Actors Janhvi Kapoor and Kartik Aaryan were spotted at Mumbai airport as they returned from Goa. The two actors had masks on, with Janhvi wearing her face shield as well. Also seen with the actors at the airport was Janhvi's sister, Khushi Kapoor. While Janhvi wore a pair of baggy beige trousers, paired with a white shirt, Kartik was seen in a pair of jeans, t-shirt and a denim jacket. Khushi was seen wearing a pair of torn jeans, a sleeveless t-shirt and a loose-fitting jacket. Earlier this week, fans had shared photos of Janhvi and Kartik enjoying themselves in Goa. The actors were also recently spotted together at Manish Malhotra's new year bash. The duo, rumoured to be seeing each other, are currently working together in Dostana 2. It is a remake of 2008 film starring Priyanka Chopra, John Abraham and Abhishek Bachchan.
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Kajol Devgn to make her debut on the digital platform with Tribhanga next year. It will be co-produced by Sidharth Malhotra and Ajay Devgn. After the lockdown was imposed in the UK earlier this week, Bollywood celebs including Priyanka Chopra and Aftavb Shivdesani got stuck there.
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Entertainment icons Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas revealed the leadership lessons they have learnt during their illustrious careers. Speaking at the 18th edition of the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit, Nick said that he had been taught by his father to 'live like you're at the bottom, even if you're at the top'. Priyanka said that people must be 'students of life'. Explaining the phrase, she said that one can never be 100% prepared for all situations in life, and thus, must keep their 'eyes and ears open', and 'learn and listen, instead of talk'. Watch the full video for more.
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Actor Akshay Kumar celebrated the Army Day with Indian Army soldiers. He took to Instagram and shared a video of him playing volleyball with jawans from the Army. The actor, who took out time to celebrate the day, also flagged off a marathon. The short clip showed Akshay jump and hit the ball amid a thick cloud of mist. Soon, the ball was deftly blocked by his opponent on the other side of the net. Akshay and the rest of the men were dressed in black t-shirts and track bottoms. A referee sat on a raised seat at the nets, while a number of bystanders watched. Akshay has been busy shooting for his upcoming film, Bachchan Pandey in Jaisalmer. Videos of the actor at various shooting locations have landed on the internet. While little is known about the storyline of the film, it is being directed by Farhad Samji. Film also stars Kriti Sanon, Prateik Babbar, Arshad Warsi, Pankaj Tripathi and others.
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FIR lodged against director Prakash Jha for allegedly hurting SC-ST sentiments in Aashram. Rajasthan Police said the case has been registered at Luni police station in Jodhpur Rural. Jha, who has also produced the web series, allegedly promoted discrimination against SC-ST. Luni station house officer Sitaram Pawar said a probe into the allegations has begun. "The complaint against web series Aashram has been registered by DR Meghwa. Complainant said people of SC-ST communities have been insulted in the first episode. We have registered the case under relevant sections and further probe is underway," Pawar said. Earlier in December 2020, a Jodhpur court had issued a notice to Jha and actor Bobby Deol. The notice was issued in connection with another case filed against the web series. Aashram is a Hindi crime drama series which also stars Darshan Kumar, Anupriya Goenka.
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An FIR has registered against Prakash Jha directed 'Aashram' in Rajasthan's Jodhpur under SC/ST Act for allegedly promoting discrimination against Schedule Castes and Schedule Tribes. Station House Officer of Luni, Sitaram Pawar said, "The complainant DR Meghwa, in his complaint, said that in the first episode of the web series 'Aashram', the people of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe communities are insulted and the series promotes discrimination in society. We have registered the case under relevant sections of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989, and further investigation is underway." 'Aashram' stars Bobby Deol, Darshan Kumar and Anupriya Goenka in pivotal roles.