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Harbhajan, Veena engage in war of words on Imran speech

Speaking at the UNGA on September 27, the Pakistan Prime Minister had held out threats of a conventional war between the two nuclear-armed neighbours spinning out of control.

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New Delhi, Oct 8 : Veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh refused to relent in his critisicm of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan for issuing despicable threats and speaking about hatred during his speech at the UNGA last month as he took on actress Veena Malik on social media.

Harbhajan had tweeted, “At UNGA speech, there were indications for India of potential nuclear war. As a prominent sportsperson, Imran Khan’s choice of words ‘bloodbath’ ‘fight to the end’ will only increase hatred between the two nations. As a fellow sportsperson, I expect him to promote peace.”

Taking a jibe at him, Veena retorted: “PM Imran Khan did talk about peace in his speech. He talked about the reality and the horror that will surly occur when the curfew is lifted and sadly there’s gonna be a bloodbath. He clearly states that it’s not a threat but a fear. Don’t you understand English? (sic)”

The Indian off-spinner on Tuesday shot back again, mocking Veena’s English. “What do u mean by surly? Oh is it surely ?? chill pill next time try and read before u put something in English. (sic)”

Speaking at the UNGA on September 27, the Pakistan Prime Minister had held out threats of a conventional war between the two nuclear-armed neighbours spinning out of control.

“If a conventional war starts between the two countries, anything could happen. A country seven times smaller than its neighbour what will it do — either surrender or fight for its freedom,” he had said.

Relations between the two Asian neighbours have been on a downhill ever since Indian government’s decision to abrogate provisions of Article 370 of the Constitution which provided special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

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Lockdown diaries: Hina Khan does her own eyebrows at home

“Let’s make a powder moochi, before I remove the lockdown effect on my upper lips and eyebrows… own my own…’atmnirbhar’. I do it myself,” she wrote.

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Mumbai, May 31 : Actress Hina Khan has turned beautician amid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown. As go-to beauty and hair salons are closed, Hina decided to groom her eyebrows and upper lips on her own.

Taking to Instagram Stories, the “Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai” fame artiste posted a few pictures that show her getting ready to remove her extra hair from her eyebrows and upper lips with thread.

“Let’s make a powder moochi, before I remove the lockdown effect on my upper lips and eyebrows… own my own…’atmnirbhar’. I do it myself,” she wrote.

On the work front, Hina was last seen on screen in “Hacked”, a thriller that explores the dark side of the digital and the social media world. The film throws light on cybercrime and shows how putting out everything there on the web can be dangerous.

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Vidya Balan: Always great to watch older films

“‘Tumhari Sulu’ is a story that gives hope to viewers that everything is possible. Whenever you need inspiration please watch the film,” she added.

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Mumbai, May 31 : Actress Vidya Balan is spending her lockdown period by watching classic films, and says it is great to watch older films and revisit the memories.

Asked how she is spending quality time with her family during lockdown, Vidya said: “I love watching my films on television with my entire family. It is always great to watch older films and revisit the memories grooving on evergreen songs.”

The actress is admired by fans for her roles in movies like “Tumhari Sulu” and “Lage Raho Munna Bhai”. She essayed the role of a radio jockey in both the films.

Talking about her experience being as an RJ, Vidya said: “I think the most fascinating aspect of an RJ is that you have to convey everything through your voice. Yet with this challenge, it’s great to see how RJs connect so beautifully with the listeners. In both my films ‘Lage Raho Munna Bhai’ and ‘Tumhari Sulu’, the RJs were completely different people with completely different styles and I think that was very challenging for me.”

The actress said that she “can never get bored of watching” her film “Tumhari Sulu” again and again on “television especially when I see my family enjoying it”.

“‘Tumhari Sulu’ is a story that gives hope to viewers that everything is possible. Whenever you need inspiration please watch the film,” she added.

“Tumhari Sulu” will air on Sony MAX on June 3.

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Kendrick Sampson hit by rubber bullet at Los Angeles protest

In one video, LAPD officers can be seen firing rubber bullets to try and regain control at Pan Pacific Park.

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Los Angeles, May 31 : “Insecure” actor Kendrick Sampson says he was hit by rubber bullets and even a police officer’s baton while protesting in California.

The “Vampire Diaries” star took to Instagram to show videos from marches in the Los Angeles area, reports usatoday.com.

“They’re gonna arrest all of us,” Sampson said in one video clip, adding: “Just to let y’all know, they’re telling us to disburse, but they boxed us in.”

The protests stemmed from the death of George Floyd, who died after a Minneapolis police officer placed his knee on Floyd’s neck for several minutes.

In one video, LAPD officers can be seen firing rubber bullets to try and regain control at Pan Pacific Park.

“They shot me four times already. I already got hurt and I got hit with a baton,” Sampson said on Instagram.

Another video showed the actor backing away from the police, as he appeared to be hit by an officer’s baton, reports deadline.com.

aceY’all ain’t see no police f***ing up white folks when they took guns to the statehouse,” he said, while referring to an incident in Michigan over coronavirus restrictions, not in California.

“Ya all didn’t see police attacking white folks, beating em up with batons, shooting them with rubber bullets when they brought guns to f***ing state houses. We came up here with no weapons, with masks.a And we’re the ones who are not peaceful,” he added.

The actor also tagged “Black lives matter supporters”, and tweeted for elected officials to “defund police”, citing brutality in multiple cities across the US.

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