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The thematic underground bunker museum will be open to the citizens by the end of this year.
Parts of the film have been shot in several locations across Mumbai, including Film City and Bandra.
After mediating the conflict between producers Shabinaa, Tusshar and Lawrence, Laxmmi Bomb has resumed filming.
According to the reports, Hrithik Roshan has been approached for this film, but there is no official confirmation yet.
After the makers ignored Kapoor’s first legal notice, he plans to ask for a restraining order on the film.
In 1976, Khayyam made a spectacular return to film composition with Yash Chopra’s Kabhi Kabhie.
The actress credits her mother, for her grace and poise that is often prasied by the people.
On World Senior Citizen’s Day, B’Town’s age-defying actors talk about work, life and what keeps them happy and fit.
With a mix of traditional painting and mixed media, the upcoming auction at AstraGuru will be all things contemporary.
The trend of learning various educational concepts using Youtube tutorial videos is on the rise among students in India.
Statement sleeves have made a comeback this season and who better than our fashionistas who showcase this trend.
Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson is blown away by the quality of the tamil nadu premier league.
The third-generation BMW S1000RR is here, and it is as different from its predecessors as a successor can get.
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