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Compiled by Anoop Kumar

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

Dismissing rumors about Pakistani actor Ali Zafar's replacement, Alia Bhatt confirmed that her multi-starrer upcoming film "Dear Zindegi" as it is.  "Nobody has been replaced and the film is releasing as it is," said Alia to a query about Ali's replacement while she was attending the cover launch of magazine Absolute Elyx Filmfare Glamour and Style.

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Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan, who will next be seen on screen in "Kaabil", says filming the movie was a beautiful journey for him.  Hrithik on Tuesday was here at the DLF Mall Of India to unveil the new collection of the Swiss luxury time piece brand Rado's Lightness Collection. He believes in the brand's philosophy that "if you can imagine, you can do it".

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Manoj Bajpayee is one of the few actors in Bollywood who has always taken up challenging and daring roles in his cinematic journey. The actor has been appreciated by audiences for his outstanding performances not only in feature films but also in the short film medium. The actor has received lot of accolades for his work in the all of his short films be it 'Taandav' or 'Kriti' or the latest one 'Ouch'.Recently, Manoj was awarded with the Best Actor award for his performance in the short film 'Taandav' at the Flamingo Film festival, which is associated with prominent Cannes Film Festival. Now adding another award into his kitty, the actor has bagged yet again the Best Actor award for his latest short film 'Ouch' that is directed by Neeraj Pandey in the prestigious 5th Delhi Shorts International Film Festival - 16.

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Kajol who has signed up a film with the 'Ship of Theseus' director Anand Gandhi, says she doesn't differentiate between films as mainstream cinema or art cinema. The actress, who was last seen in Rohit Shetty directorial "Dilwale" opposite Shah Rukh Khan, said, "I don't agree with this thinking completely. There is nothing which can be called as mainstream or art film. There are only good films and bad films." "We make films so that audience can enjoy it, leave their troubles behind, and lose themselves into that story and those characters. And I believe I am going to make good films," she said. The actress was speaking to the media at the launch of a skin cream.

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Recipient of two National Film awards and two Filmfare awards, veteran actress Sharmila Tagore wants a biopic to be made on her late husband cricketer Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and wonders if Ranbir and Alia could fit the roles. "Yes, of course I would like a movie to be made on Mansoor Ali Khan. If someone really directs it properly, and with proper research, I think I would like it. I think his life has got a lot of things, about the accident, about losing his father and playing cricket with such a handicap," Sharmila said on the red carpet of Lux Golden Rose awards on Saturday night.

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