Madhuri Dixit's first look from debut Marathi film

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Actress Madhuri Dixit is all set for her debut Marathi film Bucket List. Her first look from the film, which was revealed on Sunday evening, has gained one of the top spots on today's trending list. The poster features Madhuri in a traditional green sari, a round red bindi and a mangalsutra. And here is the first look of my first Marathi film Bucket List," she wrote, adding the hashtag "Sankranti Surprise. It is a story of every household yet, it has a silver lining. It not only gives you hope and inspiration but also encourages you to live life in the true sense. The most fascinating factor for me to choose it is that it is going to carve a niche in everyone's heart," Madhuri, 50, earlier said.

Here's Madhuri's first look from Bucket List.

Bucket List is Madhuri Dixit's first Marathi project, despite having spent over 30 years in the industry. Marathi cinema is evolving so beautifully and seeing such incredible stories being told makes me beam with pride. I have received a number of scripts over the years, since doing a Marathi film was always something I was open to. But the scripts didn't excite me as this one did. When I read this script, it stood out and with the amazing team behind it, I knew that this is what I wanted to be a part of," she said.

Bucket List is directed by Tejas Prabha Vijay Deoskar and is slated for a summer 2018 release.

Meanwhile, Madhuri Dixit is prepping for Total Dhamaal, which went on floors last week.


NRI stuck at Delhi airport for 3 days, passport travels to Canada

A Bahrain-bound NRI has been stranded at the Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport for the past three days after his handbag containing his passport was mistakenly taken away by a passenger to Canada.

Satyendra Singh said he arrived in Delhi from Lucknow on Saturday and was in transit to Bahrain.

On Saturday afternoon, I reached Delhi and went for security check to catch the international flight. The queue was long so I put my handbag in the scanner. By the time I reached for check and crossed it I could not find my bag. I informed the security, who checked the CCTV footage and found that another passenger took the back and boarded the Air Canada flight. The flight had already departed by then,” said Singh, a US national, working in Bahrain. e Canada-bound passenger had reportedly taken Singh’s bag leaving his own behind.

The ordeal had just started for Singh as he was left with no money or clothes. He spent the night on the floor of the terminal as he could not leave the terminal due to security reasons. His immigration had been cleared in Lucknow, so he could not even go back.

I informed my family and they said they will send some money so that I could buy food. But there was no way they could have contacted me. Finally, On Sunday, Air India shifted me to the lounge and I am currently here. Besides the passport, my handbag had my medicines,” he added.

Singh had come to India to meet his parents, who live in Lucknow. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) said they could not do much as the security protocol does not allow a passenger to return unless he has a passport.

The airlines, however, acted promptly and the Air Canada flight, carrying Singh’s bag arrived at Delhi airport on Monday evening. Air India, however, said Singh will have to pay the fare difference as hand baggage is not the responsibility of the airline. He is expected to depart by Monday night.


Togadia makes startling claims

Vishwa Hindu Parishad working President Pravin Togadia, who allegedly went missing on Wednesday, has made startling claims in a press conference he addressed in Ahmedabad this morning. Stunning all, Togadia said there was a conspiracy hatched against him by police. He even claimed of receiving a tip-off about the encounter. Togadia, without naming Narendra Modi or any other BJP leader, alleged Central, Rajasthan and Gujarat government agencies are working against him. Both Gujarat and Rajasthan have BJP governments. He also appealed the police to not to work under political pressure. He termed last night events as a conspiracy to muzzle his voice.

While I was offering Pooja yesterday morning, one person entered my office and said that I will be killed in police encounter," Togadia said.

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I left office when I came to know that Rajasthan police had come to arrest me. I left office thinking my arrest would lead to chaos. I switched off my phone and went to Thaltej to an activists' office. He further alleged that conspiracy is being hatched against him to muzzle his voice. He also expressed fear from Enforcement Directorate.

He became emotional and broke down while narrating the purported ordeal he went through. Asked about how did he went missing, Togadia said he was on his way to the airport when he fell unconscious near Kotarpur. I contacted all my advocates in Gujarat and Rajasthan. They advised me to surrender before court. So I left for the airport to reach Jaipur. On the way, I fell near Kotarpur. I don't remember anything else. I was alone covering myself with a shawl to dodge police," he was quoted as saying.

Togadia further requested police to not work under political pressure as he has done nothing wrong. I am not escaping. I have no complaints with Gujarat or Rajasthan police. All I have to say to Gujarat police that why were you going to search my room. Am I a criminal. Have not done anything wrong. I request Crime Branch not to get under political pressure," he said.

I am being targeted for a decade old case, there is an attempt to suppress my voice. Rajasthan Police team came to arrest me. Someone told me plan was being made to kill me in an encounter," he said.

What happened with Togadia on Monday?

It was reported on Monday that Togadia had gone missing in Ahmedabad and was 'untraceable'. Later, Togadia was found unconscious at a park in Shahibaug and was taken to Chandramani Hospital. Meanwhile, it was reported hat Rajasthan Police were on a hunt to execute an arrest warrant under section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) of the IPC against Pravin Togadia in a case that is 12 years old.

What is the 12 year case?

Togadia is facing an arrest in a 12-year-old case. The VHP leader, he along with many other, had held a march, violating the police orders. As per the statement of VHP, Togadia is a patient of low blood sugar and was found lying in an unconscious state. Interestingly, Togadia is a Z-plus category protectee. The Rajasthan police confirmed that a contingent was sent to Gujarat, but said they were unsuccessful. On Monday evening, Director General of Police O P Galhotra said that the reports of Togadia's arrests by Rajasthan police were 'totally untrue and baseless' reports The Indian Express.


Japan's latest sensation is a cryptocurrency pop group

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are par for the course, how do you stand out? By tying yourself to something trendy -- and in 2018, that means cryptocurrency. Virtual Currency Girls), a J-pop group where each of the eight girls represents one of the larger digital monetary formats. Yes, you're supposed to cheer for bitcoin or swoon over ethereum (what, no litecoin? The group played its first concert on January 12th, and naturally you had to pay in cryptocurrency to be one of the few members of the general public to get in.

The group's first single, "The Moon and Virtual Currencies and Me," warns listeners about the perils of fraud and extols the virtues of good online security.

And yes, there's a reason for the exceptionally timely theme. Katsosuka Shojo is promoting the idea that cryptocurrency isn't a "tool of speculation," but rather a means of creating a "wonderful future. with legal recognition and one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges. There really is an audience for this, then.

The real question: how long will this last? It could find a following.

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