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Last updated on: February 2, 2013 10:11 IST

Rakhi Sawant's nautanki at Stardust awards

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Everyone knows that Drama Queen Rakhi Sawant loves to be in headlines for her spicy comments. And, this controversy queen who was present at Stardust Awards 2013, utilized every second to be in limelight by her outrageous avatar. Have no idea as what adjective to use for her costume, but according to her, she was looking far hot and sexy than other ladies present at the event. It was not only the Bollywood actresses on her hit list, but also, the very famous designer Manish Malhotra. Manish, do check out what this drama lady has to say about your designs. Well, we want to ask one question Rakhi, were you paid by the Stardust Award's organizers for this comedy act?

 


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Mohit Suri-Udita Goswami's wedding

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After low-key sangeet and mehndi ceremonies, actress Udita Goswami got married to director Mohit Suri (of Zeher, Kalyug, Woh Lamhe, Raaz: The Mystery Contrinues, Murder 2 fame) in a traditional Punjabi ceremony at Hare Rama Hare Krishna temple in Juhu, a western Mumbai suburb, on January 29.



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Shahrukh Khan hits back

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Barely few days after his controversial article appeared in Outlook, Shah Rukh addressed the media to launch The Times of India Film Awards in Mumbai. He said that he and his family were completely safe and secure in India, and denied saying that he had faced any security problems in India.

The commotion started after Pakistan's Interior Minister Rahman Malik said on Monday that India should take care of Khan's security, drawing sharp reactions from the government as well as the political class, saying that Pakistan should be more worried over the security of its citizens.
"My own family and friends are like a mini India... where all religions, professions and a few wrongs included, are treated with tolerance and understanding and regard for each other. I stand indebted to my audience in my country and around the world. It is sad that I have to say it to prove it, in my country, which my father fought for, during the Independence struggle," the actor told the media.


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I am hurt, but calm: Kamal Haasan

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Kamal Haasan is not new to controversy. The latest one to rock his professional life was one surrounding Vishwaroopam, the actor-filmmaker's latest release. While the Tamilnadu release of the film is in jeopardy because of certain Muslim groups objecting to the film,, the Hindi version released on Friday.

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Unseen letters of Gandhi create a buzz

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A collection of letters from Mahatma Gandhi, to his 'friend' Hermann Kallenbach in South Africa, generated speculation on the nature of their relationship, while providing fresh insight on Gandhi's initial time in South Africa. In one of the letters, Gandhi has addressed Kallenbach as 'My Dear Lower House' and signed off as 'Yours Sinly, Upper House' that aroused queries about the proximity of his relationship with the German-born Kallenbach. However, historian Gurpreet Maini dismissed any such notion and termed the friendship between Gandhi and Kallenbach as 'platonic'. The letters, papers and photographs that shed new light on Mahatma Gandhi and his time in South Africa are on display at the National Archives in New Delhi, after they were auctioned in London.
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