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Veteran Actor Vinod Khanna Passes Away At 70, The Bollywood Fraternity Bids Adieu Via Twitter

Vinod Khanna was the original heartthrob during the 70s and 80s era of Bollywood. He worked in over 100 films and performed in iconic films like ‘Amar Akbar and Anthony‘ and ‘The Burning Train‘. Bollywood lost this veteran actor today after fighting a tough battle with cancer. Vinod Khanna’s photo looking fragile and weak went…

Harbhajan Singh Slams Jet Airways Pilot On Twitter For Verbally Assaulting Passengers

Harbhajan Singh was mighty pissed off when he came across an incident where a Jet Airways pilot mistreated a few passengers. He took to twitter to show his displeasure towards this Jet Airways pilot. The incidence was posted by Pooja Singh Gujral, a Bollywood marketing professional who was traveling with Punjabi and Bollywood music director Jatinder Shah, a…

Sonakshi Sinha Blocked Sona Mohapatra Following An Epic Twitter Battle For The Ages

Sonakshi Sinha raised quite a few eyebrows recently. The ‘Noor’ star was in the news after rumours about her performing at Justin Bieber’s concert landed her in hot water with singers around the country. Sonakshi’s trial by fire began when Kailash Kher made a comment in an interview regarding her performing at the concert. He…

Royal Challengers Bangalore Got Out For The Lowest IPL Total Ever, And Twitter Lost It’s Shit!

When people in Kolkata lined up to watch the KKR vs RCB match in Eden Gardens yesterday, little did they know that they will see history in the making. But not a record that they would’ve liked to see, as Royal Challengers Bangalore were all out for 49- the lowest team total in IPL history….

Last Minute Saviour Dhoni Pushes Rising Pune Supergiants To Victory By 6 Wickets And A Dramatic Ending

Today’s match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Rising Pune Supergiants was not less than a thrilling one. As the former set a target of 177 runs, RPS won the match by 6 wickets, and all thanks goes to MS Dhoni who did nothing but be himself, today! The match wasn’t less than an emotional roller coaster…

FIA Officials Beat Up A Woman For Asking For A Toilet Paper In Islamabad Airport

There can be all sorts of reason for getting beaten up. Theft, robbery or an assault that end you up being thrashed in public. BUt here, the reason is a toilet paper. Yes. Perhaps, if you happen to be in Islamabad Airport, you might want to reconsider asking for a toilet paper, in case you don’t…

Ryan Reynolds Appreciation Day: Taking A Look At A Legend’s Wit Through 10 Tweets

Some actors/celebrities are cool. Others redefine boring words like ‘cool’. Case in point, Ryan Reynolds. There are very few people who can recreate careers after playing a real bad Green Lantern. Then go on to become a cult classic as Dead Pool. Let’s just agree that Ryan Reynolds is a pretty damn cool person in general….

April The Giraffe Had A Baby And The Internet Came Up With The Most Bizarre Names!

Asking anything from the internet can be a tricky thing. This incident involving April the Giraffe and her newborn is a very good example of it. To give you context, Animal Adventure Park in New York has a very popular resident – April the Giraffe – and she had a baby just a few days earlier. The…

10 Parody Accounts You Need To Start Following On Twitter Right Away!

Twitter is one hell of a world. Keep the part where things go really serious on the tweeting nest, you get the trolls, the memes and the craziest of hashtags trending. And if you ever went past official accounts, there are parody accounts, that won’t make it less than a live comedy circus. After all,…

Suniel Shetty’s Dialogue From Dhadkan Has Been Given The Meme Treatment And There Is No Telling How Far Twitter Will Take It

There is nothing Indians on Twitter love more than memes and Bollywood. Regardless of time and weather, There is always a minute to spare and make unnecessary jokes that will make this country laugh again. The latest star to receive this treatment is Suniel Shetty, whose movie “Dhadkan” will now forever be remembered as “woh…

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