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Compiled by Anoop Kumar
05/10/2018

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

Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna have been issued a legal notice for auctioning the naval uniform that the actor wore in 2016 film 'Rustom' as they have "played with the sentiments" of those serving in different armed forces. Besides Akshay and Twinkle, the notice has also been served to auction house SaltScout, which has put out the naval officer uniform for online bidding. Till Wednesday, the highest bid offered for the uniform was Rs 2,35,000. The auction closes on May 26. 
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The journey of Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja's wedding seems to be a dreamy affair in Mumbai.  The celebrations began Sunday evening with guests turning up at Anil Kapoor's residence sporting their traditional best. Both the bride-to-be and the groom-to-be were all smiles as they twined in pink. After days of lavish ceremonies and celebrations, Bollywood diva Sonam Kapoor tied the wedding knot with long-term beau Anand Ahuja. The couple got married according to Sikh rituals. 
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Tis the season of marriages! After Anushka - Virat, and Sonam - Anand's marriage, there is another Bollywood couple who got married today. Bollywood actress Neha Dhupia tied the nuptial knot with her best friend Angad Bedi. The couple shared the news on social media. While making the announcement on Twitter, Neha wrote, "Best decision of my life.. today, I married my best friend. Hello there, husband! @Imangadbedi ❤️". 
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Having returned to the French Riviera for the 71st Cannes Film Festival , Huma Qureshi has chosen to make Indian designers' names part of the whispers that fill the red carpet. After having sported a white Varun Bahl creation at the festival's India Pavilion inauguration ceremony , Qureshi will slip into designs crafted by Manish Malhotra and Falguni & Shane Peacock for the upcoming events on the international shore. Celebrity stylist Mohit Rai, the man behind her Cannes turns tells mid-day that they were conscious in picking Indian names for her look.
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Veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan believes that Indian cinema lacks behind when it comes to preserving materials related to filmmaking. "It is the factor of documentation that attracts me... And I reiterate again and again... There is complete absence of any kind of documentation, existing in the largest film industry of the world," Amitabh wrote on his blog. "And when effort is made, it needs to be encouraged - not because it is conditioned to my visuals, but should be there for the entire industry, their achievements and contribution to this immense work force; their ideas and thoughts and commendations," he added.
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