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Priyanka Chopra sent out a global message of bringing women empowerment through education at a world leaders’ conference held in Boston. After the event, Priyanka took to micro-blogging site Twitter to talk about the “privileged” moment of sharing dais with leaders like Bill Clinton. “What an amazing day. So honoured to speak at @EFHelloWorld & being part of an amazing list of speakers @billclinton @stevewoz @OfficeGSBrown,” she tweeted.The actress spoke on the importance of girl education and women empowerment, which plays a significant role in development of a country, at EF (Education First) Hello World’s Day with World Leaders Conference held Friday. Other attendees included former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak.The actress, who looked uber-chic in a sophisticated black dress, also said that she was delighted to talk about her favourite subject.
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With the Arms Act case verdict deferred till March 3, Salman Khan has Rs 200 crore riding on his back with two films slated for release this year besides other signed projects.The 49-year-old actor is currently in Gondal near Rajkot, Gujarat, for Sooraj Barjatya's 'Prem Ratan Dhan Payo'. His other film 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan', being directed by 'Ek Tha Tiger' helmer Kabir Khan, has wrapped up shooting and is currently in post production stage for a mid-year release. Bollywood trade analyst Komal Nahta said Salman has approximately Rs 150 crore riding on him for these two films alone, besides another Rs 50 crore for the projects that he has signed. The Arms Act case against Salman is an offshoot of the Blackbuck poaching incident 16 years ago near Jodhpur. Salman was in the area to shoot for Barjatya's 'Hum Saath-Saath Hain' in 1998.
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Genelia D'Souza, who has been away from the big screen post her marriage to actor Riteish Deshmukh in 2012, says she is now ready to make a comeback in Bollywood and will focus on her acting career. Genelia, who has starred in movies like "Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na" and "Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya", was present at a promotional event  on Tuesday when she was asked about her comeback to the film industry. To that, she said: "I don't think I ever left it, but yes I am on a break, I would love to be back, I would love to do something that makes me happy, that makes people happy and I am ready now for comeback."
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Ever since the pictures of actress Leena Chandavarkar kissing Supreme Court lawyer Ram Jethmalani went viral, her phone hasn't stopped ringing. The yesteryear actress has been getting calls and messages with people asking her embarrassing questions and commenting on the matter but she maintains that she doesn't care. Explaining the sequence of events on stage, she said that she required support to climb the stage, as she was feeling giddy and asked Jethmalani for help, who readily agreed. Post that, on stage the latter asked the actress if he could kiss her and she being his huge fan said yes.She says, "People are feeling sorry for me, but all I want to tell them is that 'Na umr ki seema ho na pyaar ka koi bandhan'(smiles)." Talking about Jethmalani she says, "He is 92 years old and full of life. He might appear stern but has a warm heart. I have always been inspired by his encouraging speeches.""As far as the matter about me being Kishore Kumar's wife is concerned, I consider him my guru and he always said that don't think about what others think of you. If you have no regrets about doing something then everything else is immaterial," she adds.
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Amitabh has been summoned by a Los Angeles federal court in allegation pertaining to human rights violation. The lawsuit has been filed by a New York based body called Sikh For Justice (SFJ), which claims that Senior Bachchan had instigated violence against the Sikh community by raising “blood for blood” slogans in 1984. Bachchan has denied the allegations straight away. The Shamitabh actor’s manager in Hollywood, David A Unger has received a copy of the summons on February 23. According to the federal laws of the United States, Bachchan has 21 days to respond to the charges and attend court thereby. “If defendant failed to respond by March 17, we will move the court for entry of default judgment imposing compensatory and punitive damages against Bachchan for instigating violence which took lives of thousands of innocent Sikhs during November, 1984,” said Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, legal advisor to SFJ, while speaking to a leading daily.
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