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    Kapil Dev to boost Navi Mumbai Half Marathon participants today

    "There is no pressure at all, it's all about the love and passion you have for the game." Former Indian cricket team skipper Kapil Dev will flag off the third edition of the Tridhaatu Navi Mumbai Half Marathon (NMHM) today. The cricket legend unveiled the medals on Saturday in the presence of Norrie Williamson, Coach and Race Director, Balwinder Singh Sandhu and his...

    • 11 hrs ago
  • Delhi Age

    A home that fits the bill

    Going by the stunning construction and the beautiful works on display, Aumkaar is indeed an artist hub It has been hardly a fortnight since they moved into Aumkaar, but Dipu V.P. and Jaisna have guests almost every day. Tirelessly, they show them around and explain how well the new home turned out to be, with excitement and pride gleaming in their eyes. A work of marvel, Aumkaar is the couple's 1,385 square feet...

    • 11 hrs ago
  • Delhi Age

    I am a troll expert, says Suchitra Krishnamoorthi

    The former singer explains her reasoning behind making the controversial tweet and says trolls don't affect her. Courting controversies aren't new for Suchitra Krishnamoorthi who is again at the receiving end for her controversial tweet post the Pulwama massacre. The former singer had posted, "#muslims in India enjoy greatest freedom & priveleges & yet they complain. So y...

    • 17 hrs ago
  • Delhi Age

    Prateik Babbar gets trolled

    Raj Babbarji has tried his level best to reason with Prateik. For all those out there who thought the late and great Smita Patil's son Prateik had gotten over his wild ways after his recent marriage, a picture posted on the social media of his wife with him covering her modesty has drawn a lot of flak. While his father Raj Babbar who is also the President of the Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee, refrained from...

    • 17 hrs ago
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    Katrina Kaif continues to shoot despite injury

    Katrina is shooting her sequences further without much ado. Actors doing their own stunts today and indulging in sports and other endurance activities end up hurting themselves and that in turn hurts their schedules. But Katrina Kaif will have nothing of that sort. The actress was seen in crutches on Friday evening when she braved the injury to come and watch Ranveer Singh's film Gully Boy...

    • 17 hrs ago
  • Delhi Age

    Not making Uri 2, says Aditya dhar

    So, no war film but a totally different genre for Aditya Dhar's next. Cutting down all loose talk about making a quick sequel to URI, director Aditya Dhar says he is done with URI: The surgical strike and the genre for the time being. "A story needed to be told. It's the story of the exemplary courage that was shown by our soldiers on the border in 2016. I've told what I had to. The last...

    • 17 hrs ago
  • Delhi Age

    Saand Ki Aankh is a happy film, says Taapsee Pannu

    Taapsee says the locals have extended heartwarming hospitality to the crew. The village of Johri in the Bagpat district of Uttar Pradesh is currently teeming with activity. Anurag Kashyap has landed there with actresses Taapsee Pannu and Bhumi Pednekar to shoot for Saand Ki Aankh, a true-life biopic on the two iconic matriarchs of the village Daadi Chandro and Daadi Prakasho. And, the actresses...

    • 17 hrs ago
  • Delhi Age

    'In Marathi, I choose the subject. In Bollywood, subjects choose me'

    I can choose my subjects there whereas, in Bollywood, the subjects choose me. Actor Riteish Deshmukh has geared up slowly and gradually and in recent years, he has been able to strike a balance between Hindi and Marathi cinema. Soon to hit the silver screen with the third instalment of Dhamaal series, Riteish has three Bollywood movies releasing this year - Total Dhamaal,...

    • 17 hrs ago
  • Delhi Age

    Privileged to be here: Sara Ali Khan on ActFest

    Sara Ali Khan on discussing acting at ActFest, #MeToo campaign and Pulwama attack. Sara Ali Khan who entered Bollywood a few weeks ago got a taste of acting chops when she interacted with some of the senior-most actors at the ActFest organised by CINTAA. "People are celebrating acting. There's no festival like that. I feel happy to be a part of this festival and discuss acting with...

    • 17 hrs ago
  • Delhi Age

    Go live on LinkedIn!

    With its own live-streaming option, the professional social network is soon to begin closed beta-testing in the US. After launching stickers and frames for videos last March and testing its own variation of Stories recently, LinkedIn, the professional social network which has close to 600 million users all over the world, is now taking on another social innovation by adding its own live-streaming video service called...

    • 18 hrs ago

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