollywood. So that is not something new. It is the order of the world that some people have more power than the rest — which according to me is not fine but that is how the world is,” noted the filmmaker.

He added: “Most businesses are so ruthless. It’s about me having the larger market share, me having a better number of stock exchanges. Our business is such that it deals with human beings. So, every product is a human being, it could be a director, an actor, or a DOP.”

“So, while we are a business, we are very vulnerable human beings. We should be kind to each other and we should be mindful of each other, our insecurities and each other’s happiness. There is a place for everyone to be happy,” he concluded on a hopeful note.

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