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Paris Police takes 17 suspects into custody who deprived reality TV Star Kim Kardashian West last Oct. of $ 10m jewelry!


PARIS (9 Jan., 2017): Multiple early morning raids by police here have resulted into the arrest of seventeen people (aged 23 to 72) who are suspected of stealing over ten million dollars worth of jewelry  that belonged to reality TV show star  Kim Kardashian West, last October the 3rd.

The suspects, according to sources, had earlier been involved in other crimes including robberies.  Weapons and 140,000 Euros were also recovered during the raids.

It is pertinent to mention here that the suspects were traced through DNA evidence found in the rented premises.  


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Kangana turns Queen for Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi!


NEW DELHI: B-town Queen actress Kangana Ranaut’s just released flick Simran is doing well at the box office. From acting to dancing to plotting, cinephiles adore the movie on the whole.

Now, if the grapevine is to be considered, her another movie titled Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi is going to mesmerize her aficionados soon.

The best bit of the story is that Kangana will be seen essaying the role of the Queen of Jhansi in the said flick. Exciting, isn’t it?

According to the details, the shooting has already commenced and the project is at the production stage at the moment.

The upcoming endeavor harbors a historical drama with action. In addition, the narrative of the venture will be an impressive biographical drama about Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi.

In this context, a source quoted the writer and director Vijayendra Prasad as beaming: “Since we are dealing with history and hard facts, we did a lot of research for this project.

“The war episodes will be the major highlight of the film. It will be shot on a scale that has not been seen before on Indian screens.”

Sources privy to have further learnt that the actress is busy in learning horse riding for the movie. She was spotted at the Mahalaxmi Race Course in Mumbai while practicing under the instructions of her trainer Suresh Tapuriah.

Apart from Kangana, the ensemble of the stars include actors Sonu Sood, Suresh Oberoi, Arjan Bajwa and small screen actress Aankita Lokhaande.

The film is scheduled to hit the silver screen on 27 April, 2018.

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Tiger goes bald for Baaghi 2!


MUMBAI: If the grapevine is to be considered, producer Sajid Nadiadwala has commenced the shooting of the sequel of Baaghi starring actor Tiger Shroff and his beau actress Disha Patani in Pune.

In this context, sources privy to have learnt an interesting piece of information: Actor Tiger would go bald for the upcoming endeavor. Unbelievable? Believe it!

Moreover, it has further been learnt that in the film’s foremost poster, which was released somewhere in May, the actor was seen holding a rifle and flaunting his toned physique.

However, it has been informed that the second poster (harboring the actor in different look), of the flick is going to be released soon.

Therefore, Jr. Shroff will be seen essaying two different characters this time.

The directorial of Ahmed Khan will be released on April 27, 2018.

He kick started the shoot on his son Subhan Khan Nadiadwala’s birthday bash.

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(VIDEO AND TEXT) French Ensemble Esharêh mesmerizes Karachiites


KARACHI: French ensemble called Esharêh (illusion) consisting of percussionist/art director Julien Lahaye, Jazz Clarinetist Matteo Pastorino, classical guitarist & vocalist Simon Dégremont mesmerized Karachiites at Alliance Française during an hour-long performance.Talking to (official partners BBCNEWS) members of the trio expressed their excitement over visiting culturally-rich Pakistan for the first time.  

They said that a concert here was an incredible experience for Europeans and particularly because three of them featured music from diverse horizons.

Percussionist/art director Julien Lahaye

Jazz Clarinetist Matteo Pastorino

Classical guitarist & vocalist Simon Dégremont


Julien Lahaye, who plays Irani drums, said that Persian music harbored some elements of Indo-Pak Subcontinent.

Further elaborating the origins of his instruments, Julien told that in the ancient Iran members of army were trained in zor-khana under the guidance of a murshid. The drums used in ancient zor-khana survived till this day. 

Matteo who is from Sardinia (Italy) plays jazz while Simon chants classical (Celtic) songs.

Believing on the identicalness of verses’ lingo the trio attempts to set off a dialogue between different cultures by means of poetry.

During the hour-long performance Esharêh also presented original compositions.      


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