Taapsee Pannu Shares a Hearty Meal With Anubhav Sinha
After the success of Mulk and Article 15, Anubhav Sinha is set to start working on his next with Taapsee Pannu. The actor took to Instagram to announce her next with Anubhav which will be releasing on 8 March 2020. She put up a picture of the two with delicious looking food around them, and wrote, “And ofcourse new beginnings need to be celebrated with some kickass food from Munna Da Dhaba!” They’ll be working on a film which is a subject way too close to Taapsee’s heart and one she has been wanting to do since years, as she wrote.
(With inputs from Mumbai Mirror)
Prabhas & Shraddha Swing to the Beats of Saaho’s ‘Psycho Saiyaan’
The first song from Prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor-starrer Saaho has dropped, and it is quite peppy. Titled Psycho Saiyaan, the song has Prabhas and Shraddha shaking a leg at a discotheque. Decked out in black, the duo has given us a song to groove to this year.
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Tanushree Dutta To File Protest Petition Against Nana Patekar
Recently, Mumbai Police filed a closure report in the alleged sexual harrasment case lodged by Tanushree Dutta against Bollywood actor Nana Patekar. Now, Tanushree Dutta will file a protest petition against the clean chit given to Nana Patekar in the #MeToo case.
A B-Summary report was filed by the Oshiwara police station. Tanushree Dutta has opposed the same. She is represented by advocate Nitin Satpute at Railway Mobile Court in Andheri.
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Plea Against ‘Article 15’ Rejected by Supreme Court
On Monday, the Supreme Court refused to entertain a plea seeking cancellation of certificate issued to Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer Article 15 by the Central Board of Film Certification. The bench also asked the petitioner to approach the appropriate authority with grievances. Article 15 released on 28 June.
"You go to the appropriate authority under the act," a bench of justices S A Bobde and B R Gavai told the counsel appearing for the petitioner. Post which, the counsel has withdrawn the petition with liberty to approach the authority concerned.
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Our Music Scene More of Copywood Than Bollywood: Baba Sehgal
Rapper Baba Sehgal says the industry should stop recreating old classic film soundtracks and that the industry is lately more of copywood than Bollywood.
"It's time Bollywood stop recreating/remixing old classic film soundtracks. There's no harm in recreating a song but the quality, instrumentation and the output in doing so is sad and pathetic. Is it because there is no creativity left or is it because they want to encash on super popularity of the old songs?" Baba, who rose as a rap artist in the early 1990s, tweeted on Sunday.
The 53-year-old, who also gave acting a shot at one point, added: "Please tap the right talent, as we have it in abundance here, and stop destroying and ruining the original. It's become more of copywood than Bollywood."