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Jacqueline Fernandez who would be seen donning an action avatar in the film, held a gun for the first time in 'A Gentleman'. 'A Gentleman' is an action comedy that features Sidharth Malhotra and Jacqueline Fernandez. The story revolves around the mistaken identity of Sidharth's Sundar, Susheel character Gaurav and Risky character Rishi. Jacqueline would be playing the role of Kavya a girl who loves thrill and risk. Sidharth Malhotra disclosed details about his co-star Jacqueline Fernandez's action avatar. The actor revealed, "She has done some pretty cool action sequences in the film."

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Filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar said he will put a disclaimer in 'Indu Sarkar', stating that the film, which is set against the backdrop of the Emergency, is mostly fictional. "I am going to put a disclaimer. It will state that the events have been dramatised for the purpose of the film. I have been saying the film is 70 per cent fiction and 30 per cent real. So now, I need to put up a disclaimer," Bhandarkar told reporters.  The filmmaker said due to the controversy, the real story of 'Indu Sarkar' was getting lost. "Let me again say 'Indu Sarkar' is about a husband and wife caught in the throes of the Emergency and it's not a political film. Due to the controversy, the real story is getting drowned," he said.  When asked to comment on the legal notice sent to him by a woman who claims to be Sanjay Gandhi's daughter, Bhandarkar said a formal reply has been sent to her.  The legal notice alleged that the trailer of the film was misleading in its portrayal of the late Congress leader.

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The recently released poster of Bareilly Ki Barfi featuring Kriti Sanon has left the audiences intrigued. The newly released poster showcases Kriti Sanon has her face covered with a book titled Bareilly Ki Barfi leaving the audiences wondering what is Bareilly Ki Barfi. Kriti Sanon, who is playing the role of Bitti with a very unusual name has shared a video capturing multiple audiences reaction on what is Bareilly Ki Barfi?

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After actor Varun Dhawan, filmmaker Karan Johar on Wednesday apologised for his 'nepotism rocks' act at the IIFA Awards 2017 in New Jersey that created a stir on social media last week. Karan, the son of late filmmaker Yash Johar, along with actors Varun and Saif Ali Khan, took a jibe at actress Kangana Ranaut by bringing up the nepotism debate at the awards gala. Later, they received flak on social media with Twitteraties calling their act "disappointing".While Varun apologised for the act on Twitter on Tuesday, Karan said that he also feels that it's talent that rocks and not nepotism."Of course, I don't believe that 'nepotism rocks'. Of course, I believe that only talent rocks. If anything that rocks, it's your talent, hard work and conviction. It's the energy you bring to your job," Karan said in an interview with NDTV news channel.

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She may have mostly played girl-next-door characters in films but actress Shraddha Kapoor said she could never get tired of doing romantic movies. Known for her roles in films like 'Aashiqui 2', 'Ok Jaanu' and 'Half Girlfriend', the 30-year-old actress will be seen in a dark avatar in her upcoming movie 'Haseena Parkar'.

The film is a biopic on underworld don Dawood Ibrahim's sister Haseena, where Shraddha plays the titular role."I don't think I can ever get bored of romantic films and being a part of them. I've had the opportunity to be a part of few romantic films now, where there was a very strong love angle. As someone who loves watching romantic films, I love being a part of them."I would always take up an interesting romantic script. Being an actor, you can't be bored because you get to play so many characters. I cannot remember one instance when I was bored," Shraddha told reporters at the trailer launch of "Haseena Parkar".

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