Delhi Patiala House court on Friday granted permission to Jacqueline Fernandez, one of the accused in the Rs 200 crore money laundering case involving jailed conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar, to travel to Dubai from January 27 to 30 to attend a PepsiCo India conference.
The plea stated Jacqueline has been invited to attend the PepsiCo India Conference in Dubai as a star performer for a concert scheduled for Sunday, January 29.
During the hearing, the actor’s lawyer argued that it is necessary for her to travel to Dubai as she was under a contractual obligation and can be sued if she failed to attend the event. He further stated that the Kick actor has recently been nominated for the Oscars which is a matter of pride for the country.
Jacqueline has been barred from leaving the country after she was named in the charge sheet as one of the accused by the ED in connection with the money laundering case.
The hearing came after the Sri Lankan actor filed a fresh plea seeking permission to travel abroad for work commitments. Earlier, the hearing was supposed to take place on Wednesday, however, Additional Sessions Judge Shailendra Malick posted the matter for today after the ED sought time to file a detailed reply to her plea.
Jacqueline had earlier withdrawn her plea for permission to go to Bahrain to meet her ill mother after the court rejected it.
The actor is being questioned by the ED in a Rs 200 crore extortion case involving conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. There are reports stating that Jacqueline was allegedly in a relationship with Sukesh. Reportedly, Sukesh gave Jacqueline a host of luxurious and expensive gifts, including Gucci gym wear, Gucci shoes, a Rolex watch, 15 pairs of earrings, 5 Birkin bags, Hermes bangles and LV bags, and a fancy Mini Cooper.
The Vaccine War social media review: Nana Patekar delivers excellent performance in this must watch film
Vaccine War is a bold attempt bravely executed by Vivek Agnihotri. The film shows the pandemic woes and catastrophe and the virtual war to develop the vaccine and the challenges faced by the team of talented scientists and the ultimate achievement.
The spread of the coronavirus and the pandemic has affected the life of every person on the planet. Many films show the plight of various sections of the society during the lockdown that was imposed. The Vaccine war shows the plight of scientists and the hardships they faced to bring out India’s own vaccine in a record time of seven months. The film has got mixed reviews on social media.
Samim Alam said the film is a documentary type slow burn politically influenced boring movie. He said the vaccine war looks C grade type movie which has poor colour grading, background music, editing and screenplay.
Shayanmp said the vaccine war is realistic, patriotic and thrilling.
Hemant Sanganee said the Vaccine War is a bold attempt bravely executed by Vivek Agnihotri. He gave the film 4 star rating. The film shows the pandemic woes and catastrophe and the virtual war to develop the vaccine and the challenges faced by the team of talented scientists and the ultimate achievement. Hemant said Vivek Agbihotri has delicately and nicely handled the subject of the film.
He said the film shows the sincere effort and some insightful and delightful performances from the leading actors like Anupam Kher and Nana Patekar as Dr Balram Nagpal DG of ICMR. Pallavi Joshi as Dr Priya Abraham director of NIV leads from the front and holds the fort with sensitivity and emotions. Raima Sen as Rohini Singh Dhulia shines and tries to put her best foot forward. Hemant said the film is a must watch cinema.
He said Vaccine War is not only an important film from the point of view of factual data and dossier. It brings forth with some astue research but also highlights the contribution of the Indian female scientists who put their whole force in achieving a target at the cost of their family life and responsibilities to serve the country and mankind at large
Ranbir Kapoor uses secret Instagram account, Alia Bhatt reveals on his birthday
Sharing the photos on Instagram, Alia captioned the post in which she called her husband her love, her bestfriend and her happiest place.
Actor Alia Bhatt gave her husband, actor Ranbir Kapoor, an adorable note and a collection of never-before-seen images on his 41st birthday. Alia uploaded several images from their vacations and wedding on Instagram on Thursday.
The first photo which Alia shared showcased her getting a kiss while closing eyes from husband Ranbir Kapoor on the cheek in the blurry picture. While taking the selfie, he stuck out his tongue. The couple appeared to have travelled to New York, where the photo was apparently taken at night.
The following image shows Alia and Ranbir cuddling up while they watched a baseball game. They matched in their caps. Ranbir sported a blue shirt, while Alia was dressed in a white T-shirt. They were facing away from the camera.
In the following photo, Alia, who was wearing casual clothing, posed for a selfie in front of the number 8. She further shared a close-up, black-and-white image of Ranbir from their wedding day. The following unposed black and white photo shows Ranbir showing Alia his palm while she smiles and looks at it. The final image was another close-up of Ranbir’s face that was taken while they were on vacation a few years back.
Sharing the photos on Instagram, Alia captioned the post in which she called her husband her love, her bestfriend and her happiest place. She further revealed in her caption that as he is reading this caption from his secret account sitting right next to her, all she wanted to say Happy birthday to him.
The actor added, he make it all magical and added infinity symbol, sparkles and heart suit emojis in her caption. As soon as the Alia shared the images revealing about Ranbir’s secret Instgram accout, fans went crazy. Taking to comment section one user urged Alia to reveal the user name of his secret account, another wished Ranbir on her post and said to make it official so that they can connect more. Others also wished Ranbir and dropped heart emojis in the comment section.
Meanwhile, Ranbir Kapoor will be next seen in Animal which is scheduled to release in December this year. The makers of the film has dropped the first teaser of the film today and Ranbir’s fans are eagerly waiting to see him on the big screen.
Fukrey3 social media review: Users say film has impeccable comic timing
Fukrey3 is the third installment of this franchise. Social media reactions show Fukrey3 has impeccable comic timing
The first Fukrey was released ten years ago in 2013. It was a different era when pressure to create reels and social media weren’t a thing. Fukrey is the story of four boys tryng to make it big by any means. The film was an entertainer and became a sleeper hit at the box office.
Fukrey3 is the third installment of this franchise. Social media reactions show Fukrey3 has impeccable comic timing. Pooja Nawathe says Fukrey 3 is a laughter ride which nobody should miss.. She added the one liners of Panditji makes the audience laugh and the Choocha will win your heart. She said Fukrey3 is a pure entertainer.
Vishal said Fukrey3 is quite funny but a little stretched. He added Choocha is still relevant in this franchise.
Movie mania had a different opinion. It said Fukrey3 is not a good movie and does not carry forward the legacy of Fukrey 1 and Fukrey 2. Bollywood box office said Fukrey is a top class entertainer and is a joyful ride.
Bollywood spy said Fukrey is a perfect remedy of laughs and gave the film 4 star rating. They said Varun Sharma steals the show and shines out in every scene.Pulkit Samrat has great screen presence and looks super cool.
Neeti Roy says Fukrey3 is fun. It does justice to the franchise. She said the film has quirky one liners and good screenplay. She added the film is entertaining to the core.
Vishal Khatter said Fukrey 3 is a brilliant movie. He added one liner, acting, dialogues, comedy is top notch. He said Choocha is the main lead hero and carries the film on his shoulders.
Himesh said Fukrey 3 is an absolute entertainer. He added the film has some smart writing, quirky one liners and engaging narrative. He said some sub plots could have been avoided, but the film as a whole emerges a winner.