First Poster Of Total Dhamaal, Starring Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit And Others


Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Arshad Warsi and others in Total Dhamaal (Courtesy: Twitter)

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“Gear up for the wildest adventure ever,” that’s how actor Ajay Devgn introduced the first poster of his new film Total Dhamaal, also starring Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Arshad Warsi and Riteish Deshmukh. In the poster, these stars can be seen standing next to each other and look very excited. Ajay Devgn leads the gang while Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit and others follow him. “Aaj se hoga sirf Total Dhamaal. Gear up for the wildest adventure ever,” wrote Ajay Devgn, adding that the film’s trailer will be out on January 21. Javed Jaaferi, Johnny Lever and Sanjay Mishra, who are also part of the film, feature in the first poster of Total Dhamaal.

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Earlier this week, Ajay Devgn also revealed that Crystal the monkey, who featured in Hollywood films like Hangover II and Night At The Museum, will be a part of Total Dhamaal. “Say hi to Hollywood’s head-turner Crystal, debuting soon in Bollywood in Total Dhamaal,” he wrote.

 

 

Total Dhamaal is third installment of the successful franchise Dhamaal. Arshad Warsi, Jaaved Jaaferi and Riteish Deshmukh starred in the first two films also.

The film is a reunion of sorts for Ajay Devgn, Madhuri Dixit and Anil Kapoor. Ajay and Madhuri will share screen space after 18 years. 2001’s Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke and Lajja were their last two films together. Anil Kapoor and Madhuri have been co-starred in several hit films of the Nineties and 2000’s Pukar being the last one. They recently teamed up to voice the characters of Baloo and Nisha, respectively for Netflix film Mowgli: Legend Of The Jungle.

Total Dhamaal is directed and co-produced by Indra Kumar. It is scheduled to release on February 22.





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This Is Why Ajay Devgn’s Cameo In Ranveer Singh’s Simmba Wasn’t Kept A Secret


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Director Rohit Shetty, whose Simmba is roaring at the box office, told ZoomTV.com that even though Ranveer Singh is the protagonist of the newly released film, it is still Ajay Devgn’s universe, which is why he decided not keep Ajay Devgn’s cameo as Bajirao Singham secret. “It (Ajay Devgn’s cameo) was always there (in the trailer) because I wanted to prepare the audience that there’s Ajay in the film. Because, if you see the film, for the first time it has happened that a universe is been created. And it’s Ajay’s universe, it’s not Simmba universe. It’s Sigham’s universe, where Singham is the narrator,” he was quoted as saying.

Ajay Devgn is the narrator of Simmba and he appears as Bajirao Singham of the Singham series in the last part of the film. Singham rescues Simmba from the goons and clears his name too. Rohit Shetty added that the other reason why he did not keep Ajay Devgn’s role a secret was because of social media. “Earlier it was a different story when you didn’t have social media or mobile phones. Today, after the first show everybody knows what’s going to happen. So, there is no surprise, surprise kind of a thing. For our films especially, we wanted audience to know that this is Bajirao Singham’s universe where a kid is born.”

Simmba is slaying box office one day at a time. The film has earned Rs 202 crore in 12 days and it is also the third highest earning film of 2018 after “Padmaavat” and Sanju.





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Ajay Chautala Escapes Unhurt In Car Accident, Says Party Spokesman


The car, which was moving at a slow speed, jumped onto a divider. (File)

Jind: 

Jannayak Janata Party (JJP) patron Ajay Singh Chautala had a fortunate escape on Tuesday after his car’s rear tyre came off and the vehicle jumped onto a divider in Jind, a party spokesman said.

Ajay Chautala and JJP’s state unit chief Nishan Singh were on their way to Jind from Narwana when the accident took place, he said.

The car, which was moving at a slow speed, jumped onto a divider after its rear tyre came off, the spokesman said, adding that no one was injured in the mishap.

The JJP was formed last month after a split in the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) following a bitter power struggle between Ajay Chautala and Abhay Singh Chautala.





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As Simmba Scores Big At The Box Office, Ranveer Singh, Rohit Shetty, Sara Ali Khan Celebrate Success With Deepika Padukone, Kajol, Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar And Others


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Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan and Rohit Shetty celebrated the success of their recently released film Simmba with a star-studded party in Mumbai on Monday. Simmba, a cop action saga, which is having phenomenal run at the box office, is inches away from cruising past the Rs 200 crore mark . The success bash was attended by Deepika Padukone, who arrived solo at the party venue. Ajay Devgn, who has an extended cameo in the film arrived with wife Kajol. Akshay Kumar was also part of the celebration. Producer Karan Johar, ace fashion designer Manish Malhotra, Shweta Bachchan were among others who attended the bash. Flashbulbs popped incessantly as the celebrities checked in at the success party on Monday night. An overwhelmed Ranveer Singh was all smiles and waved for the paparazzi waiting outside the party venue. Ranveer and Deepika arrived at the party in their respective cars. Sonu Sood, who is playing the antagonist in the film checked in at the party with wife Sonali.

 

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Simmba, which hit the screens close to two weeks ago, continues to roar at the box office. Within five days, the Rohit Shetty-directed film went past the Rs 100 crore mark. Simmba toppled the collections of Ranveer Singh’s Bajirao Mastani, which had a lifetime collection of Rs 184.20 crore to become his second highest grosser. A Box Office India report had stated that Simmba‘s lifetime collection is expected to be close to Rs 250 crore depending on how the film fares on the third and fourth week. “The lifetime collections have a shot at Rs 250 crore (nett) but it will depend on the holds in week three and week four,” the report stated.” Simmba has also found a spot on the list of highest earning films of 2018.

 

 

Simmba marks Ranveer Singh’s first collaboration with Rohit Shetty. Ranveer, who is playing the titular role in film, in an interview to news agency IANS assigned the credit of the success of the film to the filmmaker. “I want to thank Rohit Shetty for believing in me and making me his hero. Rohit’s vision propelled by the collective effort of his entire team has been the sole reason behind Simmba hitting the bull’s eye. It has been an absolute honour to work with him and his stellar team. Their large-hearted mentoring and exemplary work ethic has spurred a tremendous growth in me as a performer,” IANs quoted the 33-year-old actor as saying.





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Delhi: After the resignation of Ajay Maken, new PCC can be made soon


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Ajay Maken Resigns As Delhi Congress Chief, May Get New Central Role


Former Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken met Rahul Gandhi last night before announcing his resignation

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Ajay Maken has resigned as chief of the Congress in Delhi, months before the national election due this year. Congress president Rahul Gandhi has accepted his resignation, say sources. The 54-year-old took over as Delhi Congress president four years ago, after the party was decimated in state polls after three terms in power.

He is believed to have given health reasons for resigning. But sources say there is a possibility of Ajay Maken being given a new central role or even contesting the Lok Sabha election.

Mr Maken met Rahul Gandhi last night before announcing his resignation in a tweet. “After the 2015 assembly election, in the past four years as Delhi Congress resident, I received immense love and support from Rahul Gandhi, workers and the media. It was not easy in these difficult circumstances. I am grateful,” he tweeted in Hindi.

Three months ago, the Congress had denied reports of Mr Maken’s resignation and had said he had “temporarily stepped down” because of a health problem.

Mr Maken went for treatment abroad around the time. Congress leader PC Chacko “filled in” for him.

A two-time parliamentarian and former union minister, Mr Maken replaced Arvinder Singh Lovely as Delhi Congress chief.

He had resigned once before in May 2017 when the party did not perform well in civic polls. But he took it back reportedly after Rahul Gandhi, then vice president, asked him to continue.

Mr Maken was seen to have differences with the central leadership over the possibility of an understanding between the Congress and Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which ended the Sheila Dikshit-led Congress government’s 15-year run in 2013.

Mr Maken was strongly opposed to a tie-up with AAP for the national election, which presents the Congress with a dilemma at a time it is trying to rally all opposition forces against the BJP.





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Badhaai Ho Director On The Success Of His Film And His Next Project With Ajay Devgn


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The unprecedented success of Badhaai Ho – a Bollywood potboiler with a difference – has set new precedents. Director Amit Sharma, now ready to help a film about football coach Syed Abdul Rahim, says his edge as a filmmaker lies in the fact that he likes chasing big ideas.

It is something he did with the theme of Badhaai Ho, about a 50-plus mother of two who has to face brickbats within and outside home due to an accidental pregnancy.

A subject hardly explored on the Indian screen, the movie has been embraced by the audience owing to its breezy, light-hearted and entertaining treatment, enhanced further by superlative performances by a cast including Ayushmann Khurrana, Neena Gupta, Gajraj Rao, Surekha Sikri and Sanya Malhotra.

“I believe the audience has always been sensible with their approach in cinema; their views keep shifting from time to time. You see the wave of Indian cinema changing every couple of years,” said the filmmaker.

“The concentration on the genre of films that are made keeps shifting. And when it’s an overload for the audience, it shifts again. Anything that is fresh is always welcomed,” Amit Sharma told IANS via an email interview.

As someone who has worked extensively in the ad film world, Amit Sharma, who made his feature film debut with the 2015 movie Tevar, has a knack for bringing something new to the table.

Commenting on that, the Chrome Pictures co-founder said: “Anybody working on ads is prone to concentrating on the little details. The repeatability of an ad film is much more than a feature. I guess that’s why ad film makers approach a feature differently, and that is reflected in the films they choose,” he added.

“I like chasing a bigger idea, and I think that has given me the edge as a filmmaker. Badhaai Ho is an idea driven film and my future scripts too will be strong on that front,” he added.

Amit Sharma’s next is on the golden years of Indian football between 1951 and 1962. The film, starring Ajay Devgn, will focus on the life on football player and coach Syed Abdul Rahim.

“We are currently in the pre-production phase. It’s a period film. We are still gathering facts about that time. At this point I can’t reveal more, but the film is set to go on floors soon,” he said.

The film will be about Syed Abdul Rahim’s struggles and his achievements.

“He was a great human being. I think our film will find a connect with all age groups,” Amit Sharma added.

How does he balance content and commerce?

“There is no formula that I am aware of. I approach every project with sincerity and put my heart to it.

“I like working on stories that I believe in, stories that move me. And I do my best to do justice to these stories. It is pleasing to know that the audience too seems to like it.”

Apart from the yet untitled film on Syed Abdul Rahim, Sharma said the Chrome Pictures team is developing some interesting concepts.

“You will see some more exciting work under the Chrome banner. There are a few scripts which are about to get locked, and you will soon hear the news.

“Considering that Badhaai Ho is the first feature from an ad film production house to cross the Rs 200 crore mark, we are driven to venture into other mediums and deliver new ideas to the respective platforms,” Sharma said.





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Madhya Pradesh Elections 2018: senior congress leader ajay singh can lose churhat assembly seat to bjp after 25 years


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Ajay Rohera Sets World Record For A Batsman On First-Class Debut


Ajay Rohera Sets World Record For A Batsman On First-Class Debut


Ajay Rohera etched his name in first-class cricket history. © Instagram


Ajay Rohera etched his name in first-class cricket history by scoring the highest runs by any batsmen on debut. Making his debut at the age of 21 for Madhya Pradesh’s Ranji team, Ajay Rohera stayed unbeaten on 267 runs against Hyderabad in the Elite Group B match at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore. Rohera’s double century not only helped him break the previous record of 260 runs held by Amol Muzumdar for Mumbai in 2014 but also helped Madhya Pradesh win the match by an innings and 253 runs. Former Mumbai cricketer Anmol, himself took to Twitter to congratulate Rohera for his effort and said, “records are meant to be broken”.

The wicket-keeper batsman Rohera’s record-setting knock was laced with 21 boundaries and 5 hits over the fence. He had built his innings by playing 345 deliveries cautiously.

Rohera, apart from his match-winning knock which helped him set a new record in first-class cricket, also became the highest run-scorer for Madhya Pradesh.

The previous highest individual score overall record was held by JP Yadav, who had 265 runs to his name.

Madhya Pradesh, who were handed a huge boost by their debutant, are currently on second spot in the Elite Group A and B table after five matches, trailing to Saurashtra by a point.

Madhya Pradesh will play their next Ranji match at the Feroz Shah Kotla against Delhi from December 22.








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INLD Leaders Resign In Show Of Support To Ajay Chautala, Sons


A rally will be held in Jind by the supporters of Ajay Chautala on December 9.

Kaithal (Haryana): 

Followers of expelled Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) leaders Ajay Singh Chautala and his sons Dushyant Singh and Digvijay Chautala, along with select senior leaders of the party, have submitted their resignations.

The supporters of Ajay Chautala and his sons submitted their resignations on Monday, reportedly owing to unacceptable treatment of the ousted leaders by the party.

Dushyant Singh’s supporters further said a rally will be held in Jind on December 9 in order to show their support to Mr Singh.

Former Haryana chief minister and INLD Chief Om Prakash Chautala on November 14 had removed his son Ajay Singh Chautala from the post of the party’s state unit secretary general and also expelled him from the party’s primary membership for allegedly “vitiating the party discipline.”

This came nearly two weeks after Dushyant Chautala and his brother Digvijay were expelled from the primary membership of the party with immediate effect.

Dushyant, a Member of Parliament (MP) from Hisar, was also removed from the post of leader of the INLD Parliamentary Board.

Both, Dushyant Singh and Digvijay Chautala were accused of indiscipline, hooliganism and spreading disaffection within the party against the party leadership during the birthday celebrations of former deputy prime minister Chaudhary Devi Lal in Gohana on October 7.





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