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Bollywood Baatein

Compiled by Anoop Kumar
11/08/2018

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

There was once a time when parties at the Bachchan household, particularly during Holi, was among the most talked about bash in Bollywood, matching up to late Raj Kapoor’s parties. With newer stars, things have changed and while many stars have been hosting Diwali parties, for the Bachchans, it was a quiet Diwali, at home with family, puja and some sparklers.

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Bollywood actress Radhika Apte expresses her happiness over the upcoming Critics' Choice Short Film Awards. While the actress is ruling the year with her back to back successes at the box office as well as the digital platform, Radhika Apte is glad that short films are winning accolades and awards like full-length features. The actress created a rage amongst the audience with her sensational short film 'Ahalya' directed by Sujoy Ghosh. After impressing the audience with her sensual act in 'Ahalya', Radhika Apte further garnered immense appreciation for other short films in varied languages.
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Akshay Kumar never fails to impress with the characters he plays or the films he chooses to do. Once again the actor is coming with Mission Mangal, which is a joint production Akshay Kumar's production house Cape of Good Films and Fox Star Studios. Recently Akshay's production house Cape of Good Films and Fox Star Studios have signed a three-movie deal and Mission Mangal will be the first film under the joint production.  Akshay Kumar took to social media and shared the details and also introduced the cast of the film. Mission Mangal has an ensemble cast of Sharman Joshi, Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu, Sonakshi Sinha, Kirti Kulhari, and Nithya Menon.

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Over a month since the #MeToo movement triggered a much-needed dialogue in the country, it was almost imperative to go back and chat with the woman whose story started it all — Tanushree Dutta. Though her account of being sexually harassed by Nana Patekar on the set of Horn Ok Pleassss (2008) inspired a sea of women to come forward and name their sexual perpetrators, the movement appears to be unfortunately petering out.But Dutta insists the revolution is here to stay. "This is a spark that has ignited the consciousness of people. True, the initial burst is over, but now it will remain in people's minds and help cleanse the industry. The movement started with Bollywood and then, women, who never thought they would speak up, came forward."

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The Kapoor clan- Anil Kapoor with wife Sunita Kapoor and children Sonam Kapoor with husband Anand Ahuja, Rhea Kapoor with her rumored boyfriend Karan Boolani, and others are celebrating Diwali this year in London.

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