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Compiled by Anoop Kumar
03/15/2018

(This article is sponsored by Monique Kornfeld, Esq.)

Alia Bhatt who is going to turn 25 on 15th March is going to spend her day shooting. Alia is busy filming Ayan Mukerji's action-adventure, 'Brahmastra', in Bulgaria with Ranbir Kapoor. t's a hectic schedule so she can't afford a day off but there will definitely be a celebration on set.  Karan Johar was planning to go for Alia's birthday but he won't be able to because his mother turns 75 on Sunday and Karan is planning a big party for his mother.

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Aamir Khan has made his debut on the popular photo-sharing networking site with his first post being the picture of his mother.  Bollywood actor Aamir Khan joined Instagram on the occasion of his birthday, treating his audience on the social media platform.  The actor over a series of 9 posts, uploaded a collage merging to be an image of his mother, Zeenat Hussain.  As a shoutout to his birth-giver, Aamir sharing the first pictorial insight to his life presented the picture of his mother. 

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Team Loveratri has wrapped their first schedule in Baroda and are now moving to Ahmedabad to kickstart their second schedule. Loveratri starring debutants Aayush Sharma and Warina Hussain, is set against the backdrop of Gujarat and the onscreen couple's love story unfolds over the span of the festival of Navratri. The makers took to their social sharing a happy picture of the entire crew along with Aayush captioning, "#Loveratri ka Baroda schedule ka wrap hai! Ab jaayenge next - Ahmedabad @aaysharma @Warina_Hussain.

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She may be more cautious about her next Hindi film, but Mohenjo Daro star Pooja Hedge has signed three plum projects with top stars Prabhas, Mahesh Babu and Jr NTR in Telugu. The actor said she was getting offers from south earlier also but she could not do it as she was contractually bound for two years during the shoot of Mohenjo Daro.

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Sridhar Rangayan's "Evening Shadows", a film on how a mother-son's bond is put to the test when the son tells the mother he is gay, has won a 'Free To Be Me' Award at the Roze Filmdagen, a LGBTQ film festival in Amsterdam. The film's makers have received a cash award of 1,000 euros by Hivos, a Dutch organisation that has been a front-runner in supporting innovative and impactful development programmes for over 50 years, read a statement. The jury citation for the award reads: "The power of film is that it can tell stories and reach audiences that are otherwise hard to reach. By focusing on the clash of traditions and strict family rituals with the actual human relationships behind them, this movie breaks important boundaries in a country where LGBTQ people still face dire challenges, both legal and cultural.

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