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Watch: 8 killed after car rams into tree Maharashtra, Mar 27 (ANI): At least eight people were killed after a car rammed into a tree at the Ahmednagar-Manmad highway in Maharashtra on Friday. The car dashed into a roadside tree killing six people on the spot. Two succumbed to their injuries while they were on the way to hospital. 27-May-2017
Tendulkar's biopic gets a thumbs-up from Bengaluru, May 27 (ANI): Legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar’s biopic, ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’, generated a lot of excitement among his fans as it hit the theatres across India on Friday. The film focuses on the 44-year-old cricket icon's journey from a young boy to one of the most celebrated sportsmen of all time. The film got a big opening in cities across India, where people made a beeline to grab movie tickets. Fans dubbed the movie “inspirational” and “high on nostalgia”, making them relive Tendulkar’s rousing moments including 2011 World Cup victory. 27-May-2017
Shocking! 3 people drown to death in Hir Sambalpur (Odisha), May 27 (ANI): In a tragic incident, three people died while taking a bath in the Hirakud reservoir in Sambalpur district of Odisha. As per reports, two boys had gone to the reservoir to take bath. The two entered the deep waters in the reservoir and shouted for help. On seeing them, their father’s colleague Sushant Mishra, who was standing on the bank, jumped into the water. However, he along with the two boys drowned in the reservoir. Meanwhile, rescue teams fished out the bodies from the reservoir. 27-May-2017
Watch: Search ops continues to find 3 ho Saimu Tral (J&K), May 27 (ANI): A search operation is on to find the three terrorists holed up in Tral area of Pulwama district in Jammu and Kashmir, who opened fire at a patrol party of the security forces yesterday. No loss of life has been reported so far. 27-May-2017
'Yaariyan' actor Himansh Kohli gets cand New Delhi, May 27 (ANI): Actor Himansh Kohli, who is best known for his performance in 2004 film ‘Yaariyan’, is returning to silver-screen after a gap of two years with his upcoming wedding based film ‘Sweetie weds NRI’. The 27-year-old actor along with the film’s leading actress Zoya Afroz were yesterday in the national capital as part of the film’s promotions. The duo got candid with us for an exclusive chat. 27-May-2017
Taking social media seriously is a mista Mumbai, Maharashtra, May 27 (ANI): Ram Gopal Varma, who is coming up with his new web series 'Guns and Thighs' reckons that social media is just noise that should be not considered seriously at any point. On a related note, Ram Gopal yesterday released a six-minute long teaser-trailer of his series ' Guns and Thighs' that talks about the time in Mumbai when Dawood Ibrahim and Chhota Rajan's D-Company ruled the city. 27-May-2017
‘Yaariyan’ actor Himansh Kohli gets New Delhi, May 27 (ANI): Actor Himansh Kohli, who is best known for his performance in 2004 film ‘Yaariyan’, is returning to silver-screen after a gap of two years with his upcoming wedding based film ‘Sweetie weds NRI’. The 27-year-old actor along with the film’s leading actress Zoya Afroz were yesterday in the national capital as part of the film’s promotions. The duo got candid with us for an exclusive chat. 27-May-2017
Kourtney Kardashian Is Asked About Scott Kourtney Kardashian Is Asked About Scott's Tryst With Bella Thorne 27-May-2017
Julia Louis-Dreyfus And The Cast Of VEEP Julia Louis-Dreyfus And The Cast Of VEEP Attending The FYC Event 27-May-2017
Elle Fanning Returns From Cannes Looking Elle Fanning Returns From Cannes Looking Pretty In Pink 27-May-2017
SRK, Aishwarya, Ranveer Singh, Amitabh, SRK, Aishwarya, Ranveer Singh, Amitabh, Aamir At The Premiere Of The Film 27-May-2017
Indian Cricket team At The Screening Of Indian Cricket team At The Screening Of The Film Sachin A Billion Dreams 27-May-2017
Salman Khan, Sohail Khan, Kabir Khan & P Salman Khan, Sohail Khan, Kabir Khan & Pritam at Trailer of Tubelight 27-May-2017
Brad Pitt, Courtney Love among mourners Family, friends and fans mourn death of grunge rocker Chris Cornell at Hollwood funeral. Ben Gruber reports. 27-May-2017
Actors Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor Actors Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor announce that they are to separate after 18 years together. Rough cut (no reporter narration). 27-May-2017
Francois Ozon's 'L'Amant Double' shocks Francois Ozon's latest film 'L'Amant Double' divides critics at Cannes and shocks audiences with an explicit image early in the film. Rollo Ross reports. 27-May-2017
Ariana Grande says she will hold benefit Pop singer Ariana Grande posted a message of support to her fans on Friday (May 26) after the incident at her Manchester concert which killed 22 people. Rollo Ross reports. 27-May-2017
All the Hollywood news Chris Cornell was laid to rest Friday at a star studded funeral at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles. 27-May-2017
Celebrity birthdays for May 27th Chris Colfer will celebrate his 27th birthday on May 27th 27-May-2017
Beckham among lots at Cannes AIDS auctio Hollywood stars like Will Smith, Nicole Kidman, Dustin Hoffman, Uma Thurman and David Beckham turn up for the amFAR charity to raise money in the fight against AIDS. Rough Cut - no reporter narration 27-May-2017
Salman’s playful ‘boxing’ with his New Delhi, May 26 (ANI): It is no secret that Salman Khan and Ahil are the best mamu-bhanja jodi in Bollywood and the duo never fails to win a million hearts with their candid pictures on the social media. Recently, the ‘Dabangg’ Khan shared an adorable video on his Facebook page wherein Sohail Khan can be seen holding Ahil in his arms while Salman plays and “fights” with his little munchkin. 27-May-2017
Comedian Leslie Jones to host 2017 BET A New Delhi, May 26 (ANI): The 'Saturday Night Live' star and comedian Leslie Jones will be hosting the 2017 BET Awards that will air live from Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater on Sunday 27. The BET Africa on Thursday revealed that the actress will host the event, which will broadcast across Africa. As per Hollywood Reporter, the ‘Ghostbusters’ star is very excited to host The BET Awards this year. The BET Awards are handed out in 19 categories and is honoring best entertainers, artists and athletes. This year's awards were dominated by American singer Beyonce, who is nominated for seven categories. Following closely behind is Bruno Mars, Beyonce's sister Solange, Chance the Rapper and Migos. 27-May-2017
It is right time for his people to see f Chennai, May 26 (ANI): Legendary actor Kamal Haasan is all set to make his TV debut with the Tamil version of popular reality show ‘Bigg Boss’. The veteran film personality, who has enthralled viewers as an actor, will now host a show on the small screen for the first time. Sharing his thoughts over the show, Kamal said he thinks that it is the right time for people to see friendly side of him. He also said that for him expanding his audience base is very important as more than money; it’s the applause for which he craves the most. He even added that he is open to all platforms and he is even ready to reach his audience through telephone while being on television. The popular reality show is a spin-off of ‘Big Brother’, in which participants live in a specially constructed house without television or phones and are constantly monitored thorough cameras and audio phones. 27-May-2017
'Wonder Woman' launches with tightened s The premiere of new movie 'Wonder Woman' took place in Los Angeles under heightened security after the film's European premiere was cancelled in the wake of the Manchester attack. Saskia O'Donoghue reports 27-May-2017
Katy Perry breaks down while paying trib New Delhi, May 26 (ANI): Pop sensation Katy Perry broke down while paying tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack as she performed in London on Thursday. The ' Firework' singer honoured the 22 victims killed in the terrorist bombing that followed an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena on Monday. The 'Roar' hit-maker was quoted by People Magazine saying, "This week has been really hard. It was hard for you guys and it was hard for me because we all love music," she said as she held back tears." She added, "We all listen to the same music, and you think about it, and think that's my friend, that's my sister, that's my brother, that's my cousin, that's the person that loves music. It's awful, and whatever you can do to help, you should. And if you can't do anything that's fine, but what you should do is not let them win. I'm going to sing this next song for them. They can never take that part from us ever. Ever." Katy then called for a moment of silence, which was met with bowed heads and total stillness as the audience members kept the victims in their thoughts. Singer Celine Dion also honoured the victims with a powerful tribute at her Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace earlier this week. At least 22 people were killed and more than 50 got injured in a suspected terror attack that took place at Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night. 27-May-2017
Hollywood stars join charity cause in Fr Hollywood stars like Will Smith, Nicole Kidman, and Uma Thurman turned up for the star-studded amFAR charity in Antibes on Thursday (May 25) night to raise money in the fight against AIDS. Rough cut (no reporter narration) 27-May-2017
Salman recalls the worst day of his life Mumbai, May 26 (ANI): At the recently-held trailer launch in Mumbai, Salman Khan shared one of his darkest phases of his life, the time when he was in jail. Dabangg Khan served jail term twice in 2006 and 2007 and now after years, Salman has a funny story to share. Recalling one particular day when his parents and uncle came to meet him in jail, the actor laughed at how his father scolded his uncle for crying on seeing Salman. And then his father said to his uncle that what kind of Pathan are you? Please go outside. Sharing about his one of the hardiest time, he told the mediapersons that he got a 'one bedroom suite' at that time. On a related note, Salman Khan is all set for the release of Tubelight, which also features Chinese actress Zhu Zhu. Tubelight, directed by Kabir Khan, is scheduled for this Eid on June 25. 27-May-2017
Sachin Tendulkar becomes 1st Indian spor New Delhi, May 26 (ANI): The wait is finally over with the release of 'Sachin: A Billion Dreams.' With this, Sachin Tendulkar becomes the only Indian to have a biographical drama on his life journey. He has been included in the league of Mohammad Ali, Ayrton Senna, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Michael Jordan, who have had such biographical drama's based on them. This genre (biographical drama) resonates with the viewer on a deeper level because they focus on life individuals as it is the most real representation of facts. With that, comes an intimate and immediate connection to the person it is based on. The biographical drama, ' Sachin: A Billion Dreams,' written and directed by James Erskine, encompasses the personal insights on Tendulkar's life from his family, first hand. For the first time, his family, his mother, brother, wife, will be seen talking about the living legend. The film's trailer and the track, 'Sachin Anthem' created an immense buzz amongst the cine-goers as well as cricket fanatics. 27-May-2017
Doing a 'pure character' is the most dif Mumbai, May 26 (ANI): Salman Khan, who plays a 'special' character in the upcoming highly-anticipated Kabir Khan-directorial, says it is the most difficult thing to maintain the simplicity, honesty and purity of the character in films like 'Tubelight'. At the recent held trailer launch in Mumbai, Dabangg Khan was asked if it is hard to portray a character like the one in this film, to which Salman said that he is pure and to do a pure character is like the most difficult thing there is. Adding more to it, Khan said that if you're able to visualize the character after reading the screenplay and the story, you will be able to do the character perfectly. He also said that it is not only walking, it's also the way he talks is very different. The Kabir Khan's directorial that also stars Chinese actress Zhu Zhu, and late actor Om Puri in key roles and it will hit the theatres on June 25. 27-May-2017
Here's why Salman Khan unfazed with Baah Mumbai, May 26 (ANI): SS Rajamouli's 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' which is still unstoppable at the Box-Office doesn't bother Sallu Bhai. Do you know why? Well the reason will surely blow your mind. At the recently-held trailer launch in Mumbai, Salman shared a very logical reason which has left him unfazed with the fact whether 'Tubelight' can overtake 'Baahubali 2' or not. The 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' actor said that he is not worried about the business of a film as he thinks every movie has its own destiny. He also said that after Baahubali: The Beginning, was released, they came up with 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' and now after 'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion', they are again coming up with 'Tubelight'. Lauding the success of Baahubali, the actor said that the pressure is on the CEO of Salman Khan Films and he doesn't have to worry. Adding more to it, he said that it is a phenomenal success and it is amazing. He has not seen the film yet but will surely watch it. Meanwhile, Salman Khan is gearing up for the release of 'Tubelight', which also features Chinese actress Zhu Zhu. Tubelight, directed by Kabir Khan, is scheduled for Eid. 27-May-2017
CM Yogi Adityanath offers prayers at Kaa Varanasi (U.P.), May 27 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Adityanath Yogi on Saturday offered prayers at Kaal Bhairav temple in Varanasi city of Uttar Pradesh. Later, he will inspect various projects and review law and order and development work in the city. CM Yogi Adityanath is on two-day visit to the city. 27-May-2017
Slow times fuel "stunt foods" From Wal-Mart to PepsiCo, companies are churning out foods with unusual tastes or ingredients weeks after Starbuck's "Unicorn Frappucino" sparked a sensation. Fred Katayama reports. 27-May-2017
Children beaten at shelter home Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh), May 27 (ANI): In a shocking incident, three minor boys were ruthlessly tortured at a shelter home in Allahabad district of Uttar Pradesh. The boys were staying in the shelter home in Phaphamau area in Allahabad.The boys were found from the Allahabad Junction Railway Station who refused to go back to the shelter home.District officials said that after investigation, the boys will be to their respective homes. 27-May-2017
G7 summit braces for clash on trade, cli Leaders from the world's major industrialised nations began talks on Friday at a G7 summit in Sicily which is expected to expose deep divisions with U.S. President Donald Trump over trade and climate change. Laura Frykberg reports. 27-May-2017
Despite Trump, US travel companies bet o Cuba's first five-star hotel opened its doors this week. It's run by a European company, but US firms too are queuing up to do travel business there in the hope that U.S. President - and hotel operator - Donald Trump doesn't close the door on Havana. David Pollard reports. 27-May-2017
U.S. grows at tepid 1.2 pct The economy grew faster than initially thought in the first quarter, but it's still the worst performance since the first quarter of 2016. Fred Katayama reports. 27-May-2017
G7 leaders sign terrorism declaration At a summit in Sicily, leaders of the G7 nations sign a declaration pledging to fight against terrorism, but say the issue of the Paris climate agreement remains unresolved. 27-May-2017
Violent clashes keeping Venezuelan child The dangerous protests in Caracas are keeping children from going to school and are also concerning school staff who are afraid they won't be able to get home in the evenings. Colette Luke reports. 27-May-2017
Piece of Berlin Wall up for auction Piece of Berlin Wall goes under the hammer in Mexican auction. Roselle Chen reports. 27-May-2017
Homelessness remains major problem in Se While homelessness across the United States has fallen ten percent in the last decade, the situation on the west coast is very different with areas such as California and Washington State seeing huge increases in property prices. In Seattle homelessness has increased by almost fifty percent in the last six years, and authorities are struggling to cope. 27-May-2017
Floods in Sri Lanka: Rescue workers sear Sri Lankan military rescue workers and villagers searched for survivors at the site of a mudslide in Bellana village in Kalutara on May 26, 2017. Landslides and floods killed at least 25 people and left another 42 missing in Sri Lanka following heavy monsoon rains on May 26, the Disaster Management Centre said. 27-May-2017
Sterling hit as May's poll lead shrinks Sterling falls to a two-week low as opinion polls show a narrowing lead for British prime minister in the UK election race. As Ciara Lee reports, investors are also getting anxious over the gathering signs of softness in the British economy. 27-May-2017
Oil down despite OPEC deal Oil prices edge up on Friday but are still nursing severe losses after a five per cent plunge in the previous session. As Laura Frykberg reports, disappointed investors had been betting on a bigger and better output cut from this week's OPEC producers' meeting. 27-May-2017
Japan: better data, false dawn? Japan's core consumer prices rose 0.3 percent in April from a year earlier to mark a fourth straight month of increases. Could, though, these and other signals in the economy be a false dawn? David Pollard reports. 27-May-2017
Amazon opens book store in New York City The online retailer that put a lot of book stores out of business opened a book store in the U.S. publishing capital. Conway Gittens reports. 27-May-2017
Wall Street hits records Tech and consumer stocks helped extend the rally into a six straight session. As Fred Katayama reports, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hit new highs. 27-May-2017
Sears posts first quarterly profit in 2 The struggling retail icon swung to a profit by cutting costs and selling its Craftsman brand of tools. Fred Katayama reports. 27-May-2017
Lima celebrates Peruvian Clown Day Clowns take over Lima streets for parade to mark Peruvian Clown Day. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). 27-May-2017
Gunmen attack Coptic Christians in Egypt Gunmen attacked buses and a truck taking a group of Coptic Christians to a monastery in southern Egypt. Pasacle Davies reports. 27-May-2017
Cannes: pro-burkini protest stopped by p A small group of women who were headed to the beach in Cannes on Friday for a "Toutes en burkini" (all women in burkinis) protest were immediately stopped by police and taken to the station for questioning. The mayor of Cannes had imposed a controversial ban on the full-body swimsuits last year, a decision overturned by the country's highest court. 27-May-2017
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