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  1. Netizens pointed toward a pinata which looked like Baphomet, goat-headed creature associated with evil rituals and pentagram on cake
  2. After dating for 11 years, Bollywood couple Rajkummar Rao and Patralekhaa finally exchanged wedding vows on November 15 in Chandigarh. The dreamy wedding ceremony was attended by their families and close friends. After tying the knot, the couple shared the news with fans by posting a few stunning pictures from the ceremony. Since then, the newly-married couple has been all over social media. While everyone was expecting them to appear in stylish ethnic attires for their wedding reception, the unconventional couple went a step ahead and threw a pyjama party reception for their friends. Various pictures from the newly-married couple's pyjama party reception are now doing the rounds on social media in which Patralekhaa is looking stunning in Amit Aggarwal-designed bling pyjama attire. The actress paired it with a pair of Fizzy Goblet mules. On the other hand, the Bareilly Ki Barfi actor wore a blue hand-painted biker jacket with a night suit. Choreographer-turned-director Farah Khan, who was among the attendees, shared a picture from the pyjama party night and expressed that Rajkummar and Patralekhaa's wedding was the only occasion which she could attend in her "nighty and rubber chappals". Posting a picture with the newlyweds on Instagram, Farah wrote, "Only wedding where I could wear my nighty n rubber chappals #pyjama party.. #rajpatra #bestwedding @rajkummar_rao @patralekhaa I still have a hangover." View this post on Instagram Quoting the great Audrey Hepburn, Patralekhaa's sister Parnalekha too shared a picture from the pyjama party and wrote, "Life is a party dress like it. Pyjama party night!" View this post on Instagram Here are a few more pictures from the fun night: View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on Instagram View this post on InstagramIt is quite evident from the pictures that the bride, groom as well as other guests had an amazing time at the pyjama-style reception party. On the professional front, Rao's lineup includes various interesting projects like Badhaai Do with Bhumi Pednekar, Hit remake alongside Sanya Malhotra, and Karan Johar produced Mr and Mrs Mahi opposite Janhvi Kapoor. View the full article
  3. On Friday, Karan Johar took to social media to issue a statement denying that any narcotic substance was consumed during a party that he hosted in 2019. He also termed the allegations against him as “baseless and false”. © Viral Bhayani With the ongoing furore over the alleged use of drugs in the Bollywood industry, a throwback video from last year showing a bunch of A-list actors including Deepika Padukone, Malaika Arora, Arjun Kapoor and Vicky Kaushal, among others, is back in discussion. The controversy around the video started when former SAD MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that drugs were consumed at a party attended by stars including Deepika Padukone, Malaika Arora, Vicky Kaushal and Shahid Kapoor, among others, hosted by Karan Johar. #UDTABollywood - Fiction Vs Reality Watch how the high and mighty of Bollywood proudly flaunt their drugged state!! I raise my voice against #DrugAbuse by these stars. RT if you too feel disgusted @shahidkapoor @deepikapadukone @arjunk26 @Varun_dvn @karanjohar @vickykaushal09 pic.twitter.com/aBiRxwgQx9 — #Istandwithfarmers Manjinder Singh Sirsa (@mssirsa) July 30, 2019 Karan, in his stance, said that when the first time the allegation was made, he had made it clear that no drugs had been used. He wrote: “Certain news channels, print/electronic media and social media platform (s) are wrongly and misleading reporting that narcotics were consumed at a party that I, Karan Johar hosted on July 28, 2019 at my residence. I had already clarified my position way back in 2019 that the allegations were false.” View this post on InstagramA post shared by (@karanjohar) “In view of the current malicious campaign, I am reiterating that the allegations are completely baseless and false, No narcotics substance was consumed in the party. I would like to unequivocally once again state that I do not consume narcotics and I do not promote or encourage consumption of any such substance.” “All these slanderous and malicious statements, news articles and news clippings have unnecessarily subjected me, my family and my colleagues and Dharma Productions, to hatred, contempt and ridicule,” he added. Soon after Karan Johar’s claims, people started to flood social media pages with memes and comments, reacting to what the director said. Check out some of the reactions here: #StandWithDeepika After watching #KaranJohar and #StandWithDeepika in trending. . . Le me: pic.twitter.com/Iu4RvY1xLU — aBhi Sharma ™ (@Vicodin_500) September 26, 2020Oh, so #KaranJohar DID have a gift hamper after all! https://t.co/2mITtyKtdz — Shefali Vaidya. (@ShefVaidya) September 26, 2020#KaranJohar trending again today Public: pic.twitter.com/447unYbVmK — Binay (@binay__das) September 26, 2020when in God's land they show trending of #KaranJohar pic.twitter.com/vQEXBek3mW — MOWAKAY THE LEGEND (@drshukla5) September 26, 2020#KaranJohar Le NCB :: 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/zkGLVMR6eS — ashish sharma (@ashush44) September 26, 2020#KaranJohar trying to hide from NCB with all New dressing 🤪🤣 pic.twitter.com/FYCj7txBSS — Sandesh Pawar (@sandypdna) September 26, 2020#KaranJohar ⭕ Karan johar is trending again.. ⭕ Me-after seeing this#KaranJohar pic.twitter.com/UbK4EGIr39 — Chandan Pani (@KingdomOfKnowl1) September 26, 2020 Meanwhile, addressing the issue of the emergence of two names - Kshitij Prasad and Anubhav Chopra – in the ongoing drug probe, who have been addressed as his “close aides” in some reports, Karan said: “I would like to further state that several media/news channels have been airing news reports that Kshitij Prasad and Anubhav Chopra are my ‘aides’/’close aides’. I would like to place on record that I don’t know these individuals personally and neither of these two individuals are ‘aides’ or ‘close aides’.” “Neither I nor Dharma Productions can be made responsible for what people do in their personal lives. These allegations do not pertain to Dharma Productions. I wish to further state that Mr Anubhav Chopra is not an employee at Dharma Productions. He was briefly associated with us for only two months in the capacity of 2nd assistant director for a film, between November 2011 and January 2012 and as assistant director for the short film in January 2013. He has thereafter never been associated with Dharma Productions for any other project.” He added, “Mr Kshitij Ravi Prasad joined Dharmatic Entertainment (sister concern of Dharma Productions) in November 2019 as one of the executive producers on contract basis for a project which eventually did not materialise.” Over the last few days, a number of people associated with Bollywood have been questioned by the NCB including actors Rakul Preet Singh, KWAN employees Jaya Saha and Karishma Prasad. Today, Deepika Padukone has appeared before NCB for questioning. View the full article
  4. Supporters of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the chairperson of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), hold signs as they listen to his speech during a campaign rally ahead of general elections in Thatta, Pakistan, July 2, 2018. REUTERS/Akhtar...
  5. ?This was not a given moneymaker,? Jackman said in an interview LOS ANGELES: ?I know Aussies are not known for leaving the party at the right time but (after) 17 years, it?s time to leave the party,? Hugh Jackman quipped as he discussed his last time playing X-Men superhero Wolverine in this year?s gritty action hit ?Logan.? The Australian actor made his breakthrough as the gruff, clawed mutant Wolverine in 2000?s ?X-Men? film and has since played the character eight times on screen. But with this year?s ?Logan,? Jackman said he and the filmmakers took the biggest risk for his final performance as the mutant hero. ?This was not a given moneymaker,? Jackman said in an interview. ?People considered this to be the biggest risk, the most foolish risk ever taken, and I think people assume you?re just doing a sequel because it?s a moneymaker, but my experience from being within it is that it?s always felt like a risk and I think that?s to be embraced.? ?Logan? was the first time Jackman, 49, played his character in an R-rated film, where he was allowed to embrace the darker, more tormented side of Wolverine. In the film, an older, wearier Logan struggles with alcoholism as he rescues a young mutant girl and unwillingly aids her in her journey to get to safety, the two forging an unlikely friendship despite both their explosive tempers. ?This is a man whose life is centered on violence,? Jackman said. ?It seemed very difficult thematically, not just in terms of graphic violence but the consequences of violence, it seemed impossible to make that as a PG-13 movie and really get into the thematic of that and on a serious level.? The film received strong praise from critics when it was released in March, grossing more than $600 million worldwide according to BoxOfficeMojo.com. Film studio 20th Century Fox is hoping Jackman?s new take on the character will give ?Logan? a competitive edge in the upcoming awards season, which does not usually favor big-budget comic book films. ?It?s a great time for us as actors or creators of stories,? Jackman said. ?I?m thrilled that the Academy (of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, voters of the Oscars) is seeing that there are less boundaries in a way of what makes a really good film, and the genre shouldn?t dictate that.?
  6. NEW YORK: A fine arts publisher in New York is seeking the return of gold figurines worth an estimated $1 million which were apparently stolen during a party at his Manhattan home. Alexis Gregory, 81, had invited 25 people to attend a piano recital and art exhibition at his Upper East Side apartment on Friday, a police spokesman told AFP on Wednesday. Shortly after 11:00 pm, after the guests had left, it was discovered that "seven to eight gold figurines were missing," the spokesman said. The pieces were estimated to be worth $1 million. Authorities were investigating and there have been no arrests. Gregory is the founder of Vendome Press, which publishes books on fine art and architecture. The art collector is known for his parties, hosted in his apartment not far from the Metropolitan Museum of Art or at his home in the Hamptons, a popular vacation spot for wealthy New Yorkers. "I am very upset," the Swiss-born publisher told the New York Post. "I hope it doesn´t happen again." He also told the New York Daily News that despite the apparent theft, he did not intend to stop hosting his events. "I´ll continue doing things the way I do them."
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