Makers of KGF: Chapter 2 introduces Raveena Tandon's character Ramika Sen on her birthday

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October 26, 2020

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New Delhi, Oct 26: The makers of second installment of superhit action flick 'KGF,' on Monday marked actor Raveena Tandon's birthday by revealing the poster of her character from the film.

Film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the first look of the newly 46 turned actor.

The character poster of 'KGF: Chapter 2,' sees Tandon dressed in a red coloured saree as she is seated in a parliament house.

The 'Shool,' actor will be portraying the role of Ramika Sen in the film.

"RAVEENA TANDON FIRST LOOK #KGF2... On #RaveenaTandon's birthday today, Team #KGFChapter2 unveil her look... #KGFChapter2: #RamikaSen," Adarsh tweeted.

The Prashanth Neel directorial stars Sanjay Dutt, Yash, and Srinidhi Shetty besides Raveena Tandon.

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November 25,2020

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New Delhi, Nov 25: After taking a short break from singing post his song, 'Loca', music sensation Honey Singh has released a new funky 90's themed number titled 'First Kiss' that features singing debut Ipsitaa.

In no time from its release, the song starring Ehan Bhat alongside Honey Singh and Ipsitaa started trending on YouTube and has garnered heaps of praise by ardent fans as well as netizens.

The peppy and upbeat track conveys the first feeling of rush in one's veins when one falls in love. The video, which was shot in Delhi post the lockdown, has an international sound and new-age vibe. It is a massive and sleek song in terms of production value.

The song has been choreographed by Atul, director and choreographer of dance company Big Dance Centre. With their new song 'First Kiss' they are taking the choreography as well as the production to an even bigger scale. Atul who was choreographing Ipsitaa, for the first time trained her and Singh virtually because of the lockdown. It was their first shoot after the lockdown, hence the team ensured to follow all COVID-19 guidelines during the shoot.

A testament to Honey Singh's popularity, 'First Kiss' which was released on November 24, within 24 hours it became trending song in India and worldwide charts and has already crossed a whopping 10 million views on the video and still counting.

Talking about the new track, Singh said, "First Kiss is a fun track which talks about what one goes through when they fall in love. We wanted to create a song that has an international feel to it and resonates with our youngsters. So, we made sure that everything, from the casting to the technicalities, was planned according to international standards. I put a lot of effort into the lyrics so that girls can connect to it. Ipsitaa has done a great job. I am so thrilled to be sharing this song with everyone."

Sharing her excitement, Ipsitaa said, "I feel extremely fortunate and grateful to be starting my career with Honey Singh. He is a legend and is loved by millions of people all over the world. First Kiss is really special because working with him has taught me so much. He wanted to convey the essence of this song through a female voice and I am honoured to be a part of this amazing song."

Penned by Singh, Lil Golu, Hommie Dilliwala, and Singhsta- 'First Kiss' has been produced by T-Series.

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November 18,2020

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Mumbai, Nov 18: Mumbai police on Wednesday asked Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel to appear before them on November 23 over "objectionable comments" on social media aimed at spreading communal tension.

This is the third time Mumbai police have asked the actor to appear before the Bandra police in the matter.

Kangana had earlier informed the police that she was busy with a wedding in the family and will be available only after November 15.

Mumbai police had issued the second notice to Kangana Ranaut and Rangoli Chandel on November 3 and ordered them to appear before it on November 10. Both the sisters have been booked for allegedly promoting enmity between communities through their remarks on social media.

Earlier, the Bandra police on October 21 issued a notice to Kangana and her sister to record their statements in the case. However, Ranaut's lawyer had then sent a reply to the police station, saying she was in Himachal Pradesh and busy with the wedding preparations.

Last month, the Bandra metropolitan magistrate's court had ordered the police to investigate a complaint filed by Bollywood casting director and fitness trainer Munawwar Ali Sayyed, referring to tweets and other statements of Ranaut and her sister.

The Bandra police subsequently registered an FIR against Ranaut and her sister under IPC sections 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race, etc), 295-A (deliberate acts hurting religious sentiments) and 124-A (sedition), 34 (common intention) and also asked Kangana and her sister to appear before the police.

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November 24,2020

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Mumbai, Nov 24: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday granted interim protection from arrest to actor Kangana Ranaut and her sister Rangoli Chandel in connection with an FIR registered against them under sedition and other charges, but directed them to appear before Mumbai Police on January 8.

The FIR was registered pursuant to orders passed by the Bandra magistrate's court here directing the police to carry out an inquiry against Ranaut and her sister following a complaint lodged against them for allegedly "trying to create hatred and communal tension" through their social media posts.

A division bench of Justices S S Shinde and M S Karnik was hearing a petition filed by Ranaut and her sister, seeking to quash the FIR and the October 17 order passed by the magistrate.

The court said three summonses were issued by the police and the same need to be honoured.

Ranaut and Chandel's advocate Rizwan Siddiquee then assured the court that the sisters shall appear before the Bandra police in Mumbai on January 8 from 12 pm to 2 pm for recording of their statements.

The high court accepted the statement.

"We are of the prima facie opinion that interim protection till the matter is heard at length deserves to be granted. The police shall not take any coercive action including arrest against the applicants (Ranaut and Chandel)," the court said.

The court also asked why sedition charges were invoked in the case.

"Why is the sedition section invoked? Why are we treating citizens of our country like this?" Justice Shinde said.

The HC said it would consider this issue at length on the next date.

The court posted the plea for further hearing on January 11.

The police have filed the FIR against Ranaut and her sister under IPC sections 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, race), 295-A (deliberate acts hurting religious sentiments) and 124-A (sedition), 34 (common intention).

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