Karan Johar Sipped Koffee With Kajol And Ajay Devgn And ‘All Is Well’


Kajol, Karan Johar and Ajay Devgn on the sets of Koffee With Karan 6. (Image courtesy: Twitter)

New Delhi: 

One would expect a big bang after putting Kajol and Ajay Devgn together on Karan Johar’s Koffee couch, but the actress says, “All is well” with a mischievous wink emoticon. The caption could also indicate that ‘all is well’ between Karan Johar and Ajay Devgn, who featured in headlines after their much-publicised falling out during the promotions of their films Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and Shivaay, respectively, in 2016 (more about that later). The fight also soured Kajol and KJo’s relationship, who mended their bond several months later after she called up to congratulate her Kuch Kuch Hota Hai director after the birth of his twins. Kajol posted a BTS video from the sets of Koffee With Karan 6 after filming the episode with her actor husband. The couple and the host looked happy and boy, we cannot wait for this episode to air.

Here’s the video:

 

 

Kajol also shared two pictures from the sets of the show on Instagram story:

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Screenshots from Kajol’s Instagram story. (Image courtesy: Instagram)

In 2016, Ajay Devgn’s Shivaay battled Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil at the box office and things got worse after Ajay alleged Karan was paying for good reviews of his film. Kajol had supported Ajay at that time. KJo also wrote about the clash and the impact it had on their relationship in his autobiography, titled An Unsuitable Boy. “The problem was actually never between her and me. It was between her husband and me. I felt that she’s not going to acknowledge 25 years of friendship, if she wants to support her husband, then that’s her prerogative,” he wrote.

But like Kajol said, “All is well.”

We hope to see some hilarious and emotional moments in this episode of Koffee With Karan 6.





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Amid Family Feud, Ajay Chautala Hits Back At Critics For Calling Party Meet


Ajay Chautala is serving a 10-year jail term along with his father. (File)

Chandigarh: 

Pitted against his younger brother Abhay Chautala amid a power struggle within the INLD, its secretary general Ajay Chautala on Tuesday hit out at his critics for dubbing a party meet, convened by him, as “unconstitutional”.

Ajay Chautala on Monday wrote a letter inviting the INLD’s sitting and former MPs and MLAs, besides other office bearers for a state executive meet in Jind on November 17.

Reacting to Ajay Chautala’s plans to convene the meet, Indian National Lok Dal spokesperson Praveen Attrey questioned his authority. “As per the party constitution, only national president (Om Prakash Chautala) or state president (Ashok Arora) or someone authorised by them has the right to call a meeting of the state executive,” he said.

Ajay Chautala, however, has not been authorised to calling a party meeting and therefore, it is “unconstitutional”, he added.

INLD MP Charanjit Singh Rori too decided to stay away from the November 17 meeting, describing it as “unauthorised”.

The objections to Ajay Chautala’s move to convene the meeting surfaced amid a festering family feud, which saw two of his sons – Hisar MP Dushyant Chautala and younger one Digvijay Chautala being “expelled” from the INLD on November 2 by an order they have refused to accept.

Ajay Chautala, who is serving a 10-year jail term along with his father and former Chief Minister OP Chautala in a teachers’ recruitment scam in the state, is currently out on a two-week parole. Ajay has been critical of the action against his sons.

Talking to reporters on Tuesday on the sidelines of a meeting with his supporters in Sonipat, Ajay Chautala said, “Party’s supremo is its president, but even he too does not issue letters. On his directions, office secretary issues such letters.”

 “Secretary General (of the party) has the responsibility to run its affairs, those who are dubbing the (Jind) meeting as unconstitutional should read the (party) constitution first,” he asserted.

His son Digvijay Chautala, who was in Sirsa Tuesday, too hit out at INLD spokesperson Attrey and asked, “Will a person who has been in party for one or two years or someone (Ajay Chautala) who has given 40 years of his life to it, decide who has the right to summon a meeting?”

There are some people in the party including a few retired bureaucrats “who can go to any extent to escalate things for their vested interest”, Digvijay Chautala told reporters in Sirsa.

Asked about party MP Rori decision to stay away from the November 17 meeting, he said, “When Rori says he will not attend the meeting, it becomes clear at whose behest he is saying so.”

Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who was in Karnal, took a swipe at the ongoing feud in the Chautala family, saying there are “too many claimants for the chief minister’s post” in both the Congress and the INLD.

Asked about the feud in Chautala family, Mr Khattar said, “There is infighting in both parties in the state as there are too many claimants for the chief minister’s post.”

He said he does not want to comment on the internal affairs of the two parties, but added, “Be it the Congress or the INLD, the situation is bad in both the parties.” 





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Amit Family Feud, Ajay Chautala Hits Back At Critics For Calling Party Meet


Ajay Chautala is serving a 10-year jail term along with his father. (File)

Puducherry: 

Pitted against his younger brother Abhay Chautala in a power struggle within the INLD, its secretary general Ajay Chautala Tuesday hit out at his detractors for dubbing a party meet, convened by him, as “unconstitutional”.

Ajay Chautala wrote Monday a letter inviting the INLD’s sitting and former MPs and MLAs, besides other office bearers for a state executive meet in Jind on November 17.

Reacting to Ajay Chautala’s plans to convene the meet, Indian National Lok Dal spokesperson Praveen Attrey has questioned his authority to call it.

“As per the party constitution, only national president (Om Prakash Chautala) or state president (Ashok Arora) or someone authorised by them has the right to call a meeting of the state executive,” he said.

Ajay Chautala, however, has not been authorised to calling a party meeting and therefore, it is “unconstitutional”, he added.

INLD MP Charanjit Singh Rori too has decided to stay away from the November 17 meeting, describing it as “unauthorised”.

 The objections to Ajay Chautala’s move to convene the meeting surfaced amid a festering family feud, which saw two of his sons – Hisar MP Dushyant Chautala and younger one Digvijay Chautala being “expelled” from the INLD on November 2 by an order they have refused to accept.

Ajay Chautala, who is serving a 10-year jail term along with his father and former Chief Minister O P Chautala in a teachers’ recruitment scam in the state, is currently out on a two-week parole. Ajay has been critical of the action against his sons.

 Talking to reporters on Tuesday on the sidelines of a meeting with his supporters in Sonipat, Ajay Chautala said, “Party’s supremo is its president, but even he too does not issue letters. On his directions, office secretary issues such letters.”

 “Secretary General (of the party) has the responsibility to run its affairs, those who are dubbing the (Jind) meeting as unconstitutional should read the (party) constitution first,” he asserted.

His son Digvijay Chautala, who was in Sirsa Tuesday, too hit out at INLD spokesperson Attrey and asked, “Will a person who has been in party for one or two years or someone (Ajay Chautala) who has given 40 years of his life to it, decide who has the right to summon a meeting?”

There are some people in the party including a few retired bureaucrats “who can go to any extent to escalate things for their vested interest”, Digvijay Chautala told reporters in Sirsa.

Asked about party MP Rori decision to stay away from the November 17 meeting, he said, “When Rori says he will not attend the meeting, it becomes clear at whose behest he is saying so.”

Meanwhile, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, who was in Karnal, took a swipe at the ongoing feud in the Chautala family, saying there are “too many claimants for the chief minister’s post” in both the Congress and the INLD.

Asked about the feud in Chautala family, Mr Khattar said, “There is infighting in both parties in the state as there are too many claimants for the chief minister’s post.”

He said he does not want to comment on the internal affairs of the two parties, but added, “Be it the Congress or the INLD, the situation is bad in both the parties.” 





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Supreme Gets 4 New Judges, CJI administers oath to Justices Hemant Gupta, R Subhash Reddy, M R Shah and Ajay Rastogi


नई दिल्ली: सुप्रीम कोर्ट को चार नए जज मिल गए हैं. जस्टिस हेमंत गुप्ता, जस्टिस आर. सुभाष रेड्डी, जस्टिस एमआर शाह तथा जस्टिस अजय रस्तोगी ने सुप्रीम कोर्ट के जज के तौर पर शपथ ली. सिफारिश के बाद एक दिन में ही राष्ट्रपति ने चारों जजों की नियुक्ति के वारंट जारी कर दिए. हाईकोर्ट के चार चीफ जस्टिस आर सुभाष रेड्डी, जस्टिस हेमंत गुप्ता, जस्टिस एमआर शाह और जस्टिस अजय रस्तोगी को सुप्रीम कोर्ट का जज बनाया गया है.

सुप्रीम कोर्ट में जजों के कुल 31 पद स्वीकृत हैं. अब सर्वोच्च न्यायालय में जजों की संख्या 28 हो गई है. 30 अक्टूबर को  सुप्रीम कोर्ट में पांच जजों के कॉलेजियम ने चार नए जजों की नियुक्ति पर स्वीकृति दे दी थी और फिर 31 अक्तूबर को केंद्र सरकार को सिफारिश भेज दी थी.

अब सुप्रीम कोर्ट भी बना पर्यटन स्थल, हर शनिवार को घूम सकेंगे आम लोग


गुजरात उच्च न्यायालय के मुख्य न्यायाधीश सुभाष रेड्डी, मध्य प्रदेश उच्च न्यायालय के मुख्य न्यायाधीश न्यायमूर्ति हेमंत गुप्ता, पटना उच्च न्यायालय के मुख्य न्यायाधीश एमआर शाह और त्रिपुरा उच्च न्यायालय के मुख्य न्यायाधीश अजय रस्तोगी की पदोन्नति की सिफारिश सर्वसम्मति से की गई.

सुप्रीम कोर्ट में इस साल के अंत तक दो जजों की सीटें खाली हो रही हैं. जस्टिस कुरियन जोसेफ नवंबर में और जस्टिस एमबी लोकुर दिसंबर में सेवानिवृत्त हो रहे हैं. इसके अलावा जस्टिस एके सीकरी भी अगले साल मार्च में रिटायर हो जाएंगे. इससे पहले अगस्त महीने में ही सुप्रीम कोर्ट में जस्टिस इंदिरा बनर्जी, जस्टिस विनीत सरण और जस्टिस केएम जोसेफ को नियुक्त किया गया था.

टिप्पणियां

आपराधिक मामलों में दोषी ठहराए गए नेता नहीं लड़ सकेंगे चुनाव, सुप्रीम कोर्ट करेगा याचिका पर सुनवाई

सिफारिश के 48 घंटे के भीतर सुप्रीम कोर्ट के जजों की नियुक्ति का ये पहला मामला. नए जज शुक्रवार को शपथ लेंगे. CJI रंजन गोगोई, जस्टिस मदन बी लोकुर, जस्टिस कुरियन जोसफ, जस्टिस एके सीकरी और जस्टिस एसए बोबडे के कॉलेजियम ने इनकी सिफारिश की थी.



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Delhi Congress Chief Ajay Maken Will Launch Lok Sampark Abhiyan Today


Ajay Maken will launch his campaign from the New Delhi Parliamentary constituency. (File)

New Delhi: 

Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) president Ajay Maken will launch the ‘Lok Sampark Abhiyan’ (public outreach campaign) today from the New Delhi Parliamentary constituency, a party spokesperson said on Sunday.

The programme will be launched at 4 pm at Sant Ravidas Chowk, Pyarelal Road near Karol Bagh MCD Zonal office of the constituency, DPCC chief spokesperson Sharmistha Mukherjee.

During the programme, the party workers will carry out a door-to-door campaign to apprise people of the “failures and unfulfilled promises” of the Modi government at the Centre and the Kejriwal government in Delhi, she said.

Two booklets – pertaining to “false promises made by the Modi government and corruption in Kejriwal government” – will be distributed among three lakh Congress workers in Delhi to “expose” both the dispensations, Ms Mukherjee added. The booklets were released by the Congress on Sunday.

The workers will also collect donations from every block for the party fund, Ms Mukherjee said.

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi had promised to provide two crore jobs to youths per year but in the four and a half years, the government could generate only about 5 lakh jobs. Similarly, the Kejriwal government, which had promised 15 lakh employment in five years, could provide only 388 jobs in three and a half years,” she said.

“The Modi government at the Centre and the Kejriwal government in Delhi remain in the limelight through headline management and advertisements at the cost of thousands of crores of rupees to the exchequer,” Ms Mukherjee added.





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Kajol Ruk Ruk Song Helicopter Eela Ajay Devgn Vijaypath Tabu Reacts


नई दिल्ली: बॉलीवुड एक्ट्रेस काजोल (Kajol) फिल्म ‘हेलीकॉप्टर ईला (Helicopter Eela)’ से कमबैक करने जा रही हैं. अजय देवगन प्रोडक्शन्स की इस फिल्म में काजोल एक मां का किरदार निभाएंगी जो अपने बेटे के कॉलेज में पढ़ने जाती हैं. फिल्म का ट्रेलर काफी दिलचस्प है और गानों को भी खासा पसंद किया जा रहा है. इसी बीच मेकर्स ने फिल्म का नया सॉन्ग ‘रुक रुक (Ruk Ruk Song)’ रिलीज किया है, जिसमें कोजाल काफी मजेदार अंदाज में दिख रही हैं. मालूम हो कि, ‘रुक रुक’ गाना 24 साल पुरानी फिल्म ‘विजयपथ’ का है, जिसमें अजय देवगन और तब्बू ने लीड रोल निभाया था. 1994 में आई इस फिल्म के गाने में तब्बू, अजय देवगन को मनाती नजर आई थीं.

सपना चौधरी को टक्कर देने चलीं भोजपुरी एक्ट्रेस, ‘तेरी आंख्या का यो काजल’ पर किया गजब डांस- देखें Video

देखें, वीडियो…

देखें, तब्बू-अजय का वीडियो…

अजय देवगन ने पोस्ट किया बीवी काजोल का मोबाइल नंबर, ट्विटर पर मचा हड़कंप; पढ़ें 8 रिएक्शन

‘रुक रुक’ के नए वर्जन की तारीफ तब्बू ने की है. काजोल के साथ अपनी एक तस्वीर साझा करते हुए उन्होंने लिखा कि इस गाने को जरूर देखें.

 

Bigg Boss 12: अनूप जलोटा ने ‘बिग बॉस’ में जसलीन से कहा, तुम टमाटर को कहो प्याज तो हम प्याज कहेंगे

टिप्पणियां


बता दें, काजोल जल्द ही फिल्म ‘हेलीकॉप्टर ईला’ में नजर आएंगी. मितेश शाह द्वारा लिखित ‘हेलीकॉप्टर ईला’ में काजोल अकेली मां और महत्वाकांक्षी सिंगर की भूमिका में हैं. प्रदीप सरकार के निर्देशन में बनी इस फिल्म में नेशनल अवॉर्ड एक्टर रिद्धि सेन अहम भूमिका में हैं. इसमें वह काजोल के बेटे का कैरेक्टर प्ले कर रहे हैं. यह फिल्म अजय देवगन और पेन इंडिया लिमिटेड के जयंतीलाल गाडा द्वारा सह-निर्मित है. ‘हेलीकॉप्टर ईला’ 12 अक्टूबर को रिलीज होगी.

…और भी हैं बॉलीवुड से जुड़ी ढेरों ख़बरें…





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Ajay Devgn Tweets What Appears To Be Kajol’s Number, To Twitter’s Astonishment


New Delhi: 

An inexplicable tweet appeared on actor Ajay Devgn’s Twitter this evening making public his wife Kajol’s phone number. The tweet, apropos of nothing, simply said “Kajol not in country, co-ordinate with her on WhatsApp xxxxxxxxxx.” At the time of writing this, the tweet had still not been taken down and has been retweeted over a thousand times and counting with both Ajay Devgn and Kajol zooming up the trending list. No similar message was posted on the actor’s Instagram nor did Mr Devgn’s Twitter appear to have been hacked in any way. Twitter , unsurprisingly utterly baffled by the tweet, reacted with both consternation and concern. Some users posted screenshots of their WhatsApp messages to the number tweeted urging Kajol, if it is indeed her number, to switch off her phone.

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Screenshot of the tweet posted on Ajay Devgn’s official Twitter handlee

Unlike the accounts of Kriti Sanon, Abhishek Bachchan, Anupam Kher and others who have had their Twitter accounts hacked in the last few months, no other disturbing or suspect content was posted from Ajay Devgn’s Twitter. There has been no response from Kajol, currently promoting her new film Helicopter Eela, on social media. Meantime, Twitter remains befuddled by current goings on.

Ajay Devgn is sporadically active on social media, reserving his posts for occasions such as a film release, festival or for personal events. Days ago, he shared a birthday wish for his eight-year-old son Yug.

Ajay Devgn, 49, last seen in Raid this year, is currently working on a film based on the battle of Saragarhi. Sons Of Sardaar, a riff on the name of Ajay’s earlier film Son Of Sardar but unconnected to it, is one of several films on this chapter from India’s war history currently being made.

Kajol, who appeared opposite Dhanush in the Tamil film VIP 2 last, has Helicopter Eela out next month.





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India Must Shed ‘Largest Arms Importer’ Tag, Says Defence Production Secretary Ajay Kumar


Public-private partnership in defence in the country is being encouraged to step up arms exports

Kolkata: 

The secretary in the department of defence production (DP) Ajay Kumar today said India has overtaken China as the world’s largest arms importer and should shed the tag.

He said the public-private partnership in defence in the country is being encouraged to step up arms exports and licensing system in some items that had been liberalised.

“India is the world’s largest arms importer, a place which earlier belonged to China”, he said over video conference from Delhi at a seminar organised by Bharat Chamber of Commerce on Friday.

Mr Kumar said, “If China could (reduce dependence on imports productions) then why cannot India”?

Citing the instance of Mexico, he said the central American country has established a huge aero-manufacturing base and exports to the US and Europe.

According to MR Kumar, the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council are responsible for 74 per cent of the global arms trade. “What part of that pie we need to have?” he asked, adding that many countries were willing to buy arms from India.

Mr Kumar said that testing infrastructure would be set up for the private sector also.

Former chief of Air Staff Arup Raha said, “unfortunately India continues to depend on imports for high-end weapon systems”. 





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ajay maken says Center and Delhi governments are sleeping on the issue of sealing


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Kajol Picks Shah Rukh Khan And Ajay Devgn As Her Classmates But Rejects Aamir Khan. Here’s Why


Kajol on the sets of India’s Best Dramebaaz.

New Delhi: 

Kajol is busy promoting her upcoming film Helicopter Eela, in which she plays the eponymous Eela, who joins her son’s college to complete her education. When Kajol was promoting her film on India’s Best Dramebaaz, she was asked who from the film industry she would choose as her classmate(s). Of course, her actor husband Ajay Devgn was one of her top recruits along with her Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge co-star Shah Rukh Khan. However, she out rightly rejected actor Aamir Khan as a pick for her class fellow. “I would love to have Shah Rukh Khan and Ajay Devgn as my classmates as both of them would be backbenchers like me and together, we can have lots of fun. I would never want Aamir Khan in my class because he comes across like someone who would be a teacher’s favourite. I will definitely end up in trouble as he will keep complaining about me to the teachers,” she said on the show.

Kajol and Aamir Khan have co-starred in two films – Fanaa and Ishq. In the latter film, she was paired opposite Ajay Devgn. However, with Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol has made films such as Baazigar, Karan Arjun, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham to name a few. Shah Rukh and Kajol’s last film Dilwale released in 2015.

Back to Helicopter Eela – Kajol co-stars in the film with National Award-winning actor Riddhi Sen. The film is directed by Pradeep Sarkar and produced by Ajay Devgn. The film also features Tota Roy Chowdhury and Neha Dhupia and it is expected to open in theatres on September 7.





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