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Mother Hema Malini will not support son Sunny Deol in Parliament

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New Delhi: Former veteran Bollywood actress turned politician Hema Malini will not extend support to her stepson Sunny Doel after he will make debut in Parliament’s debate for first time.

After knowing conclusions of general elections of the 17th Lok Sabha was elected for first time and its going to have 300 MPs. Sunny Deol will be debuting in new session of lower house of Parliament but his stepmother Hema Malini won’t be supporting him there.

 

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Besides, Sunny many celebrities and other known faces include singer Hansraj Hans, Cricketer Gautam Gambhir, Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur and actor Ravi Kishan will part of Parliament.

The new session of Parliament is going to begin on June 6 and after winning MP’s seat in Lok Sabha election from Gurdaspur, Sunny Deol is all set to make his first debut in lower house. But his stepmother and veteran Bollywood actress as well as experienced Parliamentarian Hema Malini will not be there to support her stepson.

 

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According to information, this time 17th Lok Sabha will have 300 first-time MPs, which was elected during recently concluded general elections. Famous faces among Parliament debut include actor Sunny Deol, singer Hansraj Hans, Cricketer Gautam Gambhir, Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, actor Ravi Kishan.

According to sources, irrespective of their popularity and seniority in past they all will sit far behind seasoned parliamentarians, as per official seating system.

 

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As actress Hema Malini has been elected for second time to Lok Sabha, she will be sitting in middle benches. Whereas, Sunny Deol was elected from Gurdaspur seat in his maiden attempt in 2019 Lok Sabha elections will sit with back bench.

On other hand, Anurag Thakur is much younger than Sadhavi Pragya but still she will be sitting far behind him, as Anurag has been elected to Parliament for fourth time.

 

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Mission Mangal inches closer to Rs 100 crore

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New Delhi: Mission Mangal which launched on the Independence day this week is all set to break box office as it continues to shine on the Second day. Multi Starrer film Mission Mangal which is based on the launch of Mangalyaan in year 2013 is going good on the screens. People are loving the film and are to continue to earn on the extended weekend.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted the figures and said that the film is expected to make around Rs 85 crore in its opening weekend itself. Stars Vidya Balan, Taapsee Pannu, Kirti Kulhari, Sonakshi Sinha and Nithya Menen in crucial roles, is off to a phenomenal start at the box office. On the first day, the film minted Rs 29.16 crore, and made Rs 17.28 crore on its second day, bringing its total collection to Rs 46.44 crore. Akshay Kumar has yet again proved that he is the real Khiladi of Bollywood.

This isn’t the first time that Akshay and John have had a face-off at the box office, as last year Akshay’s Gold clashed with John’s Satyameva Jayate. Talking about the films’ clash, John had earlier said, “Honestly, if there was a controversy, I would have loved to create it, but Akshay and I are very dear friends, we really get along. There is absolutely nothing there. We are just releasing two films on the same day.”

Directed by Jagan Shakti, Mission Mangal is based on India’s Mangalyaan or Mars Orbiter Mission which was launched in 2013. Over the past few years, Akshay has ensured a release on Independence Day for himself. In 2016, his film Rustom, 2017, his film Toilet: Ek Prem Katha, In 2018 Gold. Needless to say, these films have all struck the right chord with the audience.

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