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It appeared that everything was going well between Aishwaria Rai and Abhishek Bachchan’s married life, however, it looks like they’re heading for a major clash. There have been various rumors regarding Rai’s comeback into the Bollywood scene with “Jazbaa,” and now it looks like her husband is getting ready to release a film on the same day.

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Soha Ali Khan today tied the knot with longtime partner Kunal Kemmu in an intimate ceremony at Khar, Mumbai. Soha, 36, and 'Go Goa Gone' star got engaged in Paris last year after dating each other for quite some time. Kemmu took to Twitter to thank his fans for their wishes and shared a picture of himself and Soha from the ceremony.  "A very big thank you to all of you for all the love and blessings. It's official now!" he tweeted. The actress chose to keep the look for her D-Day minimal as she donned an off-white lehenga-choli set teamed with an orange dupatta and a traditional passa tikka adorning her head.

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It was reported a few days back that Irrfan had to undergo a back surgery.The same report also suggested that the script reading session of one of his next films was pushed ahead. However, when asked about it, Irrfan clarified, "There was no surgery. All my film shoots are slated to begin as per schedule.

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Actress Vidya Balan and filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali are going to visit Subhash Ghai's Whistling Woods International Film School.  "30 jan 330pm@Whistling_Woods filmcity Vidya balan opens 5th VEDA a weekly cultural hub of performing arts by professionals with students," Ghai tweeted Wednesday. He also shared on Twitter that Bhansali will give a masterclass to the school's students. "Sanjay Leela bhansali is inaugurating 5th Veda @Whistling_Woods with his first time masterclass with students screening 'RAMLEELA' on jan 30," Ghai tweeted.

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Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurrana says they do not have any proof whether Shivkar Bapuji Talpade, on whom his next film 'Hawaizaada' is based on, flew the world's first unmanned aircraft. "We have no proof that he flew the first plane. We do not know if it was true or not but we should know that someone like him existed. The film is about a conspiracy theory," Khurrana told reporters. He is playing Talpade in 'Hawaizaada' which releases on January 30. Directed by Vibhu Virender Puri, it is an inspiring story of the maverick Indian scientist-engineer who is believed by some people to have built and flown the world's first unmanned aircraft, eight years before the Wright Brothers in 1895. "We were told that he flew the plane in Mumbai's Chowpatty in 1895. Hundreds of people including Bal Gangadhar Tilak were present that time. He could not get it patented as India was then a British colony. The media was controlled by the Britishers and so there were no reports. How come all inventions are made by the West?," Khurrana, 30, said.

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