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We have usually seen several videos of teachers on the zoom calls where the class gets interrupted by some mischief students. But have you ever imagined a serious legal case discussion leads to an unexpected hilarious act? Well, something similar happened on Wednesday, when a virtual court hearing was conducted against the implementation of the 5 G network in the country and was disturbed by an intruder. Justice J R Midha and senior lawyer Kapil Sibal were hearing the case when a fanboy started asking for Juhi Chawla. First, they ignored him but later on, when Juhi appeared on the screen he started singing songs for the actress.When the judges asked him to mute himself, he interrupted the serious discussion and sang songs like Ghoonghat Ki aad se dilbar ka, Lal lal hoton pe and Meri Banno Ki Ayegi Baarat. His act totally upset the legal officers and the judge declared it as contempt of court. The court further took strict action against the fanboy and asked the IT department to identify the person and convey the same to the Delhi police.
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An FIR has been registered against Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani for violating COVID-19 norms by roaming around the city without any specific reason. Reportedly, the actor was driving around the streets of Bandra when police booked him under section 188, 34 IPC charges. The officer also asked the actor to tell the reason behind his movement but Tiger couldn't give a valid answer. He was seated at the back seat whereas Disha accompanied him by sitting on the front seat when police found him roaming near the Bandra bandstand in the evening. Through the incident, Mumbai police spread awareness among Mumbaikars while taking a hilarious jibe at the actors. The official Twitter handle of Mumbai Police wrote, ''In the ongoing ‘War’ against the virus, going ‘Malang’ on the streets of Bandra cost dearly to two actors who have been booked under sections 188, 34 IPC by Bandra PStn. We request all Mumbaikars to avoid unnecessary ‘Heropanti’ which can compromise on safety against #COVID19." 
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Arushi Nishank, an actor, social activist, acclaimed kathak exponent, environmentalist, film producer, co-founder of Sparsh Ganga and more. She made her debut with Wafa Na Raas Aayee, a T-series song that has already hit 125 million views in less than a month's time. However, the most important role that she has undertaken in the past 2 years, apart from her back-to-back acting commitments is that of helming projects for COVID-19 relief efforts across Uttarakhand and beyond. Arushi Nishank, Co-founder of Sparsh Ganga, a non-profitable initiative started in 2008,  in Uttarakhand with a motive of preservation of river Ganga & environment. They are sending ration (wheat flour, rice, daal, tea and biscuits) with medical kits consists of oxygen concentrator, masks, steamer, PPE kits, sanitisers, digital thermometer, oximeters, vitamin C tablets with this 200-500 more kits consisting of sanitiser and mask will also be distributed by team Sparsh Ganga in Haridwar. Some of the resources will be handed over to the DM of Haridwar and the rest of the resources will be distributed in the interiors of Uttarakhand.
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Bollywood star Ayushmann Khurrana recently shared a glimpse of a pandemic 'survivor kit' that involved a couple of things that have helped him live through the coronavirus pandemic. The 'Shubh Mangal Saavdhan' took to Instagram and posted a video featuring the balcony of his home that had a table with the COVID essentials. Khurrana's 'Survivor Kit Essentials' contain a face mask, sanitiser, one pair of sneakers, joggers, his favourite T-shirt, a book he is currently reading - The Buddha in Daily Life, his guitar, a coffee mug, his notepad where he scribbles his thoughts, a script and a marker that he uses while reading his script and a pouch.
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Megastar Amitabh Bachchan on Thursday expressed gratitude towards fans for wishing him and wife, actor-politician Jaya Bachchan on their 48th wedding anniversary. The veteran actor married his frequent co-star then Jaya Bhaduri on June 3, 1973. They have two children -- author Shweta Bachchan Nanda and actor Abhishek Bachchan. Amitabh Bachchan, 78, said he is "moved" by the love of his well-wishers. "Thank you all with immense gratitude for the wishes for Jaya and me on our Wedding Anniversary .. June 3, 1973 .. now 48 years !!" he wrote on his blog.
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