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Disputation don’t affect film, name or fame: SRK

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First, it was his comment on “religious tolerance” in the country, and now Maharashtra Navnirman Sena has demanded a boycott of his film “Dilwale”. Controversies rarely leave Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, but he says they have no effect on his name or fame.

“People need a chance to express themselves and then they use public figures… People stand on the shoulders of public figures to say what they want to. It’s a small thing, but then we have to sit and justify and explain that we are patriotic and nationalist,” Shah Rukh said here.

The 50-year-old spoke when he was asked to comment on the controversies surrounding him, at a press meet on a sunny afternoon here on Wednesday.

Earlier last month, the actor faced a backlash for his comment on rising intolerance, which, he said, “would take India to the Dark Ages.”

BJP MP Yogi Adityanath compared SRK’s “language” to that of militant leader Hafiz Saeed, whereas VHP leader Sadhvi Prachi called him an “agent” of Pakistan.

He shared that several years ago he was told by a well-wisher that the day he earns fame, he will be at a greater risk of landing in controversies.

“I have a name since a lot of years now, Mashallah, and now it (controversy) happens every week or month… It’s strange that mostly it happens around the release of a film. There are opportunist people,” he said.

Nevertheless, his over 25 years of experience as an actor has taught him one lesson.

“I get so much love from people…. I understand that these things don’t have any effect… Neither on us, our film, name or work.”

SRK was here with Kajol, Varun Dhawan and Kriti Sanon to promote “Dilwale”, which is releasing on Friday.

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Riteish to birthday girl Genelia: Growing young with you is a blessing

Genelia replied: “To us, to our flaws,to our weaknesses, to our strengths, to our happiness…I need you to be me. Love you forever always.”

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Mumbai, Aug 5 : Genelia Deshmukh turned a year older on Wednesday, and husband Riteish Deshmukh took to Instagram in order to wish her on her special day.

“You are my bestest friend, my eternal laughter, my partner in crime, my happiness, my guide, my enthusiasm, my excitement, my light, my life, my everything. Wishing you a very Happy Birthday Baiko – growing young with you is a blessing. @geneliad #HappyBirthdayGenelia,” he wrote.

Along with it, Riteish posted a picture in which he kisses Genelia on her forehead.

Genelia replied: “To us, to our flaws,to our weaknesses, to our strengths, to our happiness…I need you to be me. Love you forever always.”

Genelia and Riteish got married in February 2012. They have two sons, Rahyl and Riaan.

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BMC refuses to free Vinay Tiwari from quarantine despite Patna IG letter

IPS officer Vinay Tiwari, who has been assigned with heading the probe into late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case by Bihar DGP Pandey, was quarantined by the BMC soon after his arrival in Mumbai on Sunday.

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Mumbai, Aug 5 : The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation has refused to free Bihar IPS officer Vinay Tiwari from quarantine, despite a letter from the Patna Inspector General requesting them to free him. Bihar DGP Gupteshwar Pandey took to Twitter on Wednesday to inform about the development.

DGP Pandey tweeted in Hindi from his verified Twitter account, which translates to: “The Patna IG had written a letter to the Chief of BMC opposing the quarantining of IPS Vinay Tiwari and requested that he be released, which has been rejected. BMC has sent a reply to the letter to Patna Police. Now our SP Vinay Tiwari will be locked inside for 14 days. This decision of BMC is unfortunate!”

IPS officer Vinay Tiwari, who has been assigned with heading the probe into late actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case by Bihar DGP Pandey, was quarantined by the BMC soon after his arrival in Mumbai on Sunday.

Speaking to IANS earlier this week, Bihar DGP Pandey had expressed his displeasure over what he called was non-cooperation of Mumbai Police in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. He had also claimed that IPS officer Vinay Tiwari was put under house arrest in Mumbai on the pretext of quarantine.

Speaking to IANS, Pandey had alleged that the Mumbai Police was “not cooperating” with Bihar Police in the probe into the alleged suicide case of the Bollywood actor and was “speaking the language of actress Rhea Chakraborty”, who has been blamed by the bereaved family for Sushant’s death.

“Mumbai Police is parroting Rhea Chakraborty’s stand. She is saying Bihar Police can’t investigate the case and the Mumbai Police is supporting her contention,” Pandey had told IANS on Tuesday.

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Centre agrees to CBI inquiry into Sushant’s death

The counsel for the Maharashtra government opposed the CBI probe and argued that it is the Mumbai Police that is authorised to investigate under the CrPC.

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New Delhi, Aug 5 : In a big development in the Sushant Singh Rajput death case on Wednesday, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta informed the Supreme Court that the Union of India has in principle accepted the recommendation by Bihar government to order a CBI inquiry into the case.

Mehta, appearing for the Centre, submitted before Justice Hrishikesh Roy that the notification for the Central Bureau of Investigation will be issued soon, preferably by the end of the day.

The top court, in its order, gave three days to all parties to put on record their respective stand.

It also noted that the Mumbai Police must submits it’s records of investigations done so far.

Hearing on the matter is scheduled for next week.

“We want to know what Mumbai police have done so far,” said Justice Roy.

The counsel for the Maharashtra government opposed the CBI probe and argued that it is the Mumbai Police that is authorised to investigate under the CrPC.

The Maharashtra government counsel also said that the Bihar Police’s actions are “politically motivated” and insisted that under the CrPC, it is only the Mumbai Police that has “duty, power and function to register the case”.

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