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Sonakshi Sinha Knocks Akshay Kumar off his chair



Mumbai: This Independence Day, there will be big noise at the box office as two big Hindi films will clash with each other. Akshay’s MissionMangal and John Abraham’s Batla House are all set to weigh each other in at the ticket window. While having a discussion on promotions where all the stars cast was present, Sonakshi Sinha knocked off Akshay Kumar from his chair.

Akshay Kumar, who is famous for playing tricks in the film promotions with his co-stars and otherwise also, gets a taste of his own medicine. On the morning of 10th August, the star cast of Mission mangal was sitting and having some discussion when suddenly when Akshay Kumar was adjusting himself on the chair, Sonakshi Sinha who was sitting just besides her pushed down Akshay Kumar and he fell off his chair.

In the video put up by Sonakshi Sinha, it shows that Tapsee Pannu, Sonakshi Sinha, Vidya Balan, Kirti Kulhari and others gasp in wonder and fear when this incident happened. Sonakshi shared the video stating “that’s how I shut down people who irritate me”. It was all done in fun and Akshay Kumar also did not get injury and was back on his chair. The reactions of the stars were worth watching.


Sena objects to political misuse of ‘Tanhaji’ trailer




Mumbai: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut kicked off a fresh controversy by taking objections to a trailer of ‘Tanhaji’ film being allegedly misused for politics in the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections, here on Tuesday.

The tongue-in-cheek trailer depicts Prime Minister Narendra Modi as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and Union Home Minister Amit Shah as the trusted military Commander Tanaji Malusare, while Delhi Aam Aadmi Party Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is lampooned as Udaybhan Singh Rathore.

Guided by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, Tanhaji had fought the historic battle for Sinhagad Fort in Pune on February 4, 1670 which was under the control of a Rajput commander, Udaybhan Singh Rathore, guided by Maharaja Jai Singh I, an ally of the Mughals.

A comparison has been drawn to the battle of Sinhagad Fort with the Delhi elections and the website has said: “Jo Dilli Jeet Gaya, Samjho Dil Jeet Gaya”.

“Misusing the name of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is not proper and will not be tolerated,” warned Raut of the trailer on Tuesday.

The trailer has been uploaded by a website “Political Kida”, considered close to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

The website has uploaded it on its social media sites and it has gone viral, eliciting strong reactions from various quarters.

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