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Salman Khan supports Pranabda for President

Last updated on: June 19, 2012 16:54 IST

Salman Khan supports Pranabda for President

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Here's what your favourite Bollywood celebrities are tweeting.
 
Salman Khan is all for Finance Minister Dr Pranab Mukerjee becoming India's next President.

'Pranab da ka banna toh banta hai boss,' he tweeted.

The actor also praised former President A P J Abdul Kalam for opting out of the Presidential race. 'Totally agree Superb gesture by kalaam sir , hats off ! , lots of respect , too deadly na ? Arre boss v have some amazing people too,' he added.

That's not it.
 
Salman went on to praise Aamir Khan for his television show, Satyamev Jayate, which highlights social causes, and referred to him as Teelu, the name of his Andaaz Apna Apna character.

'Wah yaar amirkhan, teeluu ne toh kamaal kar dikha ya, yaar ab jisko hindi nahi aati vo zara pls isko translate karva lena, thank u,' he wrote.

Image: Salman Khan


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Gangs of Wasseypur gets a John Doe order

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The Bombay High Court has passed its first unconditional John Doe order for Anurag Kashyap's upcoming film Gangs of Wasseypur against all defendants limiting them from distributing copies of the film through any means without a license from its producer.

Kashyap says he isn't responsible for the decision and blocking of websites.
 
'The order has been taken by investing parties to protect their investment but they have assured me that it will be used responsibly and I can argue with them about not taking down entire sites and just the URL's and they have assured they will do that, beyond that I actually have no say in the matter legally as its not my money ,but whole sites getting blocked should not happen because of GoW,i will fight fr that. And i have been told that now all studios are taking that order for all releases.'

He justified his stand and added: 'When my films were pirated my investors and studio never blamed me for it but when the studio got a JD order for Gow, the internet blames me. Whatever has to happen it will happen. I am proud of the film i have made n rest i am not going to reply to any accusations of the JD order. FYI so the John Doe orders are taken before every film for last one year and only once in case of 3 were the torrents blocked.'

Image: A scene from Gangs of Wasseypur


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Bipasha Basu, who is on her way to Mumbai from her Singularity shoot in London, shared a picture of herself (above) before heading to the airport. 'Off to mumbai!Will miss my time in London!' she tweeted. 

Amitabh Bachchan, meanwhile, played a joke on his fans. The actor, who recently had a trim, shared a picture of his 'trimed' look. 'Here it is ... the much desired pic after the trim .. love you all,' he tweeted with the picture.

Image: Bipasha Basu


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