ollywood News Bulletin-
Supreme Court orders CBI investigation in Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case
Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered a CBI investigation into Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case. During the hearing on Rhea Chakraborty’s plea seeking transfer of investigation from Bihar to Mumbai, the court said, “Bihar police is competent to hand over…case to CBI. However, Mumbai Police also has jurisdiction in the case.” It directed Mumbai Police to hand over evidence to CBI.
Sharpshooter having Salman Khan on target for murder, arrested by Faridabad Police
Faridabad police arrested a sharpshooter of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang, who was allegedly in the murder of a resident of that city. Now, the police claim that during the questioning with the sharpshooter named Rahul alias Sanga alias Baba alias Sunni, they came to know that he was plotting the murder of Bollywood megastar Salman Khan. Rajesh Duggal, DCP (Headquarters) told the Indian Express, “During questioning, it has emerged that Rahul had travelled to Mumbai in January to conduct a recce for the murder of Salman Khan. He went to the actor’s house in Bandra for the purpose and stayed in the area for two days. He conducted this recce at the behest of Bishnoi and Sampat Nehra, another member of the gang, who had also conducted a recce to plan for the same crime before he was arrested in June 2018.” Stating that this was plotted due to allegedly killing of two black bucks by Salman khan he said, “Rahul conducted the recce on the directions of Bishnoi and later apprised him of the findings. However, they were unable to take their plan to the next stage because of the coronavirus outbreak.”
Sonu Sood continues to be the messiah during pandemic, sends 300 migrants to their villages for Ganesh Chaturthi
“Recently, some migrant workers who live in Lalbaug and behind the Siddhivinayak temple in Prabhadevi reached out to me with a plea. I organised buses for them with all the necessary permissions. The first batch of around 300 left five days ago and another batch will leave soon.”
The actor also revealed how his two Eshaan and Ayaan are contributing in this noble cause as he added, “They get a lot of messages on social media from people in need and we follow up on them. They have realised that there’s joy in giving back to the society. They stand by my side and listen to me speak to them and take care of their needs. I feel reassured knowing they will carry my good deeds forward when they grow up.” When asked whether they will step in films, he replied, “It’s too early to take a call on that. I just tell them to work hard and focus on studies for now. When the time comes and they want to, I will be there for them too.”
Karan Singh Grover and Bipasha Basu open up on having a baby; say, ‘We have left it all upon God’
Hinting at adoption, Bipasha told Mumbai Mirror, “There are many children in this country, we can take care of them as well. We are fortunate, but there are so many children who do not get even the basic facilities. It is also our responsibility to look after those children. So let’s see what happens in the future.”
Karan Singh Grover also said the same thing as he quoted, “I have left it all upon God. We keep forgetting that everyone already has a plan put in place for them since the time they are born. Things are not really in our hands.” Talking about the handsome hunk, KSG recently quit Kasautii Zindagii Kay, where he portrayed the character of Mr Bajaj. Revealing the reason about it, he told PinkVilla, “It was not my decision or their decision. I would be still doing it if we were not in this situation and we would be still doing it if they did not need Bajaj to resume shoot immediately. They had to resume shoot soon and I understand it.”
Abhay Deol slams Dhanush and Sonam Kapoor’s Raanjhanaa; says, ‘History will not look kindly at this film for its regressive message’
Abhay Deol is one of the actors of Bollywood, who has been vocal about his opinions unapologetically. The versatile actor today slammed one of his own films Raanjhanaa, which marked the Bollywood debut of Dhanush and featured Sonam Kapoor in a prominent role. The actor said that the History will not look at the film kindly for its regressive message.
Pointing the obersvation of a blogger on social media, Abhay wrote, “Such clear and valid insight from @oldschoolrebel9 regarding the film Raanjhana. History will not look kindly at this film for its regressive message. It’s been a theme in Bollywood for decades, where a boy can (and should), pursue a girl until she relents. Only in cinema does she do that willfully. In reality we have seen time and again that it leads to sexual violence of some sort. Glorifying it on screen only leads to blaming the victim, as @oldschoolrebel9 explains it so brilliantly. Please do take time out to read her observations in the pics above. #shedoesnotlikeyou #growup #gloryfyingsexualharrasment.”