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  • | March 4th, 2016

    Ram Gopal Varma claims that Dawood Ibrahim will be a part of Government!

    Ram Gopal Varma claims that Dawood Ibrahim will be a part of Government!

    Ram Gopal Varma is just being himself as he makes another controversial tweet!… Click here to read more

  • | April 8th, 2015

    Salman Khan courts controversy again, this time for a fight on flight!

    Salman Khan courts controversy again, this time for a fight on flight!

    As if the black buck poaching case and the 2002 hit-and-run case were not enough the Dabangg actor will soon be tried for another fresh case…
    The Andheri court has asked for an FIR to be registered Salman Khan for criminal intimidation and robbery on a Mumbai-Delhi flight. Apparently the actor and one of his bodyguard Vishal got into a brawl with Click here to read more

  • | August 30th, 2011

    Om Puri apologises for remarks on politicians

    Om Puri apologises for remarks on politicians

    At 60, we expected Om Puri to have more discretion. Last Friday, as part of the Anna Hazare protest meet at the Ramlila Maidan in Delhi, he was passionate about his feelings against politicians. He said, “I feel ashamed when an IAS or IPS officer salutes a ganwar (illiterate) who is a neta (political leader). Yeh anpadh hain, inka kya background hai? Aadhe se zyaada MP ganwaar hain….” And that has got him in fairly serious trouble, since Lok Sabha speaker Meira Kumar announced today that she is considering a privilege motion against the actor for his “derogatory and defamatory” remarks. Puri has apologised, saying, “It was wrong on my part to use such terms. I wasn’t drunk, I was just emotionally charged. I would love to be in Parliament to explain my emotions. If they (Parliament) are still angry with me, I will take whatever punishment they give me.”
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  • | August 12th, 2011

    India, the fascist state

    India, the fascist state

    Banning Aarakshan merely illustrates the fact that India is a democracy in name only and freedom of expression is a myth
    It is uncharitable for certain prominent, not to mention loudmouthed and incoherent television commentators to suggest that the brouhaha surrounding Prakash Jha’s Aarakshan is merely a publicity stunt. Granted that in today’s over-saturated media scenario every filmmaker will go all out to promote his or her film, but surely Jha doesn’t have the governments of three states in his pocket? Persuading Uttar Pradesh, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh to ban the film and getting Maharashtra to seek cuts just for the sake of publicity is too daft and far-fetched an idea, even for the imbeciles who populate television today. Click here to read more