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Compiled by Anoop Kumar
07/30/2020

Kangana Ranaut has been extremely vocal about Sushant Singh Rajput's sudden demise and is quite active on social media on this case. Meanwhile, the actress is spending her quarantine with her family in Manali. A few days back also the actress shared some pictures & videos on social media while spending quality time with family. Now, Kangana is gearing up to celebrate the nation's Independence Day on August 15th and sharing pictures on the photo-sharing app where she is flaunting herself wearing an army cap.
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During these perilous and heavy times of the pandemic, every sector has taken a hit due to the lockdown that has been imposed. People have to adhere to the new normal and follow social distancing protocols. Many people have been facing financial difficulties as their livelihood depends on their daily earnings. Similar is the case with Bollywood background dancers who have been facing a very tough time due to the pandemic as they used to earn on a per-gig base. Now, since there are no gigs and no shows, pockets have been tight. In these difficult times, superstar Tiger Shroff comes to the rescue! The actor donated 100 ration kits to the Bollywood dancers who have been facing a difficult time! Since the shoots have been delayed and songs have been called off, for the time being, 1 ration kit of Tiger will take care of a month's supply for the dancers. The kit consists of basic survival items from pulses to kitchen spices and even sanitary napkins for the female dancers.
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Only a day to go till the film 'Shakuntala Devi' is made available for everyone to stream on Amazon Prime Video. The biographical drama film stars Vidya Balan as Shakuntala Devi, the mathematician and the world-class who astounded the world with her arithmetic abilities to calculate complex math equations in a matter of seconds. The audience looks forward to watching the much-anticipated biographical film about 'Shakuntala Devi' who was also known as 'the human-computer' for her astonishing calculation skills. However, through a digital screening, a few got the chance to watch the film recently. Actress Taapsee Pannu was one of the few to be a part of this special screening and she absolutely loved the film and Vidya Balan's marvelous acting in it! She posted: "Vidya kasam bohot pyaari picture banayi hai @anumenon1805 @NayanikaMahtani @ishita_moitra @vidya_balan @sanyamalhotra07 @Jisshusengupta @TheAmitSadh @vikramix @SnehaRajani @vivekkrishnani @PrimeVideoIN @sonypicsprodns 👏🏼#ShakuntalaDeviOnPrime"
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It's Sonam Kapoor's entrepreneur husband Anand Ahuja's birthday today, July 30. On the special occasion, Ahuja's father-in-law, Anil Kapoor has shares a heartfelt and loving wish for his son-in law. Sharing a few pictures on Twitter, Anil Kapoor wrote how Anand Ahuja may not be born into his family, but he was certainly born to be a part of it. Here's what he wrote, "You may not have been born into our family but you seem to be born to be a part of it!! Happy Birthday @anandahuja! It takes a thousand prayers & a million acts of kindness to get blessed with a son-in-law like you and we are extremely proud of you!"
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Sushant Singh Rajput's death has left the Hindi film industry divided, with many calling out the power structures in Bollywood for sidelining the late actor. However, actress Swara Bhasker says it's sad that the Hindi film industry is being portrayed as "an awful" place with "cold" and "heartless" people. peaking to CNN-News18, Swara, however, said, "I just feel it's very sad that industry is being made out as this villainous, awful place with cold, heartless people. I mean it's not entirely true. It's competitive and probably very cruel in its power display. But so is life and so is our society. The industry is like a free market. It is a private enterprise and most of us are contract laborers. So, all of the negatives of that kind of a structure comes here too. It's just because of the showbiz and glamour aspect we're under a lot more scrutiny. That is not to say that there aren't success stories."
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