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Spreading the flavour of diverse Konkani culture, traditions, music and language among its diaspora settled in Auckland is “Susegad Danpaar
Iconic actor and filmmaker Jackie Chan, who arrived in Mumbai on Monday, January 23 for promoting his upcoming Sino-Indian film Kung Fu Yoga, says he would like to act in Bollywood films and loves Indian culture, food and people.
Here's what the stars have in store for you this week.
By now, you would already be aware that superstar Salman Khan is coming to New Zealand. Da Bang—The Tour is expected to be the biggest ever Bollywood show in the country and will be held on April 21 at Vector Arena, Auckland.
Indian actress Priyanka Chopra has won her second People's Choice Award in the category of "Favourite Dramatic TV Actress" for the American drama TV series Quantico.
National Award winning actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui, who has worked with Shah Rukh Khan in the forthcoming film "Raees", says the superstar comes to the set devoid of any airs.
Bollywood actor Salman Khan was on Wednesday acquitted by a court here in an Arms Act case in which he is alleged to have killed blackbucks in 1998.
Indian Weekender is giving out free tickets to watch Sunil Grover live in Auckland on February 4.
Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who was present at the launch of filmmaker Karan Johar's autobiography An Unsuitable Boy in Mumbai on Monday, January 16 said Karan is an intelligent and sensitive man with a gifted quality to understand human emotions.
If I were a woman I would draw one eyebrow way higher than the other and spend my whole life looking wildly sceptical about everything.

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