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5 celebs sibling we expect to onscreen soon

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NewDelhi, May 11: You are blessed if you are born to star in Bollywood. Star kids, especially film celebrity’

But, not every celebrity sibling rushes in to try their hand in Bollywood. Mostly, they stay far away from the limelight.

The siblings of these stars are completely okay having a biggie next to them all the time. Here are a few other celebrity siblings we would dying to see on the big screen.

#Deepika Padukone’s sister Anisha

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Deepika’s younger sister “Anisha” is a professional golfer, the two sisters share a great bond together like every other sisterly bond. She is as gorgeous as her sister Deepika Padukone is. Now, we would love to see her make her debut in Bollywood too.

#Alia Bhatt’s sister ShaheenAlia bhat

Bollywood star Alia Bhatt’s sister Shaheen has a pretty big fan following on Instagram. She has come out and voiced her views on battling, or rather, “living with” depression on and off, since she was 13. Now we want to see her on-screen too!

#Sonam Kapoor’s sister Rhea

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Sonam Kapoor’s beloved sister, Rhea Kapoor is also her fashion mentor, who has countless perfect looks to style her fashionista sister in. She turned into a successful film producer in 2010 with Aisha. But we loved to see in a film.

#Shahid Kapoor’s brother Ishaan Khattar

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We can’t wait for too long to see Ishaan on the big screen. He has already been spotted in cameos in many films. But, now he is officially going to get launched by acclaimed Iranian film director Majid Majidi in his upcoming film, Beyond The Clouds.

#Ranveer Singh’s sister Ritika Bhavnani
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Ranveer is very fond of his elder sister Ritika and shares many fond memories of their childhood with her. Nevertheless, we would like to see her make an impromptu appearance in one of his films.

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PVR launches smog-free auditorium

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New Delhi, April 23: With the aim to combat indoor air pollution, cinema exhibition company PVR Ltd on Monday rolled out its “clean air theatre” concept by launching the “Audit-Air-Ium” theatre here.

The company will revamp and retrofit the central air purification systems powered by Nirvana Being to combat indoor air pollution. PVR ‘Audit-Air-Iums’ will be installed across Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad.

“Ensuring a luxurious cinematic experience in a clean-air environment is our vision of tomorrow and PVR intends to implement this in a phased manner to guarantee an invigorating movie watching experience,” said Sanjeev Kumar Bijli, Joint Managing Director, PVR Ltd.

The first ‘Audit-Air-Ium’ was launched at the Directors’ Cut, Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj. Retrofitted with customised air cleaners, the “clean air theatre” concept maintains indoor air quality as per the National Air Quality Index (AQI) standard.

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Supreme Court stays proceedings against Salman over caste remarks

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New Delhi, April 23: The Supreme Court on Monday put on hold the proceedings pending against Bollywood superstar Salman Khan before several courts across the country in cases registered under the SC/ST Act for alleged derogatory remarks against a community.

A bench of Chief Justice Deepak Misra, Justice A.M. Khanwilkar and Justice D.Y. Chandrachud also issued a notice to states on the actor’s plea seeking quashing of several proceedings after complaints and FIRs were registered last year.

The bench sought the state governments’ response by July 23, the next date of hearing.

The actor has been accused of humiliating the Valmiki community by using an offensive word to describe them on a TV show while promoting his film “Tiger Zinda Hai”.

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Supreme Court dismisses plea seeking to ban last scene of ‘Padmaavat’

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New Delhi, April 23: Supreme Court on Monday dismissed the plea filed by Swami Agnivesh, seeking to ban the last scene of film ‘Padmaavat’. Petitioner alleged that the film promoted Sati.

CJI Dipak Misra while dismissing the petition of Swami Agnivesh, observed, ‘do you think anyone will commit Sati by looking at the film? Women empowerment has increased in all these years.’

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