The Delhi High Court Thursday refused to stay the television release of Saif Ali Khan-starrer "Race 2" on a PIL alleging that the movie showed nude scenes and had dialogues with double-meaning.
A division bench of Chief Justice D Murugesan and Justice Jayant Nath dismissed a plea by social worker Teena Sharma that sought an order to stay the telecast of the movie on May 12 at 1 p.m. on Zee TV.
Did you miss hearing "Je baat" and "Oji" on your TV, then here is good news for you, "Lapataganj" will be back on TV soon with Indumati and Mukundi.
"Lapataganj", is the story of the people residing in an imaginary town, Lapataganj, who lead a happy life against all odds. The show was famous among audiences for bringing to them several colourful flavours of rural India.
Anooj Kapoor, EVP & business head, SAB TV, said: "Based on requests that we received through multiple platforms like Facebook and fan mails, we have decided to bring back the second season."
Actor Krip Suri may play Rahukaal in fantasy show "Savitri" and give hell to the protagonist for rejecting his feelings, but in real life he is a do-gooder.
The actor took time out from his busy schedule to participate in a blood donation campaign organised by Manchester United Cafe Bar in collaboration with Indian Red Cross Society to donate 100 litres of blood on World Red Cross Day Wednesday, said a statement.
The actor, famous for his physique, readily agreed to be a part of the initiative.
The cruel, manipulative mother-in-law out to exploit the devoted daughter-in-law was not too long ago the staple of films as well as TV soaps. Well, movies have moved on and so it seems has the small screen that is keeping pace with the changing times.
Showmakers and actors say the small screen monster-in-law is giving way to the empathetic, understanding mother-in-law for a more realistic portrayal of the age-old, often tricky equation. Love your 'bahu' is now the mantra as the long held image of small screen mothers-in-law undergoes a makeover.
She made the noodle-strapped, halter, backless and low-cut blouses a rage a decade ago, but for her role as an anchor on kids' singing reality show "Indian Idol Junior", Mandira Bedi is ready to put on "lots of clothes".
One couldn't help but ask Mandira what will she wear for the show.
"The dress code is 'lots of clothes'," Mandira, who glamourised the age-old sari and blouse concept as host of "Extraa Innings" during the 2003 cricket World Cup, told IANS.
She broke into laughter, and added: "It will be more clothes than you've ever seen me in before."