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  • BTS condemn violent crimes against Asians

    BTS condemn violent crimes against Asians

    South Korean boy band BTS issued a statement on Tuesday condemning the recent surge in anti-Asian violence, and shared their experiences of the racism they have faced.

  • Fresh legal soup for screen stories

    Fresh legal soup for screen stories

    Legal hassles and controversies never leave our filmmakers. Even as cinemas open and the biggies gear up for release, and OTT spreads its base, a host of new legal woes have emerged for various film and web series makers.

  • SC dismisses SSR sister's plea against Rhea Chakraborty's plaint

    SC dismisses SSR sister's plea against Rhea Chakraborty's plaint

    The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed an appeal filed by Priyanka Singh, sister of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, challenging a Bombay High Court order refusing to quash the FIR filed against her by Mumbai Police following compliant from actor Rhea Chak

  • Depp loses battle to challenge ‘wife beater’ libel ruling

    Depp loses battle to challenge ‘wife beater’ libel ruling

    Hollywood star Johnny Depp has lost the bid to overturn a British High Court ruling which had dismissed his libel claims against a British tabloid accusing the Pirates of the Caribbean star of being a 'wife beater' over charges of assaulting his (then) wi

  • NCB's 12K-page charge sheet 'damp squib': Rhea's lawyer

    NCB's 12K-page charge sheet 'damp squib': Rhea's lawyer

    Terming the voluminous 12,000-page charge sheet filed against Bollywood actress Rhea Chakraborty, her brother Showik and 31 others as "expected", their lawyer Satish Maneshinde launched a sharp attack on the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB), virtually accu

  • Court dismisses Raj govt's plea against Salman Khan

    Court dismisses Raj govt's plea against Salman Khan

    An emotional Salman Khan on Thursday thanked the judge after receiving a breather from the Jodhpur District and Sessions Court, which dismissed two pleas filed by the Rajasthan government against the Bollywood actor in a case related to submitting a false

  • Sunny Leone gets relief from Kerala HC

    Sunny Leone gets relief from Kerala HC

    A bench of the Kerala High Court on Wednesday gave relief to Bollywood actor Sunny Leone and two of her close aides from being arrested on a complaint filed by an event manager in Kochi in an alleged cheating case.