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Prince Narula capture the- “Big Boss Season 9”




Chandigarh-based Prince Narula emerged as the winner of Colors TV reality show “Big Boss -9” .He defeated of their three rivals on saturday Rishabh Sinha, Mndna Karimi and Rochelle Rao and grab the Big Boss season 9.

The grand finale saw some scintillating acts by a mix of celebrities, including host Salman Khan and actress Katrina Kaif.

This is third time that Prince has won a reality show. Earlier, the 25-year-old had won “MTV Roadies X2” and “MTV Splitsvilla 8” too .

As a reminder, Rishabh runner ups. Prince, as a reward of 35 million rupees and trophy found.

An emotional and overwhelmed Prince was welcomed with applause by his friends and family members as Salman declared him the winner and handed him the “Bigg Boss” trophy along with the prize money of Rs.35 lakh, out of which he has donated Rs.5 lakh to Salman’s Being Human.

A viewer’s favourite since the first episode, Prince was always in the limelight throughout the season while none of the contestants was able to weaken his presence either in the house or in the minds of viewers.

Prince was competing in the grand finale against wildcard entrant Rishabh Sinha, who was announced as the first runner-up, actress Mandana Karimi, who became the second runner-up and model Rochelle Rao.

Be it his aggressive behaviour or competitive nature, Prince was nominated the least number of times and kept viewers engaged and entertained consistently throughout the season.

Some of the other contestants who were seen this year included Rimi Sen, Keith Sequeira, Priya Malik, Suyyash Rai, Gizele Thakral, Aman Verma and Roopal Tyagi.

The “Double Trouble” edition of “Bigg Boss”, which started in October last year, came to an end with a double dose of entertainment.

The grand finale had a mix of foot-tapping and eye-catching performances by all the four finalists, who received personalised makeovers from celebrity stylist Hakim Alim.

Katrina came to promote her forthcoming film “Fitoor” along with co-star Aditya Roy Kapoor.

An Indian version of international series “Celebrity Big Brother”, “Bigg Boss Nau” saw celebrity contestants locked inside a house for three months under constant camera surveillance, sans any luxury they are used to.

The ninth edition was no less exciting than the previous seasons with its share of controversies, fights and brickbats.

Actor Arjun Kapoor, who will soon be making his television debut as the host of “Khatron Ke Khiladi – Kabhi Peeda Kabhi Keeda”, shared a glimpse of the forthcoming stunt-based reality show.

The four finalists also had a face-off against four of “Khatron Ke Khiladi 7” contestants — Sana Saeed, Sidharth Shukla, Raghav Juyal and Mahii Vij.

Apart from that, “Comedy Night Bachao” stars Krushna Abhishek and Bharti Singh eased the tension of the contestants through their funny gags. Also Mouni Roy and child artist Siddarth Nigam gave a power-packed performance.

The biggest high-point of the season was when the two superstars — Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan — came together and recreated the magic of their film “Karan Arjun”.

The end of “Bigg Boss Nau” paved the way for Colors new offering “Krishnadasi”, which will go on air on Monday.

wefornews bureau



Rajini’s party members are ‘free’ to join any outfit





With three of its District Secretaries and couple of other officials joined DMK on Sunday, Rajini Makkal Mandram (RMM) on Monday said its members are free to join any political party of their choice after submitting their resignation.

But the members should not forget that even if they join another party, they should not forget that Rajini’s fans were the members of the RMM.After announcing that his political entry was confirmed and that he would unveil political plans on the 2021 New Year eve, Rajini made a U-turn and said he was notentering politics and not starting a political party in view of his health condition and the corona pandemic.

 After his fans staged a protest demonstration urging the actor to reconsider his decision, Rajini categorically stated that he was firm in his decision and appealed to them not to cause him more pain by organising such protests.

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Notice to Amazon Prime over ‘Tandav’ by Information and Broadcasting Ministry

According to the sources, a proper response to all the allegations has been sought from Amazon Prime, failing which action would be taken against it.




Tandav Movie

New Delhi, Jan 18: The Information and Broadcasting Ministry has issued notice to Amazon Prime, seeking its response to the complaints against its web series ‘Tandav’ starring Saif Ali Khan.

Ministry sources that notice has been issued to the platform as it had released the series, and came as the ministry took serious notice of complaints against ‘Tandav’.

The web series had faced charges of inflaming religious passions and some police complaints have also been filed. According to the complaints, Hindu deities have been denigrated in it.

According to the sources, a proper response to all the allegations has been sought from Amazon Prime, failing which action would be taken against it.

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Furious with division being created on the basis of religion, says Naseeruddin Shah

Shah said even though his mother was uneducated and was brought up in an orthodox household, she was completely against the idea of changing one’s religion.




Naseeruddin Shah

Mumbai, Jan 17 : Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah has expressed concerns over the divide being created in the country between Hindus and Muslims in the name of love jihad.

The 70-year-old actor made the comments in a video interview with Karwan-e-Mohabbat India, shared on its YouTube channel on Sunday.

“I am really furious with the way divisions are being created, like the love jihad tamasha in UP. Firstly, the people who coined this phrase don’t know the meaning of the word jihad.

“I don’t think that anyone would be so stupid to actually believe that Muslims will overtake the Hindu population, it is unimaginable. For that, Muslims will have to have so many babies. So, this whole notion is unreal, Shah said in the interview.

Last year in November, Uttar Pradesh became the first state in India to pass an ordinance against forcible or “dishonest” religious conversions.

In the last few months, states like Haryana and Madhya Pradesh have also revealed plans to enact laws to counter alleged attempts to convert Hindu women to Islam in the guise of marriage, which political leaders often refer to as love jihad .

The “Bandish Bandits” actor believes the term “love jihad” stems from the idea of stigmatising inter-faith marriages and stop social interactions between Hindus and Muslims.

They not only want to discourage inter-faith marriages but also curtail social interactions between Hindus and Muslims, he added.

Shah, who is married to theatre-film actor Ratna Pathak Shah, said he always believed that his marriage to a Hindu woman would set a “healthy precedent”.

We have taught our children about every religion. But we have never told them that they belong to any particular religion. I always believed that these differences would slowly fade away. I believed that my marriage to a Hindu woman would set a healthy precedent. I don’t think this is wrong, he said.

The actor said when he was about to tie the knot with the Ratna Pathak Shah, his mother had asked if he would want his would-be wife to convert to his religion and his answer was no.

Shah said even though his mother was uneducated and was brought up in an orthodox household, she was completely against the idea of changing one’s religion.

“My mother who was uneducated, brought up in an orthodox household, prayed five times a day, observed Roza all her life, went for the Haj pilgrimage, she said, ‘The things that have been taught to you in your childhood how can that change? It is not right to change one’s religion’,” he said.

The critically-acclaimed performer said he feels saddened to see the harassment young couples are facing these days in the name of “love jihad”.

“This is not the world I had dreamt of, he added.

In a 2018 interview with Karwan-e-Mohabbat, Shah had said that at many places the death of a cow is being given more importance than the killing of a policeman.

The veteran actor had also expressed anxiety over the well-being of his children, who he said have not been brought up as followers of any particular religion.

Soon after the interview was released online, the actor’s remark evoked outrage among some social media users.

In the new interview, Shah said he failed to understand the reason behind such an adverse reaction to his statement.

All I had said was that the death of a cow had taken precedence over the death of a person and it makes me very angry. This was misinterpreted that I was expressing fear, when in fact I never used the word fear.

“I have repeatedly said that I am not afraid. I am angry. Why should I be afraid? I am in my own country; I am at my own home. Five generations of my family are buried in this land. My ancestors have been living here for the last three hundred years. If this doesn’t make me a Hindustani, then what does? he asked.

The actor said it has become difficult for a person to share their views publicly due to fear of instant backlash.

“The difficult part is there is no possibility of (freely) exchanging ideas anymore. If you say anything, even in support of the nation, you are accused instantly, Shah added.

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