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Katrina Kaif lookalike takes social media by storm

Katrina is the third Bollywood actress to have a lookalike after Anushka Sharma and Jacqueline Fernandez.

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Mumbai, Sep 18 (IANS) Actress Katrina Kaif has a doppelganger, and fans on social media can’t stop talking about the uncanny resemblance between the two.

Katrina’s lookalike identifies as Alina Rai. Reportedly, she was spotted by Katrina fans on the video application TikTok.

Alina is apparently a popular star on TikTok and her resemblance to the “Bharat” actress has also made her famous on Instagram, where she currently has a following of over 33.5k followers. She ventured into the world of social media in 2017.

Fans have often referred to her as Katrina Kaif on her photographs.

Katrina is the third Bollywood actress to have a lookalike after Anushka Sharma and Jacqueline Fernandez.

A social media user commented: “Maam ab kabhi Katrina Kaif se mili h… jante ho aap same unke jaisai ho.”

Another questioned if she went under the knife to look like the actress.

“Have you done any plastic surgery to look like Katrina?” a user asked.

A user said: “Total resemblance of Katrina Kaif… How can no one notice in your family?”

A user wrote: “Omg she’s totally looks like Katrina.”

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Was late TV actor Samir Sharma battling depression, money crisis?

Many similar poems written in Hindi and English, with pain and heartbreak as themes, can be found in his social media accounts.

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Mumbai: Television actor Samir Sharma allegedly ended his life by committing suicide in his Mumbai apartment. The 44-year-old actor was found hanging in his kitchen on Wednesday night. The police suspect that he probably died two days ago.

Recent social media posts of the late actor raise the question if he was battling depression.

On last Monday (July 27) Samir had shared a poem on his unverified Instagram account that reads:

“I built my pyre

And slept on it

And with my fire

It was lit

And all that was me

I burned in it

I killed my dream

To wake up from it

Now my dream is gone

And I with it

I woke up to ashes

And I was in it

I took what was left

And left it in a stream

And hoped my ashes

This time have a better dream.”

On July 20, the actor had shared a short film he made, on his unverified Facebook account. Titled “The Cut”, the effort has been described by the actor as: “A film about the psychological effects of the isolation due to the lockdown on a person living alone.”

Another poem shared by the actor on Facebook on June 8, reads:

“I breathed through you,

I lived through you,

I felt what you felt,

I dreamt what you dreamt

I forgot where I ended

I forgot where you began

I was who you were

But didn’t know who you are

And I didn’t see it coming

I just saw you going.”

Many similar poems written in Hindi and English, with pain and heartbreak as themes, can be found in his social media accounts.

Samir Sharma used to stay in a rented apartment in Malad West, which he had reportedly moved in during February this year. A social media post he shared in the first week of June indicates that he was looking for another change of residence, and was keen to move into a shared apartment.

“Looking for a shared apartment, with independent room in Malad West or Goregaon West, if anyone has a place, and is interested, pls DM me…. Thanks,” posted the actor on Facebook on June 2.

The post raises question if he was facing monetary crisis.

Dr Singh also shared that over the past few months of lockdown, “cases of depression and anxiety among people have increased and that is not only because of confinement but due to several other factors like uncertainty of the future and lack of support which is testing our coping skills”, he said, adding: “Some people are facing economic problems, too.”

Samir Sharma was a popular face on television. He has featured in daily soaps like “Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi”, “Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii”, “Left Right Left”, “Woh Rehne Waali Mehlon Ki” and several others. He last featured in the ongoing daily soap “Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyaar Ke”.

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TV Actor Sameer Sharma Of ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’ Fame Commits Suicide

The actor was living alone in the rented flat since February and the police were trying to get in touch with his family members, reports added.

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Mumbai: In yet another unnatural death in the entertainment industry, television actor Sameer Sharma allegedly died by suicide at his home in suburban Malad, NDTV reported the police as saying on Thursday.

Sharma, 44, who had worked in serials like ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’, ‘Kahaani Ghar Ghar Ki’ and ‘Yeh Rishtey Hain Pyar Ke’, was found hanging from a ceiling fan in the kitchen of his flat at Neha building in Chincholi Bunder locality in Malad (West) on Wednesday night, a police officer said, the report added.

Other media reports quoted Malad police station’s senior inspector George Fernandes as saying that no suicide note was found at the spot and it is suspected he hanged himself two days back. The building’s watchman peeped through the kitchen window, saw him hanging, and alerted the other society members.

The actor was living alone in the rented flat since February and the police were trying to get in touch with his family members, reports added.

An Accidental Death Report (ADR) has been registered and further investigation is underway, said Fernandes in the report.

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Writer, activist Sadia Dehlvi dead

Dehlvi was also the associate producer of the TV series “Not a Nice Man to Know” (1998) with late writer Khushwant Singh (who had penned a similarly titled anthology) interviewing women from various fields. She also acted in the TV series “Zindagi Kitni Khoobsoorat Hai” (2001).

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New Delhi, Aug 6 : Writer, columnist, filmmaker and activist Sadia Dehlvi, a prominent critic of radical interpretations of Islam who urged a holistic understanding of the religion and was also a vocal critic of the Citizenship (Amendment) Act on the ground that it discriminated against Muslims, died here late Wednesday after a prolonged battle with cancer. She had turned 63 on July 16.

Hailing from a family of writers and publishers — her grandfather Hafiz Yusuf founded the iconic Urdu film and literary monthly Shamaa in 1938 — Dehlvi was a columnist with The Hindustan Times and regularly contributed to several prominent Urdu, Hindi and English newspapers and magazines.

A follower of Nizamuddin Auliya and Khwaja Gharib Nawaz, she was the author of two seminal works “Sufism: The Heart of Islam” and “The Sufi Courtyard: Dargahs of Delhi”, besides innumerable articles on women, minorities, Islamic spirituality and Delhi’s heritage and culture.

She also scripted and co-produced the TV series “Amma and Family” that starred veteran actress Zohra Sehgal and also played one of the main roles in it.

Dehlvi was also the associate producer of the TV series “Not a Nice Man to Know” (1998) with late writer Khushwant Singh (who had penned a similarly titled anthology) interviewing women from various fields. She also acted in the TV series “Zindagi Kitni Khoobsoorat Hai” (2001).

Khushwant Singh, in fact, was a great admirer of Dehlvi’s work, and wrote in his anthology that he dedicated to her: “To Sadia Dehlvi, who gave me more affection and notoriety than I deserve.” His book, “Men and Women in my Life” features Dehlvi on the cover and includes an entire chapter on her.

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