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Sara Khan hospitalized in Dubai for food poisoning

Mumbai– Television actress Sara Khan ended up being in a hospital after suffering from food poisoning on her birthday. She says she is absolutely well now.

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Sara, who turned 29 on August 6, shared a photograph of herself from the ambulance.

“This is how I ended up on my birthday. Yes, this picture is straight from the emergency ambulance in Dubai. Too much of eating s**ks. I experienced ambulance for the first time and that too on my birthday. Food poisoning sucks. I am absolutely well now,” Sara captioned.

The actress made her television debut with “Sapna Babul Ka…Bidaai” as Sadhna. She was also seen as a contestant on the reality show “Bigg Boss 4” in 2010.

Priyanka’s ‘Cowboy Ninja Viking’ delayed indefinitely

Los Angeles– Priyanka Chopra and Chris Pratts “Cowboy Ninja Viking” has been indefinitely delayed.

Priyanka Chopra

Universal Pictures has taken “Cowboy Ninja Viking” off its schedule and undated the movie, which was previously set to release on June 28, 2019, reports

According to several sources, the film is still in active development with Pratt, Priyanka and director Michelle MacLaren remaining on board.

The studio said it will be re-dated at a later time to accommodate production scheduling.

Sources say the studio delayed the film rather than rushing it out to make the June 28 deadline.

“Cowboy Ninja Viking” is based on the Image Comics graphic novel by A.J. Lieberman and illustrator Riley Rossmo. It was adapted by Dan Mazeau (“Wrath of the Titans”) and Ryan Engle (“The Commuter”).

Craig Mazin wrote an earlier draft of the screenplay with an original version by Paul Wernick and Everett David Reese.

The novel revolves around an assassin who manifests the toughest skills of three different personas: a cowboy, a ninja and a viking.

Sahil Khattar to host wrestling show

Mumbai– Anchor Sahil Khattar will host the upcoming season of the wrestling show “WWE Sunday Dhamaal”.

“It feels great to be hosting the show ‘WWE Sunday Dhamaal’. I love the show because it’s sporty yet extremely entertaining. It will be an honour to meet the wrestling legends,” Sahil said in a statement.

The show will premiere on Sony Ten 1 on August 12.

This is not the first time that Sahil will host a sports show, he has previously entertained the audience by hosting shows on cricket and football titled “Fair and Square” and “Football Extra” respectively.

Recalling his childhood memories of wrestling, Sahil said: “I had my first encounter with WWE in my childhood when I would sit with my family and watch WWF. I’ve been following WWE since it was WWF and have plenty of childhood memories associated with the show.

“I had actually failed in 11th class because I used to bunk my college to play ‘WWE SmackDown! Here Comes the Pain’, a WWE video game. Now, with this show (‘WWE Sunday Dhamaal’), it’s like a dream come true.”

John Abraham to endorse nutrition, wellness supplements brand

Mumbai– Actor-producer John Abraham has been roped in by health and wellness supplements retailer brand Guardian Healthcare in India to promote GNC, a nutrition and wellness supplements brand.

John Abraham (Photo: Facebook)

“I have been a loyal and long-time customer of GNC products. The brand believes in a holistic approach towards health and well-being. GNC’s vision resonates with my own lifestyle and way of living,” John said in a statement.

GNC India aims to expand its availability across all large supplement and pharmacy stores by 2020 in all metros and tier 1 towns.

“We are delighted to sign on John Abraham as our brand ambassador as he embodies the brand philosophy to ‘Live Well’. In John, we have found a partner who reflects the right commitment and attitude in order to advocate and promote good health.

“He also allows our business to connect with millennial audiences, which is critical to our continued growth and success,” said Shadab Khan, Chief Executive Officer of GNC India.

Save elephants from being mowed down by trains: Richa Chadha

Mumbai– Ahead of World Elephant Day August 12, actress Richa Chadha has urged People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to ask India’s railway ministry to implement safety measures to prevent elephant deaths on train tracks.

Richa Chadha (Photo: Wikipedia)

In a letter to Railway Minister Piyush Goyal Richa said: “Recently, a speeding train struck and killed a family of elephants in Odisha, adding to a toll that makes India the nation with the highest number of train accidents involving elephants.”

The 31-year-old actress has requested “that among the solutions implemented, states be required to survey and monitor railway lines for elephant activity and to reduce and restrict train speeds in corridors frequented by these animals in order to save lives.”

Richa notes in her letter, Asian elephants are considered to be endangered, and there are at most only 50,000 of them left worldwide. Yet between 2016 and 2017, dozens of them were killed in India because of trains, and over the years, the number of these types of deaths has been increasing.

In a span of 23 years – from 1987 to 2010 – 150 elephants died while crossing railway tracks, but in only eight years, from 2009 to 2017, 120 were killed in the same way, a statement from PETA read.

Aashka Goradia gears up for TED Talks

Mumbai– Actress Aashka Goradia, popular for shows like “Kkusum” and “Laagi Tujhse Lagan”, will be a keynote speaker at TED Talks later this month here.

Aashka Goradia (Photo: Twitter)

TED Talks is a conference bringing trusted voices and icons on a common platform to engage the audience in sharing their success stories.

With a career spanning over 16 years and 22 shows to her credit, Aashka has carved a niche for herself on television.

She has also launched 3D eyelashes under the brand ‘Renee By Aashka’.

“To be on the TED stage was a goal I had for myself, to be able to overcome the fear of speaking out loud. Not by holding ‘uncalled for opinions’. I value this stage and people who have been on this stage before, greatest learners have been on this stage,” Aashka said in a statement.

“This is not only an opportunity to speak what I have learnt, but also a challenge to accept, simply accept,” she added. (IANS)



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