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Sanjay Leela Bhansali attacked by mob and Bollywood is furious

BEAUTY | January 29, 2017



Friday afternoon Indian director Sanjay Leela Bhansali was attacked by an angry mob on the set of his film Padmavati. Bhansali was on shoot in Jaipur's Jaigarh Fort when activists of Karni Sena, a Rajput community group, assaulted the director for "presenting wrong facts about (Indian princess) Padmavati" and tarnishing the history of their ancestors. Times of India reported, "one protester pulled Bhansali by the hair and slapped him."

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Raees is such a big deal that we reviewed it twiceRaees is such a big deal that we reviewed it twice

BEAUTY | January 29, 2017



Raees is yet to release in Pakistan and we're curious to know what exactly we're missing. Because we couldn't see the film ourselves, we reached out to two writers who watched the film in Dubai. Through their differing opinions on the movie, we get the whole picture on Raees.

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Not Indian, but Pakistani movies are my first priority, says Mahira Khan

BEAUTY | January 29, 2017



Friday afternoon Indian director Sanjay Leela Bhansali was attacked by an angry mob on the set of his film Padmavati. Bhansali was on shoot in Jaipur's Jaigarh Fort when activists of Karni Sena, a Rajput community group, assaulted the director for "presenting wrong facts about (Indian princess) Padmavati" and tarnishing the history of their ancestors. Times of India reported, "one protester pulled Bhansali by the hair and slapped him."

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Harry Potter actor John Hurt passes away at 77

BEAUTY | January 29, 2017



Friday afternoon Indian director Sanjay Leela Bhansali was attacked by an angry mob on the set of his film Padmavati. Bhansali was on shoot in Jaipur's Jaigarh Fort when activists of Karni Sena, a Rajput community group, assaulted the director for "presenting wrong facts about (Indian princess) Padmavati" and tarnishing the history of their ancestors. Times of India reported, "one protester pulled Bhansali by the hair and slapped him."

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Bollywood actor Salman Khan declares himself 'Hindu-Muslim'Not Indian, but Pakistani movies are my first priority, says Mahira Khan

BEAUTY | January 29, 2017



She said that she doesn’t only want to become popular in Indian movies but also want to serve national film industry. The actress has appreciated government’s step to lift ban on Indian movies. She said that she doesn’t compromise on film’s story and always prefer to work on good projects.

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