Akshay Kumar fans at a theatre in Odisha were interrupted by men in saffron scarves who stopped the screening of ‘Bachchhan Paandey’ and cleared out the theatre to watch ‘The Kashmir Files’. A shocking video seeing the mob forcefully pushing out people from the theatre has gone viral, just days after Akki praised the political drama.
Meanwhile, an IAS officer from Madya Pradesh, Niyaz Khan, suggested that Vivek Agnihotri should donate the income of ‘The Kashmir Files’ to the Brahmin children’s education and construction of homes in Kashmir. “It will be a great charity,” he said. Responding to this, Agnihotri tweeted, “Sir Niyaz Khaan Sahab, Bhopal aa raha hoon 25th. Please give an appointment so we can meet and exchange ideas on how we can help and how you can help with the royalty of your books and your power as an IAS officer.”
On the other hand, John Abraham spilling the beans about his upcoming film ‘Attack’ releasing on April 1. “I would say on record, ‘Attack’ is a damn good film,” the actor said with conviction as he launched the second trailer of the film. Speaking about the impending clash with ‘RRR’, John said, “We have been assured of good screens. I have a lot of respect for Rajamouli sir and his kind of cinema. But we also have to respect what we have done. We are definitely not number two to anyone.”
In some sad news today, Gully Boy rapper MC Tod Fod has passed away at the age of 24. He was associated with the Mumbai based hip hop collective ‘Swadesi’ and was also part of Ranveer Singh and Siddhant Chaurvedi‘s ‘Gully Boy’. While the cause of death was not revealed and an investigation into the matter was opened, the rapper’s friends reportedly claimed that he died of a stroke after suffering from health issues.
Rohman Shawl and Sushmita Sen who called it quits a few months ago, were spotted together for the first time in the city. Giving way to rumours of a rekindled romance, Rohman was spotted protective of the diva in the midst of an unruly crowd.