Friday, July 28, 2017



Will SRK-Deepika’s OSO have a sequel?

AIMAN INAM MUMBAI: If the grapevine is to be considered, Bollywood King Khan wants Om Shanti Om, the blockbuster to have a sequel. According to the details, he took to twitter, "Arre yaar. Let's do it

Titanic director and National Geographic to make an hour-long documentary on the tragedy

AIMAN INAM LOS ANGELES: Sources privy to have reported that Oscar-winning director-writer of Titanic James Cameron has joined forces with National Geographic for making an hour-long documentary

Bollywood Nawaz to launch his autobiography soon!

AIMAN INAM MUMBAI: B-town Nawazuddin Siddiqui talks much about being the victim of discrimination in the industry. Now, he is all geared-up to pen his narrative soon. According to the details, Siddiqui

SRK to feature in DJ Diplo music album!

AIMAN INAM NEW DELHI: Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan has been in the ledes due to his bonding with EDM sensation DJ Diplo. Considering this, sources privy to have learnt that King

Pakistani singer Zain Ali died in inexplicable circumstances!

AIMAN INAM LAHORE: Pakistani vocalist Zain Ali was found dead in Sheikhupura under mystifying state of affairs, reported sources.   According to the details, his corpse was discovered in his friend's

Deepika and Irrfan starrer to release on October 2, 2018!

AIMAN INAM NEW DELHI: Sources privy to have earlier reported that after the success of Piku, the duo of actors Deepika Padukone and Irrfan Khan will share screen space yet again. Now,

Actress Kangana escapes a fatal incident!

AIMAN INAM MUMBAI: B-town actress Kangana Ranaut got severely injured on the set of her upcoming venture titled Manikarnika: The Queen of Jhansi. According to the details, while shooting a sword scene,

Sindh Governor opens a new lounge called ‘Marhaba’ at Jinnah Terminal

SANA MAHMOOD KARACHI: Governor Sindh Muhammad Zubair along-with President DNATA Gary Chapman have inaugurated a new premier lounge for Emirates' business class passengers at the International Departure

LHC strikes down ban on screening Indian content!

AIMAN INAM ISLAMABAD: The Lahore High Court (LHC) has lifted the ban forced by the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) on the broadcasting of Indian content. According to details,


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