After the Karnataka Film Chambers of Commerce (KFCC), met both the actors to understand the issue on Thursday evening, Arjun Sarja filed a Rs 5 crore defamation case against Sruthi Hariharan. Firstpost - Published
A conciliation meeting convened by the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce (KFCC) on Thursday to resolve the allegation of sexual harassment levelled by actor Sruthi Hariharan against veteran colleague.. IndiaTimes - Published
After accusing ‘Action King’ Arjun Sarja of sexual harassment, actress Sruthi Hariharan has now come out and revealed that the actor has apparently harassed four other women from the film industry. IndiaTimes - Published
November 14, the birthday of Indias first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru is celebrated as Childrens Day in our country. Kids don Nehrus cloth and special programmes are organised on this day.
On.. Deccan Herald - Published
Sandalwood may once again witness a high profile wedding of a celebrity couple who belong to prominent families in the film industry.
Actor Chiranjeevi Sarja and multilingual actor Meghana Raj are.. Deccan Herald - Published
Baahubali 2 is making fans out of everybody in the South industry with its uproarious success (though Bollywood seems awfully quiet). A couple of days back, Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu had.. Bollywood Life - Published
JD(S) state president HD Kumaraswamy has said that his party is not a slave to either Chief Minister Siddaramaiah or the Congress party.
Addressing the reporters in Bengaluru on Monday, he said a.. Deccan Herald - Published
In an attempt to raise funds, the Nadigar Sangam, also known as the South Indian Film Artistes Association (SIFAA) have organised the Natchathira Cricket, which is the Tamil version of Celebrity.. DNA - Published
* 'Harivu', based on a real life incident is getting all the accolades. The film, which went on to win the 62nd National Award for 'Best Kannada film', has now fetched its makers the State Film Award.. Deccan Herald - Published
* India will need at least 600 more cancer care centres by 2020 to meet the requirements of growing number of cancer patients when the country is likely to lose nearly half-a-million people to cancer.. Deccan Herald - Published