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Southern sensation Rashmika Mandanna, who is all set to make her Bollywood debut with 'Good Bye' starring megastar Amitabh Bachchan, said that for her, dubbing in Hindi was a little challenging. Rashmika Mandanna is playing the role of Tara Bhalla in the Vikas Bahl directorial. She is fierce, she is amusing and she also questions every stereotypical decision. She believes in logic but ends up understanding the importance of emotions. The film also marks Rashmika's first time in dubbing an entire movie in Hindi. She said: "Dubbing is a very difficult task for me, all the time and in all the languages. It is the hardest thing that I have to do for a film. For me, dubbing in Hindi was a little challenging but at the same time, I also learnt a new language. I have one more language in my kitty." 'Goodbye' is a story that touches every emotional chord in your heart and makes you realise the importance of your loved ones along with the downturns of life. Rashmika will also be sharing screen space with Neena Gupta, Sunil Grover, Pavail Gulati, Ashish Vidyarthi, and Elli AvrRam in the film.
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The lovely couple who are soon to be wedded, Richa Chadha and Ali Fazal are known for their love for nature and the environment. The duo has been vocal on various platforms and occasions talking about the conservation of the environment. The couple has jointly decided to put in efforts with the help of their teams who are planning their wedding to attempt to make their wedding more environmentally conscious and eco-friendly. The couple has roped a wedding planning company who are using various means including decor using natural elements recycled or repurposed wood and eco-friendly decor items. Richa and Ali are also focusing on reducing food wastage at all of their wedding functions by curating food experiences that are more sustainable and have experts who are known for such experiences. The teams across have been briefed to minimize plastic waste and use recyclable plastic during the functions as much as possible.
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Raju Srivastave  breathed his last on Wednesday morning after battling for his life in AIIMS, Delhi, over the past 41 days — will always be the man who knew how to “turn a frown into a smile.” In 2005, The Great Indian Laughter Challenge opened its maiden season, Kanpur-born Raju Srivastava took to the stage to tell us tales as Gajodhar bhaiyya, a fictional character said to be inspired by a barber from his hometown. By the time the season ended, Srivastava’s dream run had begun. Over the past 17 years, he became one of the biggest names in stand-up comedy.  Ahsaan Qureshi, who was declared the first runner-up to Srivastava’s second runner-up on The Great Indian Laughter Challenge, remembers their first meeting. “About 12 of us were in the semi-finals. I remember Raju called me over for tea, after he learnt that I came from a small town in Madhya Pradesh. When I went over, his house was filled with people. Since Raju’s father was a great poet, his family loved me and my poetic style of comedy.” Qureshi notes that Srivastava’s style of comedy was unique. He had a knack for breathing life into inanimate objects.
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