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Bollywood is famous for its ‘Breaking news.’ From Divorce to patch-ups to Actors quitting a project. Let’s look at the latest Bollywood news for this week.

 

RELUCTANT PC

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Our Bollywood queen Priyanka Chopra, who is making it big in Hollywood is reported to be reluctant towards Bollywood. Priyanka has said ‘No’ to three Bollywood films of big banners. Apparently she is now busy shooting for Quantico season two and Baywatch, and doesn’t want her focus to divert. Currently, she is in search for a house in New York City.

ANGRY NAWAZ

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We all know that last year was Nawaz’s finest year in term of performance. He gave some splendid performances in all his films. And many expected him to bag the National Award for his performance in ‘Manjhi.’ But he didn’t. Recently, in an interview he was asked about his view on this. At first he gave a diplomatic reply, but later broke and admitted his anger towards the selection committee. He reportedly said that it doesn’t bother him as the ones who judge are not a trained actor like him.

BADRINATH KI DULHANIYA

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Varun Dhawan has started training for his next film Badrinath Ki Dulhania. Directed by Shashank Khaitan, the film is a sequel to Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, and will also star Alia Bhatt.

PROPER HEARING

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Jiah Khan’s suicide case has seen the light of the day. The Bombay High Court is set to hear the matter and possibly take a decision on June 7. The new development has made Jiah Khan’s mother happy. The case went through several controversies, and allegations. Hopefully, the truth comes out in the right way.

ARJUN RAMPAL INJURED

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The actor has injured his leg during the shoot of Kahaani 2. Directed by Sujoy Ghosh the film stars Vidya Balan and Arjun Rampal in pivotal roles. Although nothing has been cleared about their characters, but it is evident that the film will have lot of action scenes. Otherwise, what would explain Arjun Rampal’s injury on the set of the film?

 

 

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