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Turkish President gifts Holy Quran to Bollywood superstar

Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan is currently on a promotional tour for his upcoming movie ‘Secret Superstar’. Recently, he visited Turkey and was quite surprised to find out that he has a huge fan following in the country. A video has gone viral where a Turkish vendor played some neat and super cool tricks on Khan as he prepared the ice-cream. Where Aamir got indulged in Turkish delights and looked mesmerized by the beauty of Turkey, the actor didn’t miss a chance of meeting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. At the occasion, Turkish government presented Aamir with the gift of the sacred Holy Quran.

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Cartoon Network at 25: sketching out a cutting-edge future

OCT 01 (DNA) – Sunday marks a quarter century since the Cartoon Network burst upon the pastel-colored landscape of American television animation, redefining the way kids’ entertainment was beamed into homes. Launched when ratings for morning cartoons were dropping and “The Simpsons” was starting to dominate primetime, many thought Turner Broadcasting Systems’s $320 million purchase of the Hanna-Barbera library was lunacy.

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‘Please don’t grow up’, Akshay Kumar’s birthday wish for daughter

NEW DELHI, SEPT 26 (DNA) – Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has tweeted a surprising and heart-warming wish on his daughter Nitara’s birthday asking her “please don’t grow up”. Nitara turned five on Monday and the cute kid is already a fitness enthusiast, much like the parents. Akshay’s wife and actor-turned-writer Twinkle Khanna has earlier shared pictures on Instagram where she is seen teaching yoga to the daughter. Akshay, too has shared videos of Nitara learning self-defence techniques.

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Syed Noor for religious harmony in Muharram

LAHORE, SEPT 24 (DNA) -Pakistan Film Producers Association Chairman Syed Noor on Saturday said it is a responsibilty of people, including artists, to maintain religious harmony and brotherhood during Muharram. he called upon artists to cooperate with the government and law enforcement agencies to maintain peace during the holy month. He said a lot of artists and directors are holding Majalis, adding that the film industry has stopped its working during Muharram.

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Famed actor Iftikhar Qaiser passes away

PESHAWAR, SEPT 17 (DNA) – Senior actor Iftikhar Qaiser breathed his last Sunday morning after protracted illness in a hospital in the provincial capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Qaiser was admitted to Peshawar’s Lady Reading Hospital on Sept 09 after his health condition deteriorated. He was suffering from diabetes and stomach disorder for the last several years, according to the hospital administration. The famed actor started his acting career in his early age with a play on state-run Pakistan Television. His versatility and art of performance earned him a special place in the drama industry and widespread popularity with a huge number of fans across the country.

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Aamir Khan caught in his bad boy look for ‘Thugs of Hindostan’

NEW DELHI, SEPT 16 (DNA) – Dangal star Aamir Khan, known for his perfection in acting and adoption for the whole character, has now got into the shoes of a real thug. His rough attire, untidy hair and angry expressions are a proof that he has already adopted the role in Thugs of Hindostan. A recent picture of the Dhoom 3 actor circulated on social media in which he can be seen walking on the sets with a rugged appearance. He is surely playing the role of a thug from whom one cannot expect the best behaviour.

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RIP Basi: World’s oldest panda dies at the age of 37

the world’s oldest captive giant panda dies at the age of 37 in China, the oldest panda’s death was announced by her keepers in China’s south-eastern Fuzhou province. Basi who has outlived most of her peers, reached the equivalent of more than one hundred in human years. She was named after a valley she was rescued from. She lived at the panda facility since she was a little cub. Pandas are considered symbolic in China, and are highly protected. But following decades of conservation work they are no more in the list of endangered animals. Her handlers in China stated that they gave “Basi” an emotional send-off.