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Recently in a shocking move, former Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie has posted a topless selfie on her social media pages.

The singer, who is all set to release her comeback album, shared the raunchy black and white image on both Instagram and Twitter. It saw her seductively staring in to the camera, reports dailystar.co.uk.

The photograph also featured the word “M.I.L.F.”

The photograph captioned as: “This just leaked… aaahhhh! Oh well, here it is.”

It is assumed that singer may release the album surprisingly.

She has already teased her first single “Hungry” from the upcoming album.

Earlier last week, the 41-year-old star shared a teaser video on Instagram, which features a short clip of the song.

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Tahira Kashyap takes to fitness regime: It’s never too late

The childhood sweethearts got married in 2008 and welcomed their son Virajveer in 2012 and daughter Varushka in 2014.




Tahira Kashyap

Mumbai, Jan 27 : Filmmaker-writer Tahira Kashyap admits using up every excuse to not move, and is now motivated to pursue fitness.

Tahira posted a video on Instagram where she is seen doing jump squats.

“Not going to let multiple alibis come in the way to regain my fitness. From side effects of medicine, to surgeries to hypothyroidism to not being 18 anymore to gym being closed due to coronavirus. I used all these excuses and many more for not moving my bum but not anymore! #fitness #itsnevertoolate,” she wrote as caption.

Tahira is married to actor Ayushmann Khurrana. The childhood sweethearts got married in 2008 and welcomed their son Virajveer in 2012 and daughter Varushka in 2014.

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Kangana alleges ‘gandagi’ in Bollywood as she slams farmers’ stir violence




Kangana Ranaut

Mumbai, Jan 27 : Actress Kangana Ranaut is disturbed by visuals of the farmers’ protest on Republic Day in Delhi, and on Wednesday slammed Bollywood for allegedly hiding behind the garb of entertainment and provoking terrorism and violence.

The actress took to Twitter to denounce the farmers, whom she labelled as “terrorists”, and slammed people, including actors, for supporting them and actions, which she says led to widespread violence.

“I did my best to avoid this but I failed…. I may be a spec in the scheme of things but my failure is enormous…. at least it feels like that …. my head hangs in shame. I could not protect the integrity of my nation. I am no one still I am everyone ..and I am a failure today,” Kangana shared.

When a user pointed out an account, saying: “An instagram account of bollywood PR @instantbolly with more than 6 million followers has been running their propoganda since a long time, it needs to be reported”, Kangana slammed the industry.

“This is the gandagi for bollywood needs to be cleaned immediately. Slyly hiding behind the garb of entertainment and provoking terrorism and violence, put them in jail if there is even an iota of law n order left in this country these termites are eating away the bones of Bharat,” she said.

One user slammed singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh for supporting the farmers.

To this, Kangana reacted: “The problem is we still think we need to enlighten them about what they supporting as if it will transform him. Of course they know what they doing. Danke ki chot pe they hoisted Khalistan flag on Red Fort, truth is it’s jungle Raj jiski lathi uski bhains and they had the lathi.”

When one user said: “Kangna was right, these people aren’t farmers!! This picture is a tight sIap on @diljitdosanjh, the actress responded: “This is not a tight slap on @diljitdosanjh face this is what he wanted. He got what he wanted and this nation gave him this on a platter.”

Kangana feels the “message is clear no progress or reforms will be allowed to us, terrorism will decide the fate of this nation, not its government”.

In another tweet, Kangana urged the government to take action.

“CAA is on hold after so much terror I am sure Farmers bill will also be pushed on back burners, we as a democracy have chosen a nationalistic government yet antinationals are winning. Black day for India, please implement these laws asap and make our democracy win @PMOIndia,” she wrote.

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Tandav FIRs: SC says freedom of speech not absolute

The bench observed that the right to freedom of speech is not absolute and it is subjected to restrictions.




Tandav Movie

New Delhi, Jan 27 : The Supreme Court on Wednesday orally observed that freedom of speech is not absolute during its hearing on pleas seeking stay on FIRs against actors and producers of Tandav web series on Amazon Prime.

A bench headed by Ashok Bhushan expressed its disinclination to pass any direction to stay the FIRs. The top court said the petitioners should go to the high courts to seek quashing of these cases.

Senior advocates Fali S. Nariman, Mukul Rohatgi and Siddharth Luthra cited the top court judgment in Arnab Goswami case to seek relief in the matter.

Luthra argued that the director of the web series is being harassed. “Is this way liberty should be protected in the country and FIRs are being filed across the country,” he added.

The bench observed that the right to freedom of speech is not absolute and it is subjected to restrictions.

Nariman submitted that apologies have been made, and despite that several FIRs have been filed in six states.

Justice Bhushan replied: “You want the FIRs to be quashed, then why can’t you approach the High Courts?”

Nariman said the web series makers have removed the objectionable content and still there are cases being filed against them.

The top court questioned, why petitioners have moved the court under Article 32.

The bench said the police can file closure reports too if apologies have been made.

Rohatgi cited Arnab Goswami case to move the top court after a violation of Article 19(1)(a). He added people get offended with anything and everything these days. “Please protect us with no coercive steps. We deleted content without any protest. Scenes have been deleted. Its a political satire,” argued Rohatgi.

Rohatgi submitted that People are so sensitive in this country freedom to speech under then 19 (1)(a) would be destroyed.

The top court will further hear the matter after lunch.

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