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Controversies are created to become famous: Ajay Devgn

Controversies are created to become famous: Ajay Devgn

13 Aug 2014

Kolkata: As controversies surrounding big-budgeted films become a trend in Bollywood, actor Ajay Devgn feels that unknown entities create controversies to become famous.

Ajay Devgn,   Singham returns,   controversy,   publicity,   Bollywood,   hindi film industry,  
I-T notice in National Herald case a ‘political witch-hunt’: Sonia

I-T notice in National Herald case a ‘political witch-hunt’: Sonia

09 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday said the Income Tax department’s notice in the National Herald case was a ‘political witch-hunt’ and it will only help her party bounce back.

Sonia Gandhi,   Congress,   National Herald newspaper,   UPA regime,   National Herald case,  
Blockbuster movies that made it to Guinness Book of World Records

Blockbuster movies that made it to Guinness Book of World Records

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Recently, SS Rajamouli's blockbuster 'Baahubali' broke the Guinness World Record for making the largest poster of more than 50,000 square feet. Released on July 10, the historical fiction has been creating milestones since then.

movies in Guinness records,   Guinness World Records,   Bollywood films in Guinness records,   Hindi movies in Guinness records,   Hollywood movies in Guinness records,   Baahubali poster,   Boss poster,   latest entertainment news,  
 <strong>Hindi</strong> author Rajendra Yadav passes away

Hindi author Rajendra Yadav passes away

29 Oct 2013

New Delhi: Noted Hindi author Rajendra Yadav, a pioneer of the literary movement 'Nayi Kahani', died here on Monday night.

Rajendra Yadav,  Rajendra Yadav dead,   Rajendra Yadav no more,   Rajendra Yadav novel,   Hans author,  
 Translating Rabindranath Tagore songs not easy: Javed Akhtar

Translating Rabindranath Tagore songs not easy: Javed Akhtar

27 Jan 2015

Kolkata: Having penned more than 1500 songs, lyricist Javed Akhtar has said that it was not easy for him to translate Tagore songs in Hindi.

Translating Rabindranath Tagore songs,   lyricist Javed Akhtar,   Tagore songs in Hindi,   Kolkata Literary Meet,   Gitanjali,  
Bollywood gives fair chance to outsiders: Ayushmann

Bollywood gives fair chance to outsiders: Ayushmann

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Bollywood actor Ayushmann Khurrana, who debuted in the industry with 'Vicky Donor', says the film industry offers outsiders like him a fair chance to prove their mettle.

Ayushmann Khurrana,   Bollywood hero,   Hindi film industry,   RJ turned hero Ayushmann,   Ayushmann singer,   Vicky donort,   Hawaizadda,  
‘Bollywood and Beyond’ to showcase off-beat <strong>Hindi</strong> films

‘Bollywood and Beyond’ to showcase off-beat Hindi films

18 Oct 2013

Melbourne: Hindi film lovers will now get a chance to watch off-beat Bollywood movies under the new initiative of the Melbourne based film distribution company, Mind Blowing Films, called 'Bollywood and Beyond.'

Bollywood and Beyond,   Mind Blowing Films,   Bollywood Film festival,   Ship of Theseus,   Indian parallel cinema,  
Republic Day: TV celebs get nostalgic

Republic Day: TV celebs get nostalgic

24 Jan 2015

Mumbai: For some, it's a reminder of the colourful annual parade, while for some, it's a time to raise pertinent questions about the country -- Republic Day means different things to different actors and show makers of the Hindi television industry.

Republic Day,   TV celebs,   Hindi television industry,  Meghna Malik,   Vishal Singh ,  
Call for time-bound efforts to make <strong>Hindi</strong> official UN language

Call for time-bound efforts to make Hindi official UN language

25 Sep 2012

Despite being the second most spoken language in the world, Hindi is yet to be adopted as an official language of the UN, and Indian government should launch time-bound efforts to make this happen, scholars from the around the world said on Monday.

Hindi,   Hindi official UN language,   United Nations,   World Hindi Conference,  
Government to setup multilingual helpline for tourists

Government to setup multilingual helpline for tourists

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Government will be setting up a multilingual helpline by March next year to provide tourism related information and local assistance to foreigners visiting the country.

Government,   multilingual helpline,   tourist,   Lok Sabha,   English,   Hindi,  

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