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July 13, 2013
Bollywood is incapable of being quirky in the real sense of the word. It now simply uses the adjective as a marketing tag.
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"Keeping with tradition, Heidi Klum and Seal celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary on Saturday by renewing their vows in front of their children and a few close family members at sunset on a beach in Costa Careyes, Mexico. After the ceremony, about 80 guests joined the happy couple at their home for an outdoor reception under a palapa - an open-air, thatched-roof hut - decorated with dozens of chandeliers, thousands of candles and all white flowers. Contrary to last year's retro-themed celebration, this year's theme was a bit more traditional: guests dressed in white and black as brides and grooms. " At Metro Park in Jacksonville, singer Bobby Brown proposed to his girlfriend of nearly three years, Alicia Etheridge. He got down on one knee and presented her with a ring. The crowd roared its approval as a beaming Etheridge kissed Brown. "
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"Just when it seemed like the end of the road for Shiney Ahuja, he's been signed for a film. This is the first project the actor has landed after being arrested for allegedly raping his maid. The film, titled Shunya, is a horror flick being directed by Puja Bedi, the niece of Bobby Bedi, who produced Bandit Queen. Sayali Bhagat plays the female lead. A source informs, "Shooting started in Lavasa, near Pune. The court has barred Shiney only from entering Mumbai. "
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