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Maroon 5 Perform at Akash Ambani-Shloka Mehta Wedding

American pop-rock band Maroon 5 performed at Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta’s wedding celebrations over the weekend. The band played hits such as ‘Girls Like You’ and ‘She Will Be Loved’.

10:31 PM , 11 Mar

Gerard Butler Becomes Victim of Real-Life Crime

Actor Gerard Butler has been the victim of a real-life crime as his $11,000 airstream trailer was stolen from a parking lot ahead of a planned restoration project.

It was stolen in California earlier this week.

According to TMZ, law enforcement said that the aluminium motor home was taken from the parking lot at a fabrication shop in the San Fernando Valley, reports dailymail.co.uk.

A source told the site that the Scottish-born actor brought the mobile home out of state and that it was essentially a shell which he was having restored.

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5:05 PM , 11 Mar

SRK's Tryst With Mysterious Woman in Dubai

Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan on Monday shared a snippet of a thrilling quest he experienced after meeting a mysterious woman in Dubai, his favourite city.

Shah Rukh took to Instagram to share a video in which he is seen walking around Souk Madinat when he meets a mysterious lady who hands him a covered box, leading him to discover hidden gems of the city.

"So I was at the Souk Madinat, enjoying a nice quiet day by myself. A lady walked up to me and said 'Hadiya Min Dubai, Iktashifha'," he said in the vide.

He captioned the video: "A Dubai holiday, filled with the most epic adventures... Join me as I return to my favourite city. But this time, on a thrilling quest! #BeMyGuest."

The video is a part of Dubai Tourism's #BeMyGuest campaign, which aims to offer people compelling reasons to visit and revisit Dubai with friends and family.

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4:51 PM , 11 Mar

Actors, Filmmakers Protest Against Bengali Film's Withdrawal From Theatres

Actors, filmmakers and film buffs on Sunday hit the city streets protesting against withdrawal of Anik Dutta's film Bhobishyoter Bhoot (Ghost of the Future) from almost all multiplexes and single-screen halls in West Bengal. They demanded that the film be immediately brought back to the theatres.

The rally, from south Kolkata's Madhusudan Mancha to Taltala Ground, was led by thespian Soumitra Chatterjee, filmmaker Buddhadeb Dasgupta, Indian-American film and television actor Jayant Kripalani, veteran actor-director Aparna Sen and director Dutta himself.

Several cinema enthusiasts and technicians of the Bengali film industry participated in the rally dressed as ghosts and shouted slogans against the West Bengal government and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for not taking any action against those who forced the film's withdrawal from theatres.

"According to the Constitution, no one can stop us from talking, protesting or making films. Whoever tries to do that should go to jail," Kripalani said, adding he wanted to take part in the rally as it was for protecting the freedom of speech.

4:49 PM , 11 Mar

Mother Teresa Biopic Announced

An official biopic on Nobel laureate Mother Teresa was announced on Monday. Written and directed by Seema Upadhyay, the film will have a cast of Indian and international actors.

It will be produced by Pradeep Sharma, Nitin Manmohan, Girish Johar and Prachi Manmohan.

Upadhyay said in a statement: "We visited the Missionaries of Charity in Kolkata and the experience was surreal."

The producers are delighted about bringing together a film on Mother Teresa, who is known to the entire world for her nobility and charity.

The script for the project has been locked. The technicians and teams are in the process of being finalised, after which the casting will begin for the film to go on floors by the end of this year.

The makers are looking at releasing the film in 2020.

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Published: 11 Mar 2019, 12:21 PM IST
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