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'<strong>Baby</strong>' beats 'Dolly Ki Doli' in box office race

'Baby' beats 'Dolly Ki Doli' in box office race

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Within three days of its release, Akshay Kumar-starrer "Baby" has grossed over Rs 35 crore, a figure much ahead of the over-Rs 10 crore-mark that Sonam Kapoor-starrer "Dolly Ki Doli" has managed.

Baby,   Dolly ki doli,   box office,   movies,   bollywood,   Akshay Kumar,   Sonam Kapoor,  
Stress during pregnancy can affect baby's development

Stress during pregnancy can affect baby's development

26 Jan 2015

New York: Stress hormones in the mother can affect foetal development, a new study says. To test whether high stress levels in pregnant mice had an impact on their offspring, pregnant mice received the natural glucocorticoid corticosterone at different times during pregnancy.

stress during pregnancy,   health of baby,   pregnancy,   hormonal changes during pregnancy,  
<strong>Baby</strong> earns Rs 9.3 crore on opening day

Baby earns Rs 9.3 crore on opening day

24 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Akshay Kumar starrer Baby, which was released on Friday, had an average opening with the collection of around  Rs. 9.3 crore on the opening day at the box office. According to reports, the movie did fairly well in major cities especially in multiplexs.

Baby,   Baby box office collections,   Akshay Kumar,   director Neeraj Pandey,  
Dibakar Banerjee saddened over Pakistan banning '<strong>Baby</strong>'

Dibakar Banerjee saddened over Pakistan banning 'Baby'

24 Jan 2015

Kolkata: In the wake of Pakistan banning Akshay Kumar-starrer "Baby", filmmaker Dibakar Banerjee says such incidents in India and Pakistan are "sad".

Dibakar Banerjee,   Pakistan banned Baby,   Akshay Kumar,   Baby,  
Akshay Kumar's '<strong>Baby</strong>' banned in Pakistan

Akshay Kumar's 'Baby' banned in Pakistan

23 Jan 2015

Islamabad: Akshay Kumar starrer 'Baby', about an Indian spy mission to catch a dreaded terrorist, will not be shown in Pakistan as the censor board of the country refused to allow it screening.

Akshay Kumar,   Baby movie banned,   Pakistan,   terrorist,   censor board ,  
Thought I'd get typecast in Bollywood, says Taapsee Pannu

Thought I'd get typecast in Bollywood, says Taapsee Pannu

24 Jan 2015

Mumbai: Actress Taapsee Pannu is glad that she landed a role in 'Baby' as she feared getting typecast in 'college girl' roles in Bollywood.

typecast in Bollywood,   Taapsee Pannu,   Chashme Baddoor actress,   Baby movie,  
'<strong>Baby</strong>' screened for real life heroes

'Baby' screened for real life heroes

22 Jan 2015

New Delhi: A special screening of Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar's forthcoming film 'Baby' was organised here for real life heroes who have dedicated their lives to the nation.

Baby,   Akshay Kumar,   Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar,   Anupam Kher,   director Neeraj Pandey,   terrorist groups,  
Movie review: <strong>Baby</strong> keeps you engrossed from the first to last frame, miss it at your own risk

Movie review: Baby keeps you engrossed from the first to last frame, miss it at your own risk

23 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The concept of the edge-of-the-seat thriller seems to have been invented for Neeraj Pandey's enormously engaging take on international terrorism. It takes guts to make a film which calls a spade a spade...Or Pakistan the hub of terrorism in the Asian subcontinent.

Baby,   Neeraj Pandey,   Akshay Kumar,   Taapsee Pannu,   Rana Daggubati,   Anupam Kher,   Danny Denzongpa,   Sushant Singh,   Mikaal Zulfiqar,   Rasheed Naz,  
'<strong>Baby</strong>' perfectly timed for Republic Day, Obama visit: Anupam Kher

'Baby' perfectly timed for Republic Day, Obama visit: Anupam Kher

22 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Anupam Kher's forthcoming movie on terrorism, 'Baby', is releasing on Friday, just days before the country celebrates Republic Day and ahead of US President Barack Obama's India visit.

Baby movie,   Republic Day,   Anupam Kher,   Barack Obama India visit,   Narendra Modi ,  
Sania-Hsieh stunned in <strong>second</strong> round of Australian Open

Sania-Hsieh stunned in second round of Australian Open

23 Jan 2015

Melbourne: Indian ace Sania Mirza and her Cheinese Taipei partner Su-Wei Hsieh were served out early in the women's doubles encounter after the second-seeded duo was stunned by Gabriela Dabrowski and Alicja Rosolska in Round 2 of the Australian Open, here on Friday.

Sania Mirza,   Su Wei Hsieh,   Gabriela Dabrowski,   Alicja Rosolska,   Australian Open,   Tennis grand slam,  

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