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QuickE: Helicopter Eela Trailer; Fanney Khan Box Office Figures

A gorgeous Sonali Bendre wins us over with her new look, and other stories. 

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QuickE: Helicopter Eela Trailer; Fanney Khan Box Office Figures
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1. ‘Helicopter Eela’ Trailer: Kajol Is Back in Her Element

Kajol treated her fans to a special treat on her 44th birthday on 5 August. She released the trailer of her upcoming film Helicopter Eela, co-starring Riddhi Sen, Neha Dhupia and Tota Roy Choudhury, and directed by Pradeep Sarkar.

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2. Fanney Khan BO: Anil Kapoor-Aishwarya Rai Film off to a Poor Start

The poster of Fanney Khan amps up the quirk quotient. 
(Photo Courtesy: Twitter)

Fanney Khan, starring Anil Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai and Rajkummar Rao, is off to a rather slow start at the box office. The Atul Manjrekar film collected only Rs 2.15 crore on the first day.

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3. A Gorgeous Sonali Bendre Wins Us Over With Her New Look

Sonali Bendre with Gayatri Oberoi and Susanne Khan.
(Photo courtesy: Twitter)

Actor Sonali Bendre, who is suffering from ‘high grade’ cancer, is undergoing treatment in New York. And she is fighting the disease like a boss. The actor, who had shorn her hair a few days back, has now gone for a clean-shaven look. And she is proudly flaunting it on social media.

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4. Not Aamir Khan, but This Actor Is the Lead in ‘Sarfarosh 2’

Aamir Khan in a poster of Sarfarosh.

Confirming that he will be featuring in the sequel of Aamir Khan's Sarfarosh, actor John Abraham says he is geared up for the action-drama, which will be different from the original.

Directed by John Matthew Matthan, the 1999 film featured Aamir, Naseeruddin Shah, and Sonali Bendre. Sarfarosh chronicled the story of an Indian police officer's quest to stop cross-border terrorism.

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5. You Will Know Nawaz’s Range When You See ‘Manto’: Nandita Das

Nawazuddin Siddiqui as Manto, the ‘serial offender’.
(Photo Courtesy: Facebook/Manto Film)

Nandita Das says she chose Nawazuddin Siddiqui to portray the title role in Mantoas he has a lot of similarities with legendary Urdu author-writer.

Nandita said she always had Nawaz in mind while writing Manto, based on the life of Saadat Hasan Manto, whose work continues to remain relevant to this day.

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