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Former actor Sana Khan expecting her first child with husband Mufti Anas Saiyad

She is a former actress and was a popular social media star until she decided to quit showbiz more than two years ago, and got married.



Sana Khan with her husband Mufti Anas Saiyad

Former actor and Bigg Boss contestant Sana Khan is expecting her first child with husband Mufti Anas Saiyad.

The public figure shared the news of her pregnancy in a TV interview and revealed that she is due to deliver the baby by the end of June. When asked about how she was feeling as she is about to embrace motherhood soon, Khan said she is looking forward to it as it’s a different journey altogether.

She continued that as a woman, she has been having her ups and downs emotionally but she thinks it is a beautiful journey. She is eagerly waiting to have her baby in her arms, that’s it. Sana also clarified that she is not expecting twins, and is taking it slowly and steadily.

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In February, Sana Khan shared a post on Instagram hinting a special announcement was coming soon. The caption read, “ Alhamdullilah soooo Happy. This umrah is very very special for some reason which In Sha Allah I will share soon with all. May Allah make it easy.” Have a look:

Sana Khan and Mufti Anas Saiyad got married in a private ceremony in November 2020 and she announced her retirement from the entertainment industry. This decision left her fans in shock but she was very happy and firm about taking this religious path. She was earlier in a relationship with the choreographer Melvin Louis.

Khan began her career as a model and went on to act in many films. She has acted in films in five different regional languages, including Hindi and Tamil. She made her Bollywood debut with ‘Yehi Hai High Society’ in 2005. She has also starred in movies like ‘Halla Bol’, ‘Jai Ho’, ‘Wajah Tum Ho’ and ‘Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’.

She was one of the most popular contestants in Bigg Boss 6 and gained a big fan following.

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Bollywood actor Junior Mehmood passed away at 67 after battling stomach cancer

Junior Mehmood, whose birth name was Naeem Sayyed, reportedly passed away at home at 2:15 a.m.



Vetran actor Junior Mehmood has passed away today at the age of 67. The seasoned actor was suffering from stage four stomach cancer. His friend Salam Kazi has confirmed the news of his passing, according to a report.

Junior Mehmood, whose birth name was Naeem Sayyed, reportedly passed away at home at 2:15 a.m. The son of Junior Mehmood, Husnain, said, they only found out about his fourth-stage stomach cancer 18 days ago.

He was brought to Tata Memorial Hospital by his family. At this point, the dean there informed Junior Mehmood’s family that chemotherapy and treatment would be extremely unpleasant. It was recommended by the hospital that we care for him at home.

According to reports, at around 12 pm, Junior Mehmood’s funeral service will be held in Santacruz West’s Juhu Muslim Cemetery, which is also where his mother is cremated.

Before he passed away, a number of movie stars, including Jeetendra and Johnny Lever, paid the ailing actor visits. Jeetendra went to Junior Mehmood’s house on Tuesday because the veteran actor had expressed a desire to meet him.

Jeetendra broke down in tears when he saw his friend and co-star in agony. The actor told about his visit and said he was there by his bedside, but Junior Mehmood did not recognised him. He can’t even open his eyes from the anguish he’s in. Jeetendra said, it pained him to see his friend in this way. He has been visiting Mount Mary Church for 25 years. he had intended to stop by Junior on my way to church the next Sunday when he heard about his health issues. However, Johnny contacted him on Monday night and urged him to visit him as soon as possible, he said.

Sachin Pilgaonkar visited Junior Mehmood as well. Later, he begged his Instagram followers to pray for the well-being of his childhood friend in a post.

As a young actor, Junior Mehmood made his film debut in 1966’s Mohabbat Zindagi Hai. Later, he starred in films like Brahmachari, Kati Patang, Haathi Mere Saathi, Caravan, and Naunihal.

Mehmood gave him the screen name Junior Mehmood when they co-starred in the 1968 film Suhaag Raat. The actor had a short career on television with episodes like Pyaar Ka Dard Hai Meetha Meetha Pyaara Pyaara and Ek Rishta Saajhedari Ka.

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Sara Ali Khan recalls old memories of shooting Kedarnath with Sushant Singh Rajput as film turns 5

The actor posted a clip of BTS shots from the making of her debut film on Instagram today afternoon when she was in Kedarnath.



2018 saw the release of Kedarnath, which introduced actor Sara Ali Khan to the glamorous world of Bollywood. Surprisingly, on December 7, the film, in which Sushant Singh Rajput also starred, celebrates its fifth anniversary of release.

Sara seemed to have been thrilled about the occasion because she wrote a long statement and included a reel of BTS (Behind the scenes) photos from the film’s shooting. In her lengthy post, the actor talked about how she got started in the business five years ago and reminisced about working on the project with fellow actor Sushant Singh Rajput.

Khan posted a clip of BTS shots from the making of her debut film on Instagram today afternoon when she was in Kedarnath. She also wrote a long statement in which she described working with her co-actor Sushant Singh Rajput and how he patiently supported her when she was first starting out in the business.

Sharaing the video Sara said, her inquisitive and enthusiastic queries to Sushant regarding how she can improve, his selfless and unwavering assistance & backing, delving deeper into Kedarnath’s past by remembering how the movie first presented her five years prior. She also expressed her gratitude to director Abhishek Kapoor for presenting her with the idea.

Five years ago, Sara Ali Khan made her cinematic debut. And she would gladly live every second of this movie over again on any given day. The actor also said she is grateful because Gattu Kapoor and Kanika Dhillon gave her Mukku. Salutations to Bholenath. She is grateful to Kedarnath for making her what she is today. 7.12.2018 April mein aati hoon, she added.

Fans rushed to her post’s comment area, expressing a plethora of comments, while she wrote a lengthy statement recalling the days of the film’s production. Some praised the Sara-Sushant duo, while others referred to her first project as extra special.

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Mohammed Shami nominated for ICC player of month for November

With 24 wickets from just seven innings, he emerged as the 2023 Cricket World Cup’s top wicket-taker overall.



Along with Australia’s batting prodigy Travis Head and all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, India’s Mohammed Shami, who finished the recently concluded ICC World Cup as the tournament’s top wicket-taker, has been nominated for the ICC Men’s Player of the Month Award for November 2023.

The International Cricket Council (ICC) released a statement saying, two ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 champions and an Indian fast-bowling veteran have made the shortlist for the ICC Men’s Player of the Month Award for November 2023.

November saw Shami continuing on his incredible World Cup performance. At an economy rate of 5.68 and an average of 12.06, he claimed 15 wickets. With 24 wickets from just seven innings, he emerged as the 2023 Cricket World Cup’s top wicket-taker overall. One of his best performances this month was a breathtaking 5/18 at Wankhede versus Sri Lanka. When Shami came at the conclusion of the first Powerplay, Sri Lanka was already struggling in a 358-run chase. He batted through their middle and lower order in his five overs.

At Eden Gardens, a concentrated 2/18 led to South Africa’s destruction. But against New Zealand in the semi-final, the quick bowler was outstanding.

After an extended injury absence from work, Australia’s batting sensation Head made his comeback to the team at the end of October with a magnificent century against New Zealand. He carried on his strong form into November.

He amassed 220 runs at an incredible average of 44 in five One-Day Internationals in November, including a half-century and a century. His performances in the semi-final and final of the Cricket World Cup were noteworthy; he was voted Player of the Match and was instrumental in Australia’s sixth title.

In contrast, in his three ODI matches last month, Australia’s top all-around player Maxwell amassed 204 runs at an average of 204 and a strike rate of 152.23. He also claimed two wickets. During the series against India, he scored a remarkable 116 runs with an astounding strike rate of 207.14 in two Twenty20 Internationals.

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