Vegan wedding gift
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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sent a vegan chocolate chickens as gift to Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor on their wedding day. Since Kareena is a vegetarian who does not even eat eggs, PETA gifted the couple a flock of five large vegan chocolate chickens prepared by Delhi's Choco Kraft. Meanwhile the couple had a number of events, right from sangeet, mehendi, registered marriage and reception to celebrate their wedding.
The godly effect
A right wing Hindu outfit has opposed inviting Akshay Kumar for inaugurating the forthcoming IFFI, scheduled in Goa from November 20, claiming his recent film OMG! Oh My God allegedly hurt religious sentiments. The Goa Government is yet to formally react to the memorandum of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) but a senior official from the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) said the memorandum would be discussed in the high level committee before arriving at any decision.
Prakash Jha has won the first round of the defamation case filed by the Birla group of industries in the Delhi High Court against his yet-to-release Chakravyuh. In the case, Basant Kumar Birla & Others Versus Prakash Jha & Others, the matter was heard by the Delhi High Court which then refused to pass an order of injunction while disposing of the application. It has directed to show additional disclaimers when the song Mehngai is played at the time of exhibition.
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- As Russia draws closer to Pakistan and China, India must stop taking it for granted
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