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Controversial Modi, Kareena's Herione and more

Last updated on: July 28, 2012 09:12 IST

Controversial Narendra Modi Interview

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In a candid interview to a popular local Urdu weekly, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has affirmed that he should be hanged if found guily in the 2002 communal riots.
The interview, which was published on the cover-page of the Urdu weekly Nai Duniya, was conducted by Shahid Siddiqui, the editor and a former Rajya Sabha MP from the Samajwadi Party.
Rediff.com has a recording of this interview in its possession, Listen to what Modi has to say!



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FIRST LOOK: Kareena Kapoor 's HEROINE

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A Bollywood star, hated for being 'moody, sanki (mad) and overemotional',  rides a wave of success in her career until a dramatic event changes her life completely. That in a nutshell seems to be the story of Madhur Bhandarkar's much-awaited film Heroine, if the film's trailer which released yesterday is to be believed.
In the three-minute trailer, 'Heroine' Kareena Kapoor is seen in many avatars in the film. Confidently 'manipulating' her contemporaries, ripping apart a journalist at a press conference, steaming up the screen with co-star Arjun Rampal and dancing to the raunchy Halkat Jawani, Kareena Kapoor looks gorgeous and might just already have an eye on the awards.
Check the trailer and rate yourself!



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MUST WATCH:Big B carries the Olympic torch

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Amid cheers from hundreds of fans, Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan carried the Olympic torch at Southwark in London on Thursday, a day before the opening ceremony of the sporting spectacle.
The 69-year-old actor, wearing a white track suit, covered a 300-metre distance, running and walking occasionally, and waved to the cheering crowd, as the Olympic Games torch relay entered the 69th day.
Ahead of his participation in the relay, Bachchan said it was a "proud moment" for him and the country to be invited to carry the Olympic flame.



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Infant dies as father can't pay Rs 200

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In a shocking incident, a five-day newborn child died in a civil hospital in Jalandhar district of Punjab, as the parents alleged that the doctors had removed the baby from the incubator as they failed to pay Rs.200.
The baby girl was born on Friday and was kept in incubator, as it was a premature birth. Father of the dead infant, Sanjeev Kumar said that the removal of the child from the incubator over non-payment of dues led to the demise of his baby.
Meanwhile, the senior medical officer, Mahender Singh disagreed with the allegations levelled by the family members.



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London Paan wala a hit with Big B, SRK, Sachin

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Meet London's Prince paan wala!In London this paan wala though his shop is only 2 years old has become the stop for Indian celebrities. The likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Kajol and many more enjoy his Bhel puri, chaat items and his delicious paans.Are you in London this Olympic, try his paans!

Video by : Harish Kotian



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Don't remind moments with Bebo: Arjun Rampal

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Madhur Bhandarkar's Heroine was launched with much fanfare with the director and the film's cast, Kareena Kapoor and Arjun Rampal, at Cinemax theatre, Versova, a western suburb of Mumbai.
During the press conference Rampal was asked, nny inhibitions about doing intimate scenes with Kareena?
"Don't remind me of such moments," he laughed. "They were very wonderful moments. They will stay with me for the rest of my life.
Every time I am in a bad mood I shut my eyes and I remember those moments and I have a big smile on my face," he said jokingly.  



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Rajesh Khanna's message to his fans

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Hear from Rajesh Khanna himself  how the SUPERSTAR became heart-throb of an entire nation!



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