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05:53

Muralitharan biopic row: It's really necessary that the film is made, says actor Prakash Belawadi

Actor Vijay Sethupati has confirmed h will not be playing Sri Lankan cricketer Muralitharan in his biopic titled 800. The film has raised controversy because a Muralitharan's presence or a film on him was frowned upon in parts of Tamil Nadu. What is the genesis of controversies like these? Actor Prakash Belawadi, who himself has been part of a similar situation, speaks to India Today on the issue. Watch to know more!

02:26

Sushant's family unhappy with AIIMS findings, wants new forensic probe

Sushant Singh Rajput's family is unhappy with the AIIMS findings which said that the actor died by suicide. And now, Sushant's family has demanded a new forensic team to probe the late actor's death.

04:00

Bollywood drug case: 3 more actors on NCB radar, say sources

Three more actors are on the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) radar in connection with the Bollywood drug case, according to sources.?

01:56

Sandalwood drug case: Ragini Dwivedi, Sanjjanaa Galrani's bail pleas rejected

The Special NDPS court has rejected Kannada actresses Ragini Dwivedi, Sanjjanaa Galrani's bail pleas in the Sandalwood drug case.

22:15

Remembering SP Balasubrahmanyam and his greatest hits

Remembering SP Balasubrahmanyam, the celebrated playback singer, who held sway over millions of fans with his golden voice rendering a record 40,000 plus songs over five decades.

01:51

Forensic report on Karan Johar's 2019 party video submitted to NCB

The report from the forensic department has stated that Karan Johar's 2019 party video is authentic and hasn't been doctored or edited, according to sources.

03:17

Bollywood drug probe: Kshitij Prasad remanded to NCB custody till October 3

Former Dharma Productions executive Kshitij Prasad, who is emerging as one of the key links in the Bollywood drug nexus, has been remanded to NCB custody till October 3.??

03:27

Bollywood drug probe: NCB seizes Deepika Padukone's mobile phone

The NCB has seized Deepika Padukone's mobile phone for more clues. Her manager Karishma's phone has also been taken into possession by the officials. NCB has also seized the mobile phones of Jaya Saha, Rakul Preet and Simon Khambata. Narcotics Control Bureau officials are eyeing big drug peddlers after questioning Bollywood actresses Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan. Officials also said that no new summons have been issued today. Deepika Padukone has admitted that she discussed drugs with Karishma Prakash in the WhatsApp chat retrieved by the Narcotics Control Bureau. The actress was grilled by the NCB today. Earlier, Karishma was also questioned in the drug probe. The two women were also made to confront each other by the NCB officials.

03:19

NCB clarifies it is not investigating Karan Johar's 2019 party

In a big relief to ace filmmaker Karan Johar, the narcotics bureau has clarified that they are not investigating his 2019 party. Karan Johar had earlier officially denied that no narcotic substance was used at his party in 2019. He had called the allegations baseless and false.? The video of the party shared by him on social media last year and showed various Bollywood stars at that gathering.? MA Jain, Deputy Director-General of NCB said, "Karan Johar's party video has no connection to this case."

09:03

Bollywood drug probe: No fresh summons by NCB

After questioning Bollywood actresses Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor and Sara Ali Khan, no new summons have been issued by the Narcotics Control Bureau. Sources have revealed that the Narcotics Control Bureau is eyeing some big peddlers after grilling Deepika Padukone, Sara Ali Khan and Shraddha Kapoor on Saturday. The NCB may be preparing for a big seizure or raid for drugs. The agency is also focused on revert investigations. NCB's special investigative team may leave for Delhi on Monday. A full report of the investigation will be submitted to the Director-General of NCB

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