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Swami Agnivesh News

  • | January 3rd, 2015

    Aamir Khan’s PK should be made tax free throughout the country, says Arya Samaj leader Swami Agnivesh

    Aamir Khan’s PK should be made tax free throughout the country, says Arya Samaj leader Swami Agnivesh

    The Arya Samaj leader speaks in support of Hirani’s film
    Aamir Khan-starrer PK should not be opposed on “flimsy” grounds by people who haven’t even seen the film, Arya Samaj leader Swami Agnivesh said Friday.
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  • | September 27th, 2013

    Bigg Boss 7: TRPs ka superhit formula!

    Bigg Boss 7: TRPs ka superhit formula!

    Salman Khan is back in a brand new avatar with Bigg Boss 7 (Saath) and we like the star’s angel and devil avatars. But we do wish the house would give us something new this time around, apart from the brand new commercials, of course.
    From a tentative inmate list doing the rounds, we found a few characters we’ve seen before in the Bigg Boss house over the last few seasons. And that, sadly, makes Bigg Boss season 7 a story of same old, same old! Sigh… Click here to read more

  • | April 3rd, 2012

    BIGG BOSS 5: Swami Agnivesh excited to be on the show

    BIGG BOSS 5: Swami Agnivesh excited to be on the show

    Swami Agnivesh says he will be in a relaxed mood on the show and people will see a lighter side of him
    What would a saffron-clad, social activist, Arya Samaj leader do in the big, bad world of Bigg Boss? “Relax,” says Swami Agnivesh, who is geared up to reach out to India’s youth with issues like casteism, alcoholism and corruption through his entry into the controversial reality show Tuesday. The 72-year-old is “excited” about entering the secluded Karjat house, where 11 young, celebrity contestants are already fighting it out for survival. The inhabitants have no connect with the outside world and are under 24×7 camera surveillance. Click here to read more

  • | April 3rd, 2012

    BIGG BOSS 5: Swami Agnivesh enters house

    BIGG BOSS 5: Swami Agnivesh enters house

    Swami Agnivesh is finally a part of Bigg Boss 5. Read on to know how the other housemates accept his arrival on Day 38
    The day starts on a positive note. Pooja Misra is seen painting her T- shirt with her kajal (eye pencil) and lipstick. She is seen in a very funny looking avatar which amuses all the housemates. Amar Upadhyay and Vida Samadzai see it as her desperate attempt to attract attention. Bigg Boss calls Shraddha Sharma to the confession room and assigns her a secret task. Pooja Misrra who was upset with Shraddha for becoming the captain, goes to her room and clears their differences. Shraddha welcomes the effort and explains she has no hard feelings for anyone. Click here to read more

  • | April 3rd, 2012

    BIGG BOSS 5: Swami Agnivesh does the dirty dishes

    BIGG BOSS 5: Swami Agnivesh does the dirty dishes

    Read on to know what happens on Day 40 in the Bigg Boss 5 house
    Once again, Swami Agnivesh and the housemates start the day with a yoga session. After the session ends, Pooja Misrra confides in Swamiji about her problems. Swamiji consoles her saying she should not think too much about these petty issues. He also tells about the social conflicts that are affecting the outside world. The conversation ends and Pooja Misrra returns to her room – only to find Sky, Siddharth Bhardwaj and Pooja Bedi happily chatting away there. When they see her, Sky and Siddharth start imitating her and make fun of everything she does – especially the way she asks everyone to ‘spare her’ and her ‘joker avatar’. Click here to read more

  • | April 3rd, 2012

    Andrew Symonds: I learnt the importance of family

    Andrew Symonds: I learnt the importance of family

    Australian all-rounder Andrew Symonds, who has come out of the Bigg Boss 5 house, says he had a satisfying stay in the house and learnt how to make rotis and Indian curries during his 11-day stay
    “Stay was very good and sort of satisfying. I made a couple of new friends in Siddharth Bharadwaj, Mahek Chahal and Shonali Nagrani. I learnt plenty of things like Indian style cooking, curries and spices. I learnt how to make rotis. Had a great experience living with Indian people and learnt how sensitive and passionate they are,” he said. Click here to read more