Top 5: Amitabh remembers Raju Srivastava, FWICE opposes ‘Chhelo Show’, read entertainment news

From Bollywood to Hollywood, many news remained in the headlines on Friday. If you have missed any big news from the entertainment world, then you can read it in detail here in Entertainment Top 5.

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Everyday something or the other happens in the entertainment world, which remains in the headlines. The day of Friday also passed something similar for the entertainment world. On the death of famous comedian Raju Srivastava, Amitabh Bachchan remembered him, while FWICE has protested the entry of ‘Chhelo Show’ in the Oscars. From Bollywood to Hollywood, many such news remained in the headlines on Friday. If you have missed any big news from the entertainment world, then you can do it here. Entertainment Top 5 You can read in detail.

Amitabh Bachchan remembered Raju Srivastava, said- he went like this

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There is a wave of mourning in the entertainment world due to the death of famous comedian Raju Srivastava, Raju was admitted to the hospital after a cardiac arrest. Raju was admitted in Delhi AIIMS for a long time. He finally breathed his last on 21 September. Many big personalities mourned his death. Amitabh Bachchan, the emperor of Bollywood, is also one of them. Amitabh Bachchan told that when Raju was admitted in AIIMS, Amitabh had sent his voice note to him, and after hearing that voice note, Raju opened his eyes. His health was also improving. Amitabh Bachchan said that Raju was a very good person at heart. There were my colleagues and friends, their untimely departure hurts a lot. May his soul rest in peace and give courage to his family to overcome this grief.

Opposed to the Oscar entry of Chhelo show, FWICE said it cannot be called Indian

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The famous film maker Nalin Kumar Pandya aka Pan Nalin’s film Chhelo Show, released some time ago, was well-liked by the Gujarati audience. The film initially made a lot of headlines due to its story. But this film has once again come into the limelight. But this time the film is in discussion due to being selected in the Oscars. However, the Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) has objected to the film being selected for the Oscars.

MNS leader Ganesh Chukkal booked for cheating, fake sign made by Akshay Kumar’s sister

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A case of forgery has been registered against MNS department head Ganesh Chukkal at Powai police station. In fact, he has been accused of forging the signature of actor Akshay Kumar’s sister Alka Hiranandani. A complaint has been filed on behalf of Alka’s company that Ganesh Chukkal was given flat on rent for 3 years. But Chukkal showed the flat on rent for 30 years by making fake papers.

Why did James Cameron come up with the story of Avatar 2 after 13 years? The film was thrown in the garbage

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Hollywood director James Cameron’s much awaited film Avatar 2 is going to be released on 16 December this year. The first part of this film was released on this day i.e. 23 September and now James Cameron’s film Avatar 2 is going to be released in theaters after 13 years. The full name of this movie is Avatar: The Way of Water. James Cameron has informed in a recent interview that after writing the story of the second part of this film, he threw it in the garbage.

24-year-old Hollywood actor Ryan Grantham did his mother’s blood, now sentenced to life imprisonment

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Hollywood actor playing the lead character in Netflix’s famous web series Diary of a Wimpy Kid Ryan Grantham He was sentenced to 14 years in prison by the Supreme Court of British Columbia. Ryan was accused of killing his mother. While delivering its judgment on the C murder case, the court has also written that Ryan will not be given any parole during this 14-year life sentence. On Wednesday, September 21, in the Supreme Court of Vancouver, Justice of British Columbia sentenced Ryan to life imprisonment.