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Anupam Kher and Anushka bond over Virat Kohli’s talk

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London, June 15 Veteran actor Anupam Kher, who is in London these days, met actress Anushka Sharma, who is accompanying her husband and Indian cricketer Virat Kohli for the World Cup 2019 in London.
Anupam Kher had a chit-chat session with his “favourite” actress Anushka Sharma and shared their meeting on his social media profiles. In his recent post, Anupam said that meeting Anushka was a “wonderful” experience as he has always admired her for her “work” and “cool attitude.”

Kher said they bonded over “films, power of failure, army life and of course, our favourite Virat Kohli”.

Kher is currently in London to support her husband and India cricket captain Virat Kohli during the ongoing World Cup.

Anupam recently flew to England to speak at the Oxford Union Society. The Oxford Union is a debating society in the city of Oxford (England). In his speech there, Anupam talked about his ups and downs of life, cinema and his motherland.

“It was so wonderful to meet one of my favourites Anushka in London. We haven’t worked much together but I have always admired her for her work and her cool attitude,” Kher wrote along with a photograph in which he was seen posing with the actress.

The two have worked together in movies like “Jab Tak Hai Jaan” and “Badmaash Company”.

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Sushant case: Shiv Sena slams BJP for ‘maligning’ Thackerays

“They dragged the investigations. Calling film personalities regularly fuelled gossip and it must be ascertained if this was an attempt to terrorise Bollywood,” said Raut.

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Mumbai, Aug 9 : Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Sunday attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for “politicising” the Sushant Singh Rajput case by linking a state minister for alleged political gains.

In a strongly worded column in party newspaper ‘Saamana’, Raut claimed that this was a conspiracy of the BJP with the help of a section of the media to malign the Maharashtra government under Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray.

“One TV channel uses derogatory, defamatory, and threatening language against the CM. This has distressed many, including Nationalist Congress Party President Sharad Pawar. A section of the media has the support of the opposition party which seeks to destablise the government. Pawar asked me what action the government has initiated over the disrespect meted to Thackeray who holds a Constitutional post,” Raut said.

He suspected that the entire matter was scripted in advance, with the opposition linking Tourism Minister Aditya Thackeray to the case only because he shared cordial relations with several Bollywood personalities, and dubbed it a “conspiracy against the Maharashtra government”.

Targetting the Bihar Police, Raut said it has unnecessarily jumped into this case, especially since nobody stood behind Sushant Singh Rajput during his struggling days, and whatever the actor achieved was due to Mumbai.

“Sushant and his father Krishna Kishore Singh did not enjoy cordial relations, as he was upset by the latter’s (father’s) decision to remarry. He was instigated to lodge the FIR with Bihar Police, which came to Mumbai to investigate an incident which occurred here. Bihar Police is not some ‘Interpol’. This is not acceptable,” Raut declared.

Slamming Bihar Director General of Police Gupteshwar Pandey, the Sena leader said that he has been breaking service rules by taking part in TV debates, commenting on Mumbai Police, and other objectionable actions.

“Who is this Pandey? In 2009, he had quit the police service to contest as a BJP candidate from Buxar, but after the then party candidate threatened rebellion, Pandey withdrew — his situation became ‘na ghar ka, na ghat ka’, with his political mission failing,” said Raut.

Later, he pointed out, Pandey pleaded to rejoin service, with his wife reportedly appealing that when he quit the police force, he was not mentally stable.

“If such a ‘mentally unstable’ person is still taken back on duty, that’s Bihar government’s problem. But today, he is among the closest to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, and now media reports suggest he will contest the Assembly elections on a JD-U ticket,” Raut alleged.

Raut said given the high-profile matter, the Mumbai Police should have briefed the media on the probe’s progress every alternate day and made it clear it would investigate if any minister’s or politician’s name cropped up.

“They dragged the investigations. Calling film personalities regularly fuelled gossip and it must be ascertained if this was an attempt to terrorise Bollywood,” said Raut.

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Bigg Boss 2020: Salman shoots for promo in Panvel

Reportedly, “Bigg Boss 14” will start from September 27 on Colors TV. It has also been reported that theme of the upcoming season is based on the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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Mumbai, Aug 9 : Superstar Salman Khan is all set to come up with the fourteenth season of the controversial reality TV show, Bigg Boss.

Makers on Saturday unveiled the show’s first promo, in which we can see host Salman Khan doing farming at his farmhouse in Panvel.

“Lockdown laya normal life me speed breaker. Isliye uga raha hu chawal aur chala raha hu tractor. Par ab scene paltega,” Salman said in the teaser video.

The first look has surely left the fans excited.

“Can’t wait to see the new season,” a user commented.

“Best news of 2020. Eagerly waiting for it,” another one wrote.

Reportedly, “Bigg Boss 14” will start from September 27 on Colors TV. It has also been reported that theme of the upcoming season is based on the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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Will abide by what SC rules on Sushant probe, says Maharashtra Govt

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Nagpur, Aug 8 : Though the Maharashtra government opposes a CBI probe in the Sushant Singh Rajput case, it will abide by the Supreme Court’s decision in the matter, state Home Minister Anil Deshmukh said on Saturday.

In a significant statement, Deshmukh told media persons that the state will follow the ruling of the apex court vis-a-vis the probe into the case, but opposes a CBI investigation on grounds of jurisdiction.

“The Mumbai Police are probing the case very thoroughly and professionally. However, we shall go by what the Supreme Court says at the hearing on August 11,” he said.

In the past week, Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh briefed Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, while investigating team members met officials of the Law and Judiciary Department.

The latest stand is different from the Maharashtra government’s earlier stated position that there was no need to hand over the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) as the Mumbai Police are doing a competent job and probing it from all possible angles.

The CBI has registered an FIR based on the case lodged by Patna police on the complaint of Sushant’s father, K.K. Singh.

Last week, the Mumbai Police had cold-shouldered the Patna police team which was camping in Mumbai for several days for probing the Sushant case.

On Friday, irate over his 6-day long quarantine ordered by the Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) as he reached Mumbai to help the state police team, Patna’s SP, City, Vinay Tiwari hit out at the Maharashtra government after he was released.

“I was not quarantined, but the Sushant probe was quarantined,” he said, before flying back to Bihar as per Covid-19 protocols as directed by the BMC.

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