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Is there anything that Deepika Padukone cannot pull off? The actress has simply got the best wardrobe and we so wish to steal some of her clothing at times. Jokes apart, Deepika recently grabbed
There was nothing ordinary about the week that went by in B-town. With a fan’s shocking murder, to Lata Mangeshkar’s hospitalisation, the week started off on a rough note but ended on a rather
It’s been 25 years since Eddie Murphy last played detective Axel Foley, yet he’ll be lacing up his running shoes once more for the role thanks to Netflix. Murphy has been turning heads lately
Bigg Boss 13 contestant Dalljiet Kaur celebrated her birthday today. The actress had a pampering session at a spa followed by cake-cutting at a couple of places. She told BollywoodLife, “I feel God has
Disney plans to bring its on-demand video streaming service to India and some Southeast Asian markets as soon as the second half of next year, two sources familiar with the company’s plan told TechCrunch.
Instagram is making Like counts private for some users everywhere. Instagram tells TechCrunch the hidden Likes test is expanding to a subset of people globally. Users will have to decide for themselves if something
Facebook is copying Instagram while simultaneously invading its acquisition with branding and links back to the mothership. TechCrunch has spotted Facebook testing a feature called Popular Photos, which affixes an endless scroll of algorithmically
Indian cinema has a rich and proud tradition of masala films — it’s a genre completely of our making, just like Hollywood has the superhero genre (their masala, frankly speaking), and we love it